Outback employee jobs could be affected

Over 1,000 Kentucky restaurant workers could lose their jobs due of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a notice from one of the largest restaurant operators. Employees at 17 locations of Bloomin’ Brands, the Tampa-based firm that owns Outback Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill among other chain restaurants, received notices on Tuesday …

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Lexington, KY offering monkeypox vaccines for select groups

There are now at least 11 reported cases of monkeypox in Kentucky, and while that official tally remains low, it represents a statewide total that has nearly doubled in less than two weeks. The number of monkeypox cases in the state was July 6 through July 28, but now stands …

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BGHS Artist Raises Funds for Flood Relief by Painting Kentucky Landmarks

Sister fundraising duo are already seeing commission success Update: The Genter sisters reached out to News 40 again after this interview with some amazing news. A church in Arkansas learned how they fundraise…and donated over one thousand six hundred dollars to the cause. BOWLING GREEN, Kentucky — Chaney Genter, a …

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Kentucky football preview: Kenneth Horsey set to lead revamped Kentucky offensive line

The Big Blue Wall has been a strong point for the Kentucky Wildcats over the past few years and hopefully it will be in 2022 despite a few new faces protecting Will Levis. Kentucky’s offensive line has been so good over the years that they’ve been recognized for the Joe …

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Repair work continues on flood-damaged Eastern Kentucky roads

JACKSON, Ky. (FOX 56) — It’s been nearly a week and a half since the devastating floods in eastern Kentucky, and there’s still a lot of work to do. In the latest update from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, crews are working to repair national highways damaged during historic flooding in …

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Announcing an Electric Vehicle Battery Plant in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Lotte Aluminum Materials USA is planning an aluminum foil manufacturing operation to serve the electric vehicle battery industry in Kentucky and is expected to create 122 full-time jobs. The company is investing $238.7 million in the Hardin County plant, Gov. Andy Beshear’s office announced last week. …

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Kentucky Basketball Flood Relief Telethon Made The TODAY Show

On Tuesday night, the Kentucky basketball team, in partnership with the Red Cross and Joe and Kelly Craft, raised more than $3 million for flood relief in Eastern Kentucky. This good deed did not go unnoticed. The flood relief telethon was hailed by Willie Geist on the segment “Highs and …

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Kellan Grady talks life in the NBA and the potential for the 2022-23 British team

Kellan Grady stood patiently and waited on the hardwood. The line of young children seeking autographs and photos with him was never long Friday afternoon inside the sports center near the Fayette Mall in Lexington, but it seemed endless. The boys and girls had just finished participating in a basketball …

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Shake Rag Fest aims to preserve African American history with celebration

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — The once-thriving Shake Rag District lives on in the memory of many. The community became home to middle-class African American residents, growing after the Civil War and into the 20th century. “That’s why we have the Shake Rag Festival, so although it’s a festival with …

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After the floods, Kentucky faces a new challenge: drinking water

Comment this story Comment HAZARD, Ky. — Bottles of water came in by the thousands. They sit, still in their plastic crates, stacked in front of churches, schools and parking lots. They pack the back seats of many sedans, the beds of pickup trucks and any available space on off-road …

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Two people still missing after flooding in eastern Kentucky

READ MORE Floods in Eastern Kentucky “Catastrophic” flash floods hit parts of eastern Kentucky on July 28, 2022. Expand All Search and rescue workers in eastern Kentucky are looking for two women still missing from last week’s flooding, Breathitt County Coroner Hargis Epperson said Thursday. Nancy Cundiff and Vanessa Baker, …

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KY Forecast | national | www.wdrb.com

KY Forecast for Saturday, August 6, 2022 City/village; Weather conditions; High temperature (F); Low temperature (F); Wind direction; Wind speed (MPH); Humidity (%); Chance of precipitation. (%);UV index Bowling Green;Spotted Storm;87;74;SE;7;74%;91%;4 Covington;A few thunderstorms;81;72;SSE;6;82%;99%;3 Danville;Some thunderstorm;84;70;SSE;7;74%;95%;4 Fort Campbell;Humid with a thunderstorm;86;73;SSE;7;79%;93%;3 Fort Knox;A parasitic thunderstorm;82;71;SE;5;88%;95%;3 Frankfurt; A thunderstorm in places; …

