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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Jason Bailey: Other disasters are coming and Kentucky must be prepared to meet them head-on

The past two years have marked a chaotic time in Kentucky with our communities rocked by a pandemic, recession, tornadoes and floods. The turmoil our most vulnerable neighbors face every day creeps into the lives of those who are accustomed to greater comfort. For many, the temptation is to see …

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Barrell Craft Spirits: New brand of Kentucky Vantage bourbon

Barrell Craft Spirits, the Louisville-based company that has won awards for its innovative spirits, has added a new bourbon to the lineup. Barrell Vantage is a blend of pure bourbon finished in three different virgin oak barrels: Mizunara (also known as Japanese oak), French and toasted American oak barrels. Barrell …

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Kentucky’s Best High School Football Games of Week 7

Here’s a look at some of the best high school football games from Week 7. All games are on Fridays and all times are local for the home team. Rankings are by Dave Cantrall. games of the week ▪ Madison Central (5-0) at No. 15 Pikeville (3-2), 7:30 p.m. Although …

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Kentucky’s Eythor Bjorgolfsseon Named WKYT Athlete of the Week

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — His name and his game are unmistakable. “So my name is Icelandic since my dad is Icelandic and my mom is Norwegian,” Kentucky forward Eythor Bjorgolfsson said. “I’ve lived in Norway all my life, but my name is Icelandic.” But you can call him Thor for …

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Vote: KY high school football best defensive player of week 6

Each week, we highlight some of Kentucky’s best individual high school football performances for the Kentucky.com Defensive Player of the Week. They were selected by digital sportswriter Jared Peck (@HLpreps) via stats uploaded to KHSAA.org by midnight each Monday or game boxes submitted to [email protected] on game night. Each week’s …

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FRESH this morning!

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – A COOL start to the day for the South Central Kentucky community! Many places see the upper 30s and low 40s starting early in the morning, but we steadily warm up over the next few hours. FRESH this morning!(WBKO) Today’s daytime highs will struggle to …

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Kentucky Continues Rise in AP Poll; jumps one spot to #7 – Kentucky Kernel

Kentucky football continued its steady rise in the AP Poll rankings on Sunday, moving up one spot to No. 7 after their 31-23 win over Northern Illinois on Saturday. The placement at No. 7 marks the highest level Kentucky has achieved since 1977, which it held for six weeks under …

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Lexington Church recovers from water main break

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – If you peek inside Rosemont Baptist Church on a Sunday morning, you’ll see smiling faces and hear the choir singing, all under the bright light of chandeliers . “It’s a wonderful church family. I miss people when I’m not around,” said Jodi Ballard, a church member …

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Softball to host KCU in Sunday scrimmage

History links Morehead, Ky. – New Morehead State Softball Coach Megan Griffith will have the first chance to see his team in action on Sunday as the Eagles host Kentucky Christian for a full scrimmage at 1:30 p.m. on college field. After a few weeks of training, …

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West Kentucky Heart Walk helps raise awareness | New

The West Kentucky Heart Walk, one of more than 300 walks the American Heart Association organizes each year across the country, is returning to an in-person format this year to help raise funds for disease research and treatment. cardiovascular and cerebrovascular accidents. The community event will take place at 5:30 …

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Teenage girl becomes hero after helping save gunshot victim minutes after she was shot

A Kentucky teen’s quick thinking, in a life-threatening moment, leads her to save the life of a gunshot victim. The teenager is now being hailed for performing such a heroic act. “I knew it was serious because when I saw him sitting on the sidewalk, I could see it in …

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Lexington Tree Service Experts Help New Client Save Tree With Tree Trimming

Created to help Kentucky homeowners keep their trees healthy, Tree Service Experts Lexington yesterday helped a new client save their trees from an infectious disease. To the surprise of the owner, the company managed to restore the health of its trees using a procedure as simple as tree pruning. “The …

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6 surprises that helped fuel the Wildcats’ hot start

