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Family of South Florida Man Killed by Drunk Driver Launch Campaign Reminding People of DUI Dangers

The BTru2U campaign is a collaboration between MADD, the State Attorney's Office, and The Miami Coalition for a Safe and Drug-Free Community.

Jenny Reyes, 22, knows the deadly results of drinking and driving first hand.

On the morning of January 21st, 2015, her father, Walter Reyes, was cycling on the Rickenbacker Causeway, training for the Dolphins Cancer Challenge, when he was struck and killed by a drunk driver. Alejandro Alvarez, 21, was reportedly returning home after a night of drinking on Miami Beach when the accident happened...READ MORE >

Fentanyl, Synthetic Drug Epidemic in South Florida


Epidemia Encubierta Parte 1


Epidemia Encubierta Parte 2


Deadly Toll of Synthetic Drugs - Miami Herald

Java Jackson, high on the synthetic drug flakka, screamed at deputies and a medical crew that a snake was spitting acid on him and his clothes were burning before his over-revving heart failed...READ MORE >

Aumenta el uso de Spice, la peligrosa droga sintética que amenaza a los jóvenes de EEUU

Las autoridades sanitarias de Estados Unidos están en alerta. Durante las tres primeras semanas de abril los centros...Leer más >

A NEW DRUG WAR - By Emily Underwood

As a growing wave of designer drugs hits the streets,researchers try to forecast which will prove most popular—and dangerous...READ MORE >

Wesleyan University case: Five things you should know about 'Molly' (+video)

Police have linked the popular club drug MDMA to 10 Wesleyan University students and two 'guests' who were hospitalized Sunday. Here’s what you need to know about “Molly” and other similar narcotics...READ MORE >



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