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Tuesday, June 15, 2021



UK Cutting Hundreds Of Jobs

More than 300 jobs are being cut at the University of Kentucky.

One Stop Shop For Transferring College Students

KnowHow2Transfer.Org provides a more seamless and transparent system for students transferring from a community or technical college to a four-year university.

Baby Boomers, Exercise, And Limits

Some baby boomers may be pushing their bodies too far with exercise.

Danville Police: Couple Arrested Had Bed Bugs

Police arrested Lisa McManus and Thomas McManus, saying they told officers they had bed bugs.

Stolen Items Found In Laurel County; Arrests Made

Police received a complaint from the victim of a theft and had observed a vehicle they say was involved on U.S. 25, one mile north of London.

Road Closing Temporarily In Scott County

Construction crews will close a section of KY 620 in Scott County for pipe replacement work this weekend.

Expansion Of Manufacturing Facility Creates New Jobs

Company officials of Asahi Bluegrass Forge joined in Richmond for a ribbon-cutting on the company’s expansion of a manufacturing facility.

Man Charged In Richmond Drug Investigation

Police have charged Harold W. Hoskins, 32, in a drug trafficking probe.

Education Commissioner Gets Contract Extension

The Kentucky Board of Education has voted to give state Education Commissioner Terry Holliday a four-year contract extension.

Venus Transit Photos… & More

The last Venus Transit to occur until 2117 occurred last evening, when it passed between Earth and the sun.

Studying “Chemo Brain”

The American Cancer Society describes "chemo brain" as the mental cloudiness cancer patients notice before, during, and after treatment.

UPDATE: Two Of Three Suspected Golf Cart Thieves Caught

UK Police said they had caught two of the three juveniles suspected of stealing 11 golf carts and causing an estimated $15,000 in damage Monday evening.

Doctors Talk About Tanorexics

To tan or not to tan? Dermatologists say that's not the question.

Horse trainers, owners and vets blast proposed Lasix ban

Horse trainers, owners and vets blasted a proposed limited ban on the use of Lasix, an anti-bleeding drug, on the day of graded stakes races during a town hall meeting Tuesday conducted by the Kentucky Racing Horse Commission

Update: I-64 Back Open In Clark County After Crash

The crash occurred on I-64 eastbound in Clark County.

Autopsy Findings Released For Lexington Homicide

The body of Douglas Saylor, 66, was found at his home on Elsmere Park. Police are investigating his death as a homicide.

Woman Killed In Powell County Crash

Betty McKinzie, 68, is dead following the crash on Mountain Parkway.

Lane Of I-64 In Franklin County Closing Tonight

One westbound lane of Interstate 64 in Franklin County will be closed tonight, June 5, from 6 p.m. midnight.

More Money Recovered From Pharmaceutical Settlement

The Kentucky attorney general's office has recovered another $2.29 million on behalf of the Kentucky Medicaid program in the Aventis settlement.

Golf Carts Stolen On UK Campus

Lexington police say several golf carts were stolen from the UK Physical Plant division.