Marley Fisher walked away from several overdoses during her six years of opioid addiction. The batch that finally killed her left her unable to even stumble out of the Point State Park bathroom stall into which she ducked to shoot up.

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading Fentanyl has made shooting up a Russian roulette, but many users just don’t care.
When Dave Lozier campaigned to be the district attorney of Beaver County, one topic dominated conversation at every meet-​and-​greet and campaign stop.

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2018
  • Sub Heading
    Fast monitoring of opiate deaths aims to spread
    vital information to police and users
By the time he was 35, James (a pseudonym) was living in a Shadyside home worth $500,000, driving an Audi A4 and earning six figures. He was seven years into his job as a recruiter for a technology company. His wife was from a wealthy family, and they traveled often. “Every six weeks,…

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2015
  • Sub Heading Pittsburgh battles to stem and epidemic that’s reaching into every level of society
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