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Judge Upholds $580K Rand Paul Jury Reward In Yard Dispute With Neighbor

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky judge has denied a request for a new trial from a man who a jury said should pay more than $580,000 to U.S. Sen. Rand Paul for injuries Paul suffered when he was tackled by the man. The Daily News of Bowling Green reports Special Judge Tyler Gill rejected a motion Thursday from Rene Boucher’s lawyer and said the jury award wasn’t excessive considering Boucher’s conduct and Paul’s injuries. Gill presided over a civil trial between the two neighbors in Januar...
Tags: News, AP story, Kentucky, Rand Paul, Rene Boucher, Summer Concepcion


Players go from filling out NCAA brackets to filling them

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Rapolas Ivanauskas looked forward to filling out his NCAA Tournament bracket every March, competing with his brother to see who had the better feel for college basketball’s showcase. Which team to pick? Duke or North Carolina? Kansas or Kentucky? The Colgate forward-to-be made his best guesses — and finished second. “I […]
Tags: News, Kentucky, Ap, Kansas, College sports, Ncaa, North Carolina, Duke, COLUMBUS Ohio, Colgate, Rapolas Ivanauskas


Ky. Governor Made Sure His 9 Kids Got Chickenpox 'on Purpose': They Were 'Miserable' but 'Turned Out Fine'

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Exposed His Kids to Chickenpox
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US senator’s $580,000 jury award upheld in Kentucky

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky judge has denied a request for a new trial from a man who a jury said should pay more than $580,000 to U.S. Sen. Rand Paul for injuries Paul suffered when he was tackled by the man. The Daily News of Bowling Green reports Special Judge Tyler Gill […]
Tags: News, Kentucky, US, Ap, Nation, PAUL, U S Sen Rand Paul, Daily News of Bowling Green, Tyler Gill


Referee’s suit against Kentucky radio network dismissed

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — A judge in Kentucky has dismissed a college basketball referee’s lawsuit against a radio network, saying the station’s criticism is protected by the First Amendment. Veteran official John Higgins sued Kentucky Sports Radio, host Matt Jones and editor Drew Franklin, saying their postgame criticism of his officiating in Kentucky’s 2017 NCAA […]
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, Ncaa, John Higgins, Lexington, Ky AP, Matt Jones, Kentucky radio network, Kentucky Sports Radio, Drew Franklin


Referee's suit against Kentucky radio network dismissed

A judge in Kentucky has dismissed a college basketball referee's lawsuit against a radio network, saying the station's criticism is protected by the First Amendment            [Author: AP]
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CNN served with Sandmann lawsuit

Kentucky high school student Nick Sandmann has sued CNN for its reporting on a viral video controversy in January. The lawsuit, seeking damages of $275 million, follows Sandmann's multi-million dollar lawsuit earlier this month against the Washington