Darla Carter, The Courier-Journal

Darla Carter

The Courier-Journal

Louisville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Darla:

Flu gets early start in Kentucky with two confirmed cases in the Louisville area

State confirms two cases, both in Jefferson County → Read More

KentuckyOne deal could be a step toward hospitals' sale or a merger, analysts say

Catholic Health Initiatives' deal to buy out a Jewish foundation's interest in KentuckyOne Health could aid hospitals' sale or a merger, analysts say. → Read More

KentuckyOne Health pays $150M to Jewish foundation to cut ties with hospitals

KentuckyOne gives Jewish Heritage Fund $150M to give up interest in hospital → Read More

West Nile virus strikes 4 Kentuckians. 1 case confirmed in Louisville

Four Kentuckians, including one in Jefferson County, have been infected with the West Nile virus, according to state health officials. The state Department for Public Health announced the cases Friday and urged the public to take steps to avoid mosquitoes, which spread the potentially life-threatening virus. None of the recent cases have been fatal, according to the department. All of the cases… → Read More

Hopkinsville bound? Smartphone frustration may await you

Providers have taken steps to improve service but there still could be problems → Read More

Get your eclipse glasses here ... if you're lucky

Eclipse glasses are hot as excitement grows for the Aug. 21 show in the sky → Read More

10 hot spots to watch the solar eclipse in the Louisville area

The Aug. 21 event has inspired a number of viewing parties and celebrations in the Louisville area, including many that offer free eclipse glasses. → Read More

Eclipse 2017: 7 things to know about the eye risks

Experts stress the need to take eye warnings seriously. → Read More

Solar Eclipse day won't go unnoticed at the Kentucky State Fair

The Aug. 21 eclipse will not go unnoticed at the Kentucky State Fair, where special events are planned to observe the striking phenomenon → Read More

Norton Healthcare beats Baptist Health Louisville in US News rankings

University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital is No. 1 in the state → Read More

Beware: Unsafe eclipse glasses are flooding market

But some companies are skirting safety regulations and hawking unsafe wares to an unsuspecting public. → Read More

JCPS middle, high school dismissals will be delayed on day of eclipse

Jefferson County Public Schools has announced all middle and high schools will have a delayed dismissal in light of the solar eclipse on Aug. 21. → Read More

Tips for buying solar eclipse glasses

The solar eclipse is Aug. 21 and that means you'll need eclipse glasses soon → Read More

Beware: Unsafe eclipse glasses are flooding market as companies try to make a buck

The American Astronomical Society offers tips on how to avoid “potentially unsafe eclipse viewers" → Read More

Louisville area schools making big travel plans for the solar eclipse

The eclipse is prompting field trips to Hopkinsville and other viewing areas → Read More

JCPS knocks down eclipse rumors about banning viewing

Contrary to rumors on social media, Jefferson County Public Schools has not banned students from viewing the eclipse on Aug. 21. → Read More

Southern Indiana VA Outpatient Clinic gets new home

Veterans in the New Albany area now have a new place to take care of their outpatient health-care needs. The VA Outpatient Clinic has moved from Northgate Boulevard to a renovated facility at 4347 Security Parkway. “They saw their first patient today (Wednesday) at the new location,” said Judy Williams, a VA spokeswoman. Moving to a new location allows the clinic to provide primary care and… → Read More

Free Louisville heart clinic helps patients society has 'neglected'

The Have a Heart facility recently moved to East Broadway from St. Matthews to make it more easily accessible to patients → Read More

Now you can have your chocolate and snort it too. But should you?

Controversial product Coco Loko draws health concerns and widespread attention → Read More

Moped driver killed in head-on collision on Blue Lick Road

The victim died at the scene after head-on collision → Read More