Maryland Has New Law To Help Fight Opioid AddictionLegislation to battle heroin and opioid overdoses in Maryland with education, prevention, treatment and law enforcement was signed into law.
National Drug Take-Back Day Encourages Safe Disposal Of Unused MedicationsUnused medication for a lot of people often sits somewhere in your home. It's the reason behind the DEA's National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day and many people stepped up, and properly tossed out.
Pet Owners With Drug Addiction Turning To Animal Abuse To Obtain PainkillersDrug addicted pet owners are turning to animal abuse to score their next fix, in a disturbing and desperate trend.
The Power of the Pencil Takes on Fight Against Drug AddictionBaltimore County middle school students are fighting drug addiction with art.
Born Prematurely With Crack In His System, Baltimore Man Now Beating The OddsWJZ reporter Mike Schuh had never picked up a hitchhiker, until he saw Montay Henson.
Report: NFL Ignored Warnings From Gov't, Improperly Prescribed Painkillers To PlayersA new report alleges the NFL ignored warnings from the federal government about improperly prescribing painkillers to players.
Heroin Overdose Deaths on Rise in Maryland It is an epidemic across Maryland communities. Startling new numbers show the number of overdose deaths in the state have spiked in 2016.
Former NBA Star Speaks To Students About Addiction BattleIn college, he started using marijuana and cocaine. When he made it to the NBA, he became a heroin addict.
Sammy Stewart Member Of The 1983 Baltimore Orioles Talks Baseball And RedemptionSammy talked to Ed & Steve about his battle with addiction throughout the years and his fight to stay clean which he fights everyday with the support of his church and family.....
Bringing More Science & Treatment Programs To The War On DrugsThe war on drugs is mostly fought by law enforcement. But the Obama Administration is about to launch some softer weapons.
Md. Health Secretary Says State Prepared To Help AddictsMaryland's health secretary says the state is in a strong position to help thousands of drug addicts who will be eligible for health insurance next year.