|While Hemp Seeds Held Up, One Farmer Prepares To Plant
Customs is holding 250 pounds of hemp seeds in Louisville. A Rockcastle County farmer has seeds, and will be the first in the state since about WWII to plant hemp. Video
|Free Med Toss In Lexington On Saturday
Dispose of your unwanted medicines for free in a safe and environmentally friendly way this Saturday, April 26, at two locations in Lexington.
|Update: NTSB Investigating DEA Helicopter Crash
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will begin investigating Tuesday to determine why a DEA helicopter crashed Monday morning in Breathitt County. Video
|Kentucky Doctor Settles In Federal Drug Case
The settlement agreement says that from June 2009 to May 2012, Dr. Laura Hazeltine didn't keep an accurate inventory of controlled substances.
|"Medication Disposal Day" Scheduled In Frankfort
Bring your expired, unneeded and unused prescription and over-the-counter medications to the Franklin County Health Department on Saturday, July 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
|Food City And Operation UNITE Collecting Unwanted Medications
The event is designed to keep the drugs out of the hands of people that could potentially abuse them and keeping the pills from potentially contaminating water sources.
|Realtors Suggest Asking Meth Question
Realtors and other officials said the question, "Has there ever been a meth lab here?" is one that home buyers should start asking. Video
|DEA: Prescription Drug Conspiracy Dismantled In Northern Kentucky
Twenty-four suspects were arrested on charges primarily related to the illegal distribution of prescription drugs, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration.
|Two Pike County Men Accused Of Being Part Of Illegal Pill Pipeline
Police and the DEA accused Kenneth Gannon and Russell West of selling 200,000 Oxycodone pills over a 12-month period in an illegal Kentucky to Florida pill pipeline. Video
|Michigan Doctor, 2 Others Charged In Pill Ring In Eastern Kentucky
A Michigan doctor and two of his patients, suspected of operating a pill distribution ring to Eastern Kentucky, have been arrested by federal DEA officials.