The Drug Enforcement Administration is issuing a warning about the latest drug that has made its way to Northeast Florida streets.
Clay County Sheriff's Office is holding a news conference Wednesday morning announcing several drug arrests and people they're looking for.
A warning from a local high school student and his mother. The 16-year-old unknowingly ingested a cookie laced with drugs, and he has had a full week of epileptic seizures.
A St. Augustine mom is speaking up about fentanyl deaths after her daughter died in May from being unknowingly exposed to the deadly drug.
Advocates say it’s a tool that can save lives from fentanyl overdoses, but they’re outlawed in Florida.
Drug overdoses are taking the lives of hundreds of thousands of people every year in the United States.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said they went to the Camri Green Apartments on Sunday and learned about the manufacturing of narcotics inside one of the apartments.
The drugs' worth is estimated to be about $236 million.