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Everyone likes to be ranked number one – especially here in Kentucky with our prized horses, bourbon, and basketball. But this? This is not a number one ranking Kentuckians should be proud of: Kentucky has the highest rate of child victims of abuse and is double the national rate. more
We’ve heard it all our lives, how life’s greatest treasures are often the simplest of pleasures. Baseball games, a hot cup of coffee, and conversations with old friends are small joys with a great impact. more
In little more than five weeks, Kentuckians will go to the polls to begin the process of electing their next governor, or giving the current one four more years. But the race has seemed to have a slow pace. more
What did we ever do before the smartphone? Crazy to think but the first Apple iPhone that was released in June of 2007 will no longer work. more
Coordinated efforts at the federal, state and local levels are making considerable progress in the fight against opioid and substance abuse. Unfortunately, Kentucky still ranks among the hardest-hit states in the nation. Reports continue to show record-breaking overdose deaths in our Commonwealth, and families are struggling as they watch their loved ones battle addiction. more
There are very few Kentuckians who do not remember how they felt when they heard of last year’s shooting at Marshall County High School. As parents who share a strong passion for education, this tragedy shook us to the core. more
No matter which side of the fence you’re sitting, the movie “Unplanned” needs to be seen. more
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, a Virginia Democrat who was the running mate with Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, told an audience at the University of Louisville on Monday that abolishing the Electoral College seemed unlikely because it would require a change to the U.S. Constitution. more
It took six months of partisan delays — and several railroad accidents — before Democrats let the Senate confirm a federal railroad administrator, even though none of them actually voted against the nominee in the end. more
Al Cross, director of the University of Kentucky’s Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, has succeeded where other open records disputants often fail. He did this by simply refusing to take “no” for an answer. more
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