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One Lexington Store Is Proving Lucky For Lottery Fans

People are lining up to get their hands on a Powerball ticket before the numbers are drawn for tonight’s big jackpot, but lottery business is booming for one store in particular.

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People are lining up to get their hands on a Powerball ticket before the numbers are drawn for tonight’s big jackpot, but lottery business is booming for one store in particular.

First Responders In Kentucky To Receive Doses Of Narcan

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Gov. Matt Bevin says first responders in parts of Kentucky are receiving doses of Narcan to help fight drug overdoses.

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This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Amanda Abnee Gumbert, extension specialist at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment about clean water, water systems, and why we should never take them for granted.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has announced a program to make it easier for people to dispose of their leftover prescription painkillers.

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Republican state Sen. Whitney Westerfield plans to make another run for the state’s top law enforcement job.

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Stand up Paddle boarding is an activity that seems tailor made for folks wanting to explore Kentucky’s many scenic lakes and waterways.  Not surprisingly it’s catching on in the commonwealth.  In fact, WUKY’s Samantha Lederman recently spent her evening paddling around Lake Cumberland.  Her excursion is the latest in our series of Kentucky Adventures.

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The bright summer day went dim, crickets launched into an early rendition of their nightly mating calls, and Lexingtonians lifted their eyes in unison Monday. The total solar eclipse drew watchers across the city in several designated viewing areas.

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On the same day as the total solar eclipse we shine our business side spotlight on Kentucky's burgeoning solar energy industry.  WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Jamie Clark with the Kentucky Solar Energy Society.

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The Kentucky Horse Park is hosting the United State Hunter Jumper Association Championships this weekend, and as Horse Capital Reporter Samantha Lederman explains, that means there's a lot of money at stake.

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UK Astronomy Professor Tom Troland could hardly contain his excitement when he stopped by to talk about Monday's total solar eclipse with WUKY's Alan Lytle.

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