Meth continues to be a problem in the Tulsa area. It's a problem that affects our neighborhoods, our homes and our families. In 2011, Tulsa police found 412 meth labs in the first 11 months. Since 2002, police have uncovered more than 1,700 meth labs.
See the charts below to find the top locations where meth labs have turned up. Then search our database to find out where it's happening in your neighborhood.
In-Depth look at Meth
2NEWS took an in-depth look at four women and their struggles with an addiction to methamphetamine. Their paths crossed behind prison gates at Eddie Warrior Correctional Center in Taft, Oklahoma.
Meth has become so prevalent in parts of Oklahoma. Even those who have never seen the drug, much less tried it, are still feeling the effects. 2NEWS Reporter Casey Roebuck investigates the effect meth has on innocent victims.
You don't have to live in Oklahoma long to realize meth is a major problem. But how do you solve it? Some state lawmakers think the answer may be found in Oregon.