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AP

University of Kentucky infectious disease specialists are urging pregnant women to heed the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and avoid travel to countries where the Zika virus is active.

State Republican Lawmakers Swing Support Behind Rubio

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AP

Some of Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul's top supporters in the state legislature are endorsing Marco Rubio ahead of the state's Republican presidential caucus next month.

Satellite Made In Kentucky Will Head To Space

11 hours ago
Morehead State University

NASA says a satellite from Morehead State University will be on the most powerful rocket ever built when it blasts off to the moon in 2018.

Keeping Convention Center Momentum This Week On The Business Side

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Lexington Center Corporation

This week on the Business Side we talk with Business Lexington editor David Nichols about the ongoing efforts to renovate the Lexington Convention Center which suffered a setback with the release of Governor Matt Bevin's budget proposal.

Bevin Wants To Downsize Scope Of KentuckyWired Project

Feb 6, 2016
kentuckywired.ky.gov

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin wants to downsize a proposed 3,400-mile fiber optic network meant to make high-speed Internet possible throughout the state.  Bevin told the Saving Our Appalachian Region meeting Friday the project is off track. He said he still supports installing the network in eastern Kentucky.

lexingtonky.gov

Lexington’s Urban County Council unanimously passed a resolution Thursday that lowers the speed limits of several downtown streets from 35 to 25 miles per hour. 

Louisville Self-Imposes Postseason Ban In Escort Scandal

Feb 5, 2016
University of Louisville

Louisville has announced a postseason ban for its men’s basketball team amid ongoing investigations into a sex scandal in which an escort alleged that a former staffer paid her and other dancers to strip and have sex with recruits and players.

Josh James / WUKY

Several pieces of lightning rod legislation cleared hurdles late Thursday as the General Assembly wrapped up its last heavily scheduled day this week.

LFUCG

Members of Lexington’s Urban County Council were updated on city’s plans to build a high-speed fiber optic network at a workshop Friday. 

Chandler On: Powers, Paul, And New Dem. Party Chair

Feb 4, 2016
Associated Press

Former Kentucky Congressman Ben Chandler talks with Alan Lytle about a rather eventful week in Kentucky Politics.

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