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Kentucky towns battle heat after deadly floods

Kentucky towns battle heat after deadly floods | Honolulu Star-Announcer By Associated Press, Courier Journal and Lexington Herald-Leader | August 2, 2022 | Updated on August 2, 2022 at 2:28 p.m. MAIL LOG VIA AP In this aerial photo, some homes in Breathitt County, …

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Kentuckians battle charges from EKY flood victims

In the wake of disastrous flooding that claimed the lives of more than 30 Kentucky residents, residents across the state are not only facing cleanup efforts, but also vitriolic comments suggesting the victims deserved their fate due to the political makeup of Eastern Kentucky. Many Kentuckians of all political stripes …

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Where to Donate Locally for Eastern Kentucky Relief Efforts

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — With aid and recovery efforts in high demand for Eastern Kentucky, many are looking for places to donate locally. Former WKU basketball player Justin Johnson collects items behind the Crossland Community Church. For the items they are looking for, he says, “baby items, i.e. diapers, …

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Calipari announces Kentucky basketball plan for flood relief

Buildings and roads are flooded near Wolverine, Ky. Thursday, July 28, 2022. Ryan C.Hermens [email protected] The University of Kentucky men’s basketball team will hold an open practice at Rupp Arena on Tuesday as part of the program’s efforts to raise money for flood victims in eastern Kentucky. “I’m so proud …

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Where should I wear a mask in KY? See the latest CDC data

No counties in Kentucky remain at low COVID-19 community levels Friday, and more than half are at high levels. The move marks a change from last week, when only seven counties in Kentucky were rated low by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They have all since moved …

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Kentucky floods kill 25 as search for victims continues

On Thursday, rescue personnel from state agencies and the National Guard were conducting a frantic search for survivors by boat and helicopter. But by Friday evening, the confirmed death toll had risen to 25, with many more still missing. Among the dead so far are at least six children, including …

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WKU opens fall camp with ‘stiff’ competition on offense

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Nothing is guaranteed for WKU football’s offense entering 2022. “Not many positions [on offense] have no competition. It’s good,” WKU head football coach Tyson Helton said during the WKU media day. This season will not be a complete overhaul of the Tops attack. They’re bringing …

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List: What to do in Lexington Kentucky this weekend

Here’s a Lexington list and guide to the best weekend events around central Kentucky on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday if you’re bored and need things to do from concerts and live music festivals to live music performances and shows. humor, festivals and fairs, concert series, plays, food events and food …

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Western Kentucky Football Hosts Preseason Media Day

Western Kentucky Football held its preseason media day on Thursday. The Hilltoppers and head coach Tyson Helton entered the fourth year with a very positive relationship – including two nine-win seasons, three post-season trips and two bowl championships. The team has never finished worse than third in Conference-USA and is …

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Public Notification of Proposed Changes to DFO’s Lexington Area Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2045

The Lexington Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is holding a 15-day public comment period for Amendment 2 to the Lexington Area Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) 2045 and Amendment 3 to the Lexington Area DFO Fiscal Year 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement ( POINTE). Two projects are proposed for inclusion: the High Street …

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Narveson named C-USA Preseason Special Teams Player of the Year

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – WKU Kick Brayden Narveson was named Conference USA Preseason Special Teams Player of the Year, the league announced Tuesday. The pre-season player of the year awards were voted on by the league’s 11 coaches. Narveson joins UTSA’s Frank Harris and Rashad Wisdom who were voted preseason …

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Kentucky Commission approves plan for $55 million Quarter Horse track – Reuters

by Edited press release|26.07.2022|2:32 p.m. Revolutionary Rendering Racing Kentucky The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has granted the ninth and final state license to Revolutionary Racing Kentucky, which plans to invest $55 million to build a world-class equestrian facility, including Kentucky’s first racetrack dedicated to Quarter Horses . Two KHRC commissioners …

