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PD: Cab driver shot dead in apparent heroin deal2m52s

PD: Cab driver shot dead in apparent heroin deal

Detectives are searching for the person who fatally shot a taxi driver at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. It initially appeared the shooter was trying to rob David DePhillips, 38, before firing at him through the window in the 900 block of Saratoga. Police said on Wednesday they believe the shooting is the result of counterfeit money being used to buy heroin.

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Published: December 13, 2017Updated: December 14, 2017
Keaton Jones Mom Appeals To Viewers To Not Let Her Mistakes Harm Her Son's Needs2m04s

Keaton Jones Mom Appeals To Viewers To Not Let Her Mistakes Harm Her Son's Needs

The mother of the bullied schoolkid whose tearful pleas broke so many hearts is under fire herself. Kimberly Jones is being called out over photos showing her, Keaton, and other family members posing with a Confederate flag. Keaton even apologized for his mom on Twitter after the backlash. “I love my mother but I also realize wrong is wrong. I hope we can put all her mistakes in the past and focus on bettering the world,” he wrote.

Family fights to save dog after attack2m08s

Family fights to save dog after attack

A Belle Glade family says they are frustrated because without treatment their dog may very well die. And according to the law, their predicament is somewhat their fault

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Published: December 14, 2017
St. Elizabeth staff drill for disease outbreak1m42s

St. Elizabeth staff drill for disease outbreak

Remember that whole ebola outbreak a few years back? The people at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Edgewood remember it. They've been taking a look at how they would handle that kind of emergency, preparing precautions in the event they receive a patient with a fever who recently traveled to a country with highly-infectious diseases. It was part of a statewide drill on how to handle a potentially deadly contagion in Kentucky.  "We need to practice. We need to drill," Lee Ann Ernst, coordinator of St. Elizabeth's Infectious Disease Response Team, said. "We need to look at the what-ifs." Response team director Dr. Dora Savani said the hospital has support from the state epidemiologist, the Kenton County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For the drill, the hospital installed a makeshift intensive care unit with rooms set up for isolation.  "This facility actually mirrors our real intensive care unit here," Ernst said.  They said they've learned a lot in the years since that ebola outbreak. "Hopefully we'll never need to use it, but if we do, we want to be prepared," Savani said.

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Published: December 14, 2017