Kentucky is 3-0 and a strong favorite to enter October with a 4-0 mark and a Top 10 finish. Granted, a 10-win season would be the 3rd in 5 years for head coach Mark Stoops, but the 2022 season is off to a good start, even for a growing program. …

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Most remaining charges dropped for Lexington KY protesters

Nearly all pending charges against racial justice protesters who were arrested in 2020 during protests following the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd have been dropped, according to a lawyer representing the protesters. Attorney Daniel Whitley, who represented almost all of those arrested in connection with the protests, said …

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Preview of the Kentucky Wildcats vs. Northern Illinois football game

READ MORE Preview: No. 8 Kentucky vs. Northern Illinois Click below for more preview coverage from The Herald-Leader and Kentucky.com ahead of Saturday’s Kentucky-Northern Illinois football game scheduled for 7 p.m. at Kroger Field in Lexington. No. 8 Kentucky vs. Northern Illinois When: 7 p.m., Saturday (24 Sept.). TV: ESPN2 …

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Kentucky closes non-conference play with No 2 Nebraska on Sunday – UK Athletics

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Kentucky volleyball team will face its third top-four team in nine days on Sunday afternoon as it wraps up its 2022 non-conference schedule with a 3 p.m. ET game against the Cornhuskers of Nebraska inside the historic Memorial Coliseum. The match will be televised on ESPN2 …

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EKU wins 40-17 against Charleston Southern

Colonels earn 40-17 home win over Buccaneers RICHMOND, KY. (Associated Press) – Parker McKinney threw four touchdowns to tie Eastern Kentucky’s career record and the Colonels hosted Walt Wells with a 40-17 victory Saturday night over Charleston Southern three weeks after the coach was hospitalized after a “cardiac episode” in …

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Hilltopper Basketball Announces 2022-23 Schedule

History links BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – With 20 Conference USA games and 11 non-conference contests, WKU Hilltopper Basketball announced its full roster featuring 16 home games, with two exhibitions and at least two Power Five contests. “Once again we have a tough schedule,” said the head coach …

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BG belts save 4 circuits to even series

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — Tanner Murray homered and was perfect at the plate as the Bowling Green Hot Rods (1-1, 78-52) tied the Atlantic League Divisional Series South while earning a 10-1 win over the Rome Braves (1-1, 74-54) on Thursday night. The Hot Rods and Braves will play …

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Churchill Downs Inc. Strengthens Year-Round Kentucky Race Circuit With Agreement To Purchase Ellis Park – Horse Racing News

by Edited press release|15.09.202215.09.2022|6:36 p.m.6:55 p.m. Ellis Park in Henderson, Ky. Churchill Downs Incorporated (Nasdaq: CHDN) announced on September 15 that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Ellis Park Racing & Gaming in Henderson, Ky., from Enchantment Holdings, LLC, a subsidiary of Laguna Development Corporation, for full consideration …

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London-born and raised Lexington woman remembers Queen Elizabeth

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — As you may already know, the late Queen Elizabeth has personal ties here to bluegrass. A Lexington woman was born and raised in South London, but ended up putting down roots here in Kentucky. As far back as Mandy Mills can remember, the queen was an …

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Barren County native Kelly Craft (R) launches her campaign in Glasgow

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Barren County native Kelly Craft kicked off her campaign for Kentucky governor in her hometown of Glasgow tonight. Craft is a former US Ambassador under former President Donald Trump. She is the latest to join the long list of Republican candidates vying for governor in …

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Winners and losers of Kentucky’s win over Florida

The Kentucky Wildcats picked up a huge win Saturday night as they traveled to Gainesville, Fla., and knocked out the 12th-ranked Florida Gators. As always, there have been winners and there have been losers, but there may not be many losers this week! WINNER: Jordan Wright The senior linebacker returned …

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Roofing company in Lexington KY warns that moss and algae can cause discoloration and other damage

