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June 15, 2021

Police investigating fight at Eastern Kentucky Little League game

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:00pm June 15, 2021 6/15/21

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A fight at a Little League game in Eastern Kentucky got so ugly last night police are now involved. Videos on Facebook show coaches and parents brawling during the championship game between the Reds and the Rangers at Stanton City Park, forcing the game to end early. This video, captured by Destani Renaye Knox, shows…

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June 14, 2021

Lexington teen wins “Doodle for Google” competition

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:30am June 14, 2021 6/14/21

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Tomorrow, a Lexington teenager’s artwork will be featured atop Google.com. Sixteen-year-old Milo Golding was named the winner of the 13th annual Doodle for Google competition, beating out hundreds of thousands of students from 54 states and territories. Golding, a rising senior at Lexington Christian Academy, will receive a $30,000 scholarship, a $50,000 technology package for…

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June 8, 2021

Kentucky pastry chef wins Food Network’s “Best Baker in America”

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:30pm June 8, 2021 6/8/21

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One of Kentucky’s own has been crowned “Best Baker in America.” Last night, Jackie Joseph, a native of Prestonsburg and former pastry chef at The Brown Hotel and Omni Hotel in Louisville, won season four of the Food Network’s baking competition show, beating out two other finalists to take home the $25,000 grand prize. Her…

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June 4, 2021

Dino Gaudio faces probation after guilty plea in federal extortion case

Nick Roush 10:45am June 4, 2021 6/4/21

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Former Louisville men’s assistant basketball coach Dino Gaudio has plead guilty to federal extortion charges. The plea deal will not send Gaudio to federal prison. He’s expected to face probation and a “low-end fine,” according to WDRB’s Travis Ragsdale. Sentencing is set for Aug. 27. Today’s plea is the result of an incident in March between…

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June 2, 2021

Frankfort erects Wan’Dale Robinson welcome signs

Nick Roush 2:30pm June 2, 2021 6/2/21 Comments Disabled

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Visitors to Kentucky’s state capital will receive a warm welcome and a friendly reminder that the city of Frankfort is the hometown to one of the Commonwealth’s most electrifying athletes. Tuesday afternoon the city hosted a dedication ceremony for a pair of signs welcoming folks to the “Home of Wan’Dale Robinson, 2018 Kentucky Mr. Football.”…

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May 26, 2021

Kentucky State Fair announces 2021 Concert Lineup

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:00am May 26, 2021 5/26/21

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After being closed to the public last year, the Kentucky State Fair is ready to rock and roll this summer. This morning, the lineup for the Texas Roadhouse Concert Series was announced, and features all your favorites. Among the acts taking the concert stage August 19-29 are Josh Turner (with Lancaster’s own Alex Miller from…

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May 14, 2021

Metallica Headlines Louisville’s Louder Than Life Music Festival

Nick Roush 2:00pm May 14, 2021 5/14/21 Comments Disabled

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Louder Than Life returns to Louisville in September and this year’s lineup lives up to the event’s name. Metallica will headline two nights of the four-day music fest at the Fair and Expo Center’s Highland Festival Grounds. They aren’t the only big names on the lengthy guest list. Korn kicks off things on Thursday, followed…

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Kentucky’s COVID-19 restrictions, mask mandate will end June 11

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:50am May 14, 2021 5/14/21

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In one month, Kentucky will be fully reopen for business. Following the CDC’s revised guidance on mask-wearing for fully vaccinated people, Governor Andy Beshear announced this morning that the state’s mask mandate and capacity limitations will be lifted on June 11. Currently, indoor and outdoor businesses that serve fewer than 1,000 people are limited to…

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May 12, 2021

Morehead State extends Preston Spradlin’s contract

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 7:15pm May 12, 2021 5/12/21

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Preston Spradlin got some good news today. This afternoon, Morehead State announced it is extending Spradlin’s contract through the 2024-25 season. The Pikeville native and former member of John Calipari’s staff at Kentucky led the Eagles to the OVC Championship and NCAA Tournament this year in his fourth full season as head coach. Morehead State…

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May 11, 2021

Kentucky Mr. Football Cameron Hergott Reclassifies to Repeat Senior Season

Nick Roush 11:30am May 11, 2021 5/11/21

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Cameron Hergott is the first high-profile athlete that will use newly passed Kentucky legislation to return to high school for one more year. SB-128 passed this spring, allowing students to repeat the school year lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. The law passes the buck to individual school boards, which can then ratify the rule. Once…

