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New Rupp Arena Scoreboard Will be Known as “Lexi”

It was not all bad news at Rupp Arena Saturday.

Trader Joe’s Recalls Some Hummus For Possible Listeria

Bakkavor Foods USA Inc. is recalling two hummus dips sold at Trader Joe's due to potential listeria contamination; however, only one of the two is sold in Kentucky.

Local traffic only on Mason County roadway during construction project

State traffic officials are letting drivers in Mason County know about a change on a local roadway.

New House speaker vows to manage expectations

Kentucky's first Republican House speaker in nearly 100 years says his biggest job will be managing the expectations of the state's restless GOP leaders - starting with the governor.

Governor Bevin orders flags flown at half-staff for service members

Gov. Matt Bevin has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff Monday, Dec. 5, in honor of Staff Sgt. Kevin J. McEnroe and Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty, Fort Campbell soldiers who died while supporting Operation Inherent Resolve.

Call Center Set Up for Fire Donation Information

A call center has been set up to provide information for people who want to donate goods and volunteer to help wildfire victims in Tennessee.

State Collects $52,442 in Unpaid Wages in November

Last month, the Kentucky Labor Cabinet recouped $52,442.67 in unpaid wages for Kentucky workers.

Man Sentenced for Selling Near Fatal Dose of Fentanyl

A Cincinnati man was sentenced to 300 months in federal prison for selling fentanyl that resulted in a near-fatal overdose in northern Kentucky.

Net farm income in Ky. could drop to lowest level since 2010

University of Kentucky agricultural economists say the state's net farm income could drop to its lowest level since 2010.

UPDATE: Cincinnati Man Sentenced in Jail Overdose Death Case

42-year-old Michael Howard, convicted of supplying a mixture of fentanyl and morphine to 44-year-old Kimberly Mullins that led to the overdose of Mullins' daughter, was sentenced to 26 years in federal prison on Thursday.

‘Momma Left Me’: Mother Arrested After Kids Found Home Alone

A Louisville mother is facing charges after police say she left her three young children at home alone, prompting one of the children to knock on a neighbor's door and say "momma left me."

UPS Store ‘Unstable’ After Wrong-Way Driver Crashes into It

A Louisville UPS store has been deemed structurally unsafe after a wrong-way driver crashed into the building.

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Five-day July race meet at Keeneland generates $63 million handle

Keeneland held its unprecedented race meet in July after being forced to cancel racing in the spring due to the coronavirus.

UK golfers finish 1-2 in Lexington City Golf Championship

Jacob Cook edged his teammate Cooper Parks by one stroke to win the Lexington City Golf Championship.
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