Mighty Dog Roofing, a company located in Lexington, KY, pointed out on its Facebook page that homeowners should be on the lookout for moss and algae on their roofs, as these can cause significant roof discoloration and damage. other damage. Due to the hot, humid conditions at this time of …

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Appointments to Kentucky Boards and Commissions

FRANKFURT, Ky. — Governor Andy Beshear has made the following appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions: Appointment of Kathy Robinson as Property Assessment Administrator for Rockcastle County. Appointment of Ken Lewis as a member of the board of directors of the Northern Kentucky Convention Center Corporation. Ken Lewis is owner …

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APSU Volleyball loses to #21 Western Kentucky in three sets – Clarksville Online

Bowling Green, Kentucky – The Austin Peay State University (APSU) volleyball team lost a match in three sets (16-25, 18-25, 16-25) against the No. 21 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers to conclude their stay at the Holiday Inn – University Plaza Invitational, Saturday at EA Diddle Arena. Mikayla Powell led Austin Peay …

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Tops Hit Badger Invitational to start the fall

History links BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – WKU men’s golf is set to begin its fall season at the Wisconsin-hosted Badger Invitational, starting Sunday and continuing through Tuesday. Tournament Information Sunday, 18 holes, tee times to be determined Monday, 18 holes, tee times to be determined …

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West Kentucky Community and Technical College receives $210,000 grant for nursing program

PADUCAH, Ky. (KFVS) – West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) has received a $210,000 grant to expand training programs for in-demand health professions. The two-year grant is from the Kentucky Council on Post-Secondary Education (CPE) Health Workforce Collaborative Program. The WKCTC says the funding will be used to address …

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Kentucky football: Jordan Wright cleared to play against Florida

READ MORE Preview: No. 20 Kentucky at No. 12 Florida Click below for more preview coverage from The Herald-Leader and Kentucky.com ahead of Saturday’s Kentucky-Florida football game at 7 p.m. in Gainesville, Fla. Expand All One of Kentucky football’s suspended players is set to return to the field for the …

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Kentucky-Florida game with Richardson still headlining

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Anthony Richardson dazzled a crowded swamp during the Florida season opener, delivering more feel-good moments than anyone could honestly have expected. Long runs, accurate throws, broken tackles, clutch plays, a 2 point conversation, touchdown. It was a standout performance for a hometown kid who suddenly became …

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Joseph O’Brien Running Horses at Kentucky Downs

One of the best teams in Europe will make its debut at Kentucky Highs as Joseph O’Brien formed stay lost takes part in the seventh race on September 8 for 2-year-old fillies. Three O’Brien horses arrived at Kentucky Downs from Saratoga Racetrack On September 6, head to the track on …

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Bjorgolfsson, Gutmann and Grening lead Kentucky to 3-2 rivalry win over Louisville – UK Athletics

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Eythor Bjorgolfsson, Nick Gutmann and Casper Grening scored as No. 5 Kentucky Men’s Soccer (4-0-0) came from within a goal to win 3-2 against rival No. 10 Louisville ( 3-1-0) at the Wendell & Vickie Bell Soccer Complex on Tuesday. An electric crowd of 2,004 Big Blue …

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Recyclops recycling service begins next week in Bowling Green and Warren County

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — After three years without recycling service, Bowling Green and Warren County will have service available again next week. Recycle was selected by the Warren County Tax Court in July to provide recycling services to residents, while Scott Waste was selected to handle the county’s solid …

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The first Farmers exhibit opens Thursday at the Kentucky Museum

This Thursday at 5 p.m., the Kentucky Museum will premiere Early Farmers of the Barren River Valley, an exhibit featuring recent excavations of a Native American village in Warren County. The exhibit’s opening event will take place from 5-7 p.m. and will include a behind-the-scenes look at the excavations, with …

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Recovery Centers in Lexington Celebrate Recovery Month

LEXINGTON, Ky. – September is National Recovery Month. The Hope Center and its facilities in Lexington help men and women struggling with addiction, homelessness, food insecurity and/or mental health needs. What do you want to know In 2020, Kentucky recorded 2,083 drug overdose deaths for those 38 and older September …

