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Kentucky leads nation in child abuse cases, according to most recent reportLexington, Ky - Child abuse is a problem all over the country, but nowhere worse than Kentucky.

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Latest Kentucky news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 a.m. EDTA lawsuit from Breonna Taylor's family says Louisville police called off a warrant search of her apartment after a drug suspect was located elsewhere.

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Exploring a New Sketching TechniqueAfter more than five years we are back! A lot has happened and changed since the last Qoodle posts made in 2014.

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Jeff Nahill's Keeneland opinions for Wednesday, July 8It's Mine, 2. Flying the Colors, 3. I Hear You. LONG SHOT: Country Time.

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Breakdown of PPP loan funding impacts on Kentucky businessesMore than 48,000 Kentucky businesses received loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program.

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Kentucky vs. Arkansas 1/29/1995Kentucky traveled to Fayetteville to take on Arkansas at Bud Walton Arena on January 29, 1995.

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NASCAR doubleheader Saturday at Kentucky SpeedwayNASCAR trucks and the ARCA Series both featured Saturday at Kentucky Speedway.

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Arm-wrestling match between father, son leads to gunshots, standoff with Kentucky policeA Kentucky man, apparently frustrated by losing to his son in an arm-wrestling contest with his son, is in jail after the defeats led to a shooting and an eight-hour standoff with police, authorities said.

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Kentucky State Fair announces concert performersLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Next month's Kentucky State Fair will include concerts from 24 bands over 11 nights.

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Teenage drowning victim in Kentucky lake identifiedRUSSELL SPRINGS, Ky. — A coroner has identified a teenager who drowned in a Kentucky lake.

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Latest Kentucky news, sports, business and entertainment at 9:20 p.m. EDTA lawsuit from Breonna Taylor's family says Louisville police called off a warrant search of her apartment after a drug suspect was located elsewhere.

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The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra and Circus Mojo team up for Swingin' Cirque RevueThe Kentucky Symphony Orchestra and Circus Mojo team up for Swingin' Cirque Revue.

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Injured Team Penske NASCAR Cup Tire Changer to Miss KentuckyZach Price suffered a fracture somewhere in the knee area during a pit road crash at Indianapolis.

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Kentucky State Police investigating fatal fire in Carroll CountyKentucky State Police are investigating a house fire that killed a woman in Carroll County this weekend.

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Man pleads guilty to killing three family membersProsecutors say Edward Siddens pleaded guilty to avoid a possible death sentence.

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Lexington small business assistance program a step closerSmall businesses will be able to apply for up to $25,000 in small business grants from the city starting July 20 if the Lexington Fayette Urban Council approves the program on second reading Thursday.

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An Eastern Kentucky man is behind bars in Tennessee facing assault charges"That's very common where we border Tennessee it's not unusual for people to flee to Tennessee or even Virginia because it's so close as well and Vice versa we'll have people who commit crimes in Tennessee who flee to Kentucky and it makes it more cumbersome to take them into custody as far as their procedures they have to go through and go...

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Getting to know the new guy: Devin AskewKSR sat down for an exclusive interview with Askew's high school coach, to let Big Blue Nation know what to expect of its new point guard.

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Kentucky Museum holds fundraiser to preserve historic masksThe Kentucky Museum is asking for the public's help preserving some artifacts. Masks that were collected by the late Dr. David Coffey from countries like Indonesia and Kenya will be on display at the museum.

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NBA teams began arriving in Orlando bubble today for season restartSeveral NBA teams have arrived in the Orlando bubble for the season restart despite more positive tests among players and closed practice facilities.

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Grayson County Schools introduces plan to reopen schoolsIn an all-call to families of students of Grayson County Schools, Superintendent Doug Robinson announced the first plan to reopen county schools in 2020.

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UPDATE: Board of Education picks, but doesn't name, finalist for state school commissioner postThe Kentucky Board of Education has picked the person it wants leading the Kentucky Department of Education, pending a contract negotiation.

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Jada Walker fits the mold of a Matthew Mitchell point guardMatthew Mitchell knows exactly what he's looking for when he recruits a point guard.

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On being Black in Kentucky and Charles Booker's historic run for SenateI grew up in Kentucky, but never felt like the state accounted for my humanity until now.

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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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Is Kentucky heading for a coronavirus spike?"There are a lot of different measurements and metrics and stuff like that out there," Louisville Metro Health and Wellness Chief Epidemiologist Rui Zhao said, "both the ones that we use as epidemiologists and ones that are for media and other sources."

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Man pleads guilty to killing grandparents, uncle in KentuckyA Kentucky man who was accused of killing his grandparents and an uncle in February 2018 pleaded guilty in their murders Monday.

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Kentucky News DigestGood evening! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Kentucky.

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Kentucky lawsuit seeks to keep universal mail-in voting for November general electionBeshear has signaled that he wants to continue universal mail-in voting during the November election, but Adams is still considering it.

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Louisville Forward Refutes Claims Made in Taylor LawsuitLeader of "Louisville Forward," the city's economic and residential development arm pushes back against claims made in amended "Taylor," lawsuit.""

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Embry gives update on Grayson County Fair; Board still plans to hold eventAt Monday night's Leitchfield City Council meeting, Mayor Rick Embry was asked by Councilwoman Margie Decker about the likelihood of the Grayson County Fair taking place.

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Who will play Paul on the Finebaum sitcom? Here are some guesses.We do know a couple of things: it's not Matt Damon, because Finebaum said it was Matt Damon, jokingly, then said, "just kidding"; and the actor is "considerably younger," he said in the interview.

