Opioid overdoses are surging during the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan.
Nineteen people from metro Detroit, including doctors and pharmacists, have been indicted in an illegal opioid distribution conspiracy totaling around $41 million.
A nonprofit will mail you narcan for free, amid the coronavirus pandemic spreading across Michigan.
Michigan is beginning to roll out the 10 million dollar infusion it was awarded in 2019 to fight the opioid crisis, months after the commitment was announced.
A nonprofit announced Monday a new plan to offer respite for people addicted to opioids. Working in conjunction with Sterling Heights police, people who overdose will be offered help the same day emergency responders see them.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel are announcing a next step to take in the fight against Michigan's opioid epidemic.
Overdose deaths have declined in Michigan for the first time in six years. The Department of Health and Human Services announced the news Friday afternoon, with a 3.2 percent drop from 2017.
Deadly drugs are being sold on the streets and killing Americans at a record rate-- some laced with fentanyl -- in a nationwide epidemic.
South Dakota's latest anti-drug campaign slogan, “Meth. We’re On It,” has not been as well received as originally hoped.
The DEA is warning more and more counterfeit pills are reaching the United States. Manufactured by drug cartels from Mexico and taking the form of any other prescription medication, the DEA wants residents to be aware of just how pervasive the dangerous opioid is.
A mother whose overdose photo went viral three years ago — after responding officers found her slumped over the in the front seat of her car, still holding a syringe, with her infant son in the back — has shared an incredible update celebrating three years of sobriety.
(AP) -- The nation's three dominant drug distributors and a big drugmaker have reached a tentative deal to settle a lawsuit related to the opioid crisis just as the first federal trial over the crisis was due to begin Monday, according to a lead lawyer for the local governments suing the drug industry.
"Sesame Street" is taking a new step to try to help kids navigate life in America — it's tackling the opioid crisis.
The opioid epidemic is becoming one of the biggest issues plaguing Americans. Heroin abuse drains almost $80 billion a year from the U.S. economy.