Puppy That Collapsed On Walk Is Saved With Overdose AntidoteA puppy that collapsed after ingesting some sort of opioid has survived after being given an overdose reversal drug.
Pennsylvania Girl, 1, Died From Elephant Tranquilizer AccidentA 1-year-old Pittsburgh-area girl's sudden death in August resulted from accidental exposure to carfentanil, an elephant tranquilizer sometimes mixed with heroin.
Judge Cancels Universal Deal With Prince EstateA judge ruled Thursday that Universal Music Group should be released from a music rights deal with Prince's estate.
Minnesota Judge Holds Hearing On Fate Of Prince's EstateThe Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate holds a hearing Thursday on whether to declare his siblings as his heirs, and who should manage the rock superstar's estate going forward.
Parents Use Daughter's Obituary To Help Others Struggling With AddictionAn Ohio resident used the darkest hours of her life as a vessel to help others who may be going down the same path.
Drugmakers Set To Gain As Taxpayers Foot New Opioid CostsPharmaceutical industry critics say the new types of drugs the companies are pushing to address the nation's ongoing opioid crisis boost profits while forcing taxpayers to shoulder the costs.
Police: Indiana Mom Found Overdosed With Baby In Back SeatPolice in Indiana say a 25-year-old woman has been found passed out from an overdose with her baby in the back seat of the car.
Jim Carrey Calls Lawsuit Over Ex's Death 'Heartless'Jim Carrey says a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the estranged husband of his ex-girlfriend is a heartless attempt to exploit him and vowed to fight the case.
More Than 50 Sick In Austin After Alleged Synthetic Drug UseInvestigators say emergency responders in downtown Austin have treated more than 50 people who got sick after allegedly using synthetic marijuana.
Overdoses Overwhelm Medical Examiners & CoronersSoaring numbers of overdose deaths are adding to woes already plaguing medical examiner and coroner offices, resulting in a shortage of spots to store bodies and long delays in autopsies and toxicology testing.
Officials Giving Serious Look At Drug Shoot-Up RoomsAn alarming 47,000 overdose deaths across the U.S. in 2014 has pushed elected leaders to consider what was once unthinkable -- government-sanctioned sites where users can shoot up under the supervision of a doctor.
Leaders Discuss K2 Drug Problem At City Hall MeetingLeaders in Dallas are trying to figure out what it will really take to stop a growing drug problem. Today city officials will hear from police and discuss plans on how to combat K2.