The 4 H's refer to head (trauma), heart (sudden cardiac arrest), hemoglobin (blood) and heat.
Community & Public Health
The Courier Journal looks at the different steps needed to reach a positive outcome when the worst happens in high school sports.
An in-depth look at sudden death in youth sports and the struggle to assure every athlete has a fighting chance when the worst happens.
Kentucky is one of 37 states requiring schools to have plans for what to do in a sports-related emergency. But are schools following through?
As part of its "Safer Sidelines" project, The Courier Journal created a database of every sudden death of an athlete in the U.S.
A public hearing on the bills addressed issues including evictions, workforce housing and fair housing.
After producing a series on addiction and homelessness, The Public’s Radio wanted to bring the reporting to people who are closest to these issues.
A lot of thought and effort went into one outlet's investigation of sudden deaths among high school athletes. Here’s an inside look into how they did it.
Addiction experts say the recent increase in overdose deaths could be linked to the closure of the Tenderloin Linkage Center, a facility that helped drug users and people without housing access services.