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June 15, 2021

Police investigating fight at Eastern Kentucky Little League game

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:00pm June 15, 2021 6/15/21

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A fight at a Little League game in Eastern Kentucky got so ugly last night police are now involved. Videos on Facebook show coaches and parents brawling during the championship game between the Reds and the Rangers at Stanton City Park, forcing the game to end early. This video, captured by Destani Renaye Knox, shows…

Read More

June 14, 2021

Lexington teen wins “Doodle for Google” competition

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:30am June 14, 2021 6/14/21

2 categories

1 tag

Tomorrow, a Lexington teenager’s artwork will be featured atop Google.com. Sixteen-year-old Milo Golding was named the winner of the 13th annual Doodle for Google competition, beating out hundreds of thousands of students from 54 states and territories. Golding, a rising senior at Lexington Christian Academy, will receive a $30,000 scholarship, a $50,000 technology package for…

Read More

June 8, 2021

Kentucky pastry chef wins Food Network’s “Best Baker in America”

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:30pm June 8, 2021 6/8/21

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One of Kentucky’s own has been crowned “Best Baker in America.” Last night, Jackie Joseph, a native of Prestonsburg and former pastry chef at The Brown Hotel and Omni Hotel in Louisville, won season four of the Food Network’s baking competition show, beating out two other finalists to take home the $25,000 grand prize. Her…

Read More

June 4, 2021

Dino Gaudio faces probation after guilty plea in federal extortion case

Nick Roush 10:45am June 4, 2021 6/4/21

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Former Louisville men’s assistant basketball coach Dino Gaudio has plead guilty to federal extortion charges. The plea deal will not send Gaudio to federal prison. He’s expected to face probation and a “low-end fine,” according to WDRB’s Travis Ragsdale. Sentencing is set for Aug. 27. Today’s plea is the result of an incident in March between…

Read More

June 2, 2021

Frankfort erects Wan’Dale Robinson welcome signs

Nick Roush 2:30pm June 2, 2021 6/2/21 Comments Disabled

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Visitors to Kentucky’s state capital will receive a warm welcome and a friendly reminder that the city of Frankfort is the hometown to one of the Commonwealth’s most electrifying athletes. Tuesday afternoon the city hosted a dedication ceremony for a pair of signs welcoming folks to the “Home of Wan’Dale Robinson, 2018 Kentucky Mr. Football.”…

Read More

May 26, 2021

Kentucky State Fair announces 2021 Concert Lineup

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:00am May 26, 2021 5/26/21

2 categories

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After being closed to the public last year, the Kentucky State Fair is ready to rock and roll this summer. This morning, the lineup for the Texas Roadhouse Concert Series was announced, and features all your favorites. Among the acts taking the concert stage August 19-29 are Josh Turner (with Lancaster’s own Alex Miller from…

Read More

May 14, 2021

Metallica Headlines Louisville’s Louder Than Life Music Festival

Nick Roush 2:00pm May 14, 2021 5/14/21 Comments Disabled

2 categories

3 tags

Louder Than Life returns to Louisville in September and this year’s lineup lives up to the event’s name. Metallica will headline two nights of the four-day music fest at the Fair and Expo Center’s Highland Festival Grounds. They aren’t the only big names on the lengthy guest list. Korn kicks off things on Thursday, followed…

Read More

Kentucky’s COVID-19 restrictions, mask mandate will end June 11

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:50am May 14, 2021 5/14/21

2 categories

3 tags

In one month, Kentucky will be fully reopen for business. Following the CDC’s revised guidance on mask-wearing for fully vaccinated people, Governor Andy Beshear announced this morning that the state’s mask mandate and capacity limitations will be lifted on June 11. Currently, indoor and outdoor businesses that serve fewer than 1,000 people are limited to…

Read More

May 12, 2021

Morehead State extends Preston Spradlin’s contract

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 7:15pm May 12, 2021 5/12/21

3 categories

2 tags

Preston Spradlin got some good news today. This afternoon, Morehead State announced it is extending Spradlin’s contract through the 2024-25 season. The Pikeville native and former member of John Calipari’s staff at Kentucky led the Eagles to the OVC Championship and NCAA Tournament this year in his fourth full season as head coach. Morehead State…

Read More

May 11, 2021

Kentucky Mr. Football Cameron Hergott Reclassifies to Repeat Senior Season

Nick Roush 11:30am May 11, 2021 5/11/21

3 categories

2 tags

Cameron Hergott is the first high-profile athlete that will use newly passed Kentucky legislation to return to high school for one more year. SB-128 passed this spring, allowing students to repeat the school year lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. The law passes the buck to individual school boards, which can then ratify the rule. Once…

Read More