Task Force Connersville began operating Nov. 4 – it includes Connersville and Indiana State Police.
The number of heroin overdoses in Connersville continues to rise, as police reported this week the city’s 36th overdose on the drug in just two months.
Members of the Connersville community attended an anti-drug rally Saturday after there were 20 overdoses in 20 days in the town of 13,000.
Indiana's pre-k pilot program, heroin usage is up 44% over the past seven years plus we go back to the 1930s and the hunt for public enemy #1 in Indiana.
In the second of a two-part series on Heroin, Simon Thompson looks at how shutting down heroin dealers can put users at higher risk of overdose.
Legislation passed this sessions builds upon a law created in 2012.
Heroin use has been increasing in the U.S., and addiction often has a high price that isn't just financial.
How the Governor's legislative priorities fared and his relationship among conservatives. As heroin use climbs, we examine what's working and what's not.
Nearly one in every 100 high school seniors in Indiana use heroin, the annual Indiana Youth Survey shows.
A city official says the popularity of the drug is similar to that of crack-cocaine across the nation in the 1990s.