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Eastside Community Church mourns loss of slain Richmond couple

RICHMOND, Ky. (KT) – Eastside Community Church will be having a community prayer service Wednesday in the face of the shocking murders of former members Chris and Gracie Hager on Tuesday.

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Nicholas County trying to recover from historic flooding

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – Gov. Andy Beshear has issued a state of emergency following a severe storm on July 30 in Nicholas County and the city of Carlisle that resulted in historic flooding, with severe impacts to infrastructure, government properties, private properties and one death.

Ky. National Guard cuts some training because of ‘funding shortage’

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – The Kentucky National Guard is scaling back some training activities this month, due in part to expenses incurred while deployed to the U.S. Capitol following the Jan. 6 insurrection.
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Palestinian dad expects no justice for son killed by troops

A week after the death of his eldest son, Moayed al-Alami sat on the sofa on his ground floor patio, protectively hugging and kissing two of his remaining children. The Israeli military has …
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American teen Harrison wins first Olympic women's canoe 200

TOKYO (AP) — Nevin Harrison saved her tears for the finish line, where they came pouring out over a golden smile. The American teenager made women's Olympic history on Thursday when she …
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Jackson ready to step back into reality in NBA Summer League

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Isaiah Jackson has moved past the “surreal” moment of being chosen in the first round of the NBA Draft.

OVC suing EKU, Jacksonville State over non-payment of exit fees

LEXINGTON, Ky. (KT) — The Ohio Valley Conference has filed a lawsuit against Eastern Kentucky University and Jacksonville State to enforce payment of “contractually required exit fees” for departing the conference.
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Trace Creek knocks on doors with gospel, pizza and Sun Drop

MAYFIELD, Ky. (KT) – Trace Creek Baptist Church Pastor Ronnie Stinson said it was encouraging to watch church members become more intentional as they went out in big numbers with the gospel in hand as part of the Gospel to Every Home initiative two weeks ago as part of the annual Mission Week activities.

Christian baker appeals ruling that he violated anti-discrimination law

DENVER (BP) – Christian baker Jack Phillips has appealed a ruling that he violated a Colorado anti-discrimination law by refusing to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition.
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Asia stocks mixed with eyes on US economic recovery

SINGAPORE (AP) — Asian stocks were mixed Thursday as traders awaited more guidance on the U.S. economic recovery. The Nikkei 225 in Tokyo closed 0.5% higher at 27,728.12. The Kospi in South …
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Long dominated by Russia, rhythmic gymnastics rising in US

TOKYO (AP) — In the darkest days of the pandemic, Evita Griskenas was stuck practicing in her parents’ Illinois basement, occasionally breaking lightbulbs as she tossed clubs and hoops …
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Palestinian dad expects no justice for son killed by troops

A week after the death of his eldest son, Moayed al-Alami sat on the sofa on his ground floor patio, protectively hugging and kissing two of his remaining children. The Israeli military has …

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