Officials say Air Force does not have authority to reimburse communities for the cost of dealing with environmental contamination issues.
22News spoke with people to find out if they think less addictive cigarettes will curtail the habit among smokers.
SanAngelo, a Massachusetts resident, told Herring about his plan to go to a recovery residence in Florida.
Many times a person won’t experience symptoms, but for a small percentage of people, the illness may develop into encephalitis.
A defense attorney says at least one juror may have stolen oxycodone pills during a drug trial.
FDA announced it wants to lower the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to a level that makes them less addictive or not addictive at all.
Cook County projected collecting about $67.5 million in revenue from the tax this year and more than $200 million for fiscal year 2018.
President Trump says “let Obamacare implode” following defeat of Republican healthcare reform, saying he’d prefer to start over anyway.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is expanding its investigation into exhaust fumes inside Ford Explorer SUVs.
Officials at Winchester Hospital say more than 20 hospital employees are receiving treatment after the discovery was made Wednesday.
A mosquito sample has tested positive for the virus, which can cause flu-like symptoms, or more serious illness in rare cases.
Final Senate push to repeal and replace Obamacare fails in early morning vote.
Specially trained dogs could offer early detection of Parkinson’s Disease, helping patients before too much damage is done.
The Senate early Friday rejected a measure to repeal parts of former President Obama’s health care law after a night of high suspense.
Final push for new healthcare law includes option that would leave 16 million Americans without coverage.
Walt and Linda Tucker host an annual golf tournament in the memory of Walt’s brother, Tony, who died from the disease.
Some state lawmakers are say that the bill is needed to protect people from the effects of withdrawal.
It’s a different approach to fighting substance abuse.
There was a 56 percent increase in all opioid-related hospital inpatient and emergency department discharges from 2011 to 2015.
Security footage shows nurse taping Fentanyl patch to door frame in Tennessee courthouse so it can be picked up by jail inmate.