In just the last year 16 warnings have been issued by the FDA, all on popular psychiatric drugs. Those warnings talk about possible liver damage-- leading to death, suicidal thoughts, and frightening hallucinations.
That's just what we know now.
Now the question is: What about the effect will these medications have in the future?
Updated: 1:25 PM
Students and teachers at Park City Elementary are celebrating hands-on learning.
Updated: 5:54 PM
The former Tompkinsville Middle School teacher accused of having a relationship with a student then running away to Mexico with the boy appeared in court again Wednesday.
Posted: 4:44 PM
The attorney general's office has asked a judge to allow a special grand jury continue its investigation into hiring practices by Governor Ernie Fletcher's administration.
Posted: 2:06 PM
Two special operations soldiers based at Fort Campbell died when their helicopter was shot down in Iraq this week.
Posted: 2:03 PM
More and more children are becoming medicated every day. Also every day more is found out about those very medicines your children are taking.
Updated: 1:05 PM
If you cast your ballot in on the May 16th Primary Election, the numbers indicate you're not in the majority. Courtney Lassiter reports.
Posted: 7:31 AM
The boom of psychiatric medications used in children started nearly 2 decades ago. Then it was seen as the perfect fix. Years later, more tests and studies showed a very different picture.
That picture is becoming all too real for many who suffer from adverse side effects or even addiction.
Updated: 7:08 PM
These are the primary results from those state and federal races with a direct impact on South-Central Kentucky.
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These are the primary election results for the major races in Monroe, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Russell, Simpson, Taylor, and Todd Counties.
Updated: 4:26 PM
These are the primary results for the major races in Grayson, Green, Hardin, Hart, Hopkins, Logan, and Metcalfe Counties.
Updated: 3:16 PM
These are the primary results in the major races in Adair, Allen, Breckinridge, Butler, Christian, Clinton, Cumberland, and Edmonson Counties.
Updated: 9:29 AM
These results only include those races with contested primaries.
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A major anti-drug group is warning you that many teens are bypassing drug dealers in favor of the family medicine cabinet.
Updated: 3:20 AM
Since the war in Iraq began, soldiers with the National Guard have been an integral part of the fighting. Kentucky National Guard troops have proven to be especially skilled in their specific duties. Many of them go through specialized training right here in south central Kentucky.
Posted: 7:21 PM
A car raffle will raise money for a local Habitat chapter.
Posted: 5:25 PM
Turning off the lights and watching the temperature on the thermostat has gone a long way at Moss Middle School.
Updated: 7:18 PM
Five law enforcement agencies conclude a year-long investigation, with the arrest of six men and one woman on federal drug charges.
Posted: 4:51 PM
Deadline looms for absentee voters!
Updated: 1:20 PM
Toxicology reports show alcohol was not involved in the death of a Butler County Woman.
Updated: 8:03 PM
6 Northern Kentucky University students could see charges of dismantling an anti-abortion display dismissed...
Posted: 8:15 AM
A Morgantown man is dead after wrecking his dirtbike yesterday afternoon.
Posted: 3:53 AM
Time is almost up for nearly six million Americans on Medicare
trying to meet the May 15th prescription drug plan deadline.
Updated: 9:01 PM
The Judge overseeing Governor Fletcher's criminal case wants the State's Chief Executive to appear personally at his arraignment
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Years of hard work finally paid off for WKU Students
Updated: 8:41 PM
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