Large moonshine operation busted in Louisville

LMPD investigators said they visited the location on an unrelated investigation. That’s when they noticed the stills and called Louisville Metro’s Alcoholic Beverage Control.Turns out, ABC officers had been watching the alleged operation since June, waiting for the right time to make a move.Tuesday, they said they went in with a warrant and found an …

(KY) A medical marijuana bill waiting for momentum gets a spark from Lexington

By Beth Musgrave   [email protected] Lexington city council voted Tuesday to support medical marijuana, becoming the largest city in Kentucky to back efforts to allow some patients access to marijuana. The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council voted unanimously during a specially-called meeting Tuesday on a resolution supporting marijuana for people with certain conditions.Bullitt County, Maysville and Mason …

(KY) GOV. MATT BEVIN AND AG ANDY BESHEAR GET SUED OVER MEDICAL MARIJUANA!

BECAUSE THIS STORY IS SO IMPORTANT IN KENTUCKY I HAVE INCLUDED TWO SOURCES OF INFORMATION.PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK TO THE VIDEO BELOW TO HEAR THE PRESS CONFERENCE WHICH WAS AIRED ON WLKY.THE LAWSUIT WAS FILED TODAY, JUNE 14TH, 2017, IN JEFFERSON COUNTY KENTUCKY AGAINST GOV. MATT BEVIN AND AG ANDY BESHEAR BY DANNY BELCHER OF …

Louisville judge sends defendant to prison because drug court ‘about to be eliminated’

By Jason Riley Connect LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Jefferson Circuit Court judge on Wednesday sent a defendant to prison instead of allowing her to get treatment in a local drug court, at least in part, he said, because drug court will soon no longer “be an option” in Kentucky. “It’s about to be eliminated,” …

Kentucky cancer cases may be ‘cluster’, Researcher finds excessive rates in Jefferson County

Monday, September 8, 2003 The Associated Press LOUISVILLE - A University of Louisville researcher says he's identified an excessive number of cases of lung cancer in western and southern Jefferson County. Looking at reported cases of cancer, ZIP code by ZIP code, epidemiologist and associate professor Timothy Aldrich attributed the large majority to tobacco smoke, …

Cannabis myths: Kentucky senator speaks out

    Sen. Perry Clark talks at Mensa event at Galt House in Louisville By Brad Bowman, Published: July 3, 2015 8:09AM Democratic Sen. Perry Clark spoke at the Mensa Annual Gathering in Louisville on Wednesday in an effort to clear the smoke about myths surrounding cannabis. Clark was one of several presenters invited to …