More than 1,000 people died of a drug overdose in MN last year.
Two young people have died in the past 24 hours, Roseville PD said Saturday.
City police say drugs bought off the streets may contain potentially fatal substances.
The money will go to opioid prevention and education in Minnesota.
Overdose deaths started to increase sharply in March, which coincides with the state-ordered lockdown for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The arrest was made nearly one month after the 23-year-old's death.
Four people have died this month.
A 69-year-old woman was walking home when she was hit.
At least two of the victims were saved by Narcan.
A 33-year-old man died after taking heroin combined with fentanyl.
Police suspect the substance may have been laced with fentanyl.
It's welcome news, but health officials say overdose rates are still at historic highs.
Healthcare providers will be put on improvement programs if they're giving out too many.
11 staff members were checked over by medical staff.
The Minnesota Legislature managed to pass laws relating to wage theft, marital rape and opioids.
Lifesaving efforts had to be administered.
The Minnesota House passed the proposal Monday.
The latest figures, covering 2017, shows a continuing trend.
The pills appear like legal oxycodone, but contain the deadly synthetic opioid.
The local sheriff says the county sees "4-6 heroin overdoses every day."
Eden Prairie police put together a video of interviews with two bereaved families.
He didn't have a medical purpose for prescribing the drugs, federal prosecutors say.
Mayor Emily Larson's rebuttal is fierce.