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Technology to enhance Who's Hiring connections between Kentucky job seekers and employersEnhanced technology will enable Kentuckians looking for work and employers with available jobs to connect with each other more effectively through the Who's Hiring campaign of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Workforce Center.

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Parents Roles For Back To SchoolParents will have an additional role as public schools are scheduled to reopen in Kentucky next month.

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Lane closures could come this week on Tates Creek RoadSome double-lane closures could come each night this week on Tates Creek Road in Fayette County for traffic signal improvements.

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Christian County Reports New COVID-19 Case TuesdayThe Christian County Health Department released their weekly report for COVID-19 cases in the county that shows a one case increase, but a decrease in active cases.

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Local health departments announced new COVID-19 cases, deaths in Eastern Kentucky TuesdayThe Knox County Health Department announced five COVID-19 related deaths. All five were residents of the Christian Health Center.

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Lawmakers Hear from Education Committee on School ReopeningKids will be back in school next month.

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Frazier Rehab Helps Spinal Cord Injury Survivor Walk AgainA Louisville man is learning how to walk again after a spinal cord injury.

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NASCAR betting: Odds, lines for Kentucky 2020XMost Series PlayoffsDriver WinseNascarFantasy FastlaneFar Out ToysLineup GalleryMemorable MomentsMobil1 EngineeringNASCAR CompetitionPaint Scheme PreviewPower RankingsRyan BlaneyThrough the YearsTrack Winners.

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Basketball more dangerous than football, says KHSAA Commissioner Tackett"According to the sports medicine folks, more dangerous than football," Tackett said Tuesday. "That would surprise a lot of people, but they're talking about vulnerability to the disease because it's played inside."

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DNR charges three Kentucky residents for poaching in Mingo CountyA joint investigation conducted by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife in Pike County resulted in three Kentucky residents being charged with illegal hunting in Mingo County.

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HCC Announces Virtual Graduation Ceremony for Next WeekHopkinsville Community College will be hosting a Virtual Commencement Ceremony for their graduates next week.

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Grayson County Judge-Executive Kevin Henderson signs Local State of Emergency due to recent floodingAt Tuesday's Fiscal Court meeting, Henderson said he signed the order on June 29th to help gain funding from the state to assist with damages due to the heavy amount of rain on June 27 and June 28.

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Kentucky Reports Highest Single-Day Case Increase in Two MonthsGovernor Andy Beshear confirmed 371 new COVID-19 cases, the highest since May 5, which featured an increase of over 600 cases.

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KET to air documentary on construction of Lake Bridges Project on Kentucky-Barkley LakesThe landmark project to build two basket-handle arch bridges over Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley is the subject of a new documentary that will premiere Sunday, July 12 at 2 p.m., on Kentucky Educational Television.

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Vanderbilt gets rid of athletics communications departmentWhat's going on over on West End? This morning, multiple Vanderbilt beat writers reported that the school has fired its athletics communications staff and is absorbing the roles within the.

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Kentucky man pulls gun after losing arm wrestling match with young son: sheriffA Kentucky man has been accused of firing two shots at his juvenile son after losing to the boy in arm wrestling and then holding deputies at bay for eight hours before surrendering.

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NKY Property Owners Sue to Resume EvictionsThree apartment community owners and the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Apartment Association filed suit against Governor Andy Beshear and the circuit court clerks of Boone, Kenton, and Campbell counties on Tuesday to allow landlords to evict tenants for nonpayment of rent.

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Documentary About New Trigg County Bridges to Premiere SundayThe two bridges that were completed on U.S. 68 in Trigg County will be the subject of a new documentary that will premiere Sunday on Kentucky Educational Television.

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Rare Nascar Xfinity Series Doubleheader To Bring Plenty Of Action To Kentucky Speedway With Shady Rays 200 Thursday And Friday's Alsco 300In a state known for horsepower, it will be taken to the extreme this weekend by a talented group of.

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Kentucky State Fair announces concert lineupThe lineup was announced for the Kentucky State Fair Texas Roadhouse Concert Series, which will feature 24 bands over 11 nights.

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Kentucky Businesses Get $5.2 Billion From Paycheck Protection ProgramMore than 48,000 Kentucky businesses, schools and other organizations received loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program as of the end of last month, but most of the $5.2 billion awarded in the state went to a small percentage of those businesses.

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Bowling Green commissioners vote in favor of new flag ordinanceThe mayor of Bowling Green will likely need the permission from the rest of the city commission the next time the elected leader decides to remove American flags from city properties.

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Kentucky United Methodist Children's HomeThe Kentucky United Methodist Children's Home offers several services and programs spanning all 120 counties in the state.

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Ribbon Cut on Dayton's New Taco AttractionA popular local food truck that moved from Newport to Dayton recently is waiting to finish construction on its first brick and mortar location at 524 Sixth Avenue in Dayton.

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Lady Topper Basketball Adds Six for 2020-21BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The WKU women's basketball team will welcome six newcomers for the 2020-21 season, announced head coach Greg Collins on Tuesday.

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NKY Cities Receive Final, Preliminary Approval for CARES Act FundsGovernments in Northern Kentucky applied for nearly $7 million in reimbursements related to COVID-19 costs.

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Kentucky horseman Tom VanMeter apologizes for racist commentsTom VanMeter, whose Stockplace Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, was the birthplace of 2015 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, on Tuesday apologized for racist comments he made on Facebook over the weekend.

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Latest Kentucky news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 p.m. EDTA lawsuit from Breonna Taylor's family says Louisville police called off a warrant search of her apartment after a drug suspect was located elsewhere.

