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Brighten and Awaken Summer Flavors | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 21, 2018
(Family Features) Summer provides an abundance of delicious, fresh-picked flavors, giving home chefs plenty of opportunities to use them in both classic recipes and newfound favorites. From sides to salads to smoothies and everything in between, summer is all about…
Flavorful Foods for Outdoor Family Fun | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 21, 2018
(Family Features) Summer can be jam-packed with camps, family reunions and more, and people can sometimes miss opportunities to enjoy time together. This summer, savor and celebrate those simple yet memorable backyard moments with friends and family that make the…
Host a Better-for-You Barbecue | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 21, 2018
(Family Features) A traditional backyard barbecue is typically filled with a wide array of tempting foods that make it hard to keep a healthy eating plan on track. With a few simple modifications to your menu, you can transform your…
Crowd-Pleasing Summer Entertaining | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 21, 2018
(Family Features) If you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, game night or TV show marathon with friends this summer, it’s helpful to have a plan in mind before diving in.
Lexington Herald Leader | June 21, 2018
Mitch McConnell has made no secret he doesn't want to revisit the repeal of Affordable Care Act — at least during an election year. But Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, who … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 21, 2018
A Lexington restaurant owner and chef has been arrested and charged with sex abuse, according to jail records. Willie Love Talley, 54, was already on the Kentucky sex offender registry … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 21, 2018
We are rolling through the day with more showers and storms rolling across the bluegrass state. These storms are going to put down a tremendous amount of rain, potentially leading … Click to Continue »
Don't Let a Vacation Derail Your Diet | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 20, 2018
(StatePoint) Vacation season is here and it’s no surprise that what you eat can have an impact on your weight. In a study from the University of Georgia, 61 percent of the participants gained weight while on vacation, with an…
Is Your Retirement Income Protected? 9 Questions to Ask | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 20, 2018
(StatePoint) When it comes to retirement planning, anxiety comes with the territory. Will you be able to maintain your lifestyle in retirement? Will you have enough to cover your monthly bills without depleting your savings? Are you at risk of…
Paint like a pro in 5 easy steps | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 20, 2018
(BPT) - Nothing transforms a home quite like a fresh coat of paint. In fact, painting your own house is one of the smartest and easiest DIY upgrades a homeowner can accomplish on their own.
White Nationalist Leader Released From Kentucky Jail | WUKY
WUKY | June 20, 2018
A leading white nationalist figure has been released from a Kentucky jail after serving a sentence for violating his probation for harassing a protester at a 2016 Donald Trump campaign rally.
Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Pension Reforms | WUKY
WUKY | June 20, 2018
Pension reforms approved by the 2018 General Assembly have been ruled unconstitutional.
Fire Causes Cancellation Of Tour Shows In Louisville | WUKY
WUKY | June 20, 2018
A fire at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts has forced the cancellation of a musical scheduled for next week. PNC Broadway President Leslie Broecker said the production of "Waitress" won't be rescheduled and tickets will be refunded.
Prosecutor: Conviction A Warning Against Public Corruption | WUKY
WUKY | June 20, 2018
The U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky says a lobbyist's conviction on bribery charges this week reinforces that public corruption will not be tolerated.
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A former teacher at Ryle High School in Boone County has been indicted in connection with thefts of more than $100,000 from a school account and a club. Bryan Bentley, … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, R-Lexington, said he hopes to pass legislation to prevent the U.S. Department of Justice from separating children from their parents if the families are caught illegally … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A Lexington man is accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend and putting Ambien, a prescription drug for insomnia, in her food so he could sexually abuse her while she slept. Peter … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A Lexington house was seriously damaged and a family was displaced for the night after a fire Tuesday night. Firefighters were called to the house, which is near the corner … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
State regulators have restricted the license of a Kentucky doctor accused of making sexually explicit comments to a woman who had seen him for a hysterectomy. Dr. Stephen P. Meese, … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A Corbin doctor was arrested in Florida and accused of not helping a victim during an assault at a hotel, according to media sources. Morris Beebe, 65, was charged Friday … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A London woman and her husband admitted Tuesday to fatally stabbing her mother, who was reported missing by her Walmart co-workers, court documents state. Christie McFadden, 28, is charged with … Click to Continue »
Kentucky Kernel | June 20, 2018
(BPT) - How big is your retirement nest egg? Is there a chance you could outlive it? Even if you're socking money into your 401(k) every paycheck like clockwork, that's a question worth pondering. Americans are living longer, more active,…
