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23 minutes | Jul 10, 2017
Heroin in the heartland
In the late summer of 2016, an explosion of heroin overdoses and deaths hit the Tri-State. In just four days, 174 people overdosed in Hamilton County, and people were dying within an instant of shooting up. The entire community was teetering on a deadly edge, with addicts failing to heed the desperate warning coming from the coroner. In the end, we would learn that a fatal combination of synthetic additives fentanyl and carfentanil were to blame. Versions looks back at the crisis through the eyes of Crystal Cook, a recovering heroin addict, Chris Conners, the director of the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force and 9 on Your Side I-Team investigative reporter Hillary Lake.
17 minutes | Jun 10, 2017
Northern Kentucky University’s first trip to the big dance
In our pilot episode, we’ll take you along on Northern Kentucky University’s first trip into March Madness as witnessed by freshman guard Mason Faulkner, head coach John Brannen, and NKU grad and board of regions chair Rich Boehne.
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