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COVID-19 hospitalizations are still increasing, but doctors in Louisville are seeing some trends that are giving them hope.
While plenty of fall activities are gearing up, others are getting canceled due to concerns around COVID-19.
One nurse says her most recent patients were of ages 20 and 38.
Businesses continue to adapt during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many are considering how to proceed after the Pfizer vaccine received federal approval.
It took seven-and-a-half hours to do the surgery on the patient with severe heart failure.
Gov. Andy Beshear declared this Health Care Heroes Appreciation Week.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville healthcare workers protested in opposition of vaccine mandates at local hospital systems on Saturday afternoon.
A month after getting an inside look at University of Louisville Hospital, members of Christopher 2X Game Changers' Future Healers program celebrated a picture day with local doctors.
Leigh Rae Kmiec says she might not be alive today, were it not for the Kentucky State Fair.
The hospital is now offering 24-hour care for heart attack patients.