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Battery Hooper Days to Be Celebrated in Ft. Wright this WeekendBattery Hooper Days returns to the James A. Ramage Civil Warm Museum in Ft. Wright this Saturday and Sunday at Battery Hooper Park.

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Two NKY Officers Graduate from State Police AcademyTwenty-nine law enforcement officers graduated from Kentucky's basic training academy this week, including two from Northern Kentucky.

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785 New COVID-19 Cases in Ky.; 29 in NKY785 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 were announced Thursday by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, bringing the state's total to 37,686 since the pandemic began.

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Cadiz Wreck Sends Woman To The HospitalA woman was injured in a wreck on US 68 at the intersection of Rocky Ridge Road in Cadiz Thursday afternoon.

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Trigg, Lyon Counties Report New COVID-19 CasesOfficials with the Pennyrile District Health Department confirmed two new COVID-19 cases in Trigg County and one in Lyon County Thursday.

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Christian County Officials Announce 11th COVID-19 DeathOfficials with the Christian County Health Department announced the countys 11th COVID-19-related death. Health department director Kayla Bebout confirmed the death Thursday afternoon.

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KSU Professor Helps Create SturddlefishKentucky State University assistant professor in aquaculture Dr. Ken Semmens called the hybrid species the result of "biological curiosity." Semmens has been working with paddlefish since the 1980s and was part of the team that created the sturddlefish, which is a cross between the American paddlefish and the Russian sturgeon.

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Motive A Mystery In 5-Year-Old's MurderWILSON, N.C.  Investigators are still searching for a motive in the murder of a 5-year-old boy shot to death at point-blank range as he played in the yard of his fathers Wilson, North Carolina home.

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Dozens Of Pipe Bombs Found In Florida Man's HomeWPTV)  A Boynton Beach, Florida man who police say built and set off several pipe bombs near his apartment told detectives hes been making devices for years and buys the materials on eBay, according to authorities.

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Massie, Owensby Comment on HBO's "The Swamp" Which Features the NKY CongressmanNorthern Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie is featured in the new HBO documentary The Swamp, which tells a story of what is characterized as three renegade Republican members of the.

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Glenn McGill, 83, of CadizFuneral arrangements are incomplete at this time for 83-year-old Glenn "Ed" McGill, of Cadiz. Goodwin Funeral Home is in care of arrangements.

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Dozens of TARC Employees Protest Unsafe ConditionsWorkers protested outside of TARC headquarters saying they are putting their lives at risk each day to ensure public transportation is available to all Kentuckians and TARC is not providing them the necessary tools to protect themselves.

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More Lane Closures Coming to I-71/75Northbound Interstate 71/75 at the Cut-in-the-Hill in Covington will be reduced to a single lane on Friday night between the 5th Street exit and the Brent Spence Bridge.

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Biden Calls For Mask MandateNBC News)  Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday accused President Trump of failing to lead in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, saying more needs to be done now.

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More positive coronavirus tests at Fayette jailAccording to a daily report from Capt. Matt LeMonds, the Lexington Division of Community Corrections, under direction of the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department, has as of Thursday afternoon.

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Horizon League Postpones Fall Sports SeasonThe Horizon League announced that it has postponed the fall sports season, impacting Northern Kentucky University's soccer, volleyball, cross country, golf, and tennis programs, as well as baseball and softball programs which hold competitions in the fall.

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Op-Ed: Ban Conversion Therapy in KentuckySpecifically, I will be supporting the Mental Health Protection Act this spring. This bill focuses on exactly what the title implies: the mental health of our children.

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Boone Co. Fentanyl Death Results in IndictmentA Cincinnati man was indicted on a federal charge Thursday related to the death of someone using fentanyl in Boone County.

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Household assistance may be next city program to address coronavirusCity councilmembers endorsed $1.9 million for the Household Assistance plan immediately. Other proposals in Gorton’s plan will be discussed in a Council Committee of the Whole meeting on Aug.

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Baseball Hats with Masks AttachedLexington man invents baseball cap with masks attached to it to make sure he never forgot it again.

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Sibling rivalry: Serena beats Venus to take 31st meetingLEXINGTON, Ky. — Serena Williams came back and won the last four games to beat older sister Venus 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in a hard-hitting, back-and-forth, second-round matchup at the Top Seed Open.

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Food insecurity, food bank needs real issues, lawmakers toldLawmakers on the Tobacco Settlement Agreement Fund Oversight Committee heard testimony Thursday on COVID-19’s effect on food insecurity and hunger in Kentucky and how state funding has helped meet the needs of hungry Kentuckians across the state.

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150 Days: Calls For Justice in Breonna Taylor Case ContinueLOUISVILLE, Ky.  Thursday marked 150 days since Breonna Taylor was killed by police inside her Louisville, Kentucky apartment.

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LIVE: Kentucky reports 785 new COVID-19 cases, 6 deathsFRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear is giving an update on Kentucky's coronavirus response Thursday at 4 p.m.

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Adult And Three Children Injured In Todd County WreckA wreck on US 68 in Todd County sent a man and three children to the hospital Thursday afternoon.

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Large Amount Of Drugs Found In Christian CountyA search of a Dawson Springs Road home led to a large amount of drugs, money, and surveillance equipment Wednesday.

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Trump Campaign Adviser Promotes Questions About Kamala Harris' CitizenshipIs a new birtherism movement brewing regarding Kamala Harris?

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Drug conspirator sentenced to 85 months in prisonAccording to Pulaski County Sheriff Greg Speck, Michael Davidson was sentenced in federal court Thursday by U.S. District Court Judge Robert Wier after being convicted of conspiracy to distributing 50 grams or more of methamphetamine and 40 grams or more of fentanyl.

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Hotel industry worried about UK football plans, Keeneland and moreThe Bluegrass Hospitality Group has been saying 'let's just get to fall, let's just get to fall' but not knowing what the fall will look like especially in terms of sports is causing some serious concern.

