Daily Archive: May 16, 2016

May 16

Rain showers and cool temperatures for Tuesday

Overview: Rain showers will return tonight through early Wednesday, with cooler temperatures continuing for Tuesday and Wednesday. Mostly sunny skies and seasonably warm temperatures return for Thursday, making it the best day for outdoor activities. Another round of rain showers develop Friday into Saturday, with high temperatures around 70 degrees. Low to mid 70s return …

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May 16

Hillary Clinton stops in Lexington on primary eve

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Hillary Clinton is hoping to stop Bernie Sander’s momentum in Kentucky. She’s been traveling around the state trying to pick up votes. Monday evening, she made her final stop in Lexington, before Tuesday’s primary. She’s still fighting for the nomination, and she would like Kentucky in her corner. She criticized her …

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May 16

UPDATE: Arrest made in Lexington bank robbery

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington police say they’ve made an arrest in a bank robbery. They say 18-year-old  Rahmeece Woods was one of three people who recently held up City National Bank on Walden Drive. Police say last Tuesday, the suspects went into the bank and demanded money. Investigators say one of the men was wearing …

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May 16

Longtime lawmakers challenged in Kentucky primary

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s Democrats and Republicans on Tuesday will set their slates of statehouse candidates in their ongoing fight for control of the House of Representatives. Contested primaries will be decided in nearly three dozen districts. It’s a dress rehearsal for the November general election when Republicans again will try to take control …

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May 16

Damage to Danville Bistro

DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – According to police someone caused damage to the Danville Bistro on Harding Street. The Danville Police released surveillance video showing the three suspects. If anyone has information they are asked to call the police. The post Damage to Danville Bistro appeared first on ABC 36 News. Brought to you by Automated …

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May 16

Clinton campaigns in Kentucky before Tuesday’s primary

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Hillary Clinton is making a big final push in Kentucky, where rival Bernie Sanders hopes to extend his winning streak and further delay her clinching the Democratic presidential nomination. Big-name surrogates have been sent, television ads are playing and Clinton is touring the state in advance of Tuesday’s voting. On Sunday, …

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May 16

Sen. Paul awaits winner in Kentucky’s Democratic primary

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, the Democrat anointed to try to break his party’s U.S. Senate losing streak, set his sights on Sen. Rand Paul from the start. He portrayed the Republican as more preoccupied with winning the White House than doing his job. But first Gray has to defeat six primary …

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May 16

Not sure how to vote?

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) — If you’re not sure where you’re supposed to go to vote, or if the details of ‘how’ are just a bit fuzzy, the Fayette County Clerk provided a handy web page, to find your answers. Kentucky’s Primary Election is Tuesday, May 17th. Guides are available for information on applying for an Absentee Ballot, …

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May 16

With no presidential primary, GOP turnout could be low

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are the biggest draws in Kentucky’s 1st Congressional District, and neither will be on the ballot on Tuesday. That could be a problem for the four people who hope to be the Republican nominee for Congress, leaving them without a guaranteed turnout machine heading into their …

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May 16

Clinton: People should stop listening to GOP “propaganda”

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Hillary Clinton says it’s “time people stopped listening to Republican propaganda.” The remark was pushback from the likely Democratic presidential nominee against a vocal critic during a rally in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, on Monday. Clinton was praising the record of former Gov. Steven Beshear, a Democrat, noting education and employment gains, as …

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