Hearst-Argyle Sacramento stations to air meth documentary


The methamphetamine crisis is gripping Sacramento and the whole region and is “threatening to destroy the fabric of our society,” says Hearst-Argyle’s KCRA 3 and KQCA My58 TV and other local television stations who will air a documentary called “Crystal Darkness.”

The 30-minute documentary filmed in Northern California tells powerful stories of young people who have gone through the dark and lonely depths of Meth addiction. The program features heart-wrenching stories from victims of Meth addiction told with raw honesty about their personal tragedy.

The program will air on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. on both KCRA 3 and KQCA My58 TV. The KCRA 3 News team will also feature news stories about Meth addiction for the days leading up to the broadcast of the documentary. Professional drug counselors will be on hand to staff a call-in center and answer calls from the community following the program.