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The American Heart Association Hosts a Reception for the Carol Barr Fund STEM Scholarship Program

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The American Heart Association hosted a reception for the Carol Barr Fund STEM Scholarship Program. Barr passed away two years ago and these awards honor her legacy. Congressman Barr and his family were also present. Female students from parts of central and eastern Kentucky received their …

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A PCAL Student’s Summer Internship Experience Leads to an Unexpected Career Choice

Jordan Graves, a PCAL senior and native of Bowling Green knew she wanted to pursue a criminology field, but wondered which career was right for her. After an inspiring summer internship with the Bowling Green Police Department (BGPD), she knew she had found her answer. As a specialist in criminology …

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The Controversy Behind Kentucky’s Smiling License Plates

The plates debuted in 2002, and many Kentucky drivers were unenthusiastic. The Vault examines how state laws have been changed, upsetting frowns. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The sun, the smiley face on Kentucky license plates didn’t resonate, No one expected such a small design to cause so much angst. The plate …

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Kentucky man accused of raping us returns to jail after bail is revoked

FREMONT — A Bowling Green, Ky. man charged with rape, felony assault and kidnapping is back in Sandusky County Jail after his bail was revoked on Monday. Michael Lather, 47, was charged with the charges in January and pleaded not guilty at an arraignment hearing in April. His bond was …

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Justin Edwards Recruiting Predictions: Kentucky Wildcats Basketball or Tennessee Vols?

Justin Edwards is currently ranked No. 3 overall in the Class of 2023 in the 247 Sports Rankings and No. 4 overall in Rivals. Despite differences from outlet to outlet, Edwards is considered one of the top five players in the 2023 class, and it’s a battle of SEC rivals …

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UK Athletics launches new website and mobile app – UK Athletics

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The University of Kentucky Department of Athletics, in conjunction with JMI Sports and WMT Digital, has unveiled its new website and mobile app. The new and improved version of UKathletics.com features a mobile-friendly design and maintains the same look on mobile and desktop. The new official UK …

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Bowling Green Boys and Girls Club expands with the upcoming new school year

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Some changes are coming to the Bowling Green Boys and Girls Club this school year. “Obviously in a clubhouse you have a limited amount of space, so you’re going to have a capacity number,” said Bowling Green Boys and Girls Club CEO Liz Bernard Clark. …

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Fallen Floyd County Officers Honored at the Kentucky Capitol

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WSAZ) — Nearly three weeks after the deadly shooting in Floyd County, Ky., where three officers and a K-9 were killed, those who died were honored Wednesday in Frankfort. The General Assembly Interim Committee on Veterans Affairs, Military Affairs and Public Safety heard from officers from the Prestonsburg …

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Lexington police need help identifying a package thief

LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – A Lexington woman who was expecting a single package returned home to find it missing. A check of her doorbell camera showed she had been grabbed by a man who broke into her apartment complex. “I think he followed a truck,” said Detective Anthony Delimpo, …

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Mother Nature brings rain to Marion, Kentucky | New

MARION, KY – Mother Nature brought some relief to Marion, Ky., this weekend as the community deals with an ongoing water crisis. City leaders say Marion received about an inch and a half of rain over the weekend. This will increase the water supply by one to two days. It’s …

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KY train engineer offers safety tips following crashes

For a railway engineer, seeing a car or a person ahead on the tracks is a real nightmare. “It’s like a horror movie on TV, but it’s real,” said retired engineer Wayne Gentry. “You see it happening in front of you. You know you are going to hit them. Gentry …

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Donna’s Quarterly Maker’s Market Kicks Off Summer

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Donna’s Summer Designer Market took place this afternoon. “We try to have one about every three months where we invite about 10 to 13 local artists to come in and sell their work,” part owner Duncan McKenzie explained. The market is a quarterly art exhibition …