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WATCH LIVE: NBC News Special Report: Coronavirus in the ClassroomNBC News)  Lester Holt hosts an NBC News Special Report with advice and reporting for students, parents and teachers as schools begin to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Lolita Wharton, 52, of CadizA Celebration of Life for 52-year old Lolita Lavette Wharton of Cadiz will be Thursday afternoon, August 20, at 2:00 at King's Funeral Home in Cadiz.

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Green for Life to Purchase WCA WasteA Canada-based waste company could purchase WCA Waste, a company that serves many residents and businesses in the region.

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UK College of Medicine COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Shows Positive Preclinical ResultsThe University of Kentucky College of Medicine is part of the worldwide race to find a COVID-19 vaccine and has announced some positive news concerning its.

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Deloris Keene, 76, of LexingtonFuneral services for 76-year old Deloris Jean Keene of Lexington, formerly of Hopkinsville, will be Saturday morning, August 15, at 11:00 at Maddux-Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home in Hopkinsville.

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Josephine Sculpture ParkThe mission of the Josephine Sculpture Park is to connect people to each other and the land through the arts.

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Benton Man Sentenced to Five Years on Unlawful Imprisonment ChargesA Marshall County man was sentenced to five years in prison Wednesday on charges he threatened a woman before she jumped from a moving vehicle in Land Between the Lakes last year.

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Rotary Club of LexingtonThe Rotary Club of Lexington provides service to others while promoting integrity, and advances world understanding and peace through a fellowship of community leaders.

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Under The HoodJason Shade from S&S Tire gives us our tip of the day from Under The Hood!

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Kentucky State Police Hiring TelecommunicatorsKentucky State Police is seeking to fill several full and part-time telecommunicator positions at 14 various post locations across the Commonwealth.

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Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas recovering from COVID-19Wayne Lukas is recovering after recently testing positive for COVID-19. That's according to a tweet posted by grandson Brady Wayne Lukas.

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ACC meeting for "final, final" decision on college football at 4:30 PMThe ACC is set to announce a finalized plan regarding the fall college football season this afternoon.

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Colorado: One killed, four injured in machete attackFamily of Jack Barefoot hopes to raise money to help teen recover after loss of fingers.

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Stiffer Penalties for CarjackingThe FBI and several other agencies announced the formation of a task force that will take carjackings to the federal level.

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Portion Of Lafayette Road In Hopkinsville To Be Closed MondayMotorists traveling in Hopkinsville need to be aware contractors will close Lafayette Road near Country Club Lane Monday to move additional sections of the pedestrian bridge into place, weather permitting.

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Thursday afternoon Cardinal news and notesMy man Ouji talking shop with Lamar Jackson in simpler times.

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K Week: Freshman welcome week has kicked offK Week has officially kicked off for Freshman at UK but it looks much different than it has in years past.

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WATCH: Go Behind the Facemask with Boogie Watson and Landon YoungGet to know two leaders of Kentucky's football team, Boogie Watson and Landon Young.

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Wilmore, KY: Preservation Archivist, Asbury UniversityOversees policies and procedures for the conversion and digitization of multimedia for long-term preservation. Catalogs and describes items for discovery.

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Local Businesses Continue to Struggle in VersaillesVERSAILLES Ky. – It’s been more than five months since COVID-19 began to change the way we live.

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COVID-19 Outbreak Hits Minnesota Food Processing FacilityGLENCOE, Minn.  A Minnesota food processing facility is working to slow a coronavirus outbreak among its employees.

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Home healthcare group hiring in central Kentucky, ready to invest in local communityLHC Group specializes in home health care, and have seen their need for staff increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Terry Wilson Named to Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Watch ListThis afternoon, UK quarterback Terry Wilson was officially named to the 2020 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Watch List, which honors the top quarterback in the nation annually.

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Terry Wilson named to Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Watch ListKentucky quarterback Terry Wilson has been named to the 2020 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Watch List honoring the top quarterback in the nation, it was announced by the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and presenting sponsor A.O. Smith Corporation.

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Princeton Man Facing Multiple Charges in Lyon CountyA Princeton man is facing several charges in Lyon County following two separate incidents in July and August.

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AAA: Plan for future travel, less contact with airport pre-screening programFor the foreseeable future, those traveling for business or leisure will be looking to reduce person-to-person contact as well as the time they spend in crowded areas like airports, ” said Lori Weaver Hawkins, public and government affairs manager for AAA Blue Grass.

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Breonna Taylor: Kentucky AG met Taylor's family for first time over 150 days after her deathCNN)Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron met with Breonna Taylor's family for the first time on Wednesday, more than 150 days after Louisville Police killed her in her home.

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Survey shows impact of in-home school and childcare on Kentucky's workforceA survey of business leaders across the state in the wake of changes to schools and childcare due to the COVID-19 pandemic shows a large part of the state's workforce have children under 18 and will have to teach from.

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Bryce Hopkins' father breaks down Kentucky virtual visit with KSRBryce Hopkins' father spoke with KSR moments after his family's virtual visit with Kentucky to break down the conversation and update fans on his son's recruitment.

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Kentucky Girl Scouts Donate More Than 8,000 Boxes of Girl Scout Cookies to 49 Social Service AgenciesThe Girl Scouts typically set aside a portion of their cookies to donate to local community causes annually, but due to COVID-19 and its impact on door-to-door and booth sales, the scouts had a surplus to give this year.

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Lawrenceburg to show off with 'Dining Downtown'From 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, a new event called Dining Downtown will be held in the middle of Main Street, according to Kendall Clinton, executive director of the County Tourism Commission.

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Flash Flood Watch Issued Thursday For Most Of Western KentuckyThe National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a Flash Flood Watch in effect until 9:00 Thursday night for most of western Kentucky with the exception of Christian, Logan, Muhlenberg, Todd, and Trigg counties. Meteorologists indicate scattered,.

