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Dozen counties randomly chosen for election audit

Attorney General Daniel Cameron held a public random drawing on Monday to select the 12 Kentucky counties that ...

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Kentucky’s COVID-19 cases jump, hospitalizations drop

The number of Kentuckians with COVID-19 nearly doubled last week over the prior week, but fewer people were ...

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Arts’ Watch: Giving Tuesday

By Bill McCann Columnist Giving Tuesday is Tuesday, November 29. This year is the day that local nonprofit ...

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Former Ky. Gov. Brown to lie in state in Capitol Rotunda

Gov. Andy Beshear is inviting the public to pay their respects to former Kentucky Governor John Y. Brown ...

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Wildcats boot Cardinals to end 2-game slide, retain Governor’s Cup

Kentucky finished the regular season on a high note and take a dose of momentum into the postseason. ...

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Four Kentuckians have died from the flu so far this season

Influenza continues to spread across Kentucky, and three more residents of the state have died from it, according ...

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Strategies to help you save during Black Friday and Cyber Monday

 During the months of November and December the economy relies heavily on consumer spending for the holidays, including ...

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Alvarado accepts health commissioner position in Tennessee

State Sen. Ralph Alvarado, R-Winchester, who earlier this month won re-election to another four-year term, will be stepping ...

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Condley: Butter Nut Chewies

By Sarah Condley Columnist I was going to bake a couple of treats for the youth at our ...

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Taylor: It’s been a November to forget for Cats

It hasn’t been a November to remember for Kentucky. The Wildcats have two losses in their first five ...

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Gas prices drop ahead of holiday weekend

It’s historically unusual for gas prices to drop prior to a heavily-traveled holiday, but that’s exactly what’s going ...

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Stoops inks new contract as season spirals

Mark Stoops doesn’t regret signing a contract extension but wishes the timing of the agreement could have been ...

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Living on Purpose: We have much to be thankful for

By Billy Holland Columnist I’ve always enjoyed Thanksgiving with my family, but many times, I become distracted from ...

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Operation CARE begins Wednesday for KSP

Kentucky State Police will be participating in Operation CARE Nov. 23-27 to promote highway safety during the heavily ...

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Kentucky digs deep, shows grit and determination in loss to No. 1 Georgia

Kentucky made No. 1 Georgia earn its second straight perfect season in the Southeastern Conference Saturday. The Bulldogs ...

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Unemployment rose slightly, sitting at 3.9%

Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary October 2022 unemployment rate rose slightly to 3.9%, according to the Kentucky Center for ...

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Zags put Cats through West Coast crush

News Release No. 4 Kentucky faced a number of obstacles on Sunday night. The Cats were taking on ...

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Toyota on Nicholasville receives honor for service

Toyota on Nicholasville was presented with the prestigious President’s Board of Governors Award from Toyota Motor North America ...

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Housing is key to attracting Kentucky’s future workforce

By Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ashli Watts, Homebuilders Association of Kentucky CEO / EVP Anetha Sanford, and Kentucky ...

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Fredrick owns up to performance, bounces back to lead Cats past S.C. State

CJ Fredrick wasn’t happy with his performance in Kentucky’s double-overtime loss to Michigan State on Tuesday night. Instead ...