Kentucky News

Kentucky Patients Don’t Have Ebola

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Two Kentuckians showing Ebola-like symptoms don't have the deadly virus. WLEX-TV reports the two were quarantined at the University of Kentucky hospital but have since been released. Health officials say they're taking every precaution when it comes to suspected cases of Ebola.

Poll Giving Senate Edge To Grimes

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Louisville, KY) -- A new poll shows Senator Mitch McConnell may be trailing his Democratic opponent. The latest Bluegrass Poll shows Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes ahead of McConnell by just two points. The survey of likely voters gives Grimes a big edge in Louisville, with growing support in McConnell's typical strongholds ahead…

Ten Horses Die In Fire

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Oldham County, KY) -- An investigation is underway into a fire that killed nearly a dozen horses on an Oldham County farm. The blaze tore through a barn early yesterday, feeding off dry hay and engulfing vehicles inside. Ten miniature horses were killed when the roof of the barn collapsed, but their owner was able…

Sen. Paul Confident In GOP Heading Into Elections

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Undated) -- Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is confident the Republican party will have success in the November midterm elections. Speaking on the Senate race in Kentucky, Senator Paul says it comes down to supporting mining and coal. He says the state's economy has taken a hit with fewer mining jobs.

Dentists Asked To “Image Gently”

Posted On October 07, 2014

(Louisville, KY) -- The University of Louisville Dental School is pressing dentists to go easy when giving kids X-rays. The university is getting behind the "Image Gently" campaign, urging dentists to give child-sized doses of radiation when necessary. Experts say young patients are up to five-times more sensitive to radiation exposure than adults.