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  • Dangerous doctors slipping through the cracks

    One night a Crestwood police sergeant doing a routine building check noticed an open door to the office of psychiatrist Joel Carroll. Stepping inside the cluttered office, he discovered roaming cats, a Colt AR-15 assault rifle and other guns, ammunition,...
  • Rx for Danger: Born addicted

    Rx for Danger: Born addicted
    Florida's prescription-drug epidemic — already responsible for nearly seven deaths a day — is taking its toll on the youngest, most vulnerable in our communities: newborns. In 2009, nearly 1,000 babies born in Florida hospitals were treated...
  • Rick Scott is being a real pill about drug-sales database

    Rick Scott is being a real pill about drug-sales database
    I guess Gov. Rick Scott includes dope dealing as one of the Florida industries he hopes to stimulate. Scott wants to kill a prescription-drug database that would track the flow of narcotic pain killers coming from "pill mill" clinics. This will help keep...
  • Teens Found Dead Near Four Loko Can Died of Accidental Overdose

    Teens Found Dead Near Four Loko Can Died of Accidental Overdose
    HUNTINGTON BEACH ( KTLA) -- Two teenagers whose bodies were found in a vacant apartment died of accidental overdoses. Aaron Saenz, 15, of Westminster and Chelsea Taylor, 16, were discovered January 21 in a vacant apartment on Huntington Village Lane....
  • Rx for Danger: Addicts' friends, family can use Marchman Act for help

    Rx for Danger: Addicts' friends, family can use Marchman Act for help
    Dan Phillips says he did what he could to help keep his 20-year-old son off the powerful prescription drugs he was addicted to. The Orlando father installed a GPS device in his son's vehicle. He bought him a new cell phone and cleaned out the contacts in...
  • Center For Drug-Addicted Babies Fights To Stay Open

    Center For Drug-Addicted Babies Fights To Stay Open
    They're the most vulnerable members of our society and they are feeling the pain of state budget cuts.  A local non-profit group that helps drug addicted babies has seen their funding slashed.  At the Pediatric Interim Care Center, in Kent, it's hard...
  • State says doctor over-prescribed drugs, asks medical board to take action

    State says doctor over-prescribed drugs, asks medical board to take action
    The Department of Health has accused a Kissimmee doctor of over-prescribing powerful, addictive drugs and an array of violations including improperly documenting his patients' medical history. The state agency recently filed an administrative complaint...
  • Driver to serve three years for fatal hit-and-run

    A driver whose SUV struck and killed a bicyclist from Irvine in a December 2009 hit-and-run accident in Newport Beach received a three-year state prison sentence Friday, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Patricia Ann Izquieta,...
  • K-9 Officer Poisoned While Patroling The Capitol

      The California Highway Patrol has confirmed to Fox40 that a canine officer is recovering after being poisoned. At roll-call for CHP officers tasked with protecting the Capitol, one is now missing. His name  is Taz. "Taz went home yesterday,"...
  • Ex-police chief tapped Lake County coroner

    Ex-police chief tapped Lake County coroner
    A longtime Lake County law enforcement official was tapped today to take over a county coroner’s office that has been shaken by recent criminal charges against two of its top officials. Artis Yancey, who spent more than 20 years with the Waukegan...
  • Bedford man convicted of killing another man by providing lethal dose of drugs

    Bedford man convicted of killing another man by providing lethal dose of drugs
    A Bedford man is headed to prison for killing another man by giving him a lethal dose of drugs. Jason Mann pled guilty Tuesday morning to involuntary manslaughter and drug distribution charges. Prosecutors say he gave a 26-year-old friend so much...