Daily Herald: Heroin in the Suburbs Rising
As deaths attributed to heroin use continue to rise in the suburbs, several groups of young adults are trying to turn the trend around before they lose even more friends to the drug.
Staff Writer Melissa Silverberg writes about how the issue, as well as how groups of young adults who've been touched by it are working to reverse the trend through YouTube videos, events and talking to their peers.
You can read the full story in the Daily Herald's edition from Sunday, June 24, 2012, or online at http://dailyherald.com/.
- CPS protesters give up sit-in, school closes for good
- Hawks fans anxiously awaited OT goal, tied series
- LeBron headband absence could be key for Miami Heat win
- ABC7 Weather Forecast
- Blackhawks beat Bruins 6-5 in Game 4 OT, tie series 2-2
- 9 students hospitalized after pepper spray accident
- More than 8 percent of Illinois bridges structurally deficient
- Skokie mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus
- Red Line reconstruction project on time, within budget
- Man convicted with twin faces new sex trafficking charges
- State lawmakers send pension crisis to committee
- Body ID'd as missing UofC student, 20
- Long lines for Cook County flood assistance
- abcnews: Ohio Town Police Chief a Facebook Hit