Breonna Taylor’s mother: I’m trying to be patient

Months after police fatally shot Breonna Taylor, her mother said she’s trying to be patient while waiting to hear if officers will be charged. Tamika Palmer met Wednesday with Kentucky’s attorney general, who’s in charge of the investigation. (Aug. 13)

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday August 12th: Biden, Harris make unusual campaign debut; Trump struggles to define Democratic ticket; Kentucky attorney general meets with Breonna Taylor’s family; Face of famed painter revealed with help of technology.

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Oprah seeks justice with Breonna Taylor billboards

First, Oprah Winfrey put Breonna Taylor on the cover of O, The Oprah Magazine. Now the media mogul is spreading her message with billboards demanding justice for the Kentucky woman shot to death during a police raid. (Aug. 7)

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Fauci troubled by virus surge in U.S. states

Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday there are early signs that a coronavirus outbreak could be brewing in Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. Fauci expressed concern about those US states that are starting to see a rise in case numbers. (July 28)

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Protesters converge on Breonna Taylor’s hometown

Hundreds of armed, predominantly Black, activists demanded justice for Breonna Taylor during demonstrations Saturday in her Kentucky hometown that drew counter-protesters from a white militia group. (July 25)

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Protesters arrested outside Kentucky AG’s home

Police say they arrested 87 demonstrators Tuesday who gathered at the home of Kentucky’s Attorney General Daniel Cameron to demand justice for Breonna Taylor. (July 15)

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Mural of Breonna Taylor painted in Maryland park

Nearly 30 volunteers and 10 teaching artists painted a 7,000-square-foot mural honoring Breonna Taylor – a 26-year old Black woman who was fatally shot by police in her Louisville, Kentucky apartment in March – at Chambers Park in Annapolis. (July 7)

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Voting largely smooth in Kentucky primary election

With only one polling place designated Tuesday for Louisville, a city of 600,000 people, voters who didn’t cast mail-in ballots or show up early faced long lines in Kentucky’s primary. (June 23)

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday June 23rd: Trump going to rally in Arizona; Seattle Mayor says protest zone to wind down; Florida records 100,000 positive coronavirus tests; Primaries in New York and Kentucky.

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Who Should Make the College Football Hall of Fame? | AP Top 25 Podcast | Associated Press

So many good choices but you can only pick 13. AP college football poll voter Matt Brown from The Athletic and AP’s Ralph Russo pour through the dozens of former college football greats on this year’s Hall of Fame ballot. The goal: select a class of 13 players and two coaches to be inducted into the Hall next year. Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer seems like an obvious choice, but what about former Kentucky quarterback Tim Couch? Or Indiana’s sensational dual threat Antwan Randle El? Brown and Russo do their best at an impossible task.

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Louisville Erupts in Protest Over the Killing of Breonna Taylor

Louisville erupted in protests after the death of George Floyd, demanding justice for Breonna Taylor who was shot inside her home during a drug raid in March.

This is what it was like on the ground in Kentucky.

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Protesters mark Breonna Taylor’s birthday at Black Lives Matter rally in New York | AFP

Protesters celebrate Breonna Taylor’s birthday during a Black Lives Matter rally in the New York neighbourhood of Brooklyn. In March, the 26-year-old medical worker was shot dead in her own apartment in Louisville, Kentucky by police who barged in, alleging her home had been used by drug dealers. IMAGES

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Kentucky woman leads peaceful protests to be heard

Protests have engulfed cities nationwide, with much of the focus on burning buildings and violence. But Kelly Bundy in Louisville, Kentucky says most protesters are like her: peaceful people called to duty after a lifetime of inequality. (June 3)

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Senate Leaders speak out against racial inequity

The Senate opened on Monday with leaders condemning the recent deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, black Americans, by police in Minnesota and Kentucky and the shooting death of black jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia by two white men. (June 1)

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The future of medicine could live in outer space

Cedars-Sinai, a non-profit hospital in Los Angeles, is teaming up with Space Tango of Lexington, Kentucky to send induced pluripotent stem cells (IPSCS) to the International Space Station. (May 15)

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Civil rights atty represents family of woman killed by police

Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump has been hired by the family of a black woman who was fatally shot by Louisville, Kentucky police in her home. Breonna Taylor, was killed on March 13th. (May 13)

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Police: 4 Amish children, 1 missing in buggy wreck

Authorities in Kentucky said four children died and one is missing after a buggy carrying an Amish family was swept away in the current while trying to cross a low-water bridge. (May 1)

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Midwest states to partner on reopening economies

Wisconsin’s governor and six others in the Midwest say they’ll coordinate on reopening their economies. The other states are Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. (April 16)

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Plant’s closure impacts struggling coal industry

A coal plant in western Kentucky has shut down, marking a defeat for coal and President Trump, who tried to keep it open. The closure is the latest in a slew of coal plant shutdowns that’s making it tougher for the industry to bounce back. (March 24)

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See an Empty World Cleared by Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic is shutting down museums, theaters, and clubs. It’s forcing fashion shows to reschedule and talk shows to play to empty seats. Broadway’s going dark, March Madness is off, and politicians are rallying to audiences made up solely of their own aides. On March 12, an Olympic gold medalist lit the torch for a small, private audience then ran through trees alone.

The virus seems to be showing us what’s important: not sports or glamor, but health and family; not politics, but political action. It’s shutting down events that used to symbolize our connection as citizens and fans, while showing us how connected we have always been. We can see now visualize that what happens to one of us in Wuhan can derail traders in New York and kill leaders in Iran.

But our response is also shutting down services that perform a vital function. It’s pushing an estimated fifth of the world’s students out of classrooms and shutting down the places we need most in times of crisis. Italy’s ban on public gatherings mean a ban on funerals. Saudi Arabia suspended pilgrimages to Mecca, and both the Catholic Church in Rome and the Governor of Kentucky called on churches to close doors that have stood open through flood and famine. The Pope, meanwhile, is holding an audience from the comfort of his plush, private library. We are left to mourn alone.

The mental cost is real. A 2020 report on social isolation by researchers at the National Academies of Sciences found that older people who keep to themselves develop a “significantly” higher risk of dementia. Life won’t be much easier for younger generations kept apart and forced to live on screens, whose affect on mental health we don’t yet understand. The pandemic is forcing our society to take a hard reckoning of what is essential, and what we can do without. But the costs of those cuts can never be tallied.

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Two injured in Kentucky fiery train derailment

A fiery train derailment Thursday morning in eastern Kentucky trapped and injured two crew members and caused a chemical leak into a river, authorities said. (Feb. 13)

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Underclassmen thriving in college basketball

Underclassmen are thriving at point guard in college basketball, including Iowa State sophomore Tyrese Haliburton, Kansas sophomore Devon Dotson, Kentucky sophomore Ashton Hagans and Arizona freshman Nico Mannion. (Jan. 1)

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Kentucky nonviolent felons get voting rights back

Professing his belief in redemption, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday to restore voting rights for more than 140,000 nonviolent offenders who have completed their sentences. (Dec. 13)

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday December 10th: Democrats prepare to unveil articles of impeachment; Justice Dept. probe says Trump Campaign-Russia investigation justified; Criminal probe into New Zealand volcano deaths; Kentucky swears in new Governor.

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