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Breonna Taylor's family argues police had no cause for raidLOUISVILLE, Ky. — A lawsuit from Breonna Taylor's family says Louisville police called off a warrant search of her apartment after a drug suspect was located elsewhere.

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McConnell eyes virus aid as evictions, benefits cuts loomWASHINGTON — With Congress bracing for the next coronavirus aid package, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is outlining Republican priorities.

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Coronavirus Survivor Celebrates 100th BirthdayNBC News) — Beating pneumonia and COVID-19, Margaret Rohl defied all the odds and was able to celebrate her 100th birthday Monday.

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Kentucky diocese increases support for mission churches after police killings in LouisvilleThe Diocese of Kentucky's ongoing efforts to rectify racial injustice, which have earned praise and support from the leadership of The Episcopal Church, now include a new initiative to repair mission churches in Louisville, where recent killings of African Americans by police have shone a spotlight on the systemic injustices they face.

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GE Appliances to expand production, add 260 jobsLOUISVILLE, Ky. — GE Appliances plans to expand production and add 260 new jobs at its manufacturing complex in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Kentucky Businesses Get $5.2 Billion From Paycheck Protection ProgramMore than 48,000 Kentucky businesses, schools and other organizations received loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program as of the end of last month, but most of the $5.2 billion awarded in the state went to a small percentage of those businesses.

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Lawsuit: Gentrification Project Tied To Breonna Taylor's DeathNBC News) — The attorneys representing Breonna Taylor's family now claim a development project was the reason police focused on her ex-boyfriend, Jamarcus Glover.

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FDA warns consumers about hand sanitizer products containing methanolCNN) — Voluntary recalls have been issued, but some products may still be found on store shelves.

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Little Angler Hooks Long-Lost Cell PhoneWBAL/NBC News) — A long-lost cell phone is back with its owner after spending nearly a year at the bottom of Maryland's Severn River.

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University Of Washington Faces Growing COVID-19 OutbreakNBC News) — A COVID-19 outbreak on the University of Washington's Greek Row came two weeks after about 1,100 Greek students returned for summer.

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Trigg County Dispatch Awarded Grant To Make ImprovementsTrigg County has been awarded a grant for nearly $67,000 to make improvements and enhance the county's 911 call center operation.

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6-Year-Old Kicked Out Of Daycare Over "Black Lives Matter" T-ShirtKARK/NBC News) — An Arkansas mother says her 6-year-old daughter was kicked out of daycare because of a T-shirt reading "Black Lives Matter." Journei Brockman attended daycare at His Kids Preschool in Russellville for the past six months, but was recently told she was no longer welcome.

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This Kentucky Democrat may be the key to the Senate majorityCNN)Amid all of the grilling and fireworks, you may have missed a development that could fundamentally impact the fight for the Senate majority this fall: Amy McGrath beat Charles Booker to win the Kentucky Democratic primary.

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Caldwell Medical Center Extending Coronavirus TestingOfficials with the Caldwell Medical Center are alerting the public that drive-up coronavirus testing will continue through the month of July.

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Kentucky in "daily" contact with seven-foot Hawaiian centerEven while he's in Jamaica for his birthday and honeymoon, Jack Pilgrim brings the scoop.

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Applications for LIHEAP Summer Cooling Program AvailableThe LIHEAP program helps those who need financial assistance with energy bills.

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Dad loses arm-wrestling match to son, triggering 8-hour police standoffThe 55-year-old pulled a gun after losing multiple arm-wrestling matches to his son, according to police in Florence, Ky.

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Kentucky Baptist pastor concerned about treatment of churchesA Kentucky Baptist pastor is speaking out about ways he believes churches have been singled out during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Man pleads guilty to killing grandparents, uncleA Scottsville man who killed his grandparents and an uncle in February 2018 pleaded guilty Monday to their murders.

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Let's Make A MealFunky Bean is one of Bowling Green's newest restaurants! With a second-floor, outdoor patio and modernly-decorated interior, Funky Bean boasts an inviting atmosphere.

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Coronavirus reimbursement announce for some Kentucky governmentsTuesday, Gov. Andy Beshear stated 16 Northern Kentucky governments applied for about $7 million in reimbursements from Coronavirus Aid, Relief and the CARES Act for local governments.

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Working From Home: The New Reality?NBC News) — Of all the surprises of the COVID-19 era, perhaps one of the biggest is how smoothly many American workers have adapted to working from home.

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Kentucky-bred My Morning Jacket is releasing a new album this weekGreat news for Louisville music fans ready for something fresh to fill their day while working from home.

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Kentucky elections: Jefferson County rejects more than 8,000 ballotsMore than 8,000 absentee ballots were rejected in Jefferson County for Kentucky's June 23 primary elections, according to the county's board of elections.

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Kentucky News DigestGood morning! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Kentucky.

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Hopkinsville Man Charged in Connection to February Theft in Princeton26-year-old Joshua M. Boaz A Hopkinsville man has been charged in connection to a theft in Princeton earlier in the year.

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GE Appliances Makes $62 Million InvestmentGE Appliances is making a $62 million investment to expand Appliance Park and create 260 new jobs across the complex's three major manufacturing plants.

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COVID-19: The Back-To-School DebateNBC News) — With no end to the coronavirus pandemic in sight, school districts across the country are working to determine if and how students should return to traditional classrooms this fall.

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A stolen soul; Kentucky philanthropist remembers Charlie DanielsIf someone was looking for a soul to steal, Jerry Tucker knows they got a real good one in Charlie Daniels.

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KHSAA: "We're looking at having fall sports"KHSAA commissioner Julian Tackett reassured the Interim Joint Committee on Education on Tuesday, saying, "We are looking at having fall sports." However, Commissioner Tackett did not offer much else as to how those fall sports may look.

