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Hundreds of single flames illuminated the sky Sunday night at Triangle Park and prayer and hymns were led from a temporary podium as children played in the nearby fountain, still innocent to the events that had taken place the night before in Orlando.

President Carter Tours Ark Park Site

Jun 10, 2016
Associated Press

Former President Jimmy Carter visited the site of a Noah's Ark attraction being built in central Kentucky.  Carter toured the 510-foot-long wooden ark after an invitation from a friend whose firm is helping construct the ark. The attraction is set to open on July 7.

AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File

In an unusually candid interview with Bloomberg Politics, Senator Mitch McConnell offered a window into his thinking on presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

In a rare show of bipartisan cooperation, Congress approved a sweeping federal overhaul of chemical safety laws this week. But one lawmaker not cheering is Kentucky’s junior senator, Rand Paul.

Saying Farewell To The Greatest

Jun 9, 2016
Associated Press

The Latest on memorials for boxing great Muhammad Ali. 

Ashland The Henry Clay Estate

To celebrate national hemp heritage week, the historic home of the great compromiser is holding a day-long hemp symposium this Saturday.

Toyota Marking 30 Years Since Ground Broken In Georgetown

Jun 8, 2016
TMMK

Toyota is marking the 30th anniversary since work started on the Georgetown plant with a celebratory ceremony.

Pimlico Apartments Get Makeover And A New Name

Jun 7, 2016
GTV3 - City of Lexington

The transformation is complete for the old Pimlico Apartments on Centre Parkway.  Monday saw the official dedication of Centre Meadows, a $15.5M renovation to the Lexington Housing Authority’s apartment complex.

Associated Press

An Ohio prosecutor says he isn't seeking charges against the mother of a 3-year-old boy who got into the Cincinnati Zoo's gorilla exhibit, resulting in the shooting of an endangered gorilla to protect him.

Associated Press

Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Sunday warned Donald Trump to drop his attacks on a Latino judge presiding over a lawsuit against Trump University, joining the widespread rejection of their presumptive presidential nominee's treatment of the federal jurist.

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