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Logan County Hires Nathan Thompson as new Boys Basketball CoachBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  Logan County High School has finally found their new boys basketball coach in former Russellville High School star, Nathan Thompson.

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PALAVERING WITH BEULAH: Kentucky Tera PartyMy sister and I dreamed of sharing a house and creating companionship and enjoying our golden years together. And now, we were living it.

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Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission votes to sue stateFRANKFORT, Ky. — The board that oversees the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources has voted to sue Gov.

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Caught On Camera: Cops Lift Car!MESA, Ariz.  Newly released body-camera footage showed two Mesa, Arizona police officers scrambling to rescue a man pinned beneath a car.

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Senators propose College Athletes Bill of RightsThe fight for players' rights has reached Capitol Hill. This morning, a group of ten U.S. senators, led by Cory Booker, announced plans for a "college athletes bill of rights" to guarantee NCAA student-athletes monetary compensation, long-term healthcare, lifetime scholarships, and the ability to transfer without penalty.

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Kentucky offers portal to apply as election poll workerFRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams has unveiled a process for voters to apply to serve as poll workers for the November election.

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Kentucky State Police looking for new telecommunicatorsOfficials say the shortage of staff members has not affected the emergency service response time.

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Breonna Taylor's mother: I'm trying to be patientLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Five months after her daughter was shot to death by police, Breonna Taylor's mother said she is trying to be patient while waiting to hear if the officers will be charged.

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Explaining The Payroll TaxNBC News)  Economic experts are warning that PRESIDENT TRUMPS EXECUTIVE ORDER suspending the payroll tax could have a major impact on your future tax returns.

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Russellville Man Commuted By Former Governor Federally ChargedA Logan County man who had his sentence commuted by former Governor Matt Bevin before he left office was federally charged this week with armed drug trafficking, according to U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman.

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BBNBA: Herro drops 30 and the West gets WildTyler Herro recorded a career-high 30 points against the Thunder. Also, the play-in round for the Western Conference will decide later today.

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Shirl's Speight sizzles in work; Kentucky Derby next?Undefeated Derby contender Shirls Speight works 5 furlongs in :57.00.

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CARSTAR Adds Collision Repair Center to Network in KentuckyCARSTAR announced the opening of CARSTAR on Nicholasville, located at 2159 Lexington Road, in Nicholasville, Ky.

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Celebrate! It's Buffalo Chicken Slider Day at KSBar and GrilleToday at Lexington's finest sports bar and grill you can get two orders of spicy buffalo chicken sliders with house cut chips and two non-alcoholic beverages for only $16.

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Trump Says "Historic Peace Agreement" Has Been Made Between Israel, United Arab EmiratesWASHINTGON, D.C. — President Donald Trump said on Twitter Thursday that a "historic peace agreement" has been brokered between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.

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As Pandemic Continues, Alarming Rise in Hunger Among Kentucky Older AdultsThe state's food banks say they're seeing an alarming number of adults approaching retirement age who need help putting food on the table because of lost wages or employment due to COVID-19.

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Woman Flown To Nashville After Christian County CrashA woman was injured in a wreck on Pennyrile Parkway in Christian County Thursday morning.

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Biden Campaign Announces $26M Raised Within 24 Hours of Harris Joining TicketThe announcement came on the heels of their first joint appearance Wednesday at a high school gymnasium in Wilmington, Delaware.

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John Calipari says he wants Kenny Payne and Knicks to win a championshipKenny Payne may be leaving Kentucky's staff to join the New York Knicks, but John Calipari isn't done supporting his guy: "I think you'll see a change for the better."

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Fish And Wildlife Commission To Sue Beshear AdministrationThe Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission is filing a lawsuit against Governor Andy Beshears administration as part of an ongoing battle over the commissioner of the states fish and wildlife agency.

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NCAA doctor uses Titanic analogy for fall footballHow safe is fall football in the eyes of medical experts? One infectious disease doctor compared those holding out hope to passengers on the Titanic waiting for the band to start playing while the ship sank.

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Misconduct HearingJudge Dawn Gentry is defending her job to the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission.

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Catherine Landers, 74, of MadisonvilleMemorial services for 74-year old Catherine Ann Landers of Madisonville will be Sunday afternoon, August 16, at 2:00 at Living Waters Church of God in Madisonville.

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Trump nominates Paducah native for Western Kentucky federal judge seatBeaton is a partner at Squire Patton Boggs LLP, where he co-chairs the firm's Appellate and Supreme Court practice group.

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Purdue Coach Jeff Brohm Creates Spring Football Proposal with Adjusted Fall 2021 ScheduleCan spring football work for college football? Jeff Brohm has a plan to make it happen in the Big Ten.

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Elizabeth Hale, 74, of HopkinsvilleVisitation for 74-year old Elizabeth Ann Hale of Hopkinsville will be Saturday, August 15, from noon until 4:00 at Dogwood Funerals and Cremations of Hopkinsville.

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KSR Show Thread 8/13: Serena vs. Venus, Knott CountyGood morning, friends, and welcome to the Thursday edition of Kentucky Sports Radio. Today, the gang will talk about Serena vs. Venus at the Top Seed Open, the latest developments in college football, and Knott County, which takes its turn under the KSR spotlight.

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Traffic stop leads to felony drug arrestBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  Following an investigation conducted by the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force, surveillance and a traffic stop, a Bowling Green man is facing multiple charges including felony drug trafficking.

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Crofton Man Charged With Trafficking Meth In HopkinsvilleA Crofton man was charged with trafficking drugs after a traffic stop in Hopkinsville Wednesday afternoon.

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Bonus Episode: A Mother WaitsAs the FBI continues to investigate the disappearance of Crystal Rogers, we sit down one-on-one with Crystal's mother Sherry Ballard.

