Overdose deaths from illicit fentanyl have spiked in Washington -- 81 in the first half of 2018, state officials say.
The cartels are incredibly creative.
When needle trash litters the ground, it creates a health hazard. And the problem is growing with the opioid epidemic.
Nearly 200 people have died in King County this year so far from overdoses. In 2017, nearly 380 people died of overdoses — a 10-year record in the county.
“If HIV begins to spread in a new population of persons who inject drugs, who don’t have other risk factors for HIV, there can be a large outbreak potentially,” Public Health Seattle King County's Dr. Jeff Duchin said.
In Seattle’s bustling downtown, hundreds of people are living on the streets and battling drug addiction. That’s also where social worker Mikel Kowalcyk...
A Belltown nightclub was raided this week after a months-long drug trafficking investigation. Police started investigating Foundation Nightclub in March...