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A heavy-equipment operator from Pulaski County who claimed he was blind to get disability benefits has been sentenced to a year and three months in federal prison and ordered to … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Preservationists are alarmed that the owner of one of Bourbon County’s oldest houses — built by a Revolutionary War officer in the late 1700s — has said he will demolish … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Two former star athletes at Anderson County High School were among four men charged after athletic facilities were vandalized at the school from which they recently graduated. Blake Franklin, Cobe … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A detective who discovered a local gang whose underage members were linked to 150 crimes. A police officer who talked a suicidal man off the ledge of a downtown parking … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A power outage in the area of Tates Creek Road and New Circle Road has left more than 1,000 Kentucky Utilities customers in the dark, according to the power company. … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Thousands years ago, humans set up camp in the Daniel Boone National Forest. They made fires, cooked meals and made tools — then they left. Now, EKU students, in collaboration … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Teaming up with the U.S. Forest Service, a class at Eastern Kentucky University is unearthing artifacts in the Daniel Boone National Forest, the majority of which are up to 5,000 years old. … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
As a cold front drops back into the region, rounds of showers and thunderstorms are kicking back in. These boomers will carry us through the rest of the week and … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A candidate for Letcher County magistrate in the November election was arrested Tuesday after being indicted on multiple charges of child pornography, sexual abuse and retaliating against a witness. Emory … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Preservationists are alarmed that the owner of a historic 1791 house in Paris, Ky., has threatened to demolish it if he can't sell it soon. Revolutionary War Capt. James Wright built the house, as well as a 1786 log cabin behind it. … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
The Lexington parking authority could lose more than $200,000 a year when the University of Kentucky takes control of all or parts of more than a dozen streets in coming … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
A Louisville man was arrested Tuesday night after his mother was attacked by a naked intruder, police said. Police say Lugene Floyd Jr., 19, was in his kitchen with his … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Chas Allen made one life altering mistake. He was hesitant to risk making another one. The first is a matter of public record: In 2004, with three fellow college students, … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
The lead detective investigating the 2014 murder of Marine Cpl. Jonathan Price deflected suggestions by a defense attorney Wednesday that suspects other than co-defendants Quincinio Canada and Dawan Mulazim should … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Seven inmates in a pod at the Franklin County Regional Jail tested positive for methamphetamine after authorities observed camera footage of the men taking the illegal drug. According to jail … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
Bath salts, K2, and Spice are all commonly, and often legally, available products being used as synthetic drugs. … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 20, 2018
This video illustrates how some vehicle burglary "crews" operates. These 5 individuals arrived in a stolen vehicle. They were able to cover an entire neighborhood in less than 9 minutes and burglarized numerous vehicles with unlocked doors. … Click to Continue »
What You Need to Know Before Firing up the Grill | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 19, 2018
(StatePoint) Summer is officially here and with seven in 10 U.S. adults owning a grill or smoker, according to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association, for many, that means it’s time to cook up mouth-watering dishes and invite friends and…
University finalizes changes to guide disciplinary processes in cases of alleged sexual assault | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 19, 2018
The UK community will now rely on an updated set of regulations to guide disciplinary proceedings in cases of alleged sexual assault and other similar incidents.
Keep Kids Busy With A Summertime PLAYlist | Kentucky Kernel
Kentucky Kernel | June 19, 2018
Encourage your kids to express themselves with arts and crafts when school is out. (NAPS)
KSP Troopers Earn Degrees Through New Program | WUKY
WUKY | June 19, 2018
Kentucky State Police announced a hiring policy change a year ago that allows trooper cadet applicants to earn college credit while attending the training academy. State police say the change is paying dividends and nine cadets in the current academy class have earned associate's degrees. The Bluegr...
UK Updates Policy On Sexual Assault Claims | WUKY
WUKY | June 19, 2018
University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto says changes have been finalized to campus regulations dealing with the disciplinary process for allegations that include sexual assault. In an email sent Monday to the campus community, Capilouto said changes are the result of "concerns and suggestions...
New Court Of Appeals Chief To Be Sworn In | WUKY
WUKY | June 19, 2018
The Kentucky Court of Appeals' new chief judge is being sworn in during a public ceremony. Judge Denise G. Clayton will take the oath of office from Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. during a ceremony at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Jefferson County Judicial Center in Louisville.
Barr Wants Border Changes | WUKY
WUKY | June 19, 2018
Congressman Andy Barr wants to pass legislation to stop the separation of children from their parents at the U.S. border. The Republican said he is against families being separated. He wants to confirm they are related and keep them together while they are custody of the Department of Homeland Secur...
Lexington Herald Leader | June 19, 2018
Environmental testing at the site of a proposed Lexington neighborhood has confirmed there is asbestos in old water pipes that were left by Kentucky American Water, the previous owner of … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 19, 2018
Why did they do it? It is a question many Lexingtonians have been asking about the four college students who robbed the special collections room at Transylvania University's library in … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 19, 2018
Kentucky State Police are investigating the death of a 2-year-old girl found inside of a hot car. Trooper Charles Loudermilk says in a news release the child was found unresponsive … Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald Leader | June 19, 2018
Frances Ledford, the widow of iconic University of Kentucky radio play-by-play announcer Cawood Ledford, died Sunday night in Harlan. She was 90. Frances Ledford was born and raised in Lynch, … Click to Continue »