After Rash Of Overdoses, Heroin-Related Deaths Are DownAfter a recent string of heroin overdose deaths, officials say heroin-related deaths are on the downswing.
Man Arrested, Charged With Selling Fentanyl-Laced HeroinRoss Township police have arrested a man accused of selling fentanyl-laced heroin.
Officials To Hold Town Hall Meeting Over Heroin Death ConcernsThe recent rash of heroin overdose deaths in our area seem to have slowed down, but residents in one local community are still concerned.
TherafluThe following KDKA editorial is about drug awareness, and how tainted drugs have been the source of over a dozen recent deaths around our area.
2 Arrested For Dealing Heroin, Unknown If "Theraflu" RelatedPolice have made more arrests in relation to a particular kind of heroin, blamed for several overdose deaths.
A.G.’s Office: Dealers May Be Rebranding Heroin Connected To Overdose DeathsEarly Thursday morning, agents from Pennsylvania's Office of the Attorney General and Clairton Police arrested 39-year-old Tywon Newby and charged him with heroin possession and intent to deliver.
2 Arrested In Connection With 'Theraflu' HeroinTwo people were arrested in separate drug busts Wednesday.
Police Arrest North Side Man During Heroin BustPolice continue to make drug arrests, determined to get a deadly batch of heroin off the streets.
Dr. Capretto Discusses His Thoughts On Marijuana And HeroinKiller heroin has entered in to the Pittsburgh area, while medical marijuana is at the top of the conversation list. Dr. Neil Capretto comments on these and more drug problems.
D.A. To Pursue Charges In Overdose Deaths Like In 1988 China White CaseAllegheny County Medical Examiner Dr. Karl Williams says the stamp bags associated with the recent overdose deaths marked ‘Theraflu’ and ‘Bud Ice’ contain a mixture of both heroin and Fentanyl.
Police Seize 30 Bricks Of Heroin In HomesteadPolice seized a significant amount of heroin in Homestead on Monday.
22 Deaths Now Blamed On Dangerously Potent, Fentanyl-Laced HeroinAt least 22 people in Western Pennsylvania, including 15 in Allegheny County have now been killed by a deadly mix of heroin and the narcotic Fentanyl.