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Taylor Mill is the safest town in Kentucky; eleven other NKY cities in the Top 20, according to the SafeWise report

Staff report SafeWise, an organization that promotes safety as a way of life, released its 8th annual report on Kentucky’s Safest Cities – and Northern Kentucky has six cities in the Top Ten, including the #1 Safest City is the Kentucky – Taylor Mill. Six other NKY cities are in …

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Clarence Yancey dies at 88

Yancey was a community activist who used his voice to urge residents of West Louisville to get involved in the political process. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A beloved and prominent figure in Louisville politics has passed away. Clarence Yancey died on Sunday, according to his family. Yancey was a community activist …

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WR Anthony Brown commits to Class of 2023

LEXINGTON — Kentucky football’s recruiting momentum in the Class of 2023 is increasing. The latest engagement, four-star Ohio prep wide receiver Anthony Brown, could bring a famous family member with him to Kroger Field. Rivals.com ranks Brown as the No. 8 prospect in Ohio, a state that typically produces dozens …

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Travis Hudson’s volleyball legacy is built through family

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Travis Hudson’s volleyball career began at age 24 when he became the head coach of WKU Volleyball. 28 years later, his legacy is built through his son. 16-year-old Drew Hudson and his club volleyball team C2 Attack won the 2022 Junior Boys National Championship in …

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KYNETIC Funds 9 Proof of Concept Projects Across Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Kentucky Network for Innovation and Commercialization (KYNETIC) funded nine proof-of-concept projects in Round 5 of the Early Stage Commercialization Grants. KYNETIC is a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded Center for Research Assessment and Commercialization (REACH) and part of the NIH National Proof-of-Concept Network. Grants are awarded …

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Launch of the Jagged Little Pill Broadway Tour from Louisville

For the first time, a Broadway show will kick off its tour outside of Louisville. PNC Broadway in Louisville, in partnership with Kentucky Performing Arts, has announced the upcoming Louisville premiere of “Jagged Little Pill,” which will take place at the Kentucky Center on August 31 and September 1. Tickets …

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Lexington KY man sentenced to 10 years after fatal shooting

(Getty Images) A Lexington man originally charged with murder in 2021 was sentenced on Tuesday after pleading guilty to manslaughter. Carl Munford, 37, was charged with murder and wanton endangerment in April 2020 in the death of Devante Bell, 28, who was fatally shot in the 1000 block of Pennebaker …

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Warren County Regional Jail gets new drug detection device

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – A new device at the Warren County Regional Jail will help keep harmful drugs out of the facility. The prison has purchased a new drug detection device, the MX-908C drug detection device. The new device will facilitate investigations and also help reduce the risk of …

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Wake Forest 4-Star Football Rookie Antonio Robinson Moves to Kentucky

Antonio Robinson Jr., a football player at Wake Forest University and the No. 34 ranked cornerback in the nation, appears to be moving to Northern Kentucky from Miami, Florida. The recruiting website, 247sports, lists him as playing for Highlands High School this year and as the No. 1 recruit at …

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Parkette Drive In restaurant memorabilia, selling merchandise

Looking for one last memory of Parkette, the Lexington drive-in restaurant that abruptly closed on June 28? The owners of the restaurant property on New Circle Road are going to have a sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July 23 Melissa Tipton, the daughter of Parkette founder Joe …

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Thiero wants to prove he belongs in Kentucky – Reuters

LARRY VAUGHT Collaborating columnist Adou Thiero is the lowest-rated and least-known newcomer to John Calipari’s roster this season and knew he had to show he belonged in Kentucky fast. “I’m surprised how consistent my teammates are in their shooting. Everyone is fast. Everyone talks about defence,” Thiero said. “I didn’t …

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Barbasol Championship delayed by weather, arrival scheduled for Sunday

nicholasville The weather was good again during the Barbasol championship on Saturday. The PGA Tour’s annual stop in central Kentucky experienced its third weather delay in as many days when torrential rains and thunderstorms rolled through Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville. This follows a pair of delays in Friday’s …

