Police Arrest Man With 62 Capsules Of Heroin In Pants During Traffic StopAnne Arundel County Police arrested a man with 62 capsules of heroin in his pants during a traffic stop Thursday in Brooklyn Park.
Maryland-To-Northern NY Heroin Ring Busted, 10 ArrestedFederal authorities say 10 people, one of them a state prison guard, have been charged in connection with a heroin trafficking operation in northern New York.
Baltimore Students Help Build App That Warns Heroin Users Of Deadly BatchesBaltimore has long been gripped by the curse of heroin addiction.
New Hampshire Woman Jailed For Giving Woman In Labor HeroinA New Hampshire woman who injected heroin and methamphetamines into a friend about to give birth has been sentenced to a year in jail.
Coroner: 'We Have Seen' Synthetic Opiates Like Fentanyl Mixed With MarijuanaFentanyl is 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine and has been attributed to the increasing number of fatal drug overdoses across the U.S.
3 Men Face Charges After $9 Million Worth Of Heroin SeizedPolice seized 90 pounds of heroin, worth more than $9 million dollars in a massive drug bust in Maryland.
DMV Unites to Battle Opioid State of EmergencyMaryland's opioid state of emergency gets added support from D.C. and Virginia.
Md. State Police Recover Heroin, Marijuana and Cash During Traffic StopMaryland State troopers recover heroin, marijuana and cash Thursday in a traffic stop in Annapolis.
Police: Couple Injected Girl With Heroin, Coerced Sex ActsA Maryland couple is accused of injecting a 15-year-old girl with heroin and forcing her into prostitution.
Hogan Announces New Measures to Address Opioid AddictionGov. Larry Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford announced Tuesday they are rolling out new legislation that would counter Maryland's growing opioid addiction crisis.
Harford Co. Officials Warn Of Synthetic Opiates More Deadly Than HeroinHarford County is grappling with a sudden spike in heroin overdose deaths.
Md.'s Heroin And Opioid Crisis Reaches All-Time HighIn Maryland, heroin-related deaths tripled from 2011 to 2015.