Photo Gallery Photo GalleryThe Opioid CrisisVW + CARBOur KidsThe Opioid Crisis Women in Recovery, an intensive outpatient alternative for eligible women facing long prison sentences for non-violent, drug-related offenses. Harry (right) and Dr. Sam Ball (left), the President and CEO of the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. Harry (left) and Dale (right) with Dr. Gary Franklin, MD, MPH, research professor of the Department of Medicine at the University of Washington. Eric and Holly Specht lost their son Nicholas due to a heroin overdose in September 2013. Now, the Spechts are one of the founding families of North Kentucky Hates Heroin, a nonprofit advocacy group that is dedicated to providing resources for those affected by addiction. Two graduates of an opioid/heroin addiction recovery center in Covington, Kentucky. Two sober men, in recovery at The Healing Place in Louisville, KY. Filming Minor Allen, the chief of police of Hazard, Kentucky. Harry and the team with Dr. Sharon Walsh in Lexington, KY. Dr. Walsh is head of University of Kentucky's Addiction Research facility and a Professor of Pharmacology. Setting up audio for Laura Ungar, a USA Today health and medical journalist who wrote award-winning articles about Kentucky's opioid crisis. VW + CARB The team with Elizabeth Cabraser, the lead prosecutor in the class action suit against Volkswagen. The team with CARB chair Mary Nichols at an Environmental Justice Advisory Council community meeting in downtown LA. Dale Bell interviewing Nancy Sutley, the Chief Sustainability Officer of the LA Dept. of Water & Power and former head of the White House Council on Environmental Quality. Our Kids Harry met with CAP Tulsa, an organization dedicated to helping young children in lower-income families grow up and achieve economic success. Harry (right) and Dr. Robert Putnam (left), the author of Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis.