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Reviving a Depression-Era Program Could Employ Young KentuckiansThe nation's youth unemployment rate is the highest it's been since the Great Depression, and some are calling for creating a new Civilian Conservation Corps to help rebuild the country's parks and public lands at a time of national crisis.

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Top 5 colleges for taking technical degree in KentuckyAre you looking for the best college to study exact sciences? Discover the top 5 colleges for taking a technical degree in Kentucky.

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Kentucky Kingdom awaits reopening date from stateGov. Andy Beshear said it's looking like Kentucky Kingdom would fall under the state's Phase 3 reopening plan in July.

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Coronavirus: Most Kentucky nursing homes pass COVID-19 inspectionsState inspections of Kentucky's nursing homes found that a majority were prepared for the novel coronavirus - though more than 1,700 residents and staff have become sick through the monthslong pandemic.

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Sources Say Podcast Ep. 44: Five-star guard Jaden Bradley joins the show! Also, the latest on virtual visits, Moussa Cisse, and Dontaie AllenKSR's Jack Pilgrim is joined by Travis Graf and David Sisk of Cats Illustrated for episode 44 of the Sources Say Podcast, where the trio of recruiting insiders breaks down Kentucky's recent run of virtual visits, Moussa Cisse's reclass decision, Johnny Juzang's waiver being approved, and Dontaie Allen's workout, 2022 five-star guard and major...

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Bobbleheads to benefit Kentucky School for the Deaf FoundationVirginia Moore has become somewhat of a celebrity during the last two months, as she has stood beside Kentucky Gov.

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Beshear Effigy Fallout, Road Budget Special Session, and Interview with Roberto HenriquezThis was a dark week for Kentucky politics, as a group of protestors stormed the Governor's Mansion and hung Gov.

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Kentucky residents, businesses help build new solar array; LG&E and KU add more solar generationJust ahead of the sunny summer season, LG&E and KU, together with their customers, are expanding renewable energy generation in Kentucky by adding more locally-grown solar energy to the grid.

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Kentucky woman, guilty of stealing millions from Visitors Bureau, denied shock probationA local woman who admitted to stealing nearly four million dollars from the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau will not be getting out of prison early.

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Kentucky football's Boogie Watson using Josh Allen comparisons as motivationSenior outside linebacker Boogie Watson has been knocking on the door of a breakthrough. As a junior, He finished last season 6th in the SEC in sacks.

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WATCH: Kentucky celebs participate in All-Cal Team fantasy draftFive famous Kentuckians joined in on a video conference to create their All-Cal Teams through a fantasy draft.

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Kentucky officer charged with sexual abuse, misconductAn officer with the Louisville Metro Police Department faces multiple charges after being accused of sexual abuse while on duty.

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What the 2019-20 NBA Playoffs might look like for the BBNBAThe 2019-20 NBA Playoffs could still happen and here's what it would look like from a Kentucky fan's perspective.

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Coronavirus: Kentucky returns to daily life as US toll hits 100,000Kentucky warily eases into daily life as nation's death toll from COVID-19 reaches 100,000.

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Two Cooper Students Graduate Without Ever Missing a Day of SchoolTwo students from Cooper High School graduate this year with perfect attendance, not just through four years of high school but through their entire academic careers.

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May is National Stroke Awareness MonthYou notice you're having trouble talking or moving one side of your body. What you do next could change your life.

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Blood donors needed during COVID-19 crisisEvery Friday, the American Red Cross is in Bowling Green so eligible donors can help area patients who need blood transfusions.

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NCAA extends recruiting dead period again, now through July 31The NCAA has announced another extension of the recruiting dead period, this time running through July 31.

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US: Kentucky election laws draw court challenge amid virusKentucky's new law requiring people to show a government-issued photo ID to vote drew a court challenge Wednesday from groups seeking widespread use of mail-in absentee ballots for the fall election, eager to protect voters fearful of coronavirus spread.

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Eight More Deaths Confirmed in NKY; Governor Says Cases are in DeclineEight more COVID-19-related deaths were confirmed Wednesday by the Northern Kentucky Health Department.

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Op-Ed: Disagree with Government All You Want but Leave Families AloneAs part of Team Kentucky, Andy Beshear and I made a commitment to be good teammates to our fellow Kentuckians, to end the divisive political rhetoric and verbal attacks by demonstrating the compassion, empathy and leadership we believe they deserve.

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Listicuffs Episode 3: Funkhouser Situation's Chris Tomlin vs Lee CruseIt's a Funkhouser Situation reunion as we bring together Chris Tomlin and Lee Cruse in KSR's battle of useless knowledge, Listicuffs.

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Boys and Girls Club of Butler County still hard at workMORGANTOWN Ky.-The Boys and Girls Club of Butler County staff is hard at work providing experiences and fun for the kids while they're away.

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Parkway extension projected to bring economic boost to Bowling GreenKentucky is investing in infrastructure and economic growth through the extension of Southwest Parkway into the South Central Kentucky Industrial Park.

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Senator Mitch McConnell talks COVID-19 funding in Bowling GreenU.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hosting a question and answer with the media in Bowling Green today at the Warren County Courthouse During the press conference, Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon, Western Kentucky University President Timothy Caboni, and Barren River District Health Department Director Matt Hunt discussed...

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Kentucky reaches 400 deaths from the coronavirus pandemicKentucky has reached another grim milestone in the fight against the coronavirus. Gov. Andy Beshear said Wednesday that the state has reached 400 virus-related deaths since the pandemic began.

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Former Kentucky star McDaniel leads Unbridled Tour after second roundFormer Kentucky star Chip McDaniel shot a second round 66 Wednesday afternoon to take a two-shot lead entering Thursday's final round.

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WeatherThe rain has pretty much moved out but may increase again overnight. Unsettled weather is expected again Thursday and Friday before cooler and drier weather arrives by the weekend.

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Kentucky Reaches 400 COVID-19 Deaths But Cases Still DecliningKentucky's COVID-19 numbers continue to decline although the state became the 29th in the nation to report 400 virus-related deaths.

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Scrubbed: Weather postpones NASA launchNBC News) SpaceX and NASA have scrubbed Wednesday's planned launch from Kennedy Space Center due to weather concerns.

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Eastern Kentucky man released from hospital after 70-day battle with COVID-19More than 3,000 Kentuckians have recovered from COVID-19 including Gary Abbott, a former educator and court bailiff from Wayne County.

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House minority leaders say Rep. Maddox to should resignKentucky House democrats are calling on their republican counterparts to censure a representative they say set the stage for Sunday's rally when protesters hung a likeness of the governor from a tree.

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The Matt Jones Podcast Ep. 72: Gregg Doyel from the Indianapolis StarOne of Matt's longtime friends discusses how he's evolved as a writer and a person.

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Cases still show decline, 'Survivor' celebrates after 70 daysNumbers down, masks and testing pushed, former bailiff is an inspiration.

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As some pools in Kentucky reopen, guidelines will be strictly enforcedSummer is here, but spending time lounging in or around a public pool won't be possible right now unless you are one of the people going to work out at a regulated swimming facility.

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2020 Mr. and Miss Kentucky Basketball Awards Ceremony to be held June 28Further details will be released in the upcoming weeks. This week the Kentucky Lions Eye Foundation staff will begin reaching out directly to candidates, award winners and ticket holders with more.

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REALTORS Hope for Hunger UpdateSOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY — Feeding America will be delivering the food to all schools Thursday, May 28th.

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Latest Covid-19 Numbers Suggest Kentucky on the DeclineGovernor Andy Beshear reported that Wednesday's updated coronavirus numbers continue to suggest that the state of Kentucky is no longer plateauing, but on the decline.

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What's it Like to Fly During a PandemicThe most recent data from the Transportation Security Administration shows the number of people flying in the US is up significantly from historic lows reported in mid-April.

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Robert John Sayyae, 54, of HopkinsvilleFuneral services for 54-year-old Robert John Sayyae of Hopkinsville will be Tuesday at 11am at Maddux-Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home in Hopkinsville.

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Doctors prepare for "Trauma Season"During the coronavirus pandemic for the last almost three months, much of the focus for medical professionals has been on Covid-19 patients.

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Advocates Say More Needs to Be Done to Lower Insulin CostsPresident Trump announced seniors on Medicare will have insulin prices capped at $35.

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Johnny Juzang ruled eligible immediately for UCLA after Kentucky transferJohnny Juzang, who left Kentucky in March after one season and committed to UCLA in April, was granted a waiver to play immediately next season for the Bruins.

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Lost GoatsTwo lost goats reported in the Rockcastle Road-Crisp Road area. If found call Brian Holder at 270-350-6663.

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Breaking down Moussa Cisse's finalists and upcoming decisionThe top shot-blocker in all of high school basketball is set to reclassify to the class of 2020, and Kentucky remains in contention.

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Kentucky Hospitals preparing for 'trauma season'Hospital officials say that if you have an emergency or urgent situation, whether or not it's COVID-19 related, they remain ready to help.

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Watch: Kentucky wing Dontaie Allen working toward comebackAlready rehabbing from a torn ACL in December of 2018, Kentucky signee Dontaie Allen broke his collarbone in a car crash a little over a year ago, meaning much of the 2019-20 season was spent steadily working to get himself back in the mix.

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South Carolina man accused of trying to entice Kentucky 13-year-oldA 39-year-old South Carolina man with a prior record of sex-related offenses is arrested for trying to entice a 13-year-old Kentucky girl for sexual purposes.

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New COVID Test Site Caters To Spanish SpeakersJose Donis, who sits on the board of the Kentuckiana Hispanic Business Council, helped bring the site to St. Rita Catholic Church in Louisville, said language barriers "definitely" cause apprehension among the Hispanic community when considering driving to a test site.

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Bad Weather Pushes Back Historic Crewed SpaceX LaunchStormy weather has forced the postponement of today's launch of two astronauts aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule from Kennedy Space Center.

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NKY organizations spice up food drive, lift community spiritsOver the past six weeks, the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission has handed out 1,600 boxes of food to families in need, thanks to help from the Team Kentucky Fund.

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Johnny Juzang receives waiver to play at UCLA this seasonThe NCAA has granted former Kentucky Wildcat turned UCLA Bruin Johnny Juzang eligibility for the 2020-21 season.

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LIVE: Beshear gives update on COVID-19 cases, testsKentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is set to give an update from the Kentucky Supreme Court on COVID-19 cases and plans to reopen more businesses Wednesday.

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Metts Adds Graduate Transfer Christian TooleyWKU men's golf head coach Chan Metts announced the addition of graduate transfer Christian Tooley to the 2020-21 roster.

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ACLU Files Lawsuit Over Photo Voter ID RequirementThe American Civil Liberties Union , along with several other groups, filed a federal lawsuit May 27, challenging Kentucky's voter ID requirement and asking the state to extend vote-by-mail past June.

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Kentucky tops 400 COVID-19 deaths, 9,000 positive cases8:45 p. m., 5/27/20Kentucky's coronavirus totals hit two new highs Wednesday while the governor said the state is beginning to see a decline in new cases.

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The Basketball Tournament will be back this summerThe Basketball Tournament announced its health and safety plan for the 2020 event, which will feature 24 teams playing at a single location over ten days this summer.

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Wednesday afternoon Cardinal news and notesThat feeling when sports are sort of, maybe, kinda starting to come back.

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100,000 Kentucky Voters Successfully Apply Online for Absentee BallotAs of May 27, 100,000 Kentuckians have successfully applied online for absentee ballots for the June 23 election, Secretary of State Michael Adams announced Tuesday.

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Man who hanged effigy of Kentucky governor fired from jobA protester who participated in hanging an effigy of Kentucky's governor at an armed rally on the State Capitol grounds has been fired from his job at an auto dealer.

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Kentucky reaches 400 deaths from the coronavirus pandemicKentucky reached another grim milestone in the fight against the coronavirus on Wednesday as Gov.

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Quarantine Epistle #4I hate to make generalizations and the older I get the less I care for any sense of sloganeering, bandwaggoning or views that lack a shade of grey.

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HIGHLIGHTS: Dontaie Allen is ready for a MAJOR comeback in LexingtonKentucky fans have been curious about redshirt freshman Dontaie Allen and his return to the floor following the torn ACL he suffered his senior year of high school that kept him out the entire 2019-20 season.

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Add Kentucky to list of states being sued to expand voting accessKentucky is the latest state to face a lawsuit asking for election law easement in the face of the coronavirus.

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UofL Baseball Player Named All-AmericanReid Detmers is the 11th two-time All-American in program history.

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Thursday Last Day for Caldwell Medical Center's Drive-Up COVID-19 TestingThursday is the last day to take advantage of drive-up coronavirus testing through the Caldwell Medical Center.

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Nelson County, Kentucky man killed after tractor runs into sinkholeA man in Nelson County was killed earlier this week when a tractor he was driving ran into a sinkhole, according to local authorities.

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WATCH: Joe Crawford tells tales from the Billy Gillispie EraThroughout the pandemic, Bradley McKee has been keeping busy by catching up with former Kentucky Basketball players on Zoom.

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Most Kentucky nursing homes have passed COVID-19 inspections despite widespread outbreaksOne national expert said it seems unlikely that most nursing homes in Kentucky or elsewhere were prepared for the coronavirus.

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Paula Eubanks, 65, of HopkinsvilleA private burial for 65-year old Paula Jane Eubanks of Hopkinsville will be at a later date at Riverside Cemetery in Hopkinsville.

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The Evolution of Kentucky's High School Football TalentOvernight, homegrown high school football talent is growing fast and it's providing UK a great opportunity.

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Man who hanged effigy of Kentucky governor fired from jobA protester who participated in hanging an effigy of Kentucky's governor at an armed rally on the State Capitol grounds has been fired from his job.

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Letter from the Editor: Soft openings, and a few harder onesIn a dissenting Supreme Court opinion in 1932, Justice Louis D. Brandeis wrote, "It is one of the happy incidents of the federal system that a single courageous state may, if its citizens choose, serve as a laboratory; and try novel social and economic experiments without risk to the rest of the country." This "laboratory" metaphor has never...

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Inciting ViolenceAlan Zendell, May 27, 2020 Brutus said it to Julius Caesar, John Wilkes Booth screamed it at Abraham Lincoln when he shot him, and Virginia adopted it as its state motto after King George's army surrendered at Yorktown.

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Jockey Club, Breeders' Cup, Kentucky Thoroughbred Association File Briefs In KHBPA Lasix CaseWhile Franklin County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Wingate has yet to rule on a motion by the Kentucky Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association aimed at halting Lasix-free 2-year-old racing at Churchill Downs, other industry organizations have given their opinions on the case.

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Commisioner Quarles Obtains Donations to Expand Mobile MealsCommisioner Quarles Obtains Donations to Expand Mobile Meals Kentucky Commisioner of Agriculture, Ryan Quarles has announced a large expansion of the mobile meal distribution for Kentucky schoolchildren during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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1 child found shot, 1 injured after Kentucky crashOne child was hospitalized with a gunshot wound and another for injuries from a broken glass after they were both found inside a car that had struck a telephone pole on Tuesday afternoon in Louisville, police said.

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VOTE: Best 'Also Known As" Nickname in BBN HistoryThere are a lot of good options in this collection of nicknames, but which one is your favorite?

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Lois Carter-Lacy, 91, of HopkinsvilleGraveside services for 91-year old Lois Carter-Lacy of Hopkinsville will be private. Hughart, Beard and Giles Funeral Home in Hopkinsville is in charge of arrangements.

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300,000 Florida largemouth bass being stocked in Kentucky LakeThe Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency partnered with a private group led by Charlie Ingram to start stocking the fish on Tuesday.

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New Coronavirus Cases Announced in Five Kentucky CountiesThe Green River District Health Department on Wednesday reported 29 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the district total to 656.

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Kentucky governor blames GOP for protest with hanging effigyKentucky governor blames GOP for protest with hanging effigy.

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Electronics Taken In Hopkinsville BurglaryElectronics, cash registers, and several other items were taken in a burglary on East 7th Street Tuesday night.

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NewsWest Kentucky Star's aim is to provide 24/7 constant local information updates for Paducah, western Kentucky and southern Illinois.

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REPORT: Bob Baffert's Undefeated Kentucky Derby Contender Tests Positive for Banned SubstanceIf the horse receives a suspension for the offense, Charlatan could miss the first leg of the Triple Crown.

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Carry out your Guinness, and dinner too, at Irish RoverThanks to Kentucky's newly enlightened alcohol laws, a call to the Irish Rover got me a pint of Guinness, and a delicious Irish dinner to enjoy with it too.

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Mix of sunshine and clouds, maintaining mild temperaturesSummer-like weather continues in Central and Eastern Kentucky. A cold front arrives on Friday, which will give us a better chance of showers and storms.

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Hopkinsville Crash Sends Oak Grove Man To The HospitalAn Oak Grove man was injured in a wreck on Pembroke Road at the intersection of Eagle Way Tuesday afternoon.

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Taking the temperature: How's your physical, emotional health?We asked five people from various backgrounds essentially the same question — how were they maintaining their physical and emotional health?

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Man Injured In Russellville Road Crash In HopkinsvillePolice have released the name of a man that was injured in a wreck on Russellville Road at the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King Way Tuesday afternoon.

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Kentucky Dates Committee Approves Keeneland Summer MeetDuring a May 27 video conference, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Race Dates Committee unanimously approved a request from Keeneland to run a five-day spectatorless summer meet from July 8-12.

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What is it is like to self-isolate?My personal experience with COVID-19 began when my boyfriend, Marshall, called to tell me that he had tested positive for the virus.

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State champion H.S. football coach suspended for practicing in FloridaOne of the top programs in Florida learned that the hard way when Max Edwards, head coach at Miami Northwestern, was suspended as his school investigated unauthorized athletic activity on his watch.

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Keeneland Will Conduct Summer MeetAfter receiving approval from the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Race Dates Comittee, Keeneland will conduct a spectator-free Summer Meet Wednesday, July 8 through Sunday, July 12.

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1958 National Championship Kentucky vs. Seattle 3/22/1958This game is very special to me because Kentucky won their 4th National Championship on my late grandfather's birthday.

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Thorns and Roses: The Worst, Best and Most AbsurdThe fatal shooting by police of Breonna Taylor made horribly public the kind of cowboy mentality that we know pervades the police force.

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Lakeside won't open this summer, leaving a hole in the communityLakeside Swim Club is an oasis, a place most people can find only on Google Earth, and its iron gates on Trevilian Way open up to a wonderful community.

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Hopkinsville Woman Reports Money StolenA Hopkinsville woman told police someone took money from her bank account on Friday. Hopkinsville Police say $1,000 was taken out of the account from an ATM without permission from the owner of the bank account.

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Local drive-in becomes music venueThe trend is hitting Kentucky, with last week's announcement that the Christian rock band Newsboys tour is coming to Sauerbeck Family Drive-In in La Grange on Thursday, July 2.

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A message from Louisville music venuesHere is an op-ed from local venues explaining why the music industry is in desperate need of help.

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KHRC Race Dates Committee approves Keeneland Summer MeetEven without fans, horses will run in July.

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Kentucky reaches 400 deaths from the coronavirus pandemicFRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky reached another grim milestone in the fight against the coronavirus on Wednesday as Gov.

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Tracy McGrady: 'I was going to Kentucky'There have been a lot of recruiting 'what ifs' in Kentucky basketball history.

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Jake and Elwood's masters the Chicago pieJake and Elwood's pizza is the classic, Chicago deep-dish, and it is very good indeed.

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Kentucky basketball recruiting: Moussa Cissee reclassifying to 2020One of Kentucky basketball's top recruiting targets is graduating from high school a year early to enroll in college next season.

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Keeneland's Summer Meet is happeningHorses will run at Keeneland this summer. This morning, the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission approved the track's request for a spectator-free meet from July 8-12.

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Balancing fitness and public health: Louisville gyms to reopen with safety measuresThe reopening date is a relief for fitness centers, but it also brings its own set of problems, including figuring out how to keep clients safe.

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Breonna Taylor's death does not call for a SWAT solutionThe longer I live, the more I'm convinced that this era will be remembered for two things: First, for our newfound capability to instantaneously analyze zettabytes of data to find ready solutions to the common problems of humankind.

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Whoa: Man with unlimited free time builds 70-step trick shotI can't say that I have either, but one guy has and he followed through with it by building "The Swish Machine" - an impressive piece of engineering that completes 70 steps before swishing a basketball as its final act.

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Kentucky election laws draw court challenge amid virusKentucky's new law requiring people to show a government-issued photo ID to vote drew a court challenge Wednesday from groups seeking widespread use of mail-in absentee ballots for the fall election, eager to protect voters fearful of coronavirus spread.

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COVID-19… for goodness sakeAn honest assessment of this global health crisis has to recognize the positives, even if they cannot offset the negatives.

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Kentucky to Receive USDA FundingKentucky is one of 36 states, along with Puerto Rico, that will receive funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to improve water and wastewater infrastructure in rural communities.

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KSR Show Thread, 5/27: It's Clay County DayKentucky Sports Radio radio is taking you to Clay County today for its county spotlight on the show.

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KSR Shop: Save up to 50% off sitewide!The KSR Shop and Kentucky Branded are having a Suntastic Super Sale for 48 hours!

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Trigg Students Qualify For Additional Benefits For FoodTrigg County School students will receive additional benefits in June as the result of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Moussa Cisse reclassifying to 2020, considering KentuckyWell, here's some interesting news to start your Wednesday. Five-star center Moussa Cisse, a top ten 2021 recruit, is graduating high school early and reclassifying to 2020.

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Kentucky crash: 4 dead after vehicle crash in Meade CountyOne other juvenile passenger in the Cadillac, a 14-year-old boy, was taken to University of Louisville Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead, and another juvenile passenger in the Cadillac, a 10-year-old boy, was taken to Norton Children's Hospital with injuries that do not appear to be life-threatening.

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Kentucky Roll Call 05-27Podcast by Kentucky Roll Call.

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Amid Kentucky Budget Struggles, McConnell Icy On Federal AssistanceSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he'll only support sending more federal funds to state and local governments if the money is spent on responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Great Lakes roadtrip1000 miles, 3 days and a lot of fun. That's how I can summarise briefly our Memorial Day weekend.

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Tucker's American Favorites escapes the worst of a nearby fire in New AlbanyAs the saying holds, no good deed goes unpunished. Add to this a "multiplier" effect of pandemic-borne business disruptions, most recently meat supply concerns, and some restaurant operators might be feeling a bit like Joe Btfsplk.

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Today on KSR: SpaceX lifts off, Fresh content dropsIt's not often that we start our days with science here at Kentucky Sports Radio, but later today, NASA and SpaceX will launch two Americans into space for the first time since 2011.

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Four people, including two juveniles, killed in Meade Co. crashTragedy has struck in Meade County as four people, including two juveniles, have been killed in a two-vehicle accident.

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Kentucky Basketball: Where the Wildcats stand in Yahoo NBA Mock DraftHowever, it's unlikely that all five will actually be drafted. Many of the players like Immanuel Quickley and Nick Richards have seen their stock fluctuate tremendously over the last few months.

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McConnell says another round of relief possible, stops short of committingFaced with a collapsed job market, Congress needs to tend to unemployment insurance funds supporting millions thrown out of work, but surging debt means there are limits to the scope of federal aid to help heal the coronavirus-damaged economy, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday.

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Letter: COVID-19 in Kentucky — a crisis or not?I am looking at deaths that might be related to viral symptoms to compare to number of COVID-19 deaths in Kentucky.

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Nursing homes continue to be hot spot of coronavirus activity, account for nearly 56 percent of state's deathsNursing homes in Kentucky continue to be hot spot of coronavirus activity as a long-term care facility had its residents evacuated over the weekend.

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The Cardinal Countdown: 99 Days Until KickoffTo kick things off let's get a pulse check on expectations for this season. Sure, a record prediction in May is nearly as meaningful as a mid-June 'Packer and Durham' radio show, but it will at least give us a read as to where we as a fanbase are sitting with less than 100 days until we kick it off.

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Wilma Petty, 87, of CadizFuneral services for 87-year-old Wilma Petty of Cadiz will be Thursday, May 28, at Rosedale Cemetery in Pembroke.

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Owensboro authorities looking for teen not seen since mid-MayThe Owensboro Police Department is asking for the public's help locating a juvenile missing since mid-May.

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FNB Bank Opens Lobbies To The PublicFNB Bank offices are back open to the public after being closed since March due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Kentucky Wildcats Football: Athlon Sports predicts UK's 2020 recordHow many wins do you think the Wildcats will get this season?

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Wednesday Quickies: Kentucky Sports Mount Rushmore EditionGoing back through history and looking at all the sports legends that came from the Bluegrass State, who would you place on your Mt. Rushmore?

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COVID-19 cases trending down in KY as 387 new cases reported over 3 day period. Now 8,951 cases in state.On Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear said at his coronavirus briefing that 387 new cases of the virus were confirmed in Kentucky between Sunday and Tuesday.

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Workspace 101: Woodford Reserve Master Distiller Chris Morris Opens Up His Kentucky OfficeOne of three generations of his family to work at Brown-Forman, Woodford Reserve master distiller Chris Morris has bourbon in his blood.

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Keeneland gets approval to hold Kentucky Derby, Oaks prep racesThe Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has approved Keeneland's request for a five-day, spectator-free meet July 8-12 that will allow the running of marquee prep races for the rescheduled Kentucky Derby and Oaks.

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Q&A: Why COVID-19 Modeling is Vital to KentuckyTeresa Waters is working with the University of Kentucky and the state of Kentucky to help better understand COVID-19.

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Protester fired from job after helping hang effigy of Kentucky governorA man who was involved in an effort to hang an effigy of Kentucky's governor outside the state capitol was fired from his job on Tuesday.

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Kentucky Derby favourite Charlatan fails drug testTwo horses trained by Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, including Kentucky Derby favourite Charlatan, have reportedly tested positive for a banned substances.

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Asparagus Farmer Running for Senate Gets Yang EndorsementA Lincoln County asparagus farmer and retired U.S. Marine who supports a universal basic income is running against long-time incumbent Mitch McConnell for U.S....

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Coronavirus in Ohio: Latest reopenings; cases; Beshear won't 'back down'With pools and gyms reopened in Ohio, Greater Cincinnati is starting to feel more normal during the coronavirus pandemic.

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McConnell: Reopening economy, developing vaccines key in COVID-19 fightSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the focus now must be on reopening the U.S. economy and developing vaccines for the coronavirus.

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Kentucky Wesleyan alum competes on 'The Titan Games'Bartley Weaver IV wears many hats - that of a Kentucky State Trooper. He's the number one ranked professional eater in Kentucky, number 32 in the world, and in 2019 he was the mascot for the Tennessee Titans.

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More Facilities Reopening At Land Between The LakesThe U.S. Forest Service announced Tuesday that more facilities at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area will be opening this week.

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Kentucky State Police searching for missing Paducah manThe Kentucky State Police Department is searching for a missing 21-year-old man. Austin T. Deboe, of Paducah, was last seen on Thursday, May 21, 2020, according to a KSP press release.

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Snake Causes Power Outage At Pee Dee SubstationImage: Pennyrile Electric Outage Map Pennyrile Electric officials say a snake caused a power outage that affected customers in Christian and Trigg counties Tuesday night.

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Kentucky and Indiana theme and water parks preparing to reopenKentucky Kingdom and Holiday World are two area amusement parks getting ready to open.

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Illinois 57 work to expand to Kentucky StreetWork on Illinois 57 in Quincy is set to expand onto Kentucky Street.

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Kentucky Derby favourite Charlatan's test results under review after Grade 1 winThe Bob Baffert-trained Charlatan, winner of the first of two divisions of the Grade 1 Arkansas Derby at Oaklawn Park earlier this month, did not pass initial.

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Kentucky Track and Field Earns 20 All-American Honors for 2019-20 seasonCongratulations are in order for 15 University of Kentucky student athletes who have picked up All-American honors for the 2019-20 indoor track and field season.

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John Wall feels "110%" following Achilles injury: "I'm itching to get back out there"The Kentucky Wildcat turned Washington Wizard is ready to return to the court following a series of devastating injuries.

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Kentucky responds to coronavirus outbreak at nursing homeKentucky officials say a coronavirus outbreak at a nursing home has forced the evacuation of dozens of residents to hospitals.

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Booker makes senate bid, sees common ground in KentuckyBY ZAC OAKES [email protected] Charles Booker has come a long way, from growing up in an economically disadvantaged neighborhood in the west end of Louisville, to running in the Democratic primary to challenge long-time Republican Kentucky senator, Mitch McConnell.

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Amid Kentucky budget struggles, McConnell wants restrictions on federal assistance to statesKentucky is bracing for budget cuts after the official estimate for how much money the state is going to bring in by the end of June was revised downward by $457 million, and state officials predict revenue will drop another 10 to 17 percent over the six months after that.

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John Tong: Fan Moments VIILet's place the blame for the current state of shrieking PA announcers at the source.

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Gov. Beshear Responds To Effigy, Armed ProtestA group rallied at the Capitol Sunday against the Governor's coronavirus restrictions.

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LSU expects to require masks on campus and maybe Death ValleyThe administrators at LSU expect a requirement for masks when students return to campus in the fall.

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Beshear responds to effigy, adding that he did not think his kids would be 'bullied or heckled by adults'During Gov. Andy Beshear's coronavirus briefing on Tuesday, for the first time at length, Beshear addressed a weekend protest at the Capitol that garnered national attention when a group of demonstrators marched onto the grounds of the Governor's Mansion and hung an effigy of Beshear from a tree.

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KSR's Freddie Maggard recognized as Home State Hero by UK footballThe former Kentucky quarterback has been recognized by the UK Football twitter account as one of its "home state heroes." The account has also honored Shane Boyd, Kash Daniel, Landon Young, Jacob Tamme, John Schlarman and Davonte Robinson, among others, in recent days.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear: 'I will not be afraid. I will not be bullied. And I will not back down'Andy Beshear on Tuesday addressed a hanging in effigy incident that occurred Sunday, stating he would not leave the governor's mansion despite protestors who chanted "just a windowpane away from where my kids play."

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John Wall speaks on launching rent relief program for D.C. residentsOn Friday, we learned of former Kentucky star John Wall's continued support for local residents in Washington, D.C. through the coronavirus pandemic.

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See, I was so busy doing nothing…I know. I have not posted a new blog for a week. And there's a really good reason for it.

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Tracy McGrady; Eddie Sutton; Chris OatsTracy McGrady was a guest on another podcast during which he mentioned he was going to be a Kentucky Wildcat had he not skipped college to go straight to the NBA out of high school.

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Beshear Responds to Effigy Hanging; NKY COVID-19 Cases at 1,150Governor Andy Beshear spent part of his press briefing on Tuesday, in which he offered updates on COVID-19 in the state, to address a weekend protest at the Capitol that included the hanging of an effigy of Beshear.

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Kentucky Public Defenders Caution Against Reopening Court SystemT he state agency charged with defending low-income clients in criminal cases is warning against prematurely reopening Kentucky's court system.

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Rivals ranks the top football uniforms in the SEC, Kentucky listed near bottomThe Kentucky football program has been experimenting with new uniform and helmet combinations since the start of the Mark Stoops era, but according to the fine folks at Rivals, it's not enough to put the Wildcats in the upper tier of the Southeast Conference.

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Charles Burch, 59, of GuthrieA memorial service for 59-year old Charles Keith Burch, of Guthrie, will be held Tuesday afternoon, June 2 at 2:00 at Cook-Webb Funeral Home.

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TBNK Comes Through for Local Governments, Public During PandemicAs local city and county governments were forced to move to remote, virtual meetings prompted by the social-distancing requirements of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky stepped to ensure that the public still has access to these meetings.

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Stack questions bar's actions, numbers still show decline"The numbers still look like we are in decline. But let's see what the numbers look like Wednesday," Beshear said, cautioning test results from labs that were closed for the holiday could offer a surprise.

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Amazon Fulfillment Center TourNew safety measures and protocols to protect the health of employees at Amazon.

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Coronavirus in Kentucky: 'I will not back down,' Beshear says. 387 new cases reportedUpdate, 5:45 p.m. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday there were 387 new cases of the novel coronavirus reported over a three-day period.

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Two Arrested, One at Large After Robbery in IndependenceTwo people were arrested following an alleged robbery that led the Kenton County Regional SWAT Team to a residence in Independence.

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Athlon Sports Predicts 7-5 Kentucky Football Season, Fourth-Place SEC East FinishUK can still play the disrespect card after first preseason college football magazine hits newsstands.

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Op-Ed: Over-Cautious Restrictions Taking Away Kids' Summer OpportunitiesUnfortunately, over-cautious restrictions are taking many summer opportunities for activity away from them.

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Lexington bar responds to criticism after video shows large crowdA Lexington bar is being criticized by some after a video posted to Twitter from over the weekend shows a large crowd in the business not social distancing.

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Former Henry Clay track star Langston Jackson named an All-AmericanKentucky earned 20 All-American honors through 15 student-athletes for their performances during the 2019-20 indoor track and field season, the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced on Tuesday.

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Newport Assistant City Manager Honored by Public Administration GroupNewport Assistant City Manager Larisa Sims received the Individual Contributor award from the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration.

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Lab Hires People Test COIVD-19 SamplesGravity Diagnostics have not only increased processing of testing samples but also added more personnel to help meet demand.

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Beshear responds to 'evil' and 'vile' acts, condemns hateGov. Andy Beshear gave an emotional response Tuesday to the "evil" and "vile" acts of hanging an effigy of him from a tree on the lawn of the Governor's mansion Sunday, and vowed to continue to "build unity" in the state and to "not bow to terror."

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Millwood man gets early morning DUIA Millwood man has been arrested on a DUI charge after an early morning traffic stop on White Street.

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The Matt Jones Podcast Ep. 71: Bomani JonesMatt Jones is joined by Bomani Jones, an ESPN television and radio personality that provides a perspective on sports and culture you can't find anywhere else.

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County to cut $15,000 from Kentucky Capital Development Corp.'s budgetOne part-time employee has been laid off after the Franklin County Fiscal Court announced plans Friday to cut $15,000 from the Kentucky Capital Development Corp.'s budget.

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Asia Seidt named H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the YearUniversity of Kentucky swimmer Asia Seidt has been named the female recipient of the 2019-20 Southeastern Conference H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Tuesday.

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Kentucky Track and Field Earns 20 All-American HonorsKentucky earned 20 All-American honors through 15 student-athletes for their performances during the 2019-20 indoor track and field season, the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association announced on Tuesday.

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Ashton Hagans Picks His NBA GOAT, Talks Kentucky Memories, More in B/R AMAAs he continues his preparations for the 2020 NBA draft, Kentucky star Ashton Hagans sat down with Bleacher Report to answer fans' most pressing questions Monday.

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Kentucky governor hanged in effigy: Who are the Three PercentersDid Three Percenters back Beshear effigy at rally? What to know about the Kentucky group.

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21c Lays Off 238 EmployeesThe layoffs and extensions are expected to begin May 28, 2020, and all potentially affected employees have been notified of their separation dates and that the separations will be permanent.

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Super Warm Temps for the rest of the weekTracking a summer-like pattern this week. Expect a mix of sun and clouds, daily, with afternoon and evening showers and storms.

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Tenth Case Of COVID-19 Confirmed In Trigg CountyA toddler has tested positive for COVID-19 in Trigg County. Pennyrile District Health Department spokesman Josh Ramage tells the News Edge a 2-year old female was confirmed as the county's tenth case Tuesday.

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One new confirmed case of COVID-19 in Grayson Co. since FridayThe Grayson County Health Department reported on its Facebook page on Tuesday that only one new coronavirus case has been confirmed in the county since Friday.

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Floyd County man leads police on high-speed chase after flashing clerkSome stories are just too good to make up. Today's comes to us from Floyd County, Kentucky, where a man was arrested last night following a high-speed chase that began when he flashed a convenience store clerk and ended in Frog Town.

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Appeals court hints at ruling in favoring of tossing mass gathering orderCiting a previous ruling in a similar complaint brought by Maysville Baptist Church that led to the opening of in-person church services in the state, the three-judge panel said the same exemptions cited in that ruling applied to the protest issue.

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University of Kentucky to use contingency fund to save jobsThe University of Kentucky's president says the school will use portions of its contingency fund to save nearly 100 school jobs during the next fiscal year amid continuing furloughs.

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Facility-wide Testing Taking Place at Nazareth HomeMore than 60 residents and staff have tested positive for the virus.

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You And 16+ Friends Can Relax On A Gorgeous 140-Acre Kentucky RetreatThis place has 8 bedrooms, 27 beds and 5 1/2 baths. You can enjoy kayaking, fishing, hiking, basketball and swimming in the pool.

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Goodwill Industries Continues Kentucky Reentry Programs During PandemicEfforts to help individuals with criminal records are continuing in Kentucky despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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LIVE: Beshear to give update on COVID-19, reopening more Kentucky businessesGov. Andy Beshear is set to give an update Tuesday on COVID-19 cases and plans to reopen Kentucky businesses.

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Kentucky nail salons reopen with customers and owners ready for safe pamperingMany hair salons opened back up on the Memorial Day holiday. Tuesday customers of area nail salons seemed equally happy to be back as the reopening phases in Kentucky continue.

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Mayor: COVID Killing Louisville African Americans DisproportionatelyMayor Greg Fischer, D - Louisville, reports African Americans currently account for 33 percent of the coronavirus-related deaths in the city while making up 23 percent of its population.

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Kentucky set to resume courtroom proceedings, trials on June 1Each judge will make individual rules for their respective courtrooms based on direction from the state supreme court.

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Mike Tomlin talks Kentucky football with John CalipariKentucky basketball coach John Calipari hosted Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin on his weekly "Coffee With Cal" Facebook Live series Monday.

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So why shouldn't veggies glow in the dark?It is no secret that guys avoid eating fruits and vegetables whenever possible. And who can blame them?

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VOLLEYBALL: Riverview's Walker helps Kentucky classFormer Riverview High volleyball standout Riah Walker is part of the No. 1 college recruiting class in the nation, according to PrepVolleyball.com.

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McConnell Touts CARES Funding, Thanks WorkersSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made his first public appearance in Kentucky since March to thank health care workers and tout funding to Kentucky hospitals from the CARES Act on May 26.

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Tuesday afternoon Cardinal news and notesOn what was supposed to be the day after Selection Monday in the college baseball world, Baseball America has Louisville in its "Eight for Omaha" for 2021.

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100,000 KY Voters Request Absentee Ballots"Voting absentee is easy, secure, and wildly popular," Adams said. "I'm grateful to the Kentuckians who understand that we have fewer voting locations available and fewer poll workers available because of COVID-19 - not only are these Kentuckians being good citizens by voting, but by voting absentee they're being good citizens in relieving the...

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The 10 best ACC dunks since 2000Both Donovan Mitchell and Montrezl Harrell make the list, although I'm not sure the dunk featured was the best college cram for either.

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Search of home yields drugs: KSPTroopers received info he allegedly was dealing.

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Mary Bridges, 80, of CadizFuneral services for 80-year old Mary Jane Bridges, of Cadiz, will be Saturday, May 30 at noon at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz.

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Charges Dismissed Against Breonna Taylors BoyfriendKenneth Walker was charged with attempted murder of a police officer.

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Jennie Stuart Health Announces Visitation Guidelines For Main CampusJennie Stuart Health announced new visitation guidelines that took effect Tuesday morning and will remain in place until further notice.

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Gas Prices Spike in Kentucky as Demand Increases NationwideGas prices in West Central Kentucky are 19 cents higher this week at $1.834, according to AAA East Central's Gas Price Report.

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NKY Young Professionals Named Finalists for Annual Awards"This is an amazing group of young professionals and the NGLAs are an excellent opportunity to recognize these young leaders in our region that are making a difference for their organizations, their clients, and their community," said Ross Emerson, the chair and manager of NKYP and an accountant at VonLehman.

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The Plan for the Return of UK FootballFor the rest of the team, their return to Lexington will be in stages. Each week, another group will be brought back , tested for the virus and then after a period of time, integrated with the rest of the team.

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FBS conferences, TV networks push back deadline for early season kickoff timesUsually, we get the kickoff times for the first three games of the season around June 1, but with so much uncertainty regarding college football this fall, that deadline has been pushed back.

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McConnell praises Beshear for reopening Kentucky's economyPolice search for stolen car near UConn suspect's last known location.

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UK Swimmer Asia Seidt is the SEC's Scholar-Athlete of the Year"I am so honored to receive the Boyd McWhorter scholarship," Seidt said. "The Southeastern Conference includes some of the most elite athletes in the world, and it has been incredible to be a part of the program for the past four years."

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Coronavirus in Kentucky: Louisville nursing home sees spike in casesMore than 60 residents and employees of a Clifton nursing home have tested positive for the coronavirus amid a statewide effort to test every individual who lives and works in a long-term care facility.

