The kits are a tool designed to save lives with a naloxone nasal spray, which can be administered to a person overdosing on opioids.
Metro police worked alongside DEA agents to arrest four people and seize five pounds of heroin in Nashville.
Jorge Andres Lopez Montiel reportedly pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute heroin and conspiracy with intent to distribute…
Metro police reported Christopher Miller was arrested Friday and officers seized more than five pounds of the drug.
Four men were arrested after a six-month investigation, and charges against at least one other person are anticipated.
Agents reportedly developed information heroin was being sold out of a home on Central Pike in Mt. Juliet.
The packet was reportedly mailed to the Nashville area and caught after authorities received a tip the drug was concealed in a “seemingly le…
Metro police said Lawrence Thompson, 51, and his girlfriend, Dean Moser, 53, were taken into custody by narcotics detectives.
This year, National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day takes place on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The Ashland City police chief confirmed the little girl was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
The 24th Judicial District Drug Task Force made the stop on Interstate 40 in Decatur County, arresting two people from Texas.
The newly released data revealed many things including crimes involving both pills and heroin are on the rise, especially in East Tennessee.
The DEA added U-47700 to its Schedule I narcotic list in 2016 after multiple drug overdoses.
The CDC says between 2011 to 2013 heroin use among women jumped 100 percent compared to 2002 to 2004.
”My sister and I fell in love with it from the moment it entered our system,” said recovering addict Branden Cooper.
In the hospital setting, doctors administer Fentanyl under very close supervision that includes calculations for each patient’s age, gender,…
News 2 hosted a town hall meeting with law enforcement and pharmacy experts on Heroin at Home.
The state of Tennessee is making progress is curbing the abuse of prescription opioids, but there is a dangerous consequence.
Marshall Scruggs is charged with heroin possession with intent to resale by Millersville officers responding to a suspicious vehicle call.
Millersville police say 42-year-old Stacey Tanner was selling heroin out of her camper at the Owl’s Roost Campground.