For University of Kentucky graduate Scott Tomlin, it’s a very exciting time to follow NBA as the league is loaded with former Wildcats. Like many Kentucky fans, Tomlin keeps track of ex-UK standouts. And, believe or not, he has the best seat in the house in NBA arenas because of his media relations...
WASHINGTON – During the opening 10 weeks of his presidency, Donald J. Trump has proved himself to be a buffoon, a liar, a flim-flam man of the first order and about as trustworthy as your friendly, neighborhood...
A man with a car or truck, a machete and a murderous determination has now become the new norm for low tech terrorist attack. This recent vehicle ramming attack in Britain, where a man mowed down pedestrians...
By Kendall Randolph, Amy Jones-Timoney, and Kody Kiser Special to KyForward When Jon Ross is asked about his favorite part of working as an academic counselor at the Center for Academic and Tutorial Services...
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A man with a car or truck, a machete and a murderous determination has now become the new norm for low tech terrorist attack. This recent vehicle ramming...
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- Kentucky Distillers Association promotes Baldwin, announces other changes in staff duties
- PuraCap Laboratories in Franklin plans $2.5 million upgrade, creating 30 new positions
- Kentucky American Water crews begin opening hydrants for annual flushing, cleaning
- BBB Trends: Reputation is everything in business, so be aware of scammers trying to use your good name
- Lexington's Venues of the Grand Reserve expands with the opening of Distillery Square
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Four vetoes issued by Gov. Matt Bevin in recent days were overridden by the Kentucky General Assembly, allowing the legislation to pass into law. The...
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- Cities of Mt. Olivet, Manchester receive ARC grants to expand, renovate wastewater treatment plants
- State Fisheries Division will remove smaller largemouth bass from Beulah Lake to improve quality
- Bevin, Kentucky delegation participate in European apprenticeship study visit in Germany, Switzerland
- Bevin appoints Louisville's Catherine Monteiro to spot on Kentucky Personnel Board
- Bevin announces expansion of Traughber Mechanical Services in Franklin with $580,000 investment
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As anyone who has ever mistakenly thought that medical insurance would cover their visit to the dentist knows, the worlds of medicine and dentistry don’t...
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- Majority of Kentucky adults have experienced abuse linked to physical, mental health issues
- Our Lady of Peace opens first retail pharmacist-operated injection clinic to treat opioid abuse
- Colorectal Cancer: Life-threatening disease is easy to detect and 90 percent treatable
- Norton's Cancer Institute adds Louisville's only oncologic dermatologist to staff
- Lingering flu season leaves Kentucky Blood Center feeling the effects of lower than expected supply
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Tickets for God’s Pantry Food Bank’s annual event, the Taste of the Bluegrass, are currently on sale. The 2017 Taste of the Bluegrass showcases the...
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- State Nature Preserves Commission conserves additional 90 acres along Rock Creek
- Calling All Runners: Second annual Sprint for Scholarships 5K race set for April 15
- WHAS Crusade for Children grant secures iPads for Fayette County students with disabilities
- University of Kentucky dental students to provide reduced cost screenings during two sessions
- Donors of all blood types needed to donate as Red Cross observes National Volunteer Month
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Morehead State University’s Board of Regents has announced the hiring of Dr. Joseph A. (Jay) Morgan as the institution’s 14th president, after a national...
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- Off the Field Help: CATS counselors more concerned with how UK athletes are doing in the classroom
- Career Coach: New Fayette County program helps get students ready to execute their life plans
- EKU professor Whitehouse earns Fulbright Scholar Grant to teach in Bulgaria in 2018
- Fayette County Public Schools releases schedule for 2017 graduation ceremonies at Rupp Arena
- Council on Postsecondary Eduction announces new institute for minorities interested in leadership positions
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By Guy Ramsey Special to KyForward Stephen Johnson is dieting, but not like a normal person would. His diet basically consists of eating as much as possible. “Not...
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- Jamie Vaught: Watching former Wildcats an added bonus for UK grad Tomlin in job with Mavericks
- North Carolina's Williams admires Calipari's ability to recruit and win with one-and-done approach
- Former UK assistant Spradlin introduced as Morehead State's new head men's basketball coach
- Art Lander's Outdoors: With warmer weather, lots of food options, spring turkey season looks promising
- UK's Monk named Wooden All-American; Epps, Akhator selected for AP honorable mention squad
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A 33-year-old coal miner was killed early Thursday in a highwall accident at a Whitley County mine. Joseph W. Partin, of Williamsburg, Ky., an Auger operator/foreman...
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- University of Louisville Foundation halts controversial deferred compensation plan
- Gray releases new artist rendering for Town Branch Commons, a 'game-changer' for Lexington
- Bevin blocks one provision of charter school funding, vetoes bill on court-ordered mental health treatment
- Health care bill appears dead for this year, but changes still likely in Medicaid, subsidized insurance
- Kentucky Lottery Corp. sales dip slightly in February, but proceeds to state remain on target
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If you’re planning to enjoy the outdoors this year and go camping, make sure to try out a Kentucky State Park campground. The parks have 30 campgrounds...
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- Farrell, Mastin among nine new members to be inducted into Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame
- University of Kentucky, Minnesota teaming to host Precision Dairy Farming Conference in Lexington
- Rural Blog: McConnell reverses course, supports $1 billion plan to assist struggling coal regions
- Rural Blog: Eastern Kentucky lawyer pleads guilty to defrauding the Social Security disability system
- Tour De Kingdom Come 36-mile cycling race to be staged at Kingdom Come State Park on May 20
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The Lexington Philharmonic continues its 2016-17 season, Hear it FIRST, with Beethoven and Brahms, a lively program featuring masterpieces of the orchestral...
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- Kentucky Horse Park kicks off celebration of the life of Man o' War on 100th anniversary of birth
- Kentucky State Resort Parks plan buffet, egg hunt, other special events for Easter holiday
- Porcelain replica of first lady Glenna Bevin survives some bumps in the road to make Capitol display
- Kentucky by Heart: Bad boy Peter Cartwright was the Commonwealth's own circuit rider extraordinaire
- Keeneland Library debuts exhibitions of photographs of Man o' War as part of centennial celebration
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WASHINGTON – During the opening 10 weeks of his presidency, Donald J. Trump has proved himself to be a buffoon, a liar, a flim-flam man of the first...
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- Commentary: Every picture tells a story ... and must necessarily raise questions occasionally as well
- Constance Alexander: Grant honors public health, Parkinson’s, poetry and people with disabilities
- Commentary: Prescription drug epidemic in Kentucky must be tackled head-on
- Commentary: Nurturing the person in the classroom an important part of educational experience
- Bill Straub: Despite policies that damage their state, Kentuckians continue to show support for Trump