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In-Person Absentee Voting Begins In Kentucky

In-person absentee voting has begun in Kentucky for the Nov. 6 elections.

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In-person absentee voting has begun in Kentucky for the Nov. 6 elections.

Could Bluegrass Become Part Of Tornado Alley?

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A new study shows Tornado Alley is on the move with an increase in tornadic activities heading eastward, impacting areas more vulnerable and unprepared, including in Kentucky.

McConnell Heckled At Louisville Restaurant

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has become the latest politician to be heckled while eating at a restaurant. McConnell and his wife, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chow were eating at a Cuban restaurant in Louisville Friday night when another patron captured this recording of diners shouting at McConnell to leave.

Missing Woman Found

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A Golden Alert hadbeen issued for a missing Lexington woman with mental illness. Her name is Maria Perez and she's 64-years old. Perez left the Peddler's Mall on New Circle Road around 5:00 Sunday afternoon. She was found at a nearby Walmart Monday morning.

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The Lexington Mayor’s race is supposed to be non-partisan, or bi-partisan but a political action committee is spending money to help one particular candidate.  WUKY's Alan Lytle talks PAC money with Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock.

Anderson County High School

Students in Anderson County return to class today. Schools were closed last Friday after a man threatened to carry out a school shooting at the High School. 20-year old Dylan Jarrell was arrested after he made threats against the school to a New Jersey woman on social media. She contacted authorities which led to Jarrell.

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As we all know , business organizations, be they small companies or large corporations can have good days and bad days; and then there are the really bad days, like what we just witnessed with Papa John’s Pizza.  This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle spends a few minutes talking about crisis management and PR nightmare scenarios with Nancy Wiser, the founder and president of the local public relations firm, Wiser Strategies.  She says typically, there are two main types of crises: simmering and sudden.  Each require different strategies.

Benny Snell Jr. rushed for 169 yards, including the go-ahead 7-yard run with 8:04 remaining that helped No. 14 Kentucky pull away for a 14-7 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday night.

Legislative Research Commission

A Kentucky state senator threatened local libraries after becoming upset that his opponent was using their public meeting spaces for teacher forums. State Sen. Tom Buford told the Lexington Herald-Leader he believes it is wrong for political events to be held in public buildings.

A heavily armed Kentucky man was arrested after authorities uncovered evidence of a "credible and imminent" threat that prompted a rural school district to cancel classes Friday, Kentucky State Police said.  Dylan Jarrell, 20, was arrested Thursday evening and authorities found a gun, more than 200 rounds of ammunition, a bulletproof vest, a 100-round high capacity magazine and a detailed plan of attack in his possession, state police said.

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