Metro Detroit Doctor Gets 7 Years In Prison For Selling Prescription Drugs To Street DealersA Warren doctor has been sentenced to 84 months in prison for illegally writing prescriptions for oxycodone and other medications.
Snyder Plan Combats Prescription Drug, Pain Killer AddictionGov. Rick Snyder called Monday for more than two dozen changes aimed at targeting the worsening crisis of prescription drug and painkiller addiction.
AG: Detroit Area Doctor Wrote Prescriptions In Exchange For SexDr. Ronald Verbovsky -- who practiced in Sterling Heights and Detroit -- was sentenced to a maximum of 20 years.
Heroin Addiction Increasingly Becoming A Young, White, Midwest IssueThe face of heroin abuse in America is increasingly being seen among white teenagers and young adults from the Midwest.
Doctor Pleads Guilty In Plot To Sell Thousands Of PainkillersDr. Mohammad Batayneh pleaded guilty in a scheme to distribute more than 300,000 doses of oxycodone.
Metro Detroit Doctor Convicted Of 34 Crimes In Drug, Fraud ProbeA Detroit-area doctor who would see more than 100 patients a day at his Hamtramck clinic has been convicted of 34 crimes, from fraud to illegal drug distribution.
Are Prescription Drugs Covered Under My Health Insurance?Under the Affordable Care Act, most health insurance policies must cover prescription drugs.
Bloomfield Hills Dentist To Pay $125K In Drug ProbeThe government says the deal doesn't protect Marc Kamp from a criminal probe.
Kmart Settles Drug Billing Charges For $2.55MFederal prosecutors in say that the Kmart has agreed to pay $2.55 million to settle complaints that it overbilled government health programs when it partially filled drug prescriptions.
Saint Clair Shores Man Convicted On Drug Charges In Ohio A Michigan man arrested after authorities found about 17,000 prescription pills in his vehicle has been convicted on drug charges in southwest Ohio.
$20K In Prescription Drugs Stolen In Royal OakPolice are looking for a pair of robbers and a van loaded with drugs.
Tighter Pharmacy Rules Planned After Mich. Deaths A measure would require pharmacies to undergo regular inspections and criminal background checks.