Monthly Archive: September 2018

Sep 30

Special Weather Statement issued October 1 at 12:46AM EDT by NWS Jackson KY

Dense valley fog is expected overnight through sunrise. Visibilities down to a quarter of a mile or less will be seen at times. The fog will burn off by 10 am. Slow down and allow extra time to reach your destination for the Monday morning commute. Be extra cautious around intersections where visibilities are sharply …

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Sep 30

Stabbing in Franklin County

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Two men are behind bars after a stabbing in Franklin County. According to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Randy and Jeremiah Hazlett went to the Capitol Mobile Home Park on Georgetown Road after hearing their mother was in trouble. After going inside the trailer, they apparently got into a fight …

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Sep 30

Two shootings in Lexington minutes apart

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Lexington police are investigating two shootings that happened Sunday morning only minutes apart from one another. The first one happened on Van Buren Drive around 6:15 Sunday morning. Police say a home with no one living in it was shot at several times. After a neighbor called police they found several …

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Sep 30

Ryan Blaney wins on roval when Jimmie Johnson wrecks out of playoffs

Johnson, who wrecked while trying to snap a 58-race winless streak, was eliminated from NASCAR’s playoffs. The seven-time Cup champion has struggled all season and headed to Charlotte, where he’d won eight points races on its traditional speedway, below the cutoff line for NASCAR to trim the playoff field from 16 to 12 drivers. Johnson …

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Sep 30

Two shot in Corbin

CORBIN, Ky (WTVQ) – State police say an unknown person was shot at a black cargo trailer in Corbin several times, hitting two people inside the trailer. One person inside the home was shot in the head, and their status is unknown. The homeowner was shot in the leg and has non-life threatening injuries. Both …

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Sep 30

Humidity and Storms Return for Monday

TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies, calm and cool conditions and some fog developing, low temperature of 60 degrees. MONDAY: Expect partly cloudy skies with isolated afternoon showers across central Kentucky; high temperature for Monday will be 82 degrees. Overview: Partly cloudy skies for our Monday with building clouds throughout the day. There is an isolated chance of …

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Sep 30

Thousands gather in support of Brazil's far-right candidate

Thousands of people have flocked to one of the main avenues in Brazil‘s biggest city in support of Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right presidential front-runner in next week’s election. Waving Brazilian flags, the crowd in Sao Paulo cheered loudly as leaders of his Social Liberal Party promised them victory in the Oct. 7 vote. Bolsonaro is …

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Sep 30

Hurricane Rosa heads for Baja, Southwestern US

Hurricane Rosa was on a track Sunday to drench northwest Mexico and parts of the U.S. Southwest, prompting tropical storm warnings for the Baja California coast and flash-flood watches for parts of four U.S. states. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Rosa should be at tropical storm force when it hits the Baja California Peninsula …

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Sep 30

Europe finishes off dominant week to win back Ryder Cup

Europe waited two long years for that one moment when the Ryder Cup was back in its hands. Exactly when it happened Sunday was unclear, making it all the better. At roughly the same time, in two singles matches on two greens at Le Golf National separated by 150 yards of water, Francesco Molinari and …

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Sep 30

Fans confident in UK football after 5-0 start

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- As the Cats continue to climb in the college football rankings, fans are getting more and more excited about the rest of this season. Kroger Field on a Sunday is pretty quiet. Just a few loose bottles, some ribbon and the tents dedicated fans have left for the next game line the parking …

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