Officials Fearful of New Deadly Drug Possibly Coming to MissouriThe drug is meant for animals such as elephants and rhinos.
'Good Samaritan' Bill Becomes Law in St. LouisProtects most of those who report heroin overdoses from arrest.
Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.
Drug Blamed for Prince's Death Spreading on St. Louis-Area StreetsFentanyl, often mixed with heroin, is blamed for nine deaths in St. Louis County so far in 2016.
St. Louis Prescription Drug Database Signed Into LawWill work with St. Louis County program.
TIAM Saturday April 30thDrug takeback, Vintage Base Ball, "The Sound of Music" and birthdays.
Fighting to Lower Drug Overdose DeathsTwo bills before city board of aldermen address wave of drug overdoses.
Knock, Knock -- Door-to-Door Prescription Collection Effort UnderwayThieves looking for a high regularly raid the medicine cabinets of family or friends.
Charges Filed in St. Ann Heroin-Induced CrashThe man accused of hitting a family of three in St. Ann while high on heroin faces two second-degree assault charges.
Man High on Heroin Injures Family of 3 Crossing RoadA man reportedly high on heroin hit a family of three, including a small child, crossing the street in St. Ann Tuesday afternoon.
Gateway Foundation Backs Bill to Increase Medicaid-Eligible Drug Addiction Treatment"The Medicaid provisions the senator is trying to overturn have rendered us helpless."
Stenger Signs Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Into LawCounty Executive Steve Stenger signed the bill, which had been unanimously passed by the county council, into law Wednesday.