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Monday, August 3, 2020
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Table Talk

Amber and Cody talk about elephants and the "Super Pink Moon" in today's table talk.

Table Talk

Amber and Lisa talk about animals and Jane Fonda on today's Table Talk.

Table Talk

Amber Freeman and Lisa High talk about animals and Dolly Parton's story time today on Table Talk.

Table Talk

Amber Freeman and Doug High discuss giraffes and restaurants in today's table talk.

Table Talk

Cody and Amber talk about robots and pandas in table talk.

Renee’s Bridal with Terri Keath, Health & Fitness Coach

Renee Cunningham, Renee's Bridal and Terri Keath, Health & Fitness coach, talk more about the bridal journey on Midday Kentucky

Wells Plastic Surgery & Skin Care

Midday Kentucky speaks with Susan Wells, Wells Plastic Surgery & Skin Care, about their "virtual" Spring open house on March 19.

BCTC Job Fair

BCTC Director Bruce Manley and Catalent General Manager Rick Tucker talk about the BCTC Job fair as well as some tips for job interviews.

Perspectives

Perspectives talks about cleaning the deck on your home, and how to do it the right way.

Colon Cancer Month

It is Colon Cancer Month, Dr. Justin Case and Dr. James "Bobby" Bailey are here to talk about the importance of routine colonoscopies.

Acoustic Guitar Project

The Acoustic Guitar Project loans artists a guitar for a week, during which time they must create and upload an original song!

Wild Thyme – Mexican Quinoa Bowl

Chef Allison Davis shows us how to make a Mexican Quinoa Bowl!

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The 39-year old man apparently had some kind of medical emergency, according to the Commonwealth Journal.

Man accused of pulling a gun outside restaurant

William Kairn is accused of pulling a handgun on another man outside a restaurant in Danville, according to the Boyle County Sheriff's Office.

Road signs shot in Franklin County

The signs are in the Peaks Mill and Rocky Branch Road area of Franklin County.

USDA identifies mystery seeds from China

The USDA believes the seed shipments are part of a 'brushing scam.'