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UK drug quality testing leads to petition to recall injectable drug  

UK is one of few pharmacies testing incoming stock of medications for quality, purity and potential contamination

Stolen Kubota sought; drug, gun charges filed

Firearm purchased by woman two hours before she died in accident.

Concerns around anti-malaria drug use for COVID-19

The anit-malaria drug is mainly used for patients with Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis, to treat their pain. 

Deputies arrest woman for shoplifting and drug trafficking

In Laurel County, deputies say a woman was caught shoplifting and led to an additional drug trafficking charge.

Kentucky AG announces 2 drug-related settlements

Kentucky's attorney general has announced two separate settlements totaling nearly $40 million that involve a drug company and a drug distributor.

Chief Justice: Drug courts failing to keep up with needs

Kentucky's chief justice, says the drug court program isn't keeping up with the surging demand for its treatment services.

Police: Drug arrest in Flatwoods

A drug arrest was made after a traffic stop in Flatwoods, according to police.

New drug trial ordered after prosecutor’s religion questions

A federal appellate panel has ordered a new trial and reversed a couple's drug convictions partly because a prosecutor cited their beliefs in a religious figure regarded as the patron saint of drug dealers and as the angel of the poor.

Officer taken to hospital following drug arrests

A police officer was taken to the hospital for possible drug exposure after an arrest.

Man charged with drug possession after firing rifle in home

A man taken to jail in Fayette County Sunday greeted police with a shot from a rifle near Locust Avenue.

University gets $15M grant to help end spread of hepatitis C

HAZARD, Ky. (AP) - A University of Kentucky project aimed at ridding Perry County of hepatitis C has received a $15 million federal grant,...

KSP: Man arrested on multiple drug and weapon charges in Owsley Co.

Kentucky State Police has arrested an Owsley County man on multiple drug and weapon charges after responding to a shots fired call off of Chestnut Gap Road in Owsley County Sunday.

Hopes rise again for a drug to slow Alzheimer’s disease

Hopes are rising again for a drug to alter the course of Alzheimer's disease after repeated failures.

Garrard Co. PD asks for donations for K9 Ranger

The Garrard County Police is asking for the public's help in raising money for their K9 Ranger to have a protective vest and door pop and hear alarm system.

Lexington-Fayette Health Dept. expanding needle exchange

The drug epidemic is having such a big impact on Kentucky, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department has expanded its needle exchange to a second day a week.

Dog food is withdrawn over concerns about euthanasia drug

The J.M. Smucker Co. is withdrawing some shipments of dog food amid reports that it could be tainted with traces of a drug used to euthanize animals.

Medical marijuana resolution clears House hurdle

The Kentucky House wants the federal government to accelerate research on the "safety and effectiveness" of medical marijuana.

Nicholasville police make undercover drug bust

Nicholasville police say they arrested a man after conducting an undercover drug operation.

Man found passed out behind wheel arrested on drug charges

36-year-old Daniel N. Whitt was arrested Thursday after the Morgan County Sheriff's Office found his vehicle parked in the middle of Highway 3345

Lawmakers, advocates host “Rally for Recovery”

Leaders in the fight against drug addiction, rallied in the state capitol today to bring awareness to the issue.

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Lexington police officer suspended for suspect treatment: Newspaper

Incidents in the summer land officer in trouble.
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Sheriff addresses profiling accusation

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