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  1. Judge blocks Gov. Matt Bevin's move abolishing University of Louisville boardRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WDRB-TV Louisville

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. A judge has ruled in favor of Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear and blocked Gov. Matt Bevin's executive order abolishing the University of Louisville's board of trustees.

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  2. UofL's CBDPP receives $2 million grant to continue oral health care ...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Medical News

    Underserved Kentuckians living with HIV/ AIDS can continue to rely on comprehensive oral health care offered through the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, thanks to $2 million in federal funding. The funding has been awarded to the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department for Public Health HIV/AIDS Services Branch, Ryan White Part B program and contracted to the UofL School of Dentistry.

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  3. UofL Provides Comprehensive Dental Care for People Living with HIVRead the original story

    Thursday | Newswise

    Underserved Kentuckians living with HIV/ AIDS can continue to rely on comprehensive oral health care offered through the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, thanks to $2 million in federal funding. The funding has been awarded to the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department for Public Health HIV/AIDS Services Branch, Ryan White Part B program and contracted to the UofL School of Dentistry.

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  4. Meeting reviews growing concern of viral hepatitisRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2016 | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    The Kentucky Department for Public Health hosted the Viral Hepatitis Conference on Tuesday to bring together community-based organizations and local, state and federal agencies to educate and share resources and information surrounding the growing health concern.

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  5. Cost to operate jail dropping -Read the original story

    Thursday | News Democrat

    Jailer Phil Gregory recently released a comparison from previous years to date of how much it costs the taxpayers of Logan County to operate the detention center. He did this at the Tuesday, July 26 fiscal court meeting, soon after magistrate Dickie Carter had made a motion on July 12- which did not pass- to build onto the detention center due to overcrowding.

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  6. Reduced weight restrictions have been lifted -Read the original story

    Thursday | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has lifted the posted weight restriction of 3 tons for a Harlan County bridge that carries U.S. 119 over KY 160 and Looney Creek. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet asks motorists to use the signed detour for alternate routes, and to utilize safe driving habits when traveling through the area.

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  7. Rick Perry's Digital Legacy Gives Texas Archivists New MomentumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Gilmer Mirror

    In February 2014, state archivist Jelain Chubb got the news she'd been waiting for: Gov. Rick Perry would be delivering all of the records from his unprecedentedly long tenure to the State Library and Archives Commission. But there was a problem.

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  8. Traffic Advisory: Wreck closes NB I65 Northbound In LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Columbia Magazine

    Traffic Advisory: Wreck closes NB I65 Northbound In Louisville - Louisville Metro Police Department in Kentucky reports that I-65 N is closed at mile marker 135.4 near The Muhammad Ali Exit in Jefferson County for 2-3 hours due to Jack Knifed Semi. Chris Jessie.

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  9. Rick Perry's Digital Legacy Gives Archivists New MomentumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Texas Tribune

    Rick Perry with Reveille, the Texas A&M mascot. This image is included in Perry's collection in the Texas Digital Archive.

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  10. Grimes talks up Clinton as fighter against TrumpRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2016 | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes used her speech Tuesday at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia to paint Hillary Clinton as caring and inquisitive and "a fighter for every single thing Donald Trump is against."

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  11. Adair Co. Community Grieving Couple Killed In Georgia Boating AccidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WLEX-TV Lexington

    Friends and family are still reeling from the loss of four Kentuckians killed two weeks ago in a Georgia boating accident. "It's sad, the situation here and that's going on since the passing the passing of Anthony and Tammy," said the Adair County couple's neighbor Mike Smith.

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  12. Roth brothers bring podcast home to LouisvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Two Louisville natives who left home and found business success are returning to Kentucky for the first-ever live edition of their new podcast. Brothers Daniel and Evan Roth, creators of the Breaking the Mold podcast, will host the show live on Aug. 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Henry Clay Building.

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  13. A Kentucky governor once attempted biological warfare in the Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Dr. Luke Blackburn was a respected medical doctor and philanthropist until he allegedly attempted to create a yellow fever outbreak targeting Northern civilians and soldiers during the Civil War. Despite widespread outrage at the time, he later won a landslide victory to become the governor of Kentucky.

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  14. Conference addresses growing concern of viral hepatitis -Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    The Kentucky Department for Public Health hosted the Viral Hepatitis Conference on Tuesday to bring together community-based organizations, local, state and federal agencies to educate, share resources and information surrounding this growing health concern. Hepatitis, infection of the liver, is typically caused by viruses such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C. It is a significant health concern in Kentucky, which has the highest rates of Hepatitis C infection in the country.

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  15. Read StoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Cincinnati.com

    Column: Kentucky HEALTH means a healthier state Plan empowers individuals, creates platform for shared responsibility in improving their own health. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/2amx17p On Dec. 30, we started the process of transforming Kentucky's Medicaid program to produce better health outcomes, while ensuring the program's long-term fiscal sustainability.

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  16. In Focus BlogShowdown Looms Over Changes to Kentucky MedicaidRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | The American Journal of Managed Care

    CMS will face the question of whether to approve Governor Matt Bevin's requests, which include work requirements, or see if he follows through on a threat to cancel Medicaid expansion for 450,000. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, a Republican elected last fall with a vow to end Medicaid expansion, will soon give CMS a touch choice: approve his Medicaid overhaul, or he'll cancel expansion.

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  17. Out with the oldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Cadiz Record

    Crews load boats and equipment barges to begin collected scrap steel from the bottom of the navigation channel just after bridge demolition. AURORA -- The parking area for the amphitheater at Kenlake State Resort Park was already full by 5 a.m.; by 6:56 a.m., the main spans of old Eggners Ferry Bridge were nothing more than smoke and memory.

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  18. Enter sweepstakes to win an iPadRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    Kentucky residents have another chance to win a new iPad from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority in a sweepstakes being held through Facebook in August. The contest runs from 12 a.m. on Aug.1 through midnight on Sept.

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  19. Jewish Inmate On Death Row Sues To Keep Kosher After Chicken DinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | WLEX-TV Lexington

    A Jewish inmate on Kentucky's death row is suing in federal court, saying he was unfairly removed from a kosher meals program for eating an unlabeled meal of rotisserie chicken. The Courier-Journa l reports that William Harry Meece's chicken dinner violated a rule requiring people getting special meals to strictly adhere to their religious diets.

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  20. Kentucky rolls out billboards reminding motorists to stop for school busesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | WDRB-TV Louisville

    As a new school approaches for hundreds of thousands of Kentucky schoolchildren, motorists will soon start seeing reminders across the state to watch out for stopped school buses. passing a stopped school bus.

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