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Family says Kentucky lawmaker is severely ill in hospital

A statement from family says KY House Majority Floor Leader John Carney is being treated for a severe case of pancreatitis.

Sickweather predicts Lexington flu activity to increase through 2019

A national upsurge of flu activity started the week of Thanksgiving and will grow until the second week of January, according to Sickweather predictions.

Flu activity to increase through holidays

According to Sickweather® predictions, an increase of flu activity nationally started the week of Thanksgiving and will grow until the second week of January.

UK confirms three mumps cases after symptoms reported

Doctors at the University of Kentucky say they've confirmed three cases of mumps days after symptoms started showing.

Chipotle stores to close for food safety staff meeting

Chipotle representatives say they are holding a company-wide staff meeting about food safety from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday.

Health department investigates possible salmonella in Estill County

The Estill County Health Department is investigating a possible salmonella outbreak in the community.

Lexington Fayette County Health Department Continues Flu Shot Program Starting Thursday

The Lexington Fayette County Health Department is starting to offer flu shots again starting on Thursday, December 18, at their new clinic on Newtown Pike.

Staying Health Before, During, After Vacation

If the kids are not on summer break yet, they will be shortly, and many of us will be hitting the road or hopping a plane for a trip, but you don't want your summer vacation cut short by illness.

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Icy roads possible factors in two fatal accidents on I-75 within two hours

Troopers say icy conditions may have played a role.

Feeding Kids, Feeding Community: Berea Kids Eat and community partners team up

Berea Kids Eat & Community Partners Team Up to Combat Food Insecurity and Support Local Businesses During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Midway University maintains tuition, fee freeze; reduces RN program cost

tuition rate for the RN-BSN program will be lowered, making that rate the most affordable in the region and much of the state.