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KFC Delivering One Million Pieces Of Kentucky Fried Chicken To Teachers Across AmericaToday, Kentucky Fried Chicken announced its Back-to-School Buckets initiative, which will celebrate teachers across the country who are...

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Overturned produce truck blocks roadAccording to the state transportation department and Rockcastle County Emergency Management, the truck overturned on KY 3545 at about 8:30 a.m.

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AMC Theatres to Charge 15 Cents a Ticket on Reopening DayAMC Theatres will begin reopening its movie theaters next week, and tickets will be heavily discounted on opening day.

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Man accused of drug traffickingBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  Following a brief investigation, the Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force arrested a man accused of selling methamphetamine.

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Kentucky Roll Call 08-13Podcast by Kentucky Roll Call.

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Caught On Camera: Split Second RescueLODI, Calif.  Police body camera video shows an officer rushing to the rescue of a man in a wheelchair, stuck on railroad tracks as an oncoming train approaches.

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Harris Pick Energizes Biden CampaignNBC News)  Joe Biden and Kamala Harris appeared together Wednesday for the first time as running mates.

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Today on KSR: Venus and Serena Williams Duel in LexingtonThe sport of tennis has never seen a combination like the Williams sisters. Today Venus and Serena Williams may face each other professionally for the final time& in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Spring Street Bar and Grill calls it a day after 33 years in businessGoodbye to Spring Street Bar and Grill, which has occupied the corner of Spring and Payne since 1987.

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New Jobless Claims Fall Below 1 Million for First Time Since MarchThe Labor Department said applications fell to 963,000, the second straight drop, from 1.2 million the previous week.

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Remote Learning ReturnsNBC News)  Heading back to school can be stressful for students during a normal year, much less during a pandemic when many will be learning remotely without comforting routines and face-to-face interactions with teachers and peers.

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Kentucky unemployment claims dropped in early August amid coronavirusAs coronavirus cases rise, Kentucky's unemployment claims dropped by 3,000+ last week.

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Gov. Beshear Announces $6 Million In CARES Act Funding For Kentucky Area Development DistrictsRecognizing the urgency to address the economic disruption caused by COVID-19, the EDA made this non-competitive funding available through their Partnership Planning Grant program to former recipients with unique capacities to respond quickly to the pandemic.

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Man accused of beating woman, raping her at knife point at Peonia residenceA Bullitt County man with ties to Grayson County has been arrested by Kentucky State Police for first-degree rape, kidnapping and assault charges after a vicious assault on a woman in Peonia.

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Kentucky governor pleads with schools to delay in-person instruction as coronavirus cases climbKentucky governor Andy Beshear pleads with schools to delay in-person instruction.

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Kentucky Downs searches in Tennessee to staff new Mint Gaming HallJohn Wholihan, director of marketing at Kentucky Downs, said there was a good turnout with quality candidates at Public Square in Gallatin, and there are still open positions available at the upcoming Mint Gaming Hall.

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Sunrise SportsWNKYs Morgan Reagle takes us through some of this weeks top sports headlines, including changes coming to the upcoming Kentucky Derby and a look at the future for C-USA fall sports.

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Lincoln Trail Development District to receive nearly $400,000 to help develop COVID pandemic recovery planThe Lincoln Trail Development District, which covers Grayson and seven other counties, will receive nearly $400,000 to help develop a coronavirus recovery plan.

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Kentucky Wildcats: Don't count out a Skyy Clark reclassification just yetHis dad says things can change between now and the spring.

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Hopkinsville Business Reports BurglaryA Hopkinsville restaurant reported money taken Thursday morning. Hopkinsville Police say someone forcefully entered the McDonalds on North Drive around 2 am and took money from the store.

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WKU honors Grayson County's John Asher with induction into The Hall of Distinguished AlumniGrayson County native John Asher is being posthumously honored by the WKU Alumni Association. Asher is one of three honorees being inducted into The Hall of.

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7 Million For Down Payment Or Home Repairs In LouisvilleNew strategies are meant to help Louisville residents buy a home and stay in it.

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Sen. Mitch McConnell photo with Confederate flag lives onA screen capture from a Kentucky Democratic Party blog shows a picture of Senate Majority Leader in front of a Confederate battle flag.

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Coronavirus latest: 105,426 cases in Ohio; 36,945 in Kentucky; 77,565 in IndianaThe COVID-19 outbreak is continuing to change everyday life for millions of Americans. Leaders across the county, including the Tri-State area, are providing daily updates on confirmed cases, deaths and measures taking to curb the spread of the virus.

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Cameron meets with Breonna Taylor's familyAttorney General Daniel Cameron, facing increasing pressure to charge police who fatally shot Breonna Taylor, met with the family Wednesday morning, according to his office, which released few details.

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Program Aims To Reduce Number Of EvictionsBeshear put a moratorium on evictions for nonpayment of rent because of the pandemic, but that order and several others face a court challenge.

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Kentucky high schools: Questions about the future of prep fall sportsThe Kentucky High School Athletic Association's Board of Control is scheduled to meet at 10:30 a.m.

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Beshear Defends Recommendation To Delay In-Person ClassesFRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky reported 1,163 cases of the coronavirus Wednesday, marking the largest number of reported cases ever in a day, and the first time Kentucky has surpassed a thousand cases in a day.

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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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The Road Trip Issue 2020: Red River Gorge, KentuckyChoose your own adventure in Daniel Boone National Forest's gorgeous and expansive Red River Gorge.

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Breonna Taylor: Kentucky AG met Taylor's family for first time over 150 days after her deathKentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron met with Breonna Taylor's family for the first time on Wednesday, more than 150 days after Louisville Police killed her in her home.

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Kentucky Attorney General met Breonna Taylor's family for the first time, over 150 days after her deathCamerons office said in a statement he was grateful to hold the meeting, which included Taylors mother, Tamika Palmer, sister, aunt, family attorneys and a local activist.

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5 months later, Kentucky attorney general speaks with Breonna Taylor's familyAttorneys for the Taylor family also met with the Louisville mayor.