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Caldwell Native Named CEO of Northern Kentucky Based BankDavid Wallace, Esq. A Caldwell County native will now be serving in the highest capacity for a Cincinnati and northern Kentucky based bank.

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Caught On Camera: Schenectady Officer Kneels On Man's NeckProtestors gathered outside New York's Schenectady Police Department Monday after video surfaced of an officer kneeling on a man's neck earlier in the day.

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Rescue Dog Becomes RescuerFRANKLIN, Tennessee. A rescue dog is being hailed as a hero after helping save a Franklin, Tennessee family from their burning home.

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WATCH: New Highlights from UK Target Brandon Huntley-HatfieldSee what the five-star UK target did over the weekend in Atlanta.

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Deputies Search For Missing Teenager In Hopkins CountyLaw Enforcement is looking for a missing Nortonville teenager Tuesday morning. Hopkins County Sheriff's Deputies say 15-year-old Dalton Westby is described as a male 5 foot 7 inches tall, weighing 140 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

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WKU Announces Changes to Study Abroad ProgramDue to COVID-19, students can no longer fly to their abroad experience, but WKU plans to bring a global experience to students virtually.

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University of Kentucky Mural LawsuitUniversity of Kentucky Sued Over Plans to Remove Mural Depicting Slavery: A Black artist's work that accompanies the original piece also faces removal.

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Kentucky Lake Could be Won Deep or ShallowAs we saw a couple weeks ago at the Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit Super Tournament on Lake Chickamauga, the Tennessee River is capable of churning out big bags of bass both deep and shallow.

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Missing DogA black and white Beagle hound, male. Wearing collar and tags. Lost in the Greenville Road/Gude Road area of Christian County.

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The spotty rain chances and heat continueSummer-like pattern continues. Expect hot and humid weather, with afternoon and evening showers and storms, throughout the week.

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Buffalo Trace Six Millionth Barrel Campaign Raises Over $1 MillionBuffalo Trace Distillery announced its six millionth barrel campaign has raised over $1 million for various charities, exceeding its goal of $500,000.

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DOJ warns 'face mask exempt' cards are phonyAn official alert from the Department of Justice and the American With Disabilities Act states that they are not the distributors nor endorse the information on these cards that are being distributed by the group.

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Police department tackles 'false narratives' head onIn a Facebook post Tuesday morning, the department said it would not stand for "false narratives" pushed through social media.

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Kentucky Sports: Maynard has written plenty about sports in the regionThere's nothing quite like covering sports for a living. Even greater when one can do so in their home region.

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Virtual LemonAiD stands raise money for homeless childrenCreated by The Salvation Army staff in Lexington, LemonAiD supports local homeless children while empowering young people to make a positive difference in the community.

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Bear spotted in Richmond near Barnes Mill Road, off Curtis PikeThe sighting was captured by ABC36 Production Tech Clark Freeman who shared these pictures.

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Western Kentucky Offers to Play Kentucky in Basketball for Charity"If you're making the C-USA tour, give us a call back sometime! We're ready and right down the road," WKU Tweeted from their official men's basketball account.

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WNBA players to spotlight Breonna Taylor on jerseysNEW YORK — WNBA players will wear uniforms for the opening weekend of the season featuring Breonna Taylor's name when the league begins play later this month.

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'Gallop and Graze' charity effort helps thoroughbred workersFounded in 2003, Blue Grass Farm Charities' purpose is to provide health and human services to those working in the thoroughbred racing community.

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"Get A Noose"NBC News) As Chair of Indiana's Monroe County Affordable Housing Commission and a member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, Vauhxx Rush Booker has experienced racism before, but not like this.

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Report of missing teen in Nortonville, KentuckyDalton left his residence in Nortonville, KY around 0200hrs on 7/7/20.

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6-millionth Trace barrel raises more than $1 million for charityThe whiskey filled 375ml bottles was exclusively distributed to non-profit organizations in the United States to raise funds for charities.

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Kentucky State Fair Announces Free Concert LineupThe Kentucky State Fair is August 20-30 and there will be free concerts every night.

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Missing Soldier's Remains IdentifiedKCEN/NBC News) Officers at Fort Hood confirmed Monday that human remains found last week are those of missing soldier Vanessa Guillen.

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Coronavirus latest: 58,904 cases in Ohio; 17,519 in Kentucky; 48,626 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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Montgomery County Mayor Signs Order Requiring Business Employees To Wear MasksAll employees of businesses open to the public in Montgomery County will be required to wear face masks after Mayor Jim Durrett signed an executive emergency order Monday.

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Kentucky education leaders plan for future of classes, athletics next school yearThe Interim Joint Committee on Education met both virtually and in-person Tuesday to listen to educators in advance of the school year and next legislative session.

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Kaye Crouch, 58, of ElktonA graveside service for 58-year old Kaye Hollins Crouch of Elkton will be Saturday morning, July 11, at 11:00 at Glenwood Cemetery in Elkton.

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Coronavirus in NKY: 1,806 cases in Northern Kentucky, 78 deathsAs of Wednesday, there are now 1,806 cases of COVID-19 in Northern Kentucky, and 78 coronavirus related deaths.

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41st COVID-19 Case Confirmed In Todd County MondayThe Todd County Health Department is reporting another positive coronavirus case was confirmed in the county Monday.

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Wild Lights Lantern Exhibit at Zoo ExtendedThe Zoo's Wild Lights exhibit has been extended through August.

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Louisville suspends basketball activities following positive COVID tests"The University of Louisville has temporarily suspended all men's basketball voluntary activities for two weeks after two members of the program tested positive for the COVID-19 virus."

