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This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Todd Cheever, faculty member in the UK Healthcare Department of Psychiatry about some persistent myths surrounding suicide and suicide prevention.  A special one-day conference on the topic, presented by UK Worklife takes place on September 1.

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Over 85 Lexingtonians crowded into the Lyric Theater to hear about the next design phase for the Legacy Trail. 

Kentucky To get $2.6 Million For Cancer Screenings

Aug 25, 2015
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Gov. Steve Beshear has announced Kentucky will get $2.6 million in federal grant money over the next five years to encourage people in Louisville and Appalachia to be screened for colon cancer.

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife officials say they have investigated and can't say for sure how a mountain lion turned up on a central Kentucky farm last December.

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Kentucky’s legal costs for defending its same-sex marriage ban all the way to the Supreme Court could be in the millions.

One of the most experienced and award winning trauma surgeons at the University of Kentucky Medical Center won’t be able to practice medicine but will be allowed to keep his tenure privileges. 

Thousands Rally For Clerks Denying Marriage Licenses

Aug 24, 2015

Three Kentucky county clerks who are refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples drew thunderous cheers from a crowd gathered at the state capitol.

A Different Kind Of Development To Take Shape Along Midland Avenue

Aug 24, 2015
Community Ventures Corporation

This week on the Business Side we talk with Lane Report managing editor Mark Green about an effort underway to transform a once important corridor of downtown Lexington.  Community Ventures Corporation is tearing down a row of buildings along Midland Avenue.  In its place will go several new mixed use buildings that will include up to one hundred units of affordable housing.

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This week DeBraun profiles singer-songwriter Marcus Wilkerson.

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The Kentucky Republican Party has approved a presidential caucus for March 5, allowing Rand Paul to run for president and re-election to his U.S. Senate seat at the same time without running afoul of state law.

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