DEA Anti-Heroin Team Coming To New BedfordThe federal government is sending law enforcement teams to cities in five states to help stop the flow of heroin and synthetic opioids--and one of those cities is New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Keller @ Large: Rep. Stephen Lynch On Opioid EpidemicJon Keller talks to Rep. Stephen Lynch about the bombshell 60 Minutes-Washington Post report about Congress's role in the opioid epidemic.
Thirty Nabbed In Federal Drug SweepThirty people were arrested by federal agents, along with Lawrence and State Police, and charged with selling drugs, gun possession, and immigration violations.
Police: 2 Men Running Hallucinogenic Mushroom Lab Out Of Concord, NH ApartmentPolice say that two men have been arrested after they were found to be running a large-scale hallucinogenic mushroom lab operation out of their Concord, New Hampshire apartment.
2,000 Marijuana Plants Seized From 'Major' Growing OperationTwo thousand marijuana plants and $75,000 in cash have been seized in a massive pot bust, police say.
Heroin: From Prescription To Addiction (Part 9)According to the DEA, heroin remains the current illicit drug of choice largely due to pricing on the street.
3 Arrested As State Troopers, Feds Seize $1 Million Of Heroin, MethMassachusetts State Troopers and federal DEA Agents seized $1 million worth of heroin and crystal meth on Thursday, and arrested three people with suspected ties to a large Mexico-based drug trafficking network.
Mass. Doctors Say DEA Pressuring Them To Resign From Medical Marijuana CompaniesSeveral Massachusetts doctors associated with prospective medical marijuana dispensaries are reportedly facing intense pressure from the federal government to cut ties with those companies.
NightSide - DEA Special Agent Dan Doherty Discusses Whitey BulgerA Look Back At The Whitey Chase.
Feds, State Police Seize 10 Kilos Of Cocaine At Logan AirportAuthorities say they, “disrupted a narcotics smuggling pipeline from Puerto Rico to New England.”
DEA Wants Your Unused Prescription DrugsThe Drug Enforcement Administration says people can drop off unused prescriptions at sites around the country next week as part of an effort to prevent drug abuse.
DEA Holds 'No-Questions-Asked' Perscription Drug Take-Back DaySaturday was National Take Back Day, an effort by the DEA and law enforcement to get unneeded and potentially dangerous prescription drugs out of people's homes.