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Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission votes to sue stateFRANKFORT, Ky. — The board that oversees the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources has voted to sue Gov.

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Coco Gauff stuns No 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka in KentuckyThe win, which will see Gauff's enter the Top 50, was just her third career Top 20 victory following triumphs over Kiki Bertens in Linz last year and Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open in January.

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Coco back inside top 50 with shock win in KentuckyTeenage prodigy Coco Gauff is through to the quarter-finals at the Top Seed Open in Lexington, Kentucky, after she outlasted No 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka 7-6 4-6 6-4 over nearly three hours on court.

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As Pandemic Continues, Alarming Rise in Hunger Among KY Older AdultsEven before the pandemic, Kentucky had the highest rate of food-insecure older adults in the nation, but advocates said more newcomers, many who have never had to rely on food assistance, are now seeking help.

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Breonna Taylor case: Family meets with Kentucky attorney generalKentucky's attorney general has met with the family of Breonna Taylor amid the ongoing investigation into her fatal shooting by police.

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UPDATE  Woman Injured In Hopkinsville ShootingPolice have released more information about a shooting that injured a woman on Hayes Street in Hopkinsville Wednesday night.

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Dress for Success hosting Kentucky Derby in the West online fundraiserDress for Success Reno-Northern Nevada will have its take on the Sept.

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Two years after open-heart surgery, Kenneth Horsey competing to start at KentuckyKenneth Horsey once thought his football career maybe be over. Now he has a chance to play on the best offensive line in America, the Big Blue Wall.

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College basketball needs a plan& NowBack in March - a phrase I've said more times than I'd like to count in recent weeks - most of us didn't grasp the effect the coronavirus would still have nearly six m.

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Recap: Reds Rally Falls Short, Lost 5-4 to RoyalsThe Reds hit three Home Runs in the bottom of the 6th inning and cut the Royals lead to 5-4, but came up short in their comeback effort.

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Sources: Kentucky completes virtual visit with four-star forward Bryce HopkinsKentucky's interest in 2021 four-star forward Bryce Hopkins is picking up steam by the day.

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Sources Say Podcast Ep. 53: Kenny Payne, Bruiser Flint, CBB bubbles, and Bryce HopkinsThis week, the Sources Say crew discusses Kenny Payne taking the Knicks job, UK hiring Bruiser Flint as his replacement, the NCAA confirming college basketball bubbles are on the table, and Kentucky's interest in former Louisville commit Bryce Hopkins.

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KSR Golf: Wyndham ChampionshipThe tour heads to Greensboro aka Jim Boeheim's favorite place on earth.

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On Uniquely Kentucky with Amber PhilpottChances are scrolling through social media you may have seen a video or two from Gerry Brooks!

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Kentucky's Governor, Secretary of State at odds over November voting planWith the general election now 82 days away, Kentucky's governor and Secretary of State are at odds over how voting should work.

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Emilie Blanton Talks Back To SchoolJazmin is out this week so Robert invited back Emilie Blanton, a high school teacher and member of the Jefferson County Teachers Association Board of Directors, to talk about starting school in JCPS remotely.

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19. Kentucky Fried Christmas — Brought to you by… podcastHow did Colonel Sanders and Kentucky Fried Chicken take over Christmas in Japan? Plus, Christmas decorating gone wrong and the colonel's curse.

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Paducah Native Nominated By Trump For Western Kentucky Federal Judge SeatPresident Trump announced his intent Wednesday to nominate Paducah native Benjamin Beaton to serve as district judge in the Western District of Kentucky of.

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Glitch correction results in over 1,100 new COVID cases in KY, including 39 young childrenOn Wednesday, Gov. Andy Beshear said 1,163 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Kentucky since Tuesday afternoon.

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Ky: Kentucky Derby To Allow Some FansSmaller crowd, tighter rules await spectators at the Kentucky Derby.

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Wednesday update: Coronavirus in south central KentuckyThe Barren River District Health Department and the Allen County Health Department have released their Coronavirus numbers for Aug.

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Cadiz Man Charged In Hopkinsville BurglaryA Cadiz man has been charged Wednesday in connection to a burglary on April 23rd in Hopkinsville.

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Wednesday update: Coronavirus in south central KentuckyThe Barren River District Health Department and the Allen County Health Department have released their Coronavirus numbers for Aug.

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Teenager Coco Gauff shocks No 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka in KentuckyIt was the 16-year-old's third career Top 20 victory following triumphs over Kiki Bertens in Linz last year and Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open.

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Congressman Brett Guthrie visits the National Corvette Museum, talks about national issuesBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  Congressman Brett Guthrie took a tour through the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green today.

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Park Hills Gets New City Attorney; Sidewalk Project in Design PhasePark Hills city council voted to appoint Daniel Braun as its city attorney during its virtual meeting Monday night.

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Teenager Coco Gauff shocks No 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka in KentuckyTeenage prodigy Coco Gauff is through to the quarter-finals at the Top Seed Open in Lexington, Kentucky, after she outlasted No 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka 7-6 4-6 6-4 over nearly three hours on court.

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NCAA recommends additional eligibility for players who miss season due to COVID-19The NCAA has finally made a decision regarding eligibility. No, it's not about Olivier Sarr.

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Tailwater Recreation Area gate at Rough River Lake closed for several days beginning SundayThe Tailwater Recreation Area gate will be closed on Sunday and into next week. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said the gate at Rough River Lake will be closed from 4:00 p.m.

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Potter's Children's Home opens housing facility for single-parent familiesBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  A local non-profit cut the ribbon today on a facility to help single parents care for their families while in school.

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Governor Beshear announced $6 million in funding for Kentucky Area Development DistrictsOn Wednesday Governor Andy Beshear awarded the Department of Local Government an additional $6 million dollars from the Coronavirus Relief Aid.

