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 2018-07-20 11:37 

Lexington Herald-Leader

Severe storms are likely in Central Kentucky. When, where and how bad?...

Severe storms with hail, damaging winds and possibly tornadoes could hit Central Kentucky Friday afternoon and evening. The National Weather Service reported Lexington has an "enhanced" potential for severe storms ......

 2018-07-20 11:36 

Courier-Journal

Preseason football odds don't flatter Louisville, Kentucky, WKU or Indiana...

Each of the four teams is not being projected to seriously contend for a conference title in 2018....

 2018-07-20 11:33 

Courier-Journal

If immigrants were white and Christian, our system wouldn't be broken...

The call to abolish ICE is a symptom of our broken immigration system, writes Brian Rich....

 2018-07-20 11:27 

Courier-Journal

What you need to know about possible severe weather this weekend...

Rain and severe thunderstorms could be headed toward Southern Indiana and the Louisville area Friday and into the weekend...

 2018-07-20 11:19 

Lexington Herald-Leader

At least 11 die when duck boat capsizes in Missouri lake...

At least 11 people, including children, died after a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank on a lake during a thunderstorm in a country music mecca in southwest Missouri, the ......

 2018-07-20 10:58 

The Advocate-Messenger

Trusty Caladiums :Tropical plants provide gorgeous pops of color to fill spaces spring blooms leave behind when dormant...

By SUSAN JONAS Garden Club of Danville It's 90 degrees, the humidity is over 70 percent, and rain has been sporadic. By mid afternoon on a sweltering day, the garden looks as limp as I feel. Yet there they are, sailing above the tired groundcover, my ...

 2018-07-20 10:54 

The Advocate-Messenger

Library Hoedown, The Instrument Petting Zoo...

The all-female bluegrass band Lafferty Pike, from Ohio, is touring Kentucky libraries this summer and stopped at the Boyle County Public Library Thursday morning. The band not only played bluegrass tunes, they also talked about the "voices of their in...

 2018-07-20 10:53 

Courier-Journal

Medicaid cuts, Occupy ICE out & Matt Bevin's house: 5 things you missed Thursday...

A lot happened Thursday: Bevin restored Medicaid cuts, a mayoral candidate says Greg Fischer lied, and Beivn's house is back in the news...

 2018-07-20 10:44 

The Advocate-Messenger

Arts Commission marks 20th year by thanking, recognizing board members...

By MIMI BECKER Arts Commission of Danville-Boyle County The Arts Commission, like many other non-profit organizations, counts on the dedication and generosity of people who volunteer their time for the good of the community. Rarely do these individuals re...

 2018-07-20 10:39 

Courier-Journal

Cheap mimosas and boutique barbers: Try these 9 new things in Louisville...

Whether you're looking for a $1 mimosa in Butchertown or a butcher in Portland, here are nine new things to know about Louisville's neighborhoods....

 2018-07-20 10:35 

The Advocate-Messenger

Church briefs, July 20...

Pleasant Valley to hold VBS Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, 1597 Boones Creek Road will be having Vacation Bible School, Saturday July 21, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. "Put on the Whole Armor Of God!" Water inflatable fun, bean bag toss, crafts. It is Faith Gro...

 2018-07-20 10:34 

The Advocate-Messenger

There she goes...

By DAVID WHITLOCK Religion columnist The sun hadn't been up long when Lori and I turned the corner and headed downhill, almost halfway through our morning walk. Just then we saw our friend, Abby, and her 21-month-old daughter, Adalyn. Momma was keepin...

 2018-07-20 10:32 

The Advocate-Messenger

When praying for rain, don't forget an umbrella...

By BILLY HOLLAND Religion columnist I've heard the old saying that "life is not a bed of roses" for as long as I can remember. I understand what it's trying to convey but I've also thought that it would not really be all that great to ...

 2018-07-20 10:24 

Lexington Herald-Leader

Trump-Putin II: Planning fall event in aftermath of Helsinki...

