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Richie Sambora
Richie Sambora (Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images for Global Philanthropy Group)
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Richie Sambora to Perform at NJ Drug Forum

Platinum-selling rock and roll guitarist Richie Sambora is expected to perform a new song at a drug forum in New Jersey.

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Another Drug to Be Worried About [AUDIO]

Heroin isn't the only drug of concern in Ocean County. Though not as widespread, "N-Bomb" or "25i" is similar to LSD and is tremendously dangerous, according to prosecutor's office spokesman Al Della Fave.

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Stopping Dual Drug Abuse Epidemics [AUDIO]

As prescription drug abuse and heroin use continue to shoot through the roof, the New Jersey Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse is out with a series of recommendations about how to address the problems.

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Narcan Kit
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Narcan Saves 6 in Ocean County

Six lives have been saved by police in Ocean County since they began using a heroin overdose antidote this month.

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Union County Bust Yields 20 Arrests, Drugs [AUDIO]

A major, multi-tier drug ring in Union County is dismantled, after 20 arrests were made last weekend as part of nearly a yearlong investigation.

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Official: Narcan Working to Save Overdose Victims

As part of a pilot program, authorities in Ocean County are carrying and using the drug Narcan to treat heroin overdoses and the effort is paying off.

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2 Heroin Deaths Probed in South Jersey

Autopsy results have led officials to suspect two men in southern New Jersey died after overdosing on heroin.

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21 Indicted Following NJ Heroin Raid

Twenty-one people have been indicted following the disruption of what law enforcement officials say was a high-volume heroin distribution network.

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Gov. Chris Christie in Monmouth County
Gov. Chris Christie (c.) meets with officials in Monmouth County (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Gov Supports Narcan, Says War on Drugs Failed [AUDIO]

To fight the state's surging heroin epidemic, Gov. Chris Christie stresses the need for treatment, not just arrests.

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NJ Police Can Administer Anti-Overdose Drug

Some police officers in New Jersey are now permitted to administer a drug that counteracts heroin overdoses.

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