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Health Department releasing people based on new CDC guidelines

Changing rules, recommendations can be confusing

New E-cig tax not enough to curb use, expert says

Tax hike designed to discourage buyers.

Honey’s Journey: Family gives abandoned dog a home

Rescuing a stray dog can come with many challenges but in the end, it also can have many rewards, like welcoming a new member into your family.

ABC 36 Golden Care Provider: Pastor leans on faith to care for wife

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-- Stephen Lyons is the pastor at Unity Worship Center in Lexington. He and his wife, Miriam, have been married for almost a...

Saharan dust cloud prompts air quality, health warning

Cloud could arrive in Kentucky this weekend.

Ranchers using drones to keep cattle healthy

Each year, millions of cows in the United States die from health problems and it’s costing the cattle industry, but “eyes in the sky” could help ranchers solve the problem.

Doctors prepare for “Trauma Season”

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-- During the coronavirus pandemic for the last almost three months, much of the focus for medical professionals has been on Covid-19...

YMCA to reopen some facilities June 1

the YMCA of Central Kentucky said Tuesday it plans to reopen a number of its locations on June 1, 2020.

Volunteers using talents to provide personal protective equipment

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Work converting Nutter Field House on the University of Kentucky campus into a 400-bed field hospital continues. It's being done...

Lexington’s fifth flu-related death this season

Lexington Fayette County Health Department is reporting its fifth flu-related death of the season. 

University of Kentucky prepares for the coronavirus

The coronavirus has reached a scary, new first in the United States.

Health officials say vaping illness linked to illegal liquids

According to health officials, a thickening agent is tied to the U.S. vaping illness outbreak.

Health department offering free overdose-reversing kits

The health department is hosting a free community training on overdose-reversing medication.

Health officials are assessing explosion’s health impacts

It's been a little more than a month since a gas explosion in Lincoln County.

‘Tobacco Free’ signs offered at no cost to Ky. schools

Schools in the Commonwealth are going tobacco free and health companies are helping out, offering metal signs at no cost to schools across the state.

Food safety regulations amended to improve safety and health

The Kentucky Department for Public Health says it is working to make the general public and business community aware of new changes to the state’s food code which will improve safety and health standards for food storage, preparation and serving

Kentucky encouraging families to make end of life decisions now

Kentucky's Cabinet for Health and Family Services is encouraging families to talk about end of life healthcare decisions earlier in a person's life. 

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Rural families without internet face tough choice on school

Issue is very real in many parts of Eastern Kentucky.

UPDATE: Court hears high-stakes Kentucky ‘historical racing’ case

Machines are big casino attraction, revenue producer.

Feds start task force to go after Louisville carjackings

Cases would be prosecuted in federal court.

‘Crystal Rogers’ series to air Saturday on Oxygen

Six-part series first aired in 2018.