Florida is in the grip of an epidemic.
Deaths from opioid overdose and murders associated with the drugs have increased exponentially in recent years.
Governor Rick Scott has declared the state’s opioid problem a public health emergency.
On this episode of Redux, we’ll look at what state officials are doing to help lower the body count, as well what’s being done locally to treat addicts and prevent addiction.
Then, we have an update on the "Hemming Park 5," as well as a couple of stories honoring military and police officers killed in the line of duty.
But first, we get you up to speed with the trial of former Congresswoman Corrine Brown.