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UPDATE: All lanes reopened …Fire, medical call shut down I-75

UPDATE, 12:50 p.m. June 16, 2020 -- All lanes of I-75 northbound and southbound are open as of 12:50 p.m. Tuesday. ORIGINAL STORY FAYETTE COUNTY, Ky....

UPDATE: All lanes reopened …Fire, medical call shut down I-75

UPDATE, 12:50 p.m. June 16, 2020 -- All lanes of I-75 northbound and southbound are open as of 12:50 p.m. Tuesday. ORIGINAL STORY FAYETTE COUNTY, Ky....

Ft. Campbell soldiers headed to Afghanistan

About 10 Soldiers deployed from Fort Campbell to Afghanistan last week to provide medical support there.

University of Kentucky launches “Heart-2-Heart” to support healthcare workers

The University of Kentucky Colleges of Nursing and Agriculture, Food, and Environment are launching "Heart-2-Heart," a letter writing campaign to thank and support healthcare workers on the front lines of COVID-19. 

Foes push back against medical marijuana bill in Kentucky

Opponents of legalizing medical marijuana in Kentucky have pushed back as the focus shifts to the Senate.

Lexington CBD users hopeful ahead of medical marijuana senate vote

People in Lexington who use CBD are hopeful ahead of a vote to pass a bill that would legalize medical marijuana. 

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. 

Bill would ban abortion once heartbeat is detected

Performing an abortion in Kentucky would be illegal after a fetal heartbeat is detectable under legislation prefiled today by Rep. Robert Goforth, R-East Bernstadt.

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). 

Shelter open in Lexington for storm victims with medical needs

A shelter is open in Fayette County for storm victims with medical needs. 

UPDATE: Name of driver who hit pedestrian on Bellefonte Dr. released

The Fayette County coroner has identified the pedestrian that was hit and killed on Bellefonte Drive.

Secretary of State creates medical marijuana task force

One of Kentucky's top democrats is taking a big step towards bringing medical marijuana to the commonwealth.

PCSO: Medical Emergency may have led to deadly crash

There was a deadly crash overnight in Pulaski County that investigators say may have been triggered by a medical emergency behind the wheel. 

Lexington mom speaks out after son’s fall at school

A Lexington mother is speaking out after her son left school without permission Monday, and fell into a ditch. He took a trip to the hospital with his teacher and principal, but luckily, he walked away with only scratches. His mom, though, has a message for the community.

Louisville company, ex-president plead guilty in VA bed case

A Louisville manufacturer and its former president have pleaded guilty to federal charges related to medical beds that prosecutors say were defective and were supplied to a Veterans Affairs facility in Carrollton, Georgia.

Lawmakers finish work on medical review panel bill

Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to a bill altering the medical malpractice system by creating panels of medical providers to review claims of error or neglect.

UK plans regional medical school in northern Kentucky

The University of Kentucky has announced plans for a third regional medical school, with the latest campus to be located in the northern part of the state.

House OKs bill to expand Kentucky’s hate crimes law

The Kentucky House has voted to expand the state's hate crimes law to include attacks against police officers and other emergency responders.

Fast Recovery & Minimal Pain with Robotic Surgery – Georgetown Bariatrics & Advanced Surgical Services

Dr. Eric Smith of Georgetown Bariatrics and Advanced Surgical Services explains how you can get fast recovery and minimal pain with robotic surgery!

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