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Amid Kentucky Budget Struggles, McConnell Icy On Federal AssistanceSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he'll only support sending more federal funds to state and local governments if the money is spent on responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fabulous In Fayette Turns Four!May 16, 2020 marked four years since I launched Fabulous in Fayette! It seriously feels like yesterday I began this site to pay tribute to all the things I love in Lexington and Kentucky.

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Former Kentucky coach Eddie Sutton dies at age 84Sutton's family said the Hall of Fame coach died of natural causes at his home near Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Alligator found in Kentucky Lake likely a former petMay 26 - Wildlife officials said an alligator found in a Kentucky lake most likely was a pet released by its owner when it became too large to keep.

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Austin Schultz, John Rhodes Named All-AmericansKentucky sophomore infielder Austin Schultz and freshman John Rhodes were named All-Americans by Collegiate Baseball News.

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Kentucky's Mount Rushmore of Sports: Courier Journal staff picksWe've already asked you, our readers, to give us your opinion on who should make the "Mount Rushmore of Kentucky Sports" and you answered, tallying more than 8,000 votes to pick the winners.

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VOTE: Best Skill-Based Nickname in BBN HistoryWho has what it takes to make it through this round of Kentucky basketball and football nicknames?

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Lexington Lays Out Priorities for Federal FundsSocial services, affordable housing, and the city's Rainy Day Fund are among the top priorities.

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Kentucky governor condemns protesters who hanged his effigy: 'I will not be bullied'Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday spoke out after a group of protesters rallying to celebrate the Second Amendment and oppose coronavirus restrictions hung an effigy of the state leader outside the capitol.

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Kentucky coronavirus news conference set for Tuesday afternoonGov. Andy Beshear and state officials will give an update Tuesday afternoon on coronavirus in Kentucky.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear: 'I will not be afraid. I will not be bullied. And I will not back down'"They walked up and stood on the front porch. And there, just a windowpane away from where my kids play, the mob chanted and heckled," Beshear said.

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Maxfield back in Kentucky Derby pictureKentucky Derby prospect Maxfield was one of many Thoroughbreds who returned successfully from long layoffs as horse racing revved up during the Memorial Day weekend.

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Phil Steele "optimistic" that there will be a 2020 College Football SeasonI have five more head coach interviews today, going over each of their teams 2020 depth charts as I continue to work on the 2020 College Football Preview.

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Tuesday 4 p.m. is deadline to register to voteThe deadline to request an absentee ballot is June 15.

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Coronavirus in Kentucky: What you should know about nursing home testsIndependent living facilities, which serve more as apartments for seniors who can care for themselves, are not regulated by the government in the same way that assisted living and nursing homes are and have so far not been included in the state's long-term care response.

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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 256: Reggie Bush + Eddie Sutton + NC State head coach Kevin Keatts joins the showAfter taking a day off for the Memorial Day holiday, the Aaron Torres Podcast has returned, with a big time show.

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Coronavirus in Kentucky: 'I will not back down,' Beshear says. 387 new cases reportedKentucky Gov. Andy Beshear provided an update on the commonwealth's efforts to restart the economy and contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Deputy named, on leave in fatal shootingA man driving an ATV in the road was shot and killed by a Bell County sheriff's deputy after pulling a gun on the deputy, according to KSP.

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Parents of Kentucky high school graduate killed in crash after ceremonyA day of triumph and achievement quickly turned into tragedy for a Kentucky family Saturday.

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Lexington library sets full slate of 'virtual' summer funEach year, the Lexington Public Library hosts an extensive Summer Reading Program, which typically welcomes thousands of people for hundreds of in-person programs and activities as well as reading incentives for all ages.

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Kentucky Mom and Dad Die in Car Crash After Son's High School GraduationNancy and Lyndon Barnett died in the crash not long after marking their son Dalton's graduation from Fleming County High School, Principal Stephanie Emmons said in a statement.

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Richmond should provide stiff early-season test for KentuckyTo this point, Kentucky basketball has announced eight non-conference games for next season and even with the restructuring of the Michigan series, will still play Kansas in the Champions Classic to open the season in Chicago, Georgia Tech in Atlanta as part of the Holiday Hoopsgiving and UCLA in the CBS Sports Classic.

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Man charged with arson, wanton endangermentA 53-year-old Monticello man is charged with arson, wanton endangerment and other crimes.

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Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: Skyy Clark updates recruitmentClark is going to finish his high school career at Brentwood Academy, but even though he hasn't been able to play in the Nike circuit due to the coronavirus, Clark is still getting in reps on the court, and he's found some talented players to help him improve during these workouts.

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Registration now open for 2020 Lexington KSR Golf ScrambleThe fourth-annual event will take place July 20, 2020 at Champions Trace Golf Course at Keene Run Golf Club.

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Dave Colston, Grayson Co. public servant, bona fide hero dies after long illnessThe Falls of Rough community and all of Grayson County lost an unparalleled public servant and bona fide hero on Saturday, as Dave Colston passed away after a long battle with Alzheimer's Disease.

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UK Researchers Launch Online SurveyThe survey is part of the COVID-19 Prevention Project.

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May 22, 2020Bill Bryant and guest journalists discuss the latest COVID-19 information, the buildup to the primary election, and other news.

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Tracy McGrady keeps torturing us with the story of how he almost came to KentuckyOne of the biggest hypotheticals in Kentucky Basketball history is what the late 1990s would have been like had Tracy McGrady come to Lexington instead of making the jump straight to the NBA.

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Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Breonna Taylor's Boyfriend Kenneth WalkerOn Friday, prosecutors dropped attempted murder charges against Kenneth Walker, Taylor's boyfriend who fired at officers as they entered their apartment in search of drugs, The New York Times reports.

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Way After the Buzzer: UNC CharlotteWhat we're gonna do right here is go back, way back, back into time.

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Reopening schedules for Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana amid the pandemicAs the Tri-State begins to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, it's important to know that it will be a gradual process.

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