For a TV anchor who covered the opioid crisis for years, the story becomes personal

By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links

The day that news anchor Angela Kennecke found out her daughter died from a fentanyl overdose, she was working on a story about the opioid epidemic. “I got a frantic call from her dad, saying, ‘I think Emily’s OD’d. You need to get over here right now.’ I can’t even describe to you what it’s like to hear those words,” Kennecke said.

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