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The Cave City Visitor Center takes the stage in a new direction with a throwback sign

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Tourists and visitors to the Cave City Visitor Center are greeted by a blast from the past. It all started when local historian Linda Hunt showed Glenn Bray of the Cave City Welcome Center a mid-20th century directional sign. “It was there in the early …

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An earthquake shakes Kentucky today, a day after the Missouri quake

Today’s earthquake in western Kentucky (epicenter indicated by the red star) is not far from the heart of the New Madrid earthquake zone. Image: USGS Just the day after an earthquake struck southeastern Missouri in the heart of the New Madrid earthquake zone, a new earthquake struck nearby in western …

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Children’s Charity of the Bluegrass closes after more than 40 years

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – A long-standing charity in our area has had to wind down its work. The Children’s Charity of the Bluegrass has raised millions of dollars for dozens of local organizations, with a focus on the health, welfare and education of Commonwealth children. After 41 years of service …

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Higher humidity – and chance of rain

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — The nice weather continued Thursday, but changes are happening as we enter Labor Day weekend. Seasonal weather until next week Friday looks mostly dry, although heavier air is starting to return to the area. This can help trigger a stray shower or thunderstorm late Friday …

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UK police chief talks safety during National Campus Safety Awareness Month

In 2008, National Campus Safety Awareness Month was approved by Congress to encourage public conversations about preventing campus violence. LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ0- Thousands of students are now back on college campuses across Kentucky. Every year, students become targets of sexual assault, robbery, and harassment. In 2008, National Campus Safety Awareness …

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Louisville caterer still grappling with pandemic setbacks

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Louisville-based caterer says his business is still facing pandemic setbacks and historically high inflation, which is fueling fears of closure. What do you want to know Louisville caterer still feeling pressure from pandemic setbacks Michele Brink operates “The Children’s Pantry”, which caters to child care centers …

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Delvantae King apologizes for school bus incident

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Santayanna Mitchell’s daughter and grandchildren usually take the bus to school. “Since the incident, I’ve been taking them every day,” says the Jefferson County Public Schools parent. What do you want to know Delvantae King threatened and yelled at children on a school bus King apologized to …

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Flood in Kentucky: Hundreds of Latter-day Saint volunteers help clean up

More than 1,000 people from seven congregations of Latter-day Saints in central and western Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee and Ohio have spent the past two weekends cleaning up after devastating floods in July in eastern Kentucky. Helping Hands volunteers cleared debris, shoveled mud from homes, moved furniture, prepared meals and …

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Eastern Kentucky names Garry McPeak interim football coach

RICHMOND, Ky. Eastern Kentucky athletic director Matt Roan has named Garry McPeek as interim head football coach, effective immediately, as Walt Wells recovers from a heart attack on Sunday. Wells is hospitalized in stable condition at UK Hospital Lexington. McPeek arrived at EKU in February 2021 and was promoted to …

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Government announces $5 million to prevent wrong-way highway accidents

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has received more than $5 million to improve highway traffic safety, including innovative technology to prevent oncoming crashes, Gov. Andy Beshear announced Monday. What do you want to know Federal funding targets road safety in Kentucky Kentucky will receive $5.14 million for a …

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A Louisville corrections officer was fired after appearing in a video mocking police and the death of Breonna Taylor

A Kentucky correctional officer has been fired after appearing in a fake Louisville police recruitment video, referencing the death of Breonna Taylor and asking, “Do you want to kill people and be able to get away with it?” Turhan Knight, an officer with the Louisville Metro Corrections Department since 2018, …

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Rutherford and Goetzinger carry No.11 Kentucky to sweep Ohio – UK Athletics

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The No. 11 Kentucky volleyball team got 12 kills from center tackle Elise Goetzinger and 11 kills from Reagan Rutherford on Sunday afternoon as they earned their first win of the season 2022 thanks to a 3-0 (25-20, 25-161, 25-20) sweep of Ohio inside the Memorial Coliseum. …

