Daily Archive: June 11, 2016

Jun 11

Two seriously injured after crash in Pulaski County

PULASKI COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Two people were taken to the hospital with serious injuries after a crash. Deputies say Carroll Estes, 69, of Somerset was driving on Highway 27 when his truck collided with a car at the intersection. Deputies say the driver of the car didn’t stop at the intersection. The driver of …

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Jun 11

Homemade fireworks damage Lexington home

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Some kids learned the hard way, not to make their own fireworks. According to police, a couple of kids were trying to make their own sparklers from a video, behind their home on Milano Road Saturday evening. It soon got out of control, and a bush caught fire and spread to …

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Jun 11

KHSAA State Baseball Quarterfinals

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Jun 11

90s again for Sunday…

A weak cool front will drift south into Central Kentucky for Sunday afternoon kicking off a few thunderstorms which will cool us off a little. Unfortunately, we’ll hit 90 degrees before they do. Temperatures will remain above normal for the beginning of the work week before we see a shift in our overall weather pattern …

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Jun 11

‘The Voice’ Singer Christina Grimmie Shot Dead At FL Concert

Singer Christina Grimmie, a performer on “The Voice” in 2014, has died after being shot at a concert venue in Orlando, Florida, Friday evening, her rep confirmed early Saturday morning. She was 22. The male suspect, identified as Kevin James Loibl, 27, shot himself and is dead, Orlando Police Department public information officer Wanda Miglio …

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Jun 11

Guatemala Arrests 2 Ex-Cabinet Ministers, Hunts for 3 More

Two senior Guatemalan cabinet ministers were arrested Saturday on corruption charges and authorities said they were seeking to detain three more as part of a continuing crackdown that has already seen a former president jailed. Both former officials served under ex-President Otto Perez Molina, who faces charges of money laundering and conspiracy. He denies wrongdoing. …

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Jun 11

Firefighters showcase skills in Combat Challenge

VERSAILLES, Ky. (WTVQ) – A heated competition between firefighters Saturday, during the Combat Challenge. The event simulates the physical demands of real-life firefighting as competitors race against themselves, their opponent, and the clock. More than 250 firefighters across the country have signed up for the challenge. The top three qualifiers will go the world challenge …

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Jun 11

Christina Grimmie’s Brother Hailed as ‘Hero’ for Tackling Shooter

The brother of singer Christina Grimmie, who was shot and killed after a concert in Florida Friday night, is being hailed as a hero by law enforcement and fans alike. Marcus Grimmie was with his sister, who was a contestant on “The Voice” in 2014, when a gunman walked up and shot her at Orlando’s …

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Jun 11

Our first 90 degree day this year…

91 degrees was our official high today which is also our first day this year we hit 90 degrees. Even though a weak cool front will give us a 30% chance of a few Thunderstorms on Sunday, temperatures will again be around 90 degrees for both Sunday and Monday. Tuesday will mark the beginning of …

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Jun 11

Paul Ryan Dismisses Idea of Convention Challenge to Trump

While some conservatives are still holding out hope that there is a way to block presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump from securing the nomination at the Republican convention next month, House Speaker Paul Ryan isn’t one of them. “The way I see it is he won the thing fair and square,” Ryan told George Stephanopoulos …

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