No, the FDA has not approved medical marijuana for any illness Wednesday, Jan 12 2022 

Researchers say there isn't enough scientific evidence yet to approve the drug for any illness, but clinical trials are on-going.

        

Man in Texas facing felony charge in connection to missing Kentucky teen Monday, Jan 3 2022 

Officers in Texas confirm they have charged a person with a felony in connection to the missing Shively teen.

        

‘We’re all just praising God’: Kerry Brooks, missing Shively teen, found safe in Austin, Texas Tuesday, Dec 28 2021 

Shively Police said 14-year-old Kerry Brooks was found in Texas by an Austin Police Department officer late Monday night.

        

Live Tracker: Here’s where Santa Claus is this Christmas Eve Friday, Dec 24 2021 

COVID-19 won't stop Santa from making his rounds and NORAD is tracking Mr. Claus' trip across the globe for a 66th year.

        

Fishers company builds sustainable homes for Kentucky tornado victims Thursday, Dec 23 2021 

Workers at Land Betterment Corporation, headquartered in Fishers, delivered four "ekō" homes to Dawson Springs, Kentucky this week.

        

Rear guards on trucks now more scrutinized: Companies, drivers face hefty fines Thursday, Dec 9 2021 

The added scrutiny was included in the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed in November.

        

101-year-old returns to Pearl Harbor Tuesday, Dec 7 2021 

Pearl Harbor survivors and World War II veterans are gathering in Hawaii this week to remember those killed in the Dec. 7, 1941, attack.

        

Kentucky infantry company deploys to Horn of Africa with Virginia National Guard Sunday, Nov 28 2021 

For the first time in 10 years, two groups of soldiers from a Somerset-based battalion of the Kentucky National Guard will be sent to different operations.

        

Jobless claims hit lowest record in half a century Wednesday, Nov 24 2021 

The number of Americans applying for unemployment took a nose dive last week to the lowest level in half a century.

        

Ford to start STEM training programs for K-12, college students in preparation for battery plant opening in 2025 Wednesday, Nov 17 2021 

The new infrastructure package signed into law is part of what's allowing Ford to expand its electric vehicle production.

        

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