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The WKU Hilltopper fan tailgate for the launch of the 2022 season

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – The 2022 college football season is officially underway! With the return of college football, also comes the pre-game festivities outside the stadium. The tailgating experience outside of LT Smith Stadium was filled with plenty of camaraderie among the WKU faithful. Many Hilltopper fans represented their …

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Concert raises thousands for EKY flood relief

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — The Burl hosts 300 music nights each year, but co-owner and talent buyer Will Harvey says Saturday’s event is especially big. “We are here to raise money for flood relief for our brothers and sisters in Eastern Kentucky,” Harvey said. More than a dozen artists from …

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Cumberlands to Host Kentucky Cybersecurity and Forensics Conference

Cumberlands University’s Department of Computing and Information Science will host the 2022 Kentucky Cybersecurity and Forensics Conference (KCFC) virtually on November 4, 2022. Register now at Register (ky-cae.com). The KCFC is a multi-track cybersecurity event hosted annually by all CAE institutes in Kentucky. The conference functions as an opportunity to …

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Senator Rand Paul discusses canceling student debt

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – U.S. Senator Rand Paul was in Bowling Green tonight to speak at the 2022 Fall Service Academy Information Fair. The fair allows prospective students to view various military high schools and investigating options for joining the service, a cause Paul says hits close to home. …

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Reviews | Kenneth Walker: Finally, justice for Breonna Taylor. It’s not enough.

Kenneth Walker is originally from Louisville. After nearly two and a half years, someone with ties to the Louisville Metro Police Department has finally taken some responsibility for the death of my girlfriend, Breonna Taylor. Since March 13, 2020, I have had to hear lie after lie about what happened …

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RailPark’s Haunted Lantern Tours & Unseen BG Want You

Historic Railway Park and Train Museum BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The Historic RailPark & ​​Train Museum wants you to be part of two of their upcoming spooky events. Haunted Lantern Tours is back this year. And you can be part of another exciting season of witches and warlocks themed touring. …

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UK Athletics partners with Samaritan’s Feet to donate 10,000 pairs of shoes to Eastern Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky is still recovering from devastating floods that hit the region about a month ago. With families losing everything, the Commonwealth came together to lend a hand in recovery efforts in the region. Kentucky Athletics will also do its part, as tomorrow they will deliver 10,000 pairs of shoes …

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Lexington to host Veterans Hall of Fame ceremony

Lexington will once again serve as the host city for the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame induction ceremonies on August 26 and 27, Mayor Linda Gorton said today. “It’s great that the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame is bringing its events to our city,” Gorton said. “We are working hard …

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Missing dog rescued from a sinkhole

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) — It all started two weeks ago when Angela and Bruce McCormick realized their dog Chewy hadn’t returned from his usual run. “When he didn’t come home that day, we knew something was wrong,” Bruce McCormick said. It wasn’t until the weekend, when their neighbor was …

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10 Colorful Places to Visit in Kentucky in the Fall

Kentucky isn’t just fried chicken and bourbon. It’s also a great place to take in the stunning fall colors, and one can do so while enjoying a plate of outstanding fried chicken or making a round of bourbon. From mid-September to late October, the abundant trees across the state shed …

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Hot Rods earn second straight Wild Affair win

August 19, 2022 – South Atlantic League (SAL) – Bowling Green Hot Rods Press Release Bowling Green, Kentucky — Late homers from Nate Soria and Luis Leon helped boost the Bowling Green Hot Rods (27-18, 68-42) by holding off Greenville Drive (15-29, 41-69) in a 12 -10 win in front …

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Arrested for homicide in Quinton court | City of Lexington

Keith Denton UPDATED: 08/17/2022 – The Lexington Police Department has made an arrest in connection with the shooting death of Kadage Byishmo on July 20, 2022 at Quinton Court. Keith Denton27 years old, is charged with: Murder 1st degree free endangerment Tampering with physical evidence Three counts of breaching a …

