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After a short break DeBraun returns to the airwaves with this profile of Severn Edmondson of the group Onward Pilgrim.

An Amber Alert has been issued for 4-year-old Rebecca Ann Lewis who was last seen near Kentucky. Lewis was reported missing Saturday. She is described as having blonde hair, blue eyes, 30 pounds and is 3 feet tall. She was last seen wearing a pink dress. 

Kentucky Heritage Council

This week marks the the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act and the Kentucky Heritage Council is holding a day-long celebration this Friday.  WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with the Heritage Council's Diane Comer about the event and what the NHPA has meant to the Commonwealth.

Ag Secretary Announces Program To Reduce Rural Poverty

Oct 6, 2016

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has been in Kentucky to announce a program to reduce rural poverty nationwide.

Josh James / WUKY

State House Speaker Greg Stumbo has appointed a five-member committee to dig deeper into accusations that Gov. Matt Bevin made threats and retaliated against Democrats in the chamber, charges the administration has categorically denied.

Samantha Lederman

Keeneland's Fall Meet starts on Friday and our own Samantha Lederman has the details of what to expect and how to make the most of it.

US Government Ok's Dismantling Kentucky Health Exchange

Oct 4, 2016

Federal officials have approved Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's plan to dismantle the state health exchange.  The exchange, known as kynect, was launched in 2013 and has been a way for Kentucky residents to shop for health insurance or enroll in Medicaid under the federal Affordable Care Act. After Nov. 1, people in Kentucky will use the federal health exchange to find coverage.

Associated Press

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin urged a group of preachers to embrace political speech at the pulpit by telling them not to fear a federal law that prohibits candidate endorsements by tax-exempt churches.

Robin Kunkel Code

Confederate statues in downtown Lexington continue to court controversy, despite a February decision by the mayor to add more context to the displays.

Health Officials Confirm West Nile Case

Oct 4, 2016

Health officials in Lexington say they have confirmed the city's first case of West Nile virus.