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A mother continues to cope with the loss of her son, helping others through a support group

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — It will be four years since Nevander Tardy was found shot and killed on Rockcreek Drive in July 2018. Since then, Nevander’s mother continues to search and pray for answers, while turning the tragedy into something positive. The Tardy case is still unsolved. “It’s heartbreaking, …

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The Slugger Museum in Louisville is baseball mad

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (LEX 18) – If American baseball started as a craze in New York City in the 1850s, how on earth did Louisville become the center of the baseball bat manufacturing universe? In 1884, a teenage carpenter named Bud Hillerich made a bat for local professional baseball player Pete …

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New leaders take over at Kentucky State University

FRANKFORT, Ky. — It’s not perfect, but new officials at Kentucky State University say it’s on the right track. What do you want to know Kentucky State University was at risk of closing before lawmakers stepped in with a $23 million loan during this year’s session The loan included other …

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How to protect yourself from summer pests

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – While most people aren’t the biggest fans of the summer heat, some bugs and insects become much more active in hot, humid weather. It has pest control experts like Matt Christensen buckled up for a busy summer managing these pests. “Every insect is different,” Christensen …

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Police identify driver charged with hitting 4 people in downtown Louisville Tuesday night | New

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A man accused of punching four people in downtown Louisville late Tuesday night was in court Wednesday morning. Two adults, a teenager and a young minor were standing on the sidewalk of 2nd and Market streets when they were shot around 8 p.m. Tuesday, according to …

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Hunters Crossing Neighborhood Association presents check for $2,500 from Woodburn Fire Department fundraiser

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – The Hunters Crossing Neighborhood Association presented a check for $2,500 to the Woodburn Fire Department Tuesday night. According to a Facebook post made by the HCNA, the proceeds are from the WFD HCNA 2022 fundraiser and will go towards the purchase of a 3M Scott …

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Bumgarner and the Diamondbacks send the Giants to a 5th straight loss |

PHOENIX (AP) — Madison Bumgarner picked up a win over her former team and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat San Francisco 8-3 on Monday, handing the Giants their fifth straight loss. Buddy Kennedy drove in two runs and Cooper Hummel scored twice for Arizona. The Giants have lost 11 of 14 …

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Pastor calls on churches to come together after Roe

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – Pastor Robert Cunningham of Tate’s Creek Presbyterian Church has called on anti-abortion church leaders to be among the first to help deal with the fallout from Roe’s cancellation. v. Wade. “What is it like to be a church in Kentucky that is going to face …

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Kansas high school basketball star parents identified as victims of downtown Louisville pedestrian crash | New

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A family from Kansas visiting Louisville for a high-level AAU basketball tournament was hit by a car Tuesday night while walking through downtown Louisville. Louisville. Ava Jones, her parents and brother were struck around 8 p.m. Tuesday while standing on the sidewalk of 2nd and Market …

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Still a few possible thunderstorms on Sunday!

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Some locations saw rain for the first time in WEEKS today! Others missed it completely. This will still be the case on Sunday. Sizzling for the fourth!(WBKO) Random showers and thunderstorms are again possible on Sunday along a stalled front. However, there is a greater …

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Central Hardin’s Spurrier Commits to Kentucky | news alert

Even before the start of his second baseball season, Central Hardin High School pitcher Zak Spurrier was already generating major college interest. On Saturday, Spurrier, who finished last season 5-2 with a 0.95 ERA, announced on his Twitter account that he was verbally committing to the University of Kentucky. He …

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Kentucky Department of Education’s Transformational Change Series for School Leaders led by Mike Rutherford – Kentucky Teacher

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) Transformational Change Leadership Series, led by Mike Rutherford, consists of three one-day conference experiences offered in both Lexington (Central Bank Center) and Bowling Green (Hyatt Place) from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.: 30 p.m. local time. Participants interested in attending the sessions at the …

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Confidential Kentucky basketball practice: What we hear about the Wildcats

