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ABC 36 Golden Care: A mother’s battle

Berea, Ky (WTVQ)-- Being a first time parent is a scary feeling. It's even scarier when you don't know if your baby is going...

Terminally ill Catholic priest released from prison

A Kentucky priest convicted of sexual abuse has been released early from prison due to a terminal illness.

Boil Water Advisory for the City of Carlisle

The entire City of Carlisle is under a Boil Water Advisory until further notice following a water main break Tuesday.

What’s Going Around – Early Pregnancy & Morning Sickness

Dr. Ryan Stanton takes a closer look at early pregnancy and how some mothers-to-be are affected by morning sickness.

‘Loitering Teens’ Cause Jefferson Mall to Close

Officials with Jefferson Mall say they closed an hour early Monday due to a disturbance in the mall, according to ABC affiliate WHAS11.

Study adds to debate over bill to push back start of school

Supporters of legislation to push back the opening date for many Kentucky school districts are pointing to a study claiming the early return to school costs the state millions of dollars.

EKU IT system down

According to EKU officials the IT system was down on Friday so they closed the campus.

School readiness summit promotes young students’ success

Gov. Steve Beshear is speaking at Kentucky's first-ever School Readiness Summit at the Convention Center in Frankfort.

Grimes predicts low turnout in Kentucky governor’s race

Kentucky's chief election official said she expects fewer than 1 million of Kentucky's 3.2 million registered voters will cast ballots in the state's general election on Tuesday.

New downtown bridge to open early

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear says a new Ohio River bridge between downtown Louisville and southern Indiana is expected to open earlier than projected.

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Special day, month raise awareness of deafness, hearing loss

Part of events focus on deafness among youths.

Pandemic can’t stop Central Bank’s ‘Hit Me with Your Trick Shot’ Hoops for Hope

Participants will videotape their trick shot; Winners will be announced March 9

NKU student qualifies for national business pitch event

Kelly earned a bid to the Rice Business Plan Competition.

‘Democracy in America’ exhibit coming to Somerset, Wilmore, other towns

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) — The Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with Kentucky Humanities, will bring Voices and Votes: Democracy in America, an exhibit that examines the...