St. Vincent’s New Therapeutic Sensory Playground

Children and their families were the first to check out the Patricia Browning Stone Sensory Playground at Monday’s grand opening. But the Tri-State’s newest indoor and outdoor playground has a greater purpose - helping children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD).

NICU babies dressed up for Halloween

Most of the babies who land in a neonatal intensive care unit need help just to eat and breathe. So the NICU can be a scary place.But these St. Vincent nurses helped make Halloween a little less spooky for babies and their families.

Domestic violence class for victim’s family, friends coming to Albion Fellows

October is domestic violence awareness month but come January a new class for victim's friends and families will be offered at Albion Fellows Bacon Center equipping victim's loved ones with communication tools and approaches to effectively help victims of domestic violence.

14 News Special: Choosing to Survive

The one hour special is hosted by our Beth Sweeney.

Hemp in Henderson, couple grows hemp for CBD oil on family farm

A Henderson couple is growing hemp for CBD oil on their family farm as part of the Kentucky Dept. of Agriculture Industrial Hemp Pilot Program. Alex Russell and Michael Johns say hemp, the non-psychoactive botanical cousin of marijuana, has health benefits without the high.

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