The roster is finally set (maybe), and we’re just over a month away from Kentucky revealing its 2022-23 team with a four-game exhibition trip to the Bahamas, which means it’s officially Whisper season. Now that the workouts and workouts have begun, the little birds of Lexington are chirping and Athleticism …

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20 million more children are now eligible for the vaccine

OLDHAM COUNTY, Ky. — Twenty million more children are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine according to the CDC. All children aged 6 months to 5 years are now qualified to receive their dose of hope, and two-year-old Isla McNabb is one of them. What do you want to …

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4th of July celebration at Louisville Waterfront Park with fireworks, food trucks, live music | New

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Live music, food trucks and fireworks mark the annual 4th of July celebration Monday at Louisville’s Waterfront Park. In a press release Wednesday, the park said family activities would run from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., followed by the fireworks display at 9:45 p.m. The park …

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Publix opens first store in Kentucky and announces third location

LAKELAND, Fla. – Publix opened its first store in Louisville, Kentucky, located at the northwest corner of Terra Crossing Boulevard and Old Henry Road in Jefferson County. Kentucky will mark Publix’s eighth operating state. The Terra Crossing Mall, 2500 Terra Crossing Blvd., is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter …

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School library to create new memorial in honor of two slain Lexington children

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — Nearly two months have passed since a double homicide in which a mother is accused of killing her two children, 13-year-old Deon Williams and 5-year-old Skyler Williams. A local graphic novelist who knew Deon is working to commemorate them. “He was a very quiet, very reserved, …

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South Central Kentucky 4th of July 2022 Guide

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – The South Central Kentucky area is gearing up for the 4th of July weekend with numerous events throughout the region. Events The National Corvette Museum will host a fireworks display on Saturday, July 2 with the annual meeting of the BG Kiwanis Club thunder party. …

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Mardukas First Kentucky Derby Winner Victor Still Dreams – Horse Racing News

by Edited press release|26.06.2022|7:11 p.m. Mardukas (red cap) digs in to win by neck in first special weight at Churchill Downs Mardukas rallied strongly along the inside rail, powered through the stretch and proved a determined winner of a special first shot put of $92,000 over 5 ½ furlongs on …

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Freshman from Kentucky compared to fellow Akron native LeBron James

With Akron, Ohio, as his hometown, Kentucky freshman Chris Livingston draws comparisons to basketball…you know who. “LeBron has been a mentor and really a role model since I was a kid,” Livingston said Friday. Of course, the reference is to future Hall of Famer LeBron James, whose name comes up …

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Simmons College of Kentucky Hosts Health Equity Fair

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Simmons College of Kentucky is on a mission to help people living in the neighborhoods surrounding its campuses live longer, healthier lives. What do you want to know Simmons College of Kentucky held a healthy equity fair The free event included dental and medical screening, tests and …

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Robert Dillingham, No. 5 rookie in basketball class of 2023, signs for Kentucky Wildcats

7:02 p.m. ET Jeff Borzello close ESPN Writer Basketball recruiting insider. Joined ESPN in 2014. Graduated from the University of Delaware. Paul Biancardi close basketball recruiting National Recruiting Director for ESPN.com 18 years of coaching experience at Division I level Former Wright State Horizon League Coach of the Year Top-five …

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Mayfield, Kentucky, business demolished in 2021 tornado plans expansion.

The company where eight people died last December when a tornado demolished its candle factory in Mayfield is planning a major expansion, Governor Andy Beshear’s office said Thursday. The Mayfield Consumer Products (MCP) project is expected to create hundreds of jobs, according to the statement. The company did not rebuild …

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Here’s your ultimate Kentucky summer bucket list for 2022

School is out, it’s hot and the kids are probably already bored. With COVID-19 restrictions eased and many places open and operating at their usual capacity, there seems to be a lot to do and it can get overwhelming. Luckily, we’ve put together the perfect list of summer things to …

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Kentucky Department of Agriculture Seniors Nutrition Program Gets Increased Funding and More Flexibility

