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Just two weeks ago, an 18-year-old woman left a high school football game in her hometown. She could not have known that, just moments after cheering on her football team and spending time with friends and family, the car she was driving would be hit during the high speed chase of a man allegedly high on LSD with illegal drugs in his car. more
It’s more difficult than ever to teach a little one the value of a dollar. For one, a dollar doesn’t buy that much. Two, the convenience of card swipes steals many a tangible teaching moment…but not all. more
Families in nearly every neighborhood of our country have suffered because of the opioid and substance abuse epidemic. For years, the situation just seemed to get worse as addiction hurt more families. Kentucky has tragically been among the hardest-hit states. Thankfully, however, our years-long efforts are finally producing a glimmer of hope. more
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - This summer, Kentucky social workers, educators, judges, prosecutors, non-profit leaders, state legislators, and many others traveled across the state to learn about the federal Family First Prevention Services Act, its implementation in Kentucky, and what it will mean for families in the Commonwealth. more
Mrs. Burton taught my class of hillbilly children the important lessons in academic life: cursive, long division, geography near and beyond the Ohio River, and—most memorably—tree identification. more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- America has not been the same since September 11, 2001, when terrorists attacked our nation, resulting in nearly 3,000 deaths, 400 of which were first responders. A generation has been born since this horrible day in our history and we must never forget how that day changed America in our generation. more
Often in our national history it takes great tragedy in order to pull us together. Revolutionary crisis, World Wars, assassinations of presidents and U.S. leaders.  more
High school football stadiums won’t be shining the only lights this Friday. If the evening sky is clear, football fans and anyone who ventures out for a look is sure to see the annual harvest moon. more
Kentucky’s 5-star school accountability system is scheduled to go live at the end of September or early October. It will offer parents across the Commonwealth a new and more transparent way to understand how their children’s schools are performing. more
According to Sports Business Daily, more than 50% of American women watch regular season NFL games. After seventeen weeks (plus playoffs) of grueling games and exhibitions of athletic prowess, comes the most highly anticipated marketing night of the year: The Super Bowl. more
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