Daily Archive: April 15, 2018

Apr 15

Wet roads cause crashes in Rockcastle County

MOUNT VERNON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Wet roads caused problems in Rockcastle County Sunday afternoon. State police there say two crashes happened on I-75. The first was on the Southbound side near mile marker 69. A pickup truck skidded on the wet roads and flipped over. Two people were taken to the hospital for that. Then …

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Apr 15

Lexington firefighters investigating a string of arson’s

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The fire department’s arson investigators are looking for information on a fire Sunday morning at a vacant building on Powell Street near Charles Young park in Lexington. Firefighters say they got there around 6 a.m. and quickly put out the flames. No one was inside the building, but it was heavily …

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Apr 15

Woman dies in Lexington crash

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A woman has died in Lexington after a car crash Saturday night on Athens-Boonesboro Road. The coroner’s office says 55-year-old Hong Ho died around a quarter to ten from blunt force injuries. The two car crash happened at the intersection of Athens-Boonesboro and Hays Boulevard, not far from Jacobson Park. Police …

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Apr 15

Crosby scores goal, leads Penguins to 5-1 Game 3 over Flyers

The kitschy light-up bracelets flickered in the darkened arena and another packed house roared “Crosby sucks! Crosby sucks!” Here’s the thing Philly fans haven’t yet accepted about Sidney Crosby over the last 13 years, he really doesn’t — and especially not against the Flyers. Crosby matched a postseason-best with four points on a goal and …

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Apr 15

It is still cold enough for snow…

Winter continues to hang on throughout Central Kentucky as temperatures will remain some 20 to 25 degrees below normal for Monday. Adding to the cold temperatures will be the chance of seeing some light snow over the next 24 hours. Any accumulation will be light and confined to grassy surfaces. Tonight: Few showers changing to …

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Apr 15

Kodaira rallies to win 3-hole playoff at RBC Heritage

Early on, Satoshi Kodaira was thinking only of playing well enough Sunday to make it to next week’s PGA Tour stop. Those worries are over for the 28-year-old from Japan, who rallied from six shots behind to win the RBC Heritage in a playoff and gain an invitation to join the tour as a regular. …

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Apr 15

NASA spacecraft aims to put mystery planets on galactic map

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Calling all planets that orbit around bright, nearby stars: NASA’s new Tess spacecraft is looking to do a head count. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite – Tess for short – is embarking Monday on a two-year quest to find and identify mystery worlds thought to be lurking in our cosmic …

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Apr 15

In age of #MeToo, can there be forgiveness, second chances?

If a man abuses his co-workers and apologizes, should he be forgiven? What about a man who sexually assaults a stranger asleep in bed? Is redemption possible? Last week, Tom Ashbrook, who was fired as host of the popular National Public Radio program “On Point,” asked in a column in The Boston Globe if there …

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Apr 15

Things to know about former first lady Barbara Bush

AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty HOUSTON (AP) — Former first lady Barbara Bush is in failing health and after a series of hospitalizations, she has decided not to seek further medical treatment, a family spokesman said Sunday. Here are some things to know about her: LITERACY EFFORTS The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy began during …

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Apr 15

Spokesman: Former first lady Barbara Bush in failing health

AP Photo/David J. Phillip HOUSTON (AP) — Former first lady Barbara Bush is in “failing health” and won’t seek additional medical treatment, a Bush family spokesman said Sunday. “Following a recent series of hospitalizations, and after consulting her family and doctors, Mrs. Bush, now age 92, has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and …

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