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Deputies Ask For Help Identifying Theft Suspect In Christian CountyAuthorities are asking for help identifying a person in connection to a Christian County theft investigation Wednesday.

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Poll workers needed before November general electionBefore we know it, November's general election will be here, and theres currently a shortage of poll workers.

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Local parents react to governor's school recommendationParents in the community are conflicted between sending their children to school in person or virtually.

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Kentucky Derby unveils fan planThe Kentucky Derby is going to try and pull off a scenario the Indianapolis 500 couldn't.

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Churchill Downs Places New Restrictions on Kentucky DerbyBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  When the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby takes place, itll do so with a fraction of the usual fan attendance.

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Top Seed Open Recap: CoCo advances on Williams Sister EveDay 4 at the WTA's stop in Nicholasville is winding down after another day of entertaining tennis.

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Boone Superintendent: "This Has Been the Hardest Four Months of My Life"Boone County Schools Superintendent Matthew Turner spoke to the Florence city council on Tuesday night to discuss plans to reopen school this fall.

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5 new COVID cases in Grayson Co. since Monday, three victims hospitalizedThe Grayson County Health Department has released a coronavirus update on its Facebook page. GCHD Director Josh Embry reported five new cases of the virus have been diagnosed in the county since the health department’s.

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Kentucky loss could help Duke basketball attract No. 1 power forwardAs a result of a change to the makeup of Kentucky's coaching staff, Duke basketball recruiting ought to benefit, especially in the case of a 2021 five-star.

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Man Files Suit Against Newport Hooters After $5,000 Tip He Says is FraudLende Siaka considers himself to be a good-tipper, but not that good.

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Police search for clues in home invasion robberyBOWLING GREEN, Ky.  Bowling Green police are investigating a July 13 home invasion robbery in which thousands of dollars in jewelry was stolen.

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Governor blasts Wildlife Commission's legal move, lack of oversightThe state's Fish and Wildlife Commission voted Wednesday to contract with Attorney General Daniel Cameron to sue the governor for his refusal to agree to the Commission's two-year contract for the state wildlife director.

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Former NKY Superintendent Takes Senior Role at NaviGo College and Career PrepDr. Kathy Burkhardt was named the senior director of NaviGo College and Career Prep, a division of Covington-based Learning Grove.

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24.2 Million Improvement Project Planned at Bromley Pump StationSanitation District 1 announced Wednesday that it plans to upgrade the wastewater pump station at Bromley, and to build a parallel pump station and nearby diversion structure.

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UPDATE  Christian County Active COVID-19 Cases Increase by ThreeFor the second day in a row, the Christian County Health Department is reporting another COVID-19 related death.

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NBA to allow guests into bubble, limited to family and those with "long-standing relationships"The NBA and NBPA have negotiated the broader inclusion of family and friends after the first round of the playoffs, essentially agreeing to replace the population of exiting teams with as many as four guests per player, plus additional exceptions for children.

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Here's How Cool It Could Get Next WeekA stalled out weather maker sparks showers and storms through the weekend. A cold front will bring cooler and drier air early next week.

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Breonna Taylor's Family Meets with Attorney GeneralBreonna Taylor's mother and family met with Attorney General Daniel Cameron about the investigation.

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Kentucky governor defends urging delay for in-person classesFile PhotoFRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear says he wants to spare Kentucky from the risks of reopening schools too soon amid a pandemic as he defended urging districts to delay resuming in-person classes.

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Election negotiations underway between governor and secretary of stateThe governor's office is responding to the secretary of state's new plan for a November election once again in the midst of a pandemic.

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1,163 COVID-19 Cases in Ky. Sets Single-Day RecordKentucky set a single-day record for positive COVID-19 cases Wednesday. Governor Andy Beshear announced 1,163 new cases, bringing the state's total to 36,945 since the pandemic began.

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Man with commuted sentence arrested again on new drug chargesKenneth EmbryBOWLING GREEN, Ky. - A Logan County man who previously received a commuted sentence for a felony drug conviction by former Gov.

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Catholic schools, others to open with in-person classes, Beshear calls it 'unsafe'Catholic schools in Lexington and acoss the state joined some other private and public schools in announcing Wednesday they plan to go ahead and open in-person classes as early as next week.

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More than 40 COVID-19 cases reported at Lewis County, Kentucky, nursing homeA nursing home in Lewis County, Kentucky, has more than 40 positive COVID-19 cases among staff and residents, health officials said Wednesday.

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Lexington BarsLocally owned bar in Lexington making changes to help keep their small business open during tough times.

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Trigg Teen Latest Case To Test Positive For COVID-19The Pennyrile District Health Department reports a Trigg County teen is the latest case to test positive for the coronavirus.

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Clark County Woman Ends Up on Most Wanted Poster, By MistakeWe use social media every day. We use it to catch up with our friends.

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Economic crisis in Kentucky has workers, businesses furious with McConnellThe parade of cars honked incessantly as they crawled past the federal courthouse on West Broadway, their message clear to anyone who bothered to steal a glance at their signs.

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NCAA set up a snitch hotline for COVID concernsThe NCAA knows many of its student-athletes and even its coaches and administrators will break the COVID rules at some point, so it set up an anonymous tip-line for anyone with concerns.

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Rep. Massie Might Not Be Able to Donate His PlasmaMassie says it's unclear if he has the right antibodies.

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With computer glitch, state hits one-day coronavirus highSome other closely watched numbers are mixed. The positivity rate is down slightly to 5.62 percent while the number of people in the hospital is up ti 685, the number of people in intensive care is at 143 and 95 people are on ventilators.

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Coronavirus in Kentucky: 1,163 new cases, 7 deathsBeshear announced the single highest number of positive cases in Kentucky with 1,163 cases reported Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 36,945.

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Kentucky officials still charting path forward for November electionNothing is set in stone yet on the upcoming November election in Kentucky and what the state's plan is surrounding it.

