Spokesman for the Vote Yes initiative in Marshall County Randy Newcomb says it unofficially secured the required voter support to hold a special election in the county.
Health & Wellness
Ronnie has poly-cystic kidney disease. It runs in his family. His mom died while on dialysis. His sister received a kidney transplant from her daughter. Ronnie needs a kidney to survive, too...
Kentucky recently became one of the first states to let pharmacists dispense without prescription a drug that can reverse a heroin overdose.
Those who want to take advantage can either get one free filling or one free extraction.
One local healthcare system is taking issue with US Preventative Task Force breast screening recommendations after discovering 53 cases this year that would have gone undetected.
An Illinois advisory board has voted to recommend that irritable bowel syndrome and migraines be added to the list of qualifying conditions in the state's medical marijuana program.
Murray-Calloway County Hospital's Wellness Works program will offer free community health screenings in May.
The program is aimed at decreasing the number of women who smoke during pregnancy and reducing exposure to secondhand smoke.
Quit Now Kentucky will be offering a free starter supply of nicotine replacement therapy medication to those who qualify while supplies last.
One in every 100 children in the United States has suffered abuse. It is a time to acknowledge communities working together to prevent child abuse.
The cells in your body that make up vital organs can be damaged beyond repair in just four minutes.
Volunteers with the Jackson County MRC help prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.
Today the hospital released this statement from acting CEO Dana Lawrence that says in part, 'it has been a privilege to provide care for Fulton residents for the past 30 years.
Before kids can run and play, they need the right footwear to kick start a healthy life.
Governor Steve Beshear signed the measure into law Wednesday morning.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the nation and rates in the Local 6 region are higher than the national average.
March is national nutrition month and in today's society, good nutrition is more important than ever.
While you are enjoying the warmer temperatures, some of you will soon start battling spring allergies.
Blood drives are being held all week at Graves County schools in memory of a student.
Department spokeswoman Melaney Arnold says the list answers common questions about the multi-step process.
We have dedicated this entire week to raising awareness about the unpredictable and often disabling disease. We end the week talking about what the future holds for MS sufferers.
Local 6's Mychaela Bruner has been researching MS all week. She sat down with a group of women who said you need support when dealing with the debilitating disease.
The American Red Cross canceled 90 blood drives in our region since mid February.
Not only is this weather a hassle, it can also impact how we feel. Many people are fighting the winter blues.