Saving Boone County: Fighting for lives in a place ravaged by opioids
Tucked into the Appalachian valleys of West Virginia, Boone County was once home to jobs like coal mining. But as those jobs disappeared, the community struggled and drugs took hold. NBC’s Kate Snow explores how the locals, including the drug court judge, are trying to save lives.
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