A Wright County Sheriff's deputy investigating Gregory Ulrich, the man charged in the deadly Allina Health clinic shooting, believes Ulrich's dependency on pain medication was the "driving force" in the incident, according to search warrant applications filed in the case.
Soldiers and police in Mexico have seized an industrial-scale meth and fentanyl lab that was so big it startled investigators.
The founder of an Arizona pharmaceutical company was ordered to spend 5 1/2 years in prison Thursday for orchestrating a bribery and kickback scheme prosecutors said helped fuel the opioid crisis.
A mother is taking new action as she deals with the grief of losing her daughter, 21-year-old Julia Crabbe, to a drug overdose.
South Dakota's latest anti-drug campaign slogan, “Meth. We’re On It,” has not been as well received as originally hoped.
A Deltona mother is being charged with child neglect after deputies say she overdosed on heroin while driving on Interstate 4 with three children in her minivan.
"Sesame Street" is taking a new step to try to help kids navigate life in America — it's tackling the opioid crisis.
Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy in the first step in a complex, multibillion-dollar plan by the maker of OxyContin to settle thousands of lawsuits brought against it by state and local governments over the nation's deadly opioid disaster.
Purdue Pharma, the maker of the painkiller OxyContin, is expected to file for bankruptcy after attempts to reach a settlement over its role in the opioid crisis came to a standstill, state attorneys general involved in the talks said Saturday.
Dr. Ramin Oskoui speaks on criminally prosecuting drug companies as opioid drug addiction and deaths are on the rise.
FOX 5's Melissa Howell reports.
FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald reports.
Dr. Roger Klein, a physician and an attorney, joined "5@630" to voice his support President Donald Trump declaring opioid abuse a national public health emergency and announcing new steps to combat the problem.
One advocate for treating opioid addiction believes the answer lies in legalized medicinal marijuana. Joe Schrank has detailed efforts to use cannabis as a conduit to wean addicts from using of harmful opioids as part of High Sobriety, a California-based treatment program. He joined us The Final 5 to discuss more.
FOX 5's Lauren DeMarco reports.