This year, a program designed to improve nutrition for low-income seniors in Kentucky is seeing changes to create more opportunities for food-insecure people and its start has been delayed a month to accommodate a new program. of voucher cards that eliminates paper vouchers. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) Senior …

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Vince Gabbert leaves Keeneland to focus on Lexington pro football team – Reuters

by Paulick Report Staff|21.06.2022|6:00 p.m. Vince Gabbert An executive at Keeneland for 14 years, Vince Gabbert has decided to quit in order to focus on a professional football team in Lexington, Ky., reports the Daily race form. Gabbert served as Keeneland’s vice president and chief operating officer from 2009, then …

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Community garden allows refugees to grow native plants

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Monday marked World Refugee Day, and Kentucky is a city that has one of the largest resettled population per inhabitant. What do you want to know June 20 is recognized as World Refugee Day Louisville has one of the largest refugee populations per capita in the country …

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Hundreds of people celebrate Juneteenth in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – Hundreds of people gathered in Lexington to celebrate June 19 for the first time since it was recognized as a federal holiday. Organizers said that although they have been hosting this festival for years, 2022 goes beyond federal holidays. “We are not here because it …

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Louisville woman participates in Pride Parade to inspire others

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Since 2001, the Kentuckiana Pride Festival took place in Louisville and soon after in 2004 the Kentuckiana Pride Parade began. This weekend, the parade and festival returned to Louisville and organizers enjoyed one of their largest gatherings yet. What do you want to know The Kentuckiana Pride …

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Kentucky’s Shaedon Sharpe studies Bradley Beal, knows he’s a mystery – NBC4 Washington

Shaedon Sharpe studies Beal, knows he’s a mystery originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington Kentucky guard Shaedon Sharpe is the biggest mystery of the 2022 NBA Draft and he knows it. The 19-year-old didn’t play a single college game last year after graduating from high school as one of the …

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Lexington mom talks about rising food costs and reduced SNAP benefits

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – The Federal Reserve raising interest rates was meant to help slow rising costs in the economy, including the cost of food. A Kentucky political analyst explains that food is 10% more expensive today than it was last year. Many are worried about the possibility of …

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Gatton Academy Recognizes Kentucky Educators for Supporting Class of 2022

BOWLING GREEN – Kentucky’s Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science recently recognized 15 educators from across the Commonwealth for supporting high-ability students. Educators were recognized at the May 7 launch of the program at Van Meter Hall. Gatton Academy created the Gatton Academy Educator Recognition Program in 2018 to recognize …

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Why Kentucky Football will be the SEC’s biggest surprise in 2022

The SEC is rightly expected to make a lot of noise in 2022, and Kentucky football will be a big reason why. The Southeastern Conference is not a league for the weak, as it has owned the last three national champions, as well as an astonishing 13 bowl teams in …

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Lexington food banks and donation centers face supply chain shortages and price increases

LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — With inflation hitting us all, are the organizations that fill the gaps to help those in need forgotten? “We haven’t seen our donations drop,” said Katie Vogel, director of development for the Hope Center in Lexington. “We have seen them be stable or increase in …

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Baseball season not hampered by record heat wave

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Maybe a name change is in order for the “Stifling Summer Boys.” What do you want to know A University of Kentucky professor says the current heat wave is the hottest and longest in a decade Baseball players endure the temperatures as the season progresses The teacher …

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Kentucky was once home to America’s longest suspension bridge

We’ll start this article with a caveat: yes, the John A. Roebling suspension is technically shared by Cincinnati, Ohio, and Covington, Kentucky. The mighty Ohio flows below and beautiful views can be found on both sides. The bridge is therefore a shared entity, and it …

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Free Barbasol Championship 2022 tickets are offered to community heroes

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — The PGA TOUR Barbasol Championship has announced that it will once again be offering free tickets to heroes in our community, including serving members of the armed forces, veterans, first responders and teacher-educators. Additionally, new for 2022, Barbasol is excited to host an upgraded area of …

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