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Kentucky Adds UAB and Marshall to 2020-21 Basketball ScheduleThe Wildcats now have a dozen nonconference games officially on the schedule.

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Louisville suspends men's basketball activities following positive COVID-19 testsThe Cards will take two weeks off from their summer activities.

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July 3, 2020Bill Bryant and journalists discuss the results of the 2020 primary election, Kentucky's re-opening of its economy during the COVID-19 pandemic, and other news.

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Kentucky Baptist pastor concerned about treatment of churchesA Kentucky Baptist pastor is speaking out about ways he believes churches have been singled out during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bob Baffert explains why two of his star horses failed a drug testOne of the greatest to ever train thoroughbreds now has to explain why two of his top three-year-olds failed a drug test this spring on Arkansas Derby Day at Oaklawn Park.

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New Murals to Commemorate Newport's 225th AnniversaryWork begins this week on the first in a series of murals commemorating Newport's 225th anniversary.

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Kentucky Lawsuit Seeks To Keep Universal Mail-In Voting In NovemberSome voters and advocacy groups are suing to get Ky. to continue offering mail-in voting to all eligible voters during the November election.

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KSR Show Thread 7/7: The County Spotlight Shines on Grayson CountyToday Kentucky Sports Radio's virtual tour of all 120 Kentucky counties takes its talents to the home of Rough River and Nolin Lake, Grayson County.

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Beeler, Quarles Placed on KY Agritech Advisory CouncilLast week, Governor Andy Beshear announced an international partnership with 16 organizations, including the Dutch government.

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Portion of US 62 in Leitchfield to be repaved beginning tonightThe resurfacing of a portion of US 62 in Leitchfield will begin tonight at 7 pm.

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Coronavirus Continues to SurgeAs testing for COVID-19 continues to increase, results show an alarming number of new cases across the country.

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Summertime heat and humidity continues in southern Kentucky!The humidity continues today with the heat as some isolated storms are possible this afternoon and evening.

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The LEE Initiative and Ashbourne Farms combine to launch the Regrow ProgramThis said, The LEE Initiative and Ashbourne Farms are partnering to raise $500,000 to support Kentucky restaurateurs.

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Kentucky Roll Call 07-07Podcast by Kentucky Roll Call.

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Wednesday's Indiana Derby is a qualifier for 2020 Kentucky DerbyBecause of the revised thoroughbred schedule, Wednesday's race at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino will earn qualifying points for the Kentucky Derby.

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Sheriff: Man loses arm-wrestling match with son, pulls gunFLORENCE, Ky. — Authorities said an arm-wrestling contest between a father and son turned violent and led to an 8-hour standoff with Kentucky deputies.

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Flora's Hidden HeroesThis week's Flora's Hidden Hero, brought to you by The Law Firm of Flora Templeton Stuart, features Tim Gray, Public Information Officer with the Western Kentucky University Police Department.

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Today on KSR: Adam Schefter Lost a Scoop to a Liquor Store EmployeeTwo sources have informed KSR that Mitch Barnhart has been contacting donors to discuss scenarios for the upcoming seasons, with the primary plan calling for 50% capacity at football and basketball games.

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10K Reward in 8 Year Old Fatal ShootingA 10-thousand dollar reward is being offered for anyone who has information on the shooting death of an eight year old girl in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Woman seriously injured and found face down on roadwayA woman was seriously injured early Tuesday morning at the intersection of Creekwoood Avenue and Russellville Road.

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Kentucky News Digest 8:30 amGood morning! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Kentucky.

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SoKY's ChoiceFor this week's SoKY's Choice, we visited the NCM Motorsports Park and enjoyed the famous Corvette Experience!

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Sunrise SpotlightIcecream and a Moovie is back this summer at Chaney's Dairy Barn! The summer event series kicks off this weekend with the showing of Toy Story 4.

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Guthrie Introduces 'Success for Rural Students and Communities Act'Congressman Brett Guthrie today introduced the Success for Rural Students and Communities Act, bipartisan legislation that will improve college access and success for rural students by spurring innovation and investment in new strategies to prepare them to complete their credentials and step into high-demand jobs in their communities.

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Living WellWith overcrowded COVID testing sites comes an increase in demand for at-home testing options, and doctors are now weighing in on these tests.

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State Releases Guidelines For Fall School ReturnKentucky students will be expected to wear a mask, social distance while at school, and have daily temperature checks when they return to class in the fall.

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Sheriff: Man loses arm-wrestling match with son, pulls gun in KentuckyAn arm-wrestling contest between a father and son turned violent and led to an 8-hour standoff with Kentucky deputies, authorities said.

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Barren County man charged with 3 counts of attempted murder after allegedly shooting at moving carA Barren County man is in jail on three attempted murder charges after allegedly firing a weapon at a moving car.

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The Cardinal Countdown: 57 Days Until Kickoff57 Dayna Kinnaird Class: RS Junior Ht/Wt: 6-3/270 Position: Defensive Line Hometown: Jeffersonville, IN Twitter: @DaynaKinnaird Thoughts: Dayna is a local young man who came to the Cards from...

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COVID-19 cases pass 17,000 in state; 803 confirmed since Friday nightIn the first update since Friday afternoon, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced 803 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the last three days.

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Author sues to stop removal of controversial Kentucky muralAward-winning Kentucky writer Wendell Berry and his wife sued the University of Kentucky on Monday to try to stop the removal of a mural that has been the object of protest for its depictions of Black people and Native Americans.

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Marriott, Hotel Distil Extend Employee FurloughsThe extension will affect 235 jobs.