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Christian County Head Start Reports Positive COVID CaseChristian County Head Start is reporting a child who has been attending the preschool and daycare facility has tested positive for COVID-19.

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3,000 Students Move Into Dorms As UofL Promises SafetyWith one summer party already on its record, administration committed to crack down on unsafe behavior.

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UK AD Mitch Barnhart on college basketball: "At the end of the day, we're going to find a way to play a championship"As uncertainty remains regarding the 2020 college football season, NCAA decision-makers are adamant that the 2020-21 college basketball season will be played.

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Biden and Harris Hold First Event Together as 2020 Democratic Ticket: "I'm Ready to Get to Work'Biden and Harris Hold First Event Together as 2020 Democratic Ticket: "I'm Ready to Get to Work'"

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Friday's Movie In The Park In Hopkinsville PostponedHopkinsville Parks and Recreation officials announced Wednesday afternoon that Fridays screening of Sonic the Hedgehog has been postponed due to circumstances beyond their control.

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Traffic Alert: Multiple vehicle crash closes stretch of I-75 in Scott CountyA stretch of northbound I-75 in Scott County was closed Wednesday afternoon after a wreck involving four vehicles, according to the state.

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Breonna Taylor's Mom ‘Confident' After Meeting With Attorney GeneralTamika Palmer and her family have a sit-down with Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

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Glenna Clampet, 87, of HopkinsvilleServices for 87-year old Glenna Clampet of Hopkinsville will be held at a later date.

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Kentucky Catholic Schools Resume In-Person ClassesIn a letter sent out today, Superintendent of Louisville Catholic Schools Leisa Schulz announced that Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville will join Catholic schools in the four dioceses of the Commonwealth to resume in-person instruction, along with Owensboro, Lexington, and Covington.

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Beshear reports 1,163 new COVID-19 cases, setting record for highest daily countFRANKFORT, Ky. — After testing negative for COVID-19 on Tuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear reported 1,163 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, the highest daily case count Kentucky has seen so far.

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Read the August 12 issue of LEO Weekly as a PDFComedy club, video store hybrid Planet of the Tapes now open.

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UK student coronavirus cases tick up slightlyThe number of students testing positive in the University of Kentucky's mass testing program remains low through the first seven days of testing, although the numbers ticked up slightly with the release of Sunday's numbers.

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Christian County Reports Tenth COVID-Related Death WednesdayFor the second day in a row, the Christian County Health Department is reporting another COVID-19 related death.

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Governor Beshear reports more than 1000 new cases since MondayWYMT independently confirms all coverage area positive COVID-19 cases, along with any coronavirus-related deaths, with local health departments before publishing any details.

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Kentucky Derby Consignor Standings Presented By Keeneland: Caracaro Seeks Derby Debut For Buckland SalesThe inaugural consignment for Buckland Sales produced a Kentucky Oaks starter when Grade 2 winner Chocolate Martini entered the gate in 2018.

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Survey: Students report big mental health impact from disruptionPrichard Committee Student Voice Team releases results of Coping with COVID Student Survey.

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NBA reportedly considering FOUR bubbles for 2020-21 seasonThe NBA's current bubble down in Orlando at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex is working so well that the league is reportedly considering three additional bubbles for the 2020-21 season.

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Development districts get $6 million in federal coronavirus fundsKentucky's 15 area development districts will share more than $6 million in federal coronavirus assistance funds to offset costs incurred dealing with the outbreak.

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Flash Flood Watch In Effect Through Wednesday EveningThe National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a Flash Flood Watch in effect until 9:00 Wednesday evening for most of western Kentucky.

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Danville Christian Academy welcomes students back for their first day of schoolStudents are officially back at school in person at Danville Christian Academy but it doesn't look like your typical first day of school.

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Naomi Clark, 83, of CadizGraveside services for 83-year old Naomi Clark of Cadiz will be Friday afternoon, August 14, at 1:00 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Cadiz.

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Meth, heroin, cash, guns seized during search; second bust in parking lotPULASKI COUNTY, Ky.  A late-afternoon search lands a Science Hill convicted felon in jail and removes more than three ounces of meth from the streets.

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Fall 2020 School Status UpdatesCALDWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS Caldwell County Schools will start school August 24 with virtual instruction, based on the recommendations of the Governor.

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Kentucky Airbnb Farm Became Home to New Teen Girls CampDespite the Covid pandemic, a new camp was created this summer for Chabad girls entering high school, led by Shluchim Rabbi Mendy and Tzippy Weiss.

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Lawmakers told telehealth proves valuable to drug treatment effortAccording to Sharon Walsh, director for the Center on Drug and Alcohol Research at the University of Kentucky, the expansion of telehealth services across the Commonwealth during the COVID-19 pandemic is having a positive impact on those recovering from opioid use disorder.

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Lexington's Save-A-Lot chicken has been savedLexington butcher shop Critchfield Meats is taking over the Save-A-Lot space on Southland Drive, including the famous fried chicken recipe and fryers.

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Western Kentucky Red Cross Looking for VolunteersThe Red Cross is encouraging local residents to step forward and be at the ready to volunteer this summer as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hit the entire nation.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear reports 1,163 COVID-19 cases, new recordKentucky reports more than 1,000 COVID-19 cases Wednesday in highest total yet.

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Kentucky to receive $6 million from the cares act for economic developmentThe Department for Local Government has been awarded an additional $6 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security.

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Hydrant work to cause outage, boil water advisory in DanvilleWater service will be temporarily interrupted while work is taking place for the following streets: Crosshill Road, Alton Avenue, Boyd Avenue, Henson Avenue, Hilltop Road, Craig Road and the east side of Maple Avenue.

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Booker Hopes to Ignite Change with 'Hood to the Holler'Booker founded a new organization, Hood to the Holler, to address racial injustice, empower, and break down barriers.

