Heroin Addiction Heroin Bill Up Against The Clock By Josh James • Mar 26, 2014 A bill aimed at combating Kentucky’s growing heroin problem is headed to the state House floor, but time is running out to pass it. Officials Warn Of New Enhanced Heroin By Josh James • Mar 3, 2014 Lexington emergency officials say they’re concerned that more fatal forms of heroin may gain a foothold in the city. Heroin Bill Moves Swiftly Through Senate By Josh James • Jan 16, 2014 A bill aimed at curbing the rise of heroin use in the state sailed through the Senate Thursday. New Legislation Targets Heroin Abusers, Traffickers By Josh James • Dec 19, 2013 Attorney General Jack Conway announced bipartisan legislation Thursday aimed at curbing the rise of heroin in the state. Prosecutors Hope Winchester Conviction Will Serve As Warning To Drug Dealers By Josh James • Oct 31, 2013 A federal jury in Winchester has handed down a guilty verdict for a man accused of distributing heroin that resulted in an overdose death. State Lawmaker To Revive Heroin Bill By Josh James • Oct 14, 2013 One Kentucky lawmaker may renew her push for a failed bill that would further crack down on heroin trafficking. Task Force To Hold Meetings On Heroin Problem By Associated Press • Oct 13, 2013 A Boone Co. task force has scheduled four informational town hall meetings this month about the growing problem of heroin addiction.