“This is just such a devastating shock. It’ll just leave such a hole in our heart forever they can never be filled,” Demello told WECT through tears on Monday. “If these kids could just realize not only what this could do to them, but how devastating it is to everybody around them. I’m just begging them to please go get their shots.”
Despite the dwindling number of unemployment claims being filed compared to the beginning of the pandemic, fraud within the Kentucky unemployment system is up, according to numbers obtained by WAVE 3 News.
A 57-year-old Kentucky woman became the first woman in the world to receive the new Aeson bioprosthetic total artificial heart and the third in the country, following two other American male recipients.