Special Reports

What You Need to Know about Kentucky’s New IDs

Beginning January 2019, Kentucky will finally be compliant with the federal 2005 Real ID Act mandating additional security requirements for state-issued IDs. Congress...
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Seven Kentucky Hospitals Named Among The Best In The U.S.

As consumers, we’re always searching for the best products or services to meet our needs and choosing a hospital or healthcare facility should...
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Local Hospitals’ Latest Safety Scores Remain Underwhelming

In the latest nationwide hospital safety scores report released for Spring 2017, 3 Louisville-area hospitals maintained a “D” grade while most other area...
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VW Pleads Guilty in Scandal

German automaker Volkswagen (VW) pleaded guilty Friday to three criminal charges in the diesel emissions scandal first revealed in September 2015. The guilty...
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Local Area Hospitals Graded in National Survey Evaluating Safety Standards

We all want the best for our loved ones and ourselves and that obviously includes hospital care. Unfortunately, Louisville-area hospitals did not score...
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Volkswagen Agrees to Pay Almost $15 Billion to Settle U.S. Emissions Scandal

In the largest automotive scandal settlement in U.S. history, German-based Volkswagen announced June 28, 2016 it has agreed to pay almost $15 billion...
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Proposed Bicycle Helmet Bill Seeks to Protect Children from Traumatic Brain Injuries

Learning to ride a bicycle is an integral part of childhood, and accidents are probably going to happen, but head injuries do not...
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Kentucky Adult Caregiver Misconduct Registry Helps Protect Commonwealth’s Most Vulnerable Citizens

In one of his last acts before leaving office, Governor Steve Beshear announced a new regulation that will take effect January 1, 2016...
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End of Daylight Saving Time Is Great Time to Check Smoke & Co Detectors

The end of Daylight Saving Time is a great reminder to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. And if...
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Kentucky Public School Safety Findings Fail to Make the Grade

Lawmakers learned earlier this week that Kentucky public schools are not making the grade on the subjects of bullying, harassment, and threatening others....
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