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Champions League quarterfinals start today, Messi in action FridayThe UEFA Champions League determines the best soccer club in Europe. The quality of play is even higher than the World Cup because the club teams practice together regularly.

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Fans at the Derby? What are you thinking? !Six months into the coronavirus pandemic, one would expect our elected leaders to have a better understanding of how to protect us.

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Coronavirus numbers unchanged at Fayette Detention CenterInmate coronavirus testing continues at the Fayette County Detention Center with the latest results changing little from the numbers released Tuesday.

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Potential Delay of K-12 In-Person Instruction in KentuckyOn Monday, Governor Beshear made the recommendation that schools in Kentucky delay in-person instruction until at least September 28.

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More September Air On The WayEven though our Wednesday starts off cloudy, it is still mighty muggy out there. A few showers to the west have slowly overspread the entire area.

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Kentucky Derby will allow limited number of fans, Churchill Downs saysChurchill Downs officials expect fewer than 23,000 people to attend this year's race in person.

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John Calipari sets up virtual meeting with former Louisville commit Bryce HopkinsIt appears Kentucky's interest in former Louisville commit Bryce Hopkins is serious.

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Kenon Co. Nearly Doubles Park Acreage with Fox Run ParkThe Fox Run golf course will now become 225 acres of park space in Kenton County, nearly doubling the county's park acreage.

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Kentucky adds record number of new COVID-19 cases Wednesday4:25 p. m., 8/12/20Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear reported a new single-day high in positive COVID-19 tests Wednesday with the addition of 1,163 cases.

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Kentucky attorney general meets with Breonna Taylor's familyLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentuckys attorney general has met with the family of Breonna Taylor amid the ongoing investigation into her fatal shooting by police.

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Kentucky Guard members participate in joint force HI RAIN missionTwo M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System launcher crews from 1st Battalion, 623rd Field Artillery successfully completed the joint force HIMARS rapid infiltration mission as a coordinated effort with the 123rd Airlift Wing in Louisville, Kentucky, Aug.

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The Kentucky Derby will allow spectators in the stands, but capacity is capped at 14%With fewer people expected to attend the Derby this year, Lexington, Kentucky is bracing for a miss of hundreds of millions in revenue for local businesses.

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Kentucky attorney general meets with Breonna Taylor's familyKentucky's attorney general, facing increasing pressure to charge police who fatally shot Breonna Taylor, met with the family Wednesday morning, according to his office, which released few details.

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BBNBA: Playoff hopes for Devin Booker and Keldon Johnson still very much aliveDevin Booker dropped 35 while Keldon Johnson popped off for a career-high 24 points as the Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs kept its playoff hopes alive on Tuesday.

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Kentucky attorney general meets with Breonna Taylor's familyLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky's attorney general, facing increasing pressure to charge police who fatally shot Breonna Taylor, met with the family Wednesday morning, according to his office, which released few details.

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Thursday Link Roundup: August 13Masks and social distancing are Required for ALL of these locations! NEW: 2020 Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany is now open to the public.

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National survey mirrors Kentucky on in-person return to schoolNot surprisingly, the Kentucky surveys follow closely some national numbers. A new survey out this week by the online financial advisor web site Wallethub found 55 percent of parents favored in-person teaching.

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Teenager Coco Gauff shocks No 2 seed Aryna Sabalenka in KentuckyIt was the 16-year-old's third career Top 20 victory following triumphs over Kiki Bertens in Linz last year and Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open.

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Big Ten threatens to kick Nebraska out of conference if they explore fall football optionsBig Ten commissioner Kevin Warren told Yahoo Sports that Nebraska would not be allowed to return to the conference if they explore other fall football options.

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We can't turn our backs on downtownDuring the last 10 weeks, I've seen the worst of humankind but also the best of humankind.

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Kentucky Basketball: Bryce Hopkins hosting John Calipari for virtual visitThat leaves Paolo Banchero as the only 2021 forward Kentucky has a realistic shot at, so it's about time Calipari started casting a wider net in the 2021 class.

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After two years, Highway 68 traffic lanes opening in Nicholas CountyAfter more than two years of construction, drivers using US 68 through Nicholas County should watch for traffic changes this week as contractors begin opening the new U.S. Highway 68 reconstruction project.

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Saints Peter And Paul School Resume In-person August 25Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School will open for students on Tuesday, August 25. According to information released from the school Wednesday morning, the decision was made based on guidance from Diocesan Catholic Schools Office.

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Andy Katz calls Bruiser Flint a 'home run hire' for KentuckyFollowing Tuesday's departure of long-time assistant Kenny Payne, who left to take a job with the New York Knicks, Kentucky announced it would conduct an immediate, national search for a replacement.

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Kentucky's Sullivan University Launches Cannabis Studies CourseLouisville, Kentucky-based Sullivan University announced on Tuesday that it will offer an Introduction to Cannabis Studies course online for the& Read More.

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Protesters sue city, claim use of excessive forceA federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of six injured protesters and the Kentucky Alliance Against Racial and Political Repression.

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The local music scene joins the protests with a weekly event"Out Of The Bars, Into The Streets" was a night of chanting, singing, drums, horns and other musical expressions.

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Trial Date Set For First Methodist Daycare Abuse CasesThe four women facing child abuse-related charges that occurred at a daycare at First United Methodist Church in Hopkinsville appeared in Christian County Circuit Court for a pretrial conference Wednesday morning.

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UHA To Reopen With In-Person Instruction On Alternating ScheduleUniversity Heights Academy officials announced Wednesday that the private school will reopen Thursday, August 20 at 50% capacity on an alternate schedule.

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Diocese of Covington Schools to Return In-Person on Aug. 17Schools within the Diocese of Covington will reopen on Monday, August 17, an announcement said.

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‘Y'all, we are making them squirm and very uncomfortable': Protesters keep up pressureFor more than 70 days and nights, people have used their creativity, voices and bodies to demand justice for Breonna Taylor and an end to police brutality.

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