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Latest Kentucky news, sports, business and entertainment at 6:20 a.m. EDTPolice in northern Kentucky say two drivers have died in separate accidents at the same location on Interstate 275 while a third driver died in a crash on Interstate 75.

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End of IRONMAN Louisville in KentuckyIRONMAN has confirmed that the full distance IRONMAN Louisville in Kentucky has been cancelled due to Covid-19, and won't return in 2021.

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AAA: Kentucky Gas Prices Decrease; National Demand DipsGas prices in West Central Kentucky are four cents cheaper this week at $2.000, according to AAA East Central's Gas Price Report.

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Hardin Co. Students To Choose Online vs. In-PersonThe district welcomes input from parents ahead of their plan's final roll-out.

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KFC release Kentucky Fried Brekky recipe which includes two Zinger filletsKFC release Kentucky Fried Brekky recipe which includes two Zinger fillets.

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Kentucky nurses are combating the health crisis of inequality, racismBreonna Taylor, David McAtee, Rayshard Brooks and George Floyd. These are just a few whose deaths have sparked national outrage.

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Kentucky primary election: Black voter turnout in Louisville increasedIn the days preceding Kentucky's June 23 primary election, national Democratic political figures and celebrities sounded a social media alarm that massive voter suppression was about to take place in Louisville.

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Coronavirus in Kentucky: State businesses get $5B of PPP loansMore than 48,000 businesses, schools and organizations in Kentucky have received over $5 billion in loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Program, designed to help companies preserve jobs as the coronavirus pandemic devastates the economy.

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Here is the latest Kentucky news from The Associated Press at 5:40 a.m. EDTPolice in northern Kentucky say two drivers have died in separate accidents at the same location on Interstate 275 while a third driver died in a crash on Interstate 75.

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Here is the latest Kentucky and Tennessee sports news from The Associated PressTwo undefeated horses from the barn of two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer Bob Baffert have come back positive in split-sample testing for a banned substance in Arkansas.

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Kentucky DaybookTuesday, Jul. 07 11:00 AM GOP Sen. Mitch McConnell hosts ONCDP director in Kentucky - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hosts Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Jim Carroll in Kentucky and holds press conference to discuss the recent addition of Kentucky counties into the federal anti-drug program, the Appalachia High Intensity...

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Officials release concert lineup for Kentucky State FairOn Monday, the fair board released the schedule of concerts that will take place between August 20th-30th.

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Kentucky basketball adds games with Marshall and UABKentucky now has 12 non-conference games scheduled for the 2020-'21 season. Eight of the games are at home, three are neutral site games and there's the one road trip to Louisville.

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Kentucky basketball adds UAB, Marshall to 20-21 scheduleWith the exception of the to-be-announced opponent for the annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge and a date for the annual rivalry game vs. Louisville, Kentucky's 2020-21 non-conference schedule is complete with the additions of UAB and Marshall.

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Kentucky education officials issue new information to schools about re-openingThe state continues to update their reopening document, but Monday's updates involves health and safety teams, mitigation strategies and includes links to resources and support.

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Kentucky officials identify man killed in homemade fireworks blastAuthorities in Kentucky have identified a homeowner who was killed in an explosion allegedly sparked by homemade fireworks.

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House Passes Bills Aimed at Cleaning Up Abandoned Mine LandsHouse lawmakers have passed legislation that would disburse $1 billion to states over the next five years - including $116 million to Kentucky - to clean up abandoned mines and jumpstart economic and projects.

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Hopkinsville Man Charged After Biting Police OfficerA Hopkinsville man was charged after he reportedly bit a Hopkinsville police officer while being arrested Monday afternoon.

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How Kentucky nurses are combating the health crisis of inequalityWe must plan for the care and the healing of our community to prevent the continued spread of harm and violence.

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Karen Berg will become only Jewish member of Kentucky state legislatureKaren Berg flips Republican district in Kentucky State Senate in special election, becoming only Jewish member in legislature.

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Award-winning author sues to stop removal of controversial Kentucky muralThe 1930s fresco mural by Ann Rice O'Hanlon shows the history of Lexington in a series of scenes, including Black men and women planting tobacco and a Native American man holding a tomahawk.

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Kentucky receiving praise for election turnoutKentucky's primary election is making national headlines again. However, this time it is for being an example of a successful election during the pandemic.

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LOOK: The Helmet Face Shield Coming to College Football this FallThe new piece of equipment could be a game-changer.

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51. The Metaphoric Shock PaddlesAfter Cheryll's cousin sent me that message saying that the cold case detective from the Kentucky State Police wanted to talk to me, I , had so many questions spilling out of me....

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Monday Night Football Notes: Tight End ExpectationsOne reason why you should expect more from UK's tight ends in 2020.

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Kentucky COVID reopenings: Where Beshear's plan stands two months inAs Kentucky rolls into the second half of what has been an unpredictable 2020, most businesses and attractions in the Bluegrass State have been allowed to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Kentucky State Fair, PeteFest concert lineups: Josh Turner, GinuwineAmid the COVID-19 outbreak, concerts and festivals such as WFPK's Waterfront Wednesday series and Forecastle Festival have been forced to cancel their shows.

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Racist Comment By Kentucky Horseman Tom VanMeter CondemnedThe Thoroughbred industry's two largest sales companies, Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton, swiftly condemned a racist post on social media by Kentucky horseman Tom VanMeter, but both companies stopped short of saying it would affect VanMeter's ability to conduct future business at their auctions.

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NCAA Considers Starting 2020-21 College Basketball Season Two Weeks EarlyThe proposal would give teams more scheduling flexibility if coronavirus cancels games in the middle of winter.

