Daily Archive: June 14, 2018

Jun 14

NBA mock draft: Where will Ayton, Doncic, Young and Bagley land?

Latest update:  June 14, 1 p.m. ET. It’s time to update our mock draft with the latest intel from teams, including Michael Porter Jr.’s recent movement on draft boards. Our mock draft differs in two crucial ways from our recently updated top 100 prospect rankings. It uses the NBA’s official draft order, and it’s adjusted …

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Jun 14

Catching up with the Cats

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – It was a tough decision, but PJ Washington had to make it and feels he made the right choice by deciding to return for a sophomore season at UK. He had the chance to test the NBA draft waters and got great feedback; now he knows what it’ll take to move …

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Jun 14

Russell Co. man gives troopers fake name, arrested for drugs

RUSSELL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) –State Police conducted a routine traffic stop Thursday that left a man behind bars. KSP says 31-year-old Joseph Hammond was driving a gold 2000 Pontiac along Ky 619 when it was stopped. State Police say Hammond gave troopers a fake name and date of birth. During a search, troopers found a …

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Jun 14

Police: Woman left children alone while out driving impaired

GRAY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A woman in Knox County is accused of leaving her children home alone in the middle of the night while she was out driving under the influence, according to police. Investigators say 36-year old Natasha Henderson, of Gray, left a three-year old and eight-year old child behind while she was out …

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Jun 14

Woman accused of leaving children in hot car

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) – A woman was arrested in Williamsburg after police say she left six children in a hot car while she shopped. Investigators say 23-year old Gloria Sands, of Williamsburg, left the children, who ranged in age from 11-months to 11-years old, in a car with the windows down, no air conditioning on …

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Jun 14

Cloud-free Elliott seeks to join chorus of Cowboys leaders

Ezekiel Elliott doesn’t pretend that vocal leadership comes naturally for him. The Dallas Cowboys running back is going to try anyway now that fellow stars Jason Witten and Dez Bryant are gone, and now that his focus is solely on football following a tumultuous second year in the NFL. Elliott is no longer under investigation …

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Jun 14

Search warrants lead to two arrests in Russell Co.

RUSSELL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)-Kentucky State Police says troopers who were working a narcotics investigation executed two search warrants simultaneously in Russell County which led to two people being arrested. KSP says 30-year-old Elizabeth Robertson, of Russell Springs, was found in a home on Jenny Lane and found with methamphetamine, digital scales and small baggies. 23-year-old Damien …

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Jun 14

UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory lifted in Lincoln County

STANFORD, Ky. (WTVQ) – A boil water advisory issued earlier this week for parts of Lincoln County was lifted Thursday morning. Customers in the McKinney Water District no longer have to boil water to be used for cooking and drinking. The initial advisory was issued due to a water line break. The post UPDATE: Boil …

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Jun 14

Kentucky River Clean Sweep postponed Saturday

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Kentucky River Clean Sweep scheduled for Saturday, June 16, 2018, at the Clays Ferry boat dock in Fayette County has been postponed until further notice due to high water conditions. For more information, including an eventual makeup date, click here   The post Kentucky River Clean Sweep postponed Saturday appeared …

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Jun 14

Artwork may have water damage after arts center fire

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Officials at a Kentucky performing arts center say they’re worried about one piece of art that may have been damaged by water during a fire. The Courier Journal reports much of the $18 million in artwork at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts survived the fire Wednesday. Kentucky Center President …

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