Ravens And Leidos To Host Prescription Drug Take BackThis month is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. 
Local, Federal Officials Announce Details Of Significant Crime Crackdown In BaltimoreMaryland's U.S. Attorney Robert Hur Thursday announced a significant crime crackdown in Baltimore in recent weeks.
What's Behind The Record-Breaking Cocaine Busts At Baltimore And Philadelphia Ports?A U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency report says traffickers are turning to East Coast seaports because of increasing enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Law Enforcement Agencies, Health Officials Desperately Searching For Solutions To End Opioid EpidemicOn any given day, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) makes arrests somewhere in the U.S. The goal is to go after the source of illegal and highly profitable illegal drugs. 
Baltimore's Drug Game: As DEA Battles To End Trade, Turf Wars Fuel City ViolenceBaltimore's drug trade is not only fueling the city's opioid epidemic, it's the reason for the surge in city violence.
Project Safe Neighborhoods Aims To ID Violent Repeat OffendersProject Safe Neighborhoods is nationwide and is the centerpiece of the Department of Justice's violent crime reduction efforts. It was just awarded a $30 million dollar federal grant.
FBI, DEA Raid Local Pain Management CompanyThe FBI and DEA led a raid of a Baltimore County pain management company Tuesday morning.
Baltimore's Opioid Epidemic: Police Fighting An Uphill BattleA team of five detectives will try to to tackle Baltimore's opioid epidemic by tracing drug deaths back to the dealer.
DEA Puts Up Billboards In Hopes Of Catching Pharmacy LootersDozens of looters and thousands of dollars worth of drugs stolen. The DEA launches billboards to find those who wreaked havoc on Baltimore pharmacies during the Freddie Gray riots.
DEA Using Billboards To Help Identify Pharmacy Looting SuspectsThe Drug Enforcement Administration is hoping a billboard campaign will help them identify looting suspects during April's riots.
DEA Releases Photos Of Pharmacy LootersThe Drug Enforcement Administration released a third round of photographs today in an effort to round up the looters who stole prescription drugs from city pharmacies.