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Major League Baseball Unveils 60-Game ScheduleThe shortened 2020 season is now one step closer to becoming a reality. Monday night the MLB unveiled the 60-game schedule for all 30 teams just two weeks before the first pitch is thrown out at Nationals Park, home of the defending World Series Champs.

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Officials identify Etown man killed in homemade fireworks explosionThe Hardin County Coroner has identified an Elizabethtown man killed in an explosion believed to have been started by homemade fireworks.

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Kentucky News DigestGood morning! Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Kentucky.

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The NCAA Men's Basketball Selection Committee is Reportedly GrowingMitch Barnhart may have more people in the room when he's the Selection Committee Chair in 2020-21.

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First group starts hammering out racial inequality issuesGroup is first of five to start discussing racial inequalities, solutions.

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Breonna Taylor: Damning Claims Against City Added to LawsuitLMPD is accused of targeting those living in the Russell neighborhood, clearing the area to make room for a multi-million dollar redevelopment project.

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Karen Berg will become only Jewish member of Kentucky state legislature, AZ Jewish PostAfter winning a special election in the state's 26th district last week, Karen Berg will become the only Jewish member of the Kentucky state legislature.

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State coronavius cases hold steady, holiday-related surge next concernThe state's coronavirus cases continued to hold steady during the holiday weekend and now state officials say they will watch during the next 10 days to see whether holiday gatherings lead to a spike.

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Kentucky officials identify man killed in homemade fireworks blastAuthorities in Kentucky have identified a homeowner who was killed in an explosion allegedly sparked by homemade fireworks.

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Homeowners shoot apparent intruderA homeowner apparently shot and killed an intruder early Monday morning in Letcher County.

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Kentucky tops 17,000 novel coronavirus cases; Beshear reports eight new deaths MondayAndy Beshear on Monday. Since the first case was reported on March 6, Kentucky has now seen at least 17,152 cases.

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InteractiveHere's an interactive look at the starting dates of Kentucky's schools, county-by-county.

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Darius Miller will not go to Florida with the PelicansDarius Miller will not be at the Most Magical Place on Earth for the NBA restart later this month.

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Christian County Reports Fourth COVID-19 Case Involving the ElderlyAn elderly Christian County adult has tested positive for COVID-19 and is just the fourth person in the county over the age of 85 to contract the virus since the pandemic began in March.

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Kentucky Covid-19 Icu Hospitalizations UpKentucky reported 776 new COVID-19 cases over the long holiday weekend that averages out to 258 per day, which continues to fall in the manageable range by state health officials.

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Homeschooling in KY becoming more popular"It's literally kind of flipping everything upside down at this point trying to decide what we're going to do," says mother Cailtin Tudor.

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Three Louisville Pools Open This WeekLouisville Parks and Recreation is reopening three pools with limited hours on limited days.

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Kentucky COVID-19 Case Totals Stable, ICU Hospitalizations UpKentucky reported 776 new COVID-19 cases over the long holiday weekend that averages out to 258 per day, which continues to fall in the manageable range by state health officials.

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Grayson County Detention Center sets in-person visitation re-opening dateThe Grayson County Detention Center is beginning a phased re-opening of its three facilities to the public.

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On COVID Precautions, Kentucky Superintendents Still Have QuestionsState-issued guidance for reopening schools answered many of the big questions surrounding how classes might look in the age of COVID, but some details remain murky for the district leaders.

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In Bellevue, Watch Thief Busted in Community EffortBellevue Mayor Charlie Cleves shared this story of an attempted burglary from his family's jewelry store.

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AARP Urges Congress to Address COVID-19 Crisis in Kentucky Nursing Homes and NationwideAccording to data from the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, more than 500 nursing home residents so far have tested positive and more than 370 have died.

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Kentucky issues new information to schools about reopeningThe document, COVID-19 Considerations for Reopening Schools: Workplace Health and Safety," provides information for school districts on how to create healthful environments for employees and students in the return to school."

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Today's KSR Podcast has a little bit of everythingAnd somehow John Short slept through it... while on the air.

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Couple, artist oppose UK's removal of controversial muralAward-winning Kentucky writer Wendell Berry and his wife sued the University of Kentucky on Monday to try to stop the removal of a mural that has been the object of protest for its depictions of Black people and Native Americans.

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Faith Leaders Urge Congress to Remember Global CommunityPastor Griff Ray leads the Crossroads Church in Georgetown, Kentucky. He says though Congress is responding to COVID-19 at home, lawmakers should also be mindful of how the pandemic is impacting developing nations.

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Kentucky school reopening: Student survey reveals stress, struggleAs Kentucky prepares for the 2020-21 school year, decision-makers are quizzing parents and teachers for their thoughts on what classes should look like.

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Truck spills load of 6,500 live chickens in Kentucky resident's front yardA Tyson Food truck carrying a load of live chickens overturned early Tuesday morning in Todd County, Kentucky.

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Kentucky vs. Michigan Elite Eight 3/30/2014Michigan and Kentucky went head to head in the 2014 Elite Eight in Indianapolis on 3/30/2014.

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Live Streamers Feel Targeted by LMPDLive streamers post video of events in downtown Louisville and say they are being targeted.

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Texas football targeting 4-Star Kentucky WR commit Dekel CrowdusThere could be a new prioritized target in sight for the 2021 Texas football recruiting class with Kentucky commit and 4-Star WR Dekel Crowdus.

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Two Injured In Christian County CrashA wreck on Madisonville Road sent two people to the hospital Monday afternoon. Christian County Sheriff's Deputies say a southbound truck stopped on the side of the road after missing a turn and was hit by a second southbound truck.