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Donna (Long) Gobely Vogelhuber | News, Sports, Jobs

FAIRFAX, VA – Donna (Long) Gobely Vogelhuber, 98, formerly of Salem and Alliance, OH, Falls Church, VA, and Sebring, FL, died Saturday, August 6 at her apartment in Fairfax, VA. She was born on December 28, 1923, the daughter of the late Earl F. and E. Marie (Judge) …

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Kentucky 2022 football preview: Five breakout candidates

For Kentucky football to succeed in its ever-growing preseason hype, it will have to tick a number of boxes. Will Levis, Tayvion Robinson, DeAndre Square and more have to perform like the stars they were meant to be. Several freshmen from the highly touted signing class of 2022 are to …

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Perfect Line Record Tuesday KY Championship Series

Lexington, Kentucky— On Tuesday (August 16), the Red Mile will host two $80,000 second-round stages of the Kentucky Championship Series, three $30,000 second-round stages of the Kentucky Commonwealth Series and four $15,000 second-round stages. $ from the Kentucky Golden Rod Series for first-year harness racing and second-year trotters and drivers. …

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Women’s Cup schedule: NWSL Racing Louisville and OL Reign reach the final of a six-team tournament

The Women’s Cup kicked off Sunday in Louisville, Ky., kicking off what should be an electric showcase of some of the biggest clubs in the world. The cup features clubs from five different countries on three different continents in one of the most unique and diverse competitions in women’s football. …

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Simpson County kicks off back-to-school with prayer walk

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Community members in Franklin, Ky., spent this afternoon praying at various schools across the city for the 5th Annual Prayer Walk. “We don’t just go to high school or college, but to all the schools and even the sports facilities where the kids will be …

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suspended Kentucky judge; says the commission is “used”

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky judge was suspended with pay Friday after testifying that he pressured a practicing attorney in his court to support his re-election campaign. The Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission voted 3-2 to suspend 42nd Judicial Circuit Judge Jamie Jameson following a day-long hearing in which he …

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Thousands flock to downtown Lexington for the annual Cold Brew Coffee Festival

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) — Thousands of people flocked to downtown Lexington Saturday morning for the annual Cold Brew Coffee Festival. This year, 18 cafes and roasters participated, each creating a specialty blend as well as a classic cold brew to sip. Organizers say it’s a partnership between local coffee roasters …

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Hughes & Coleman Hometown Hero: Danny Carothers

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – This week’s hometown hero is brought to you by Hughes & Coleman Personal Injury Lawyers. Danny Carothers is known as the person you can always count on. “Danny is an inspiring human being, and I’m proud to call him my friend,” says Carothers friend Maura …

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Kentucky flood death toll reaches 39 after more than 1,300 rescues

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said the death toll in the catastrophic flooding rose Thursday afternoon to 39. “We have more difficult news in Eastern Kentucky. The official flood toll has now risen to 39, with an additional loss in Breathitt County,” he …

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Markey study: betamethasone may improve prostate cancer radiotherapy outcomes

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (August 12, 2022) — A new study published by researchers at the University of Kentucky Cancer Center suggests that the common steroid betamethasone could be used to reduce unwanted side effects of radiation therapy treatments for prostate cancer. The research was published in the International Journal of Molecular …

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View from the Hill: McChesney Field Campus

A huge outdoor classroom located just 20 minutes from WKU’s main campus provides endless opportunities for learning and connection. In this week View from the hillWKU’s Amy Bingham shows off everything McChesney Field Campus has to offer. “It was really the family’s vision to see how they can give back …

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Kentucky crosses past Dominican Republic on Wednesday – UK Athletics

NASSAU, Bahamas — Reigning National Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds as Kentucky edged the Dominican Republic National Team 108-56 on Wednesday night in a exhibition basketball at the Baha Mar Resort. Tshiebwe led six Kentucky players who scored in double figures in …

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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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