Unbowed by swirling criticism of his summit encounter with Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump swiftly invited the Russian leader to the White House this fall for a second get-together. Putin's ......

 2018-07-20 10:03 

The Advocate-Messenger

Police: Child runs into slow-moving vehicle...

STAFF REPORT advocate@amnews.com A 3-year-old child was sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after running into a moving vehicle in the parking lot at Cattleman's Roadhouse on Wednesday. According to Danville Police, the child was c...

 2018-07-20 10:01 

The Advocate-Messenger

Hep A vaccinations required for school children...

A new state law that went into effect July 1 requires every child in Kentucky who attends day care facilities, preschool programs and public or private primary and secondary schools to have received a Hepatitis A vaccination. Also, home-schooled students ...

 2018-07-20 10:00 

The Advocate-Messenger

EDP discusses new partnership agreement...

The Economic Development Partnership voted Wednesday to move forward on creating a new memorandum of agreement between its partners, since the existing one expired June 30. EDP Chair Ben Nelson said he's "volunteered pro bono for the last two to t...

 2018-07-20 10:00 

The Daily Independent

Equal pay rates discussed in Boyd...

What is the appropriate starting pay rate for an employee of Boyd County?...

 2018-07-20 10:00 

The Daily Independent

ACTCannounces president finalists...

VERSAILLES Three highly-placed community college officials, including one with ties to Ashland Community and Technical College, are on the short list for consideration as ACTC's new president, according to the college's governing body....

 2018-07-20 10:00 

The Daily Independent

Soft opening at Bluegrass RV...

SUMMIT Buyers are driving in the lot at Bluegrass RV and in some cases driving out with new travel trailers in tow, even though the dealership's official opening is three weeks away....

 2018-07-20 09:30 

The Daily Independent

Grayson man charged with animal cruelty, county cutting costs to house animals...

GRAYSON A Grayson man is charged with hundreds of counts of animal cruelty and had many of his animals seized. Now county officials are saying the cost of housing the animals is impacting the county financially....

 2018-07-20 09:15 

The Daily Independent

Questioning intelligence...

Questioning intelligence...

 2018-07-20 09:15 

The Daily Independent

Charity splash at Don Hall Chevrolet...

The employees and supervisors of Don Hall Chevrolet in Ashland dunked for donations on Wednesday, July 18....

 2018-07-20 09:00 

The News Enterprise

HCS Early Learning Academy ready to open...

Macguire Winchester, 4, was hiding behind his parents' legs when he first entered the west pod at the College View Campus....

 2018-07-20 08:43 

Lexington Herald-Leader

Kentucky State Police seek votes for cruiser in contest...

Who has the coolest cruiser around? Kentucky State Police are confident that they do and they are seeking votes to prove it. The agency is participating in the American Association ......

 2018-07-20 08:42 

The News Enterprise

Kentucky State Police seek votes for cruiser in contest...

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Who has the coolest cruiser around? Kentucky State Police are confident that they do and they are seeking votes to prove it....

 2018-07-20 07:22 

The News Enterprise

Board of education approves designs for Lincoln Trail, East Hardin schools...

Hardin County Schools Board of Education members approved schematic designs Thursday for new buildings to replace Lincoln Trail Elementary and East Hardin Middle schools....

 2018-07-20 07:22 

The News Enterprise

E'town man indicted on first-degree rape of minor charge...

An Elizabethtown man was indicted on rape and sexual abuse charges this week by a LaRue County grand jury....

 2018-07-20 06:26 

Lexington Herald-Leader

Kentucky's jobless rate rises slightly in June...

Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate increased slightly in June. The Kentucky Center for Statistics says the state's seasonally adjusted jobless rate was 4.2 percent. The preliminary statewide figure ......

 2018-07-20 06:25 

The News Enterprise

Kentucky's jobless rate rises slightly in June...

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate increased slightly in June....

 2018-07-20 05:30 

The News Enterprise

Health officials stress hepatitis A vaccine...