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Kentucky Race CenterStatistics and race information for the NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Gander RV and Truck Series and ARCA Menards Series races at Kentucky Speedway.

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NFL: Patrick Mahomes signs extension worth over $400 millionMahomes signed a 10-year extension with his Super Bowl-winning franchise in Kansas City today, and though the specifics of the deal have not yet been released, it is being reported as AT LEAST $400,000,000.

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Kentucky Symphony Orchestra and Circus Mojo Join Forces for Outdoor Stunt Show Set to Swing HitsThe socially distant performance will take place July 11 at Fort Thomas' Tower Park.

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Tiz the Law maintains spot as favorite in Kentucky Derby futuresTiz the Law, winner of the Belmont Stakes, saw his odds of winning September's Kentucky Derby drop slightly this week, moving from 5/2 to 11/5, according to Monday's William Hill Kentucky Derby Futures.

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No new COVID-19 cases in Grayson County since WednesdayThe Grayson County Health Department announced on Monday morning that no new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the county since July 1st.

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Three Dead in Multiple Boone Co. CrashesThree people are dead after two crashes Monday morning in Boone County.

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Arizona State 11/28/2016Kentucky starts the game with the first basket by Malik Monk, ASU with a 3 pointer to take the lead.

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Capitol Cinemas in Princeton May Be Forced to Close IndefinitelyCapitol Cinemas may be closing indefinitely due to financial hardships brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fort Named Christian County Schools Teacher RecruiterThe Christian County Public School system has announced a new Teacher Recruiter. John Rittenhouse with the district says Beverly Fort was appointed to the position.

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Gayle Haddock, 76, of HopkinsvilleFuneral services for 76-year old Gayle Haddock of Hopkinsville will be Wednesday afternoon, July 8, at 12:30 at Maddux-Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home in Hopkinsville.

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Tennessee Counties Mandating Masks Be Worn in Public SettingsAs COVID-19 cases continue to increase in the state of Tennessee, local governments are implementing mandates that require masks to be worn in public settings.

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DeMarcus Cousins' comedy special coming to Amazon PrimeThe third annual "Boogie's Comedy Slam" is coming to Amazon.

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Protesters Meet McConnell Outside Food BankA small group of protesters were at Dare to Care as McConnell came for a visit.

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New Testing Sites Open This Week in Western KentuckyThere will be several opportunities for folks thoughtout western Kentucky to be tested for the coronavirus.

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Country rocker and fiddler Charlie Daniels dies at age 83Country music pioneer and fiddler Charlie Daniels, who had a hit with "Devil Went Down to Georgia," has died at age 83.

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Motorists: Be aware of roadwork on I-71/75 and I-275 in Northern KentuckyThe bottleneck caused by construction along Interstate 71/75 through the Cut-in-the-Hill in Northern Kentucky is about to worsen.

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Kyoko Estes, 93, of HopkinsvilleA memorial service for 93-year old Kyoko Estes of Hopkinsville will be Wednesday morning, July 8, at 10:00 at Kentucky Veterans Cemetery West in Hopkinsville.

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Mitch Barnhart outlines plans for fans at games this fall in call with donorsSources tell Kentucky Sports Radio that UK Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart is telling donors the department is focusing on a plan that would allow 50% capacity at football and basketball games this fall.

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How To Support Racial Justice And Diversity This Week In LouisvilleVirtual Anti-racism Book Discussion Series: White Fragility: Zoom Free - 7-8:30 p.m. The Rev. Dawn Cooley with Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church's Justice Center leads this book discussion on Robin Diangelo's "White Fragility," which is meant to "encourage participants to intentionally and actively work on building their capacity for anti-racism...

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Two Injured in Weekend Crash in Lyon CountyTwo people were injured in a two-vehicle accident in Lyon County over the July Fourth holiday weekend.

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Driver's licenses, pools and more: Where is Kentucky in Beshear's COVID-19 reopening plan?Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear originally laid out his first phase of a plan for re-opening several portions of Kentucky's economy on April 29.

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Kentucky boutiques get creative with 2020 derby outfitsKentucky boutiques are getting creative as Kentucky Derby officials announce spectators will be allowed to attend this year's derby week.

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Harvard moves all instruction online as buzz Ivy League will postpone fall sports growsThe Ivy League is expected to vote on Wednesday to move all fall sports, including football, to the spring amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Kentucky Wildcats: Recruiting expert predicts UK to land pair of 5-star recruitsThe Kentucky Wildcats have been heavily recruiting the 2022 class, and it looks like they are in a good position for some of the top players in the class.

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Hot, Humid Weather and Storms Possible All WeekImage: Paducah National Weather Service Weather Edge forecaster David Powell says hot and humid weather will continue this week.

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Justices rule states can bind presidential electors' votesThe Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that states can require presidential electors to back their states' popular vote winner in the Electoral College.

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Covington Gets a New Rainbow Crosswalk Corner Thanks to the Northern Kentucky Pride CenterThis Fourth of July weekend, the NKY Pride Center added rainbow street murals to the crosswalks at the corner of Bakewell and Seventh streets in Covington.

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After Son Beats Dad in Arm Wrestling, Shots Fired Near FlorenceAfter a son defeated his father in arm wrestling multiple times, the father opened fire leading to an eight-hour standoff with law enforcement near Florence.

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Kentucky has 268 new coronavirus cases, eight new deathsKentucky had 268 new coronavirus cases Monday, according to Gov. Andy Beshear's office, bringing the state's total to 17,152.

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James Bannister, 24, of PrincetonFuneral services for 24-year old James Bannister of Princeton will be Thursday morning, July 9, at 11:00 at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cadiz.

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