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Sticking with your New Year’s resolutions

Now's the time, we may start to slack a bit on our New Year's resolutions.

Baptist Health in Richmond starts vaccinations

Richmond, Ky. (WTVQ)- Staff at Baptist Health in Richmond started getting the Moderna Vaccine on Wednesday morning. The vaccinations started with ten staff members who...

As COVID numbers remain high, state encourages holiday precautions

Holiday gatherings have health experts worried about another surge.

Madison County relying on you to help contact trace because of surge in cases

The Madison County Health Department says, because of a surge in coronavirus cases, it'll be relying on you to help with contract tracing efforts. 

Study hopes to lead to improved health for rural Appalachia

Study will start recruiting volunteers soon.

Moore announces uterine cancer diagnosis, urges all to get tested

Moore spreads message during governor's daily briefing.

Study finds little change in kids with health insurance from 2018 to 2019

Impact of Pandemic on Children’s Coverage Unknown Until Next Year

LFCHD urges people to get flu shots this year

Flu shot eve more important experts say with coronavirus still strong.

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...

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Child Loses Thumb in Cement Mixer Accident

Doctors weren't able to save it, instead, Amarian has had a transplant of his index finger to replace the thumb.

Two women busted in strong-armed robbery case

One of suspects also charged with not depositing business funds.

UK Kroger Field to become vaccination central for teachers, others as it expands

Web site will keep updates o who is eligible, appointments,

Owingsville, Versailles residents, others named to state board

Appointments cover everything from local issues to state policy.