A new analysis of overdose data shows when and where the three waves of drugs took hold
The exhibit puts a face on the worst drug crisis in recorded United States history, personalizing an issue that has been declared a public health emergency.
The grim finding comes from the National Safety Council which analyzed preventable injury and fatality statistics from 2017.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that drug overdose deaths among females aged 30 to 64 have skyrocketed in recent years.
What do you know about opioids and the national opioid epidemic?Do you know anyone who has been affected by the opioid epidemic?Scroll through the article and look at the accompanying illustrations.
After Nassau DA Madeline Singas reached out to team for assistance, Isles brought students to game as part of Singas' initiative.
Fentanyl is now the drug most frequently involved in overdose deaths in the U.S., according to a National Vital Statistics System report published Wednesday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Stacey Sager reports on one family's struggle in Nassau County, Long Island
A class of synthetic drugs has replaced heroin in many major American drug markets, ushering in a more deadly phase of the opioid epidemic.
“We collaborated with law enforcement agencies in those jurisdictions to make sure we crushed these supply chains.”
DA Singas spoke with Pix 11 to share what the NCDA is doing to combat drug use on Long Island.