Local/Regional News
3:14 am
Thu March 12, 2009

Cats Win-Advance To Play LSU Friday

Tampa, FL – The Kentucky Wildcats turned up the defensive pressure to erase a 2 point halftime deficit en route to a 71 - 58 over the Ole Miss Rebels. Kentucky advances to play Louisiana State tomorrow in round two of the Southeastern Conference Tournament. Tipoff is at 1 pm in Tampa, Florida.

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Local/Regional News
3:08 am
Thu March 12, 2009

Racinos Gets House Hearing In Frankfort

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Local/Regional News
11:07 am
Wed March 11, 2009

Lawmakers Hinting At Special Session

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Local/Regional News
8:52 am
Wed March 11, 2009

House Spending Bill To Help Out Public Defenders

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Local/Regional News
7:18 am
Wed March 11, 2009

Abortion Legislation Fails in House Committee

Frankfort, KY – Legislation which requires women seeking abortions to be shown ultra-sound imagery has failed to make it out of a House committee. Kentucky Public Radio's Stu Johnson reports.

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Local/Regional News
7:15 am
Wed March 11, 2009

Kentucky House Approves Bill that Funds Public Defenders and Prosecutors

Frankfort, KY – The Kentucky House has approved a supplemental spending bill that provides additional funding for public defenders and prosecutors. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports.

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Tonic
1:49 pm
Tue March 10, 2009

Man with a Mission

Artist Bruce Burris turned his talent into helping others

Man with a Mission

A colorful and successful artist in his own right, Burris also heads Latitudes and EL & F Gallery in Lexington, KY

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UK Perspectives
10:42 am
Tue March 10, 2009

Uncommon Chemistry

Lexington, KY – A conversation with John Anthony, Gill Professor in Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences.

UK Perspectives
10:39 am
Tue March 10, 2009

Heart Health

Lexington, KY – For this program, Dr. Todd speaks with Alison Bailey, Director of Cardiac Rehab at UK Healthcare.

Local/Regional News
9:07 am
Tue March 10, 2009

Player Death Prompts Legislative Action

Frankfort, KY – Several witnesses, including University of Kentucky head football coach Rich Brooks, urged passage of legislation seeking additional training for high school coaches regarding heat-related illnesses. "I think that the education part is one of the simplest, most efficient and effective ways to deal with this problem."

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