This is good journalism because the story was well written, well sourced and effectively supplemented with photos and graphics. The story explained the research in an easily understandable way. The addition of maps at the bottom were a great way to both graphically accommodate the story and help an audience who may be unfamiliar with drug use in Baltimore see the data that the researches are using to compile and analyze their work.
The story doesn't have any data to back up its arguments. There are no actual sources. The reporter didn't speak to anyone who could validate or refute the argument. The story isn't well written nor does it follow one idea throughout the piece.