|Deputies: London Woman Forged Prescriptions For Thousands Of Pills
Deputies accuse a London woman of forging several prescriptions to get almost 6,000 hydrocodone pills.
|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.
|82-Year Old Frankfort Man Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges
Frankfort Police said James A. Broughton, 82, of Frankfort, is accused of trafficking prescription pills.
|Woman Accused Of Selling Prescription Pills
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said Rebecca Davis, 40, of Bradfordville, is accused of selling prescription pills.
|Thousands Of Pills Turned In During Drug Disposal Day In Owsley County
More than 21,000 unused or out-of-date prescription and over-the-counter drugs were collected in just two hours in Owsley County during "Clean Your Medicine Cabinet Out Day."
|22 Charged In Eastern Kentucky Prescription Drug Cases
Twenty-two people were charged in five cases with making millions of dollars by illegally distributing prescription drugs in eastern Kentucky, according to a federal indictment.
|Report Says Florida Should Share RX Drug Info with Kentucky
A new report says * should share information from its new prescription drug monitoring system with other states including Kentucky.
|Pain Clinic CEO Sentenced To Prison
The CEO of two out of state pain clinics was sentenced to prison for unlawfully distributing hundreds of thousands of prescription pills to eastern Kentuckians.
|Tax Dollars and Pain Pills
Kentucky lawmakers are searching for compromise on two big issues: the two year state budget and how to curb the abuse of prescription pain pills. Video
|Mandatory Sentence for Drug Overdose Death
The U.S. Attorney is calling it a "significant case" in eastern Kentucky. It is the first time a person who admitted to the sale of illegal drugs was given a mandatory sentence for the death the sale caused. Video