Fighting to Lower Drug Overdose DeathsTwo bills before city board of aldermen address wave of drug overdoses.
Local DEA Pushes Bill for Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramSpecial Agent in charge James Shroba says the bill would save lives in St. Louis.
Knock, Knock -- Door-to-Door Prescription Collection Effort UnderwayThieves looking for a high regularly raid the medicine cabinets of family or friends.
Mo. Legislator Hopes Drug Registry Will Finally PassSays new House and Senate leadership give her hope.
Prescription Drug Database Up Again in Missouri HouseAs opioid overdoses increasingly draw attention in Congress and statehouses across the U.S., Missouri lawmakers are again considering a proposal for a prescription monitoring program that would bring the state in line with all others.
11 Tons of Prescription Drugs Removed in Take-Back EffortA drug take-back effort in the St. Louis and southern Illinois areas has removed more than 11 tons of unused prescription drugs.
Rural Missouri Mail Carrier Charged with Stealing DrugsA southwest Missouri rural mail carrier is charged with stealing prescription drugs from three homes along her route in Lawrence County near Miller.
A Look at Key Bills from Missouri's 2015 Legislative SessionHere's a look at where some of the major issues stand before Friday's deadline to pass bills.
Some Illinois Children Will Qualify for Medical MarijuanaIllinois children with epilepsy and other seizure disorders will be able to use medical marijuana products under a new law in the New Year.
Turkish Citizen Pleads Guilty in Drug Fraud CaseOzkan Semizoglu pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal charges for smuggling counterfeit and adulterated cancer treatment drugs into the United States.
Missouri's Lack of Prescription Drug Database Opens Doors for AbuseMissouri is the only state in the nation that has not agreed to set up a prescription drug database, which would be used to identify and track those who acquire excess painkiller or tranquilizer prescriptions.
Study: Missouri Prescribes More Painkillers Than IllinoisA new federal study finds it is a lot easier to get painkillers from your doctor in Missouri than in Illinois.