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CHICAGO (AP) — As the buzzer sounded and his Michigan State teammates raced onto the court to celebrate, Gary Harris held his index finger aloft.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Every time Kentucky coach John Calipari starts to praise his latest crop of talented freshmen, he's just as quick to point out that it is a work in progress.
(Reuters) - Emergency workers in Kentucky plucked 12 people from floodwaters and evacuated 82 others, including 50 from one apartment complex, after the Louisville area was hit by heavy rains this weekend, local officials said on Sunday.
After successfully preventing the Bluegrass pipeline from running through their Convent's property, these nuns are speaking out against fracked gas.
United States and the Commonwealth of Kentucky Reach Agreement with AK Steel Corporation to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations (SC)
WASHINGTON – The United States and the Commonwealth of Kentucky have reached a settlement with the AK Steel Corporation (AK Steel) in Ashland, Ky., resolving alleged violations of the Clean Air Act, AK Steel’s title V permit, and the Kentucky State Implementation Plan, announced the Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under the terms of settlement, AK Steel...
The 420 Times: Kentucky: New Survey Shows 78 Percent of Those Polled Support Legalizing Medical Marijuana
The latest surveys show that Kentuckians not only want to bring an end to the prohibition of hemp farming but also are very eager to see the reforming of the current laws regarding marijuana.
Even the coal industry itself has conceded that there is no â€œwar on coalâ€, but lawmakers in the coal-dependent state of Kentucky are still fighting this imaginary battle.In the wake of President Obamaâ€™s speech earlier this summer where he discussed the need to reduce our dependence on coal and work on ways to control coal plant pollution, a bi-partisan group of lawmakers in Kentucky sent ...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A 27-year-old U.S. program intended to warn the public of the presence of hazardous chemicals is flawed in many states due to scant oversight and lax reporting by plant owners, a Reuters examination finds.
In a rejection of complaints by creationists and climate change deniers, the Kentucky Board of Education approved new science standards on Thursday, moving forward on...