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Saint Joseph Hospital medical units honor top doctors, nurse

Their stories are inspiration to others.

Infectious disease specialist dies after 4-month COVID fight

Gov. Andy Beshear on Saturday urged people to follow her advice and “wear a mask in her honor.”

LISTEN: Doctor offers “Hallelujah” as Holy Week comfort

A Cioncinnati, Ohio doctor is providing comfort to patients through telehealth. But he's also adding a twist that may comfort many more -- by singing Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah."

Doctor accused of being drunk at work at Hazard hospital

A doctor can no longer practice in Kentucky after being accused of being drunk at work at the Hazard Appalachian Regional Healthcare Hospital (ARH). 

Prosecutors: Ex-doctor pleads guilty to drug, fraud charges

A former doctor has pleaded guilty to drug distribution and health care fraud charges in Kentucky.

UPDATE: Nassar victim says Michigan State billing her

Three key members of the board that oversees USA Gymnastics have resigned.

UPDATE: Chicago fires 2 officers in United passenger dragging case

The Chicago Department of Aviation fired two security officers involved in dragging a doctor from Kentucky off a United Airlines flight after he refused to give up his seat.

Beshear: Pulaski Judge Denies Somerset Doctor Shock Probation

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced that a motion for shock probation filed by a Somerset doctor has been denied.

Ex-Kentucky clinic doctor charged with fraud

A grand jury has charged a northeastern Kentucky doctor with defrauding Medicaid and illegally prescribing an addiction-treatment drug.

Grand jury indicts KY Suboxone clinic doctor on fraud, theft

A Lawrence County grand jury indicted Dr. Curtis Edens, 57, of Hardeeville, South Carolina, on Friday on two counts of Medicaid fraud; one count of improperly prescribing a controlled substance; one count of theft by deception over $500; and four counts of theft by deception over $10,000, Class C felonies.

Michigan sports doctor faces key hearing in assault case

An outspoken former gymnast is expected to testify at a key hearing in a sexual assault case against a Michigan sports doctor.

Physician who was dragged off flight settles with United

A Kentucky doctor who was dragged off a United flight after he refused to give up his seat to crew members has reached a settlement with the airline for undisclosed amount.

Doctor pleads guilty to improper prescribing after 3 die

A doctor has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison after pleading guilty to improperly prescribing powerful painkillers in Kentucky, which has been hit by the opioid crisis.

What’s Going Around – Asthma Triggers

As the weather warms up, and more people head outside, asthma sufferers are more likely to face increased stress to their respiratory systems. Dr. Ryan Stanton take a closer look in this week's "What's Going Around."

Teeth Whitening – Dr. Bart McFarland

Show favorite and dentist extraordinaire, Dr. Bart McFarland, returns to the studio to tell Matt Groves about his clinic's approach to teeth whitening, and their use of the KöR system.

Attorney: United passenger treated in Chicago

The man dragged from a full United Airlines flight is a Kentucky physician who was convicted more than a decade ago of felony charges involving his prescribing of drugs.

UPDATE: Officer who dragged man off jet placed on leave

The CEO of United Airlines' parent company says the airline is conducting its own investigation after police dragged a passenger from an overbooked United plane after he refused to give up his seat.

Prosecutors appeal dismissal of doctor’s fraud conviction

Prosecutors are appealing the reversal of a Kentucky doctor's health care fraud conviction.

Sports concussion protocol bill sent to governor

The Kentucky Senate has given final approval to a bill dealing with student athlete safety.

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Lt. Gov. Coleman urges vaccines in Pikeville, Harlan, Prestonsburg visits

Pikeville Medical joins others in opening up 1C vaccines.