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  Big Pharma was supposed to self-police fentanyl prescriptions. It failed. Patients died.

Internal documents show lax enforcement, missed opportunities by the federal government.

  3 On Your Side Investigates: Costly Habits

When you post a picture, a locator, or any information on Facebook, it then belongs to Facebook. Third party companies can buy access to information you have freely offered. Companies like health insurance providers might be buying that data and using it to help set insurance rates.

  You can help uncover political ad targeting on Facebook

Use the Facebook Political Ad Collector to help categorize ads and understand why they are targeting you.

  3 On Your Side Investigates: Road Projects Under Construction

Five major road projects are under construction or planned in the metro area. WLBT looks at what's holding them up.

  3 On Your Side Investigates: Justice Limited

A two-year search for justice in 22-year-old Michael Collins' drowning death will come to a close in the coming weeks, even though it's an outcome that worries his father because of so many others who work up and down the Mississippi River.

  Taking Back Our Streets: Shady activity at Shady Creek

The name was pleasant enough -- Shady Creek Mobile Home Park when it was inhabited. Now, it's just shady activity at 3920 I-55 Frontage Road in south Jackson -- staircases to nowhere, trash, discards.

  3 On Your Side Investigates: DNA Dilemma

Tracing the path to long-lost relatives has never been easier. For roughly a hundred bucks, people can unlock information about their ancestors. It's especially useful for adopted children, many of whom believe that knowing the identity of your birth parents is a civil right.

  3 On Your Side Investigates: Moving Pains

Dozens of people all over the country say they were charged thousands of dollars more than they should have been by a moving company. Some claim they never got their belongings back. Now, one family's ordeal has drawn the attention of federal authorities, investigating a business that claims to have ties right here in the Jackson metro.

  Digital Defense: Putting personal safety apps to the test

The apps we tested are all free, and they're all designed to protect you when you need help, without opening a contact list.

  Malaco: The Last Soul Company celebrates 50 years

For a half century, Malaco Records' soul, blues and gospel music have made the independent, southern soul label a national success. To the surprise of many, the record company is located right here in Magnolia State.

  3 On Your Side Special Report: Stop Robocalls

Chances are, your phone rings at least once a day with a call you didn't want and didn't ask for, with someone trying to sell you something or otherwise separate you from your money. How do you make the calls stop?

  3 On Your Side Investigates: Out of Order, Two Years Later

In a special investigation, 3 On Your Side broke down just how much the Capital City had been losing on parking meters over the last decade. We examined hundreds of those parking meters back in 2016 to see how many worked, after trying to get these numbers from the city.

  3 ON YOUR SIDE SPECIAL REPORT: Dispatched

Warren County's dispatch centers are getting overwhelmed with callers flooding the 911 line. Here's how you can help

Raycom launches InvestigateTV app on Roku

InvestigateTV is available now on Roku and will be released to other digital streaming services soon. Raycom Media President and CEO Pat LaPlatney made the announcement Thursday at the annual Investigative Reporters and Editors conference in Orlando, FL.

  3 On Your Side Investigates: Left in Ruins

For years, people who live in West Jackson say they've been passed over and forgotten, just like the dozens of dilapidated buildings that surround the Jackson Zoo.