Health officials in Kentucky urge anyone living in a county with confirmed cases of hepatitis A to get vaccinated....

 2018-07-20 05:30 

The News Enterprise

HMH...

Hardin Memorial Health Auxiliary awarded a record number of scholarships this year to students across the region pursuing medical degrees....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Parking committee discusses garages...

According to the Owensboro Parking Committee, construction of the city's second downtown parking garage at Second and Locust streets will be substantially complete late next month, and it will be open in time for the 2018 Owensboro Air Show Sept.......

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Openings still available at Cathedral Preschool...

Cathedral Preschool, at 600 Locust St, is still accepting registrations for the 2018-19 school year....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Details about main breaks cast sense of urgency on decommission strategy...

Officials say substantial work to complete repairs to a pair of water mains that burst last week at Owensboro Municipal Utilities Plant A is complete, but now their attention must turn to the century-old plant's long-term fate and what steps......

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Cape Air setting records this summer...

In June, Cape Air dropped its air fares between Owensboro and St. Louis to $19 each way this summer....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Wendell Foster rolls out red carpet for first responders...

Emergency vehicles lined the Wendell Foster parking lot and part of Triplett Street on Thursday afternoon, when the center for disabled people hosted an appreciation barbecue for Daviess County first responders....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

OPD seeks leads in two early morning robberies...

The Owensboro Police Department is seeking information on two connected armed robberies that occurred early Thursday morning on Goetz Drive and on Carter Road....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Brake rated as exemplary OPS leader...

Owensboro Public Schools Superintendent Nick Brake received an exemplary rating across the board for his annual evaluation, a decision that was approved unanimously by the board of education Thursday during a regular board meeting at the district's ce...

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Showing their appreciation...

Emergency vehicles lined the Wendell Foster parking lot and part of Triplett Street on Thursday afternoon, when the center for disabled people hosted an appreciation barbecue for Daviess County first responders....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

City police seek leads in two early morning robberies...

The Owensboro Police Department is seeking information on two connected armed robberies that occurred early Thursday morning on Goetz Drive and on Carter Road....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Lions Club Fair opens carnival for local groups...

Kierra Carter, McKaylee Casey, Bri Cairol and Riley Hite were still dizzy from getting off the Puppy Roll, a colorful spinning ride where kids climb into giant pastel puppies, but they were ready to hit the Super Slide....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Focus shifts to Plant A decommission...

Officials say substantial work to complete repairs to a pair of water mains that burst last week at Owensboro Municipal Utilities Plant A is complete, but now their attention must turn to the century-old plant's long-term fate and what steps......

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Boyd County requires vaccinations for food workers...

As hepatitis A spreads in Kentucky, Boyd County and the city of Ashland recently passed measures requiring all food service workers to be vaccinated against the virus, and a neighboring Eastern Kentucky county is poised to join them....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Man indicted in 1983 rape case because of DNA test...

A man already serving a 200-year prison sentence for rape was indicted Wednesday on a new rape charge stemming from the DNA testing of a 1983 sexual assault kit....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Cape Air sets records this summer...

In June, Cape Air dropped its air fares between Owensboro and St. Louis to $19 each way this summer....

 2018-07-20 05:00 

Messenger-Inquirer

Daviess Circuit Court...

Div. I, Judge Jay Wethington...

 2018-07-20 04:00 

The News Enterprise

Burress promoted to executive director of LTADD...

After 33 years working with the Lincoln Trail Area Development District, Mike Burress has been selected as the organization's next executive director....

 2018-07-20 03:50 

Courier-Journal

One dead after motorcycle collides with car on Preston Highway...

A car pulled out in front of a motorcycle around 9:45 p.m. causing the crash, according to police....

 2018-07-20 02:47 

Courier-Journal

Courier Journal hosts solutions-focused event on drug addiction...

The Thursday informational fair and speaker panel was part of the Courier Journal's ongoing coverage of the drug addiction epidemic in Kentucky....

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