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This week on Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Deborah Reed, professor in the UK College of Nursing about a dinner theater program designed to get farm families to talk openly about their own health and safety.

Josh James / WUKY

A new nonprofit organization aims to reinvent Democratic politics in the state.

Kentucky AG Sues Johnson & Johnson Over Vaginal Implants

Aug 16, 2016
Office of Kentucky Attorney General

The Kentucky Attorney General announced Tuesday that he's seeking thousands of dollars in damages for each patient in the state who got a vaginal mesh implant made by Johnson and Johnson and its medical device unit, accusing the companies of conducting a deceptive marketing campaign.

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The battle for control of the Kentucky House is coming to a radio station near you, if you live in a district represented by top Democratic leaders in the chamber.

Karyn Czar

Guilty pleas in several drug trafficking cases are serving as landmark prosecution in the efforts to disrupt Kentucky’s opioid epidemic. 


Supermarket chain Kroger is taking the lead in supplying anti-opioid overdose drug to customers without a prescription, but purchasing the drug won’t be as simple as picking up a box of Tylenol.

Josh James / WUKY

University of Kentucky HealthCare officials and a celebrity chef welcomed hungry visitors to Chandler Hospital’s new dining facility Monday.

Associated Press

A $500,000 contract awarded by the state's Republican governor to investigate his Democratic predecessor has survived a challenge in a state legislative committee.

Man Stabs Father During Church Service In Bowling Green

Aug 15, 2016
Associated Press

Police have released the name of a man accused of stabbing his father at a church service in Bowling Green.

Celebrities, Bourbon And Brand Hoarding This Week On The Business Side

Aug 15, 2016
Associated Press

This week on the Business Side Alan Lytle talks with Justin Thompson, editor in chief of The Bourbon Review about film actor Matthew McConaughey's new multi-year contract with Wild Turkey as the brand's creative director and what that might mean for the bourbon industry.  They also talk about the disturbing trend of secondary marketeers scooping up limited edition bottles of bourbon, much like a ticket scalper, then selling the collectibles for inflated prices.  Is there anything distilleries can do about this?  Should they care?