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Tates Creek High School students show they are #MarshallStrong

There is a sea of blue and orange today. WUKY’s Karyn Czar has more on the day to rally behind Marshall County.

If you were a golfer you’d jump at a chance to attend a clinic with the likes of Rory McElroy or Jason Day.  Or maybe a quarterback camp with Tom Brady?  Well, recently some aspiring equestrians from all over the country came to the Kentucky Horse Park to get invaluable tips from a bona fide superstar, Charlotte Dujardin of Great Britain.  WUKY’s Samantha Lederman has the story.

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Lobbying expenditures hit an all-time high in the General Assembly last year – and that’s despite a shorter legislative session.

Education Commissioner: Budget Cuts Will Hit Schools Hard

Feb 1, 2018
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Schools would be hit hard and some hard-pressed districts could go broke under proposed state budget cuts that seek to shift millions of dollars in transportation and health insurance costs to local school districts, Kentucky's education commissioner said Wednesday.

Associated Press

Republican members of Congress with medical experience put their skills to work after a train carrying dozens of them crashed into a garbage truck in rural Virginia, killing one person in the truck and injuring others.

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This week Dr. Greg talks with Erica Ribenboim and Kassidy Wolfe, student coordinators for the UK College of Dentistry's annual Give Kids a Smile Free Clinic.  The event takes place this Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon at UK Dentistry, Turfland.

State Lawmakers Weigh-In On SOTU

Jan 31, 2018
Associated Press

Kentucky lawmakers Hal Rogers, Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell and John Yarmuth have issued their opinions about President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address. 

Carnegie Center

The Kentucky Writers Hall Of Fame at the Carnegie Center For Literacy And Learning welcomes four new members Wednesday night. The hall was created to celebrate Kentucky’s rich literary heritage and to recognize outstanding writers whose work reflects the character and culture of the Commonwealth.

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Kentucky's top public safety official says the state's prisons will run out of space by May 2019, possibly forcing the early release of thousands of nonviolent inmates as the state continues to grapple with the effects of a nationwide opioid epidemic.

Ex-Kentucky House Speaker In Ethics Probe Runs Unopposed

Jan 30, 2018
Associated Press

Kentucky's former House speaker, embroiled in an ethics investigation after acknowledging he signed a secret sexual harassment settlement, will face no opposition in his quest to win re-election in his heavily Republican district.

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