Daily Archive: July 10, 2016

Jul 10

Fighting enters 5th day in South Sudan capital

JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — Heavy explosions are shaking South Sudan’s capital Juba Monday morning as clashes between government and opposition forces entered their fifth day, witnesses say, pushing the country back toward civil war. An Associated Press reporter in the city reported widespread shooting preventing residents from moving around. A “massive explosion” hit shortly …

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Jul 10

Running of the bulls: 4 runners injured, none gored in Spain

PAMPLONA, Spain (AP) — Spanish medical officials say four people have suffered bruises but no one was gored in the fifth running of the bulls at Pamplona’s San Fermin festival. More than 1,000 people took part in the 8 a.m. (0600 GMT, 2 a.m. EDT) run Monday, which lasted three minutes. Many runners and several …

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Jul 10

UK Conservative candidate apologizes over motherhood remarks

LONDON (AP) — A Conservative candidate for British prime minister has apologized for any hurt she might have caused her rival over comments that suggested being a mother was an advantage in the job. Andrea Leadsom said sorry to Theresa May, who has no children, amid the uproar touched off by her Times of London …

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Jul 10

Lexington apartment building damaged in fire

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Firefighters battled an apartment fire Sunday evening. It happened on Fontaine Road around 8 p.m. Firefighters say the fire was behind the building and the deck. Crews say no one was hurt, but the families living there will have to find somewhere else to stay. The cause is still under investigation. …

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Jul 10

Andrew Harrison agrees to three year deal with Grizzlies

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Jul 10

Another beautiful day…

High pressure will now leave us which will allow a warm front to start moving into Central Kentucky for Tuesday. Clouds will start increasing on Monday with showers and thunderstorms developing over night Monday and on into Tuesday. Tonight: Mostly clear, Low 66 Monday: Becoming partly cloudy and warmer, High 88 Tuesday: Partly cloudy with …

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Jul 10

Boil Water advisory issued for parts of Madison County

MADISON COUNTY, Ky, (WTVQ) – A boil water advisory has been issued for Kentucky American Water customers in Northern Madison County for the following neighborhoods: Boones Trace subdivision and The Bull Golf course until further notice. During a boil water advisory, it is recommended that customers boil for three minutes any tap water they intend …

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Jul 10

Body of Bowling Green woman pulled from pool

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) – Police say a woman’s body has been pulled from a pool at her home in Bowling Green. Bowling Green police spokesman Ronnie Ward tells media outlets that emergency crews arrived at the home Saturday and could not revive 50-year-old Lori Meyers. Ward says the incident is being treated as a …

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Jul 10

US urges Western Balkans strengthen their democracies

TIRANA, Albania (AP) — The United States has urged Western Balkan countries to intensify efforts to consolidate their democracies. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland on Sunday started a Balkan tour in Kosovo and will follow with visits to Albania, Macedonia and Serbia. She urged Kosovo to further its dialogue with Serbia and also …

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Jul 10

Israel announces $12.9m boost to West Bank settlements

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a $12.9 million plan to strengthen two Israeli settlements in the southern West Bank Sunday. The plan came days after Netanyahu approved the construction of hundreds of new homes in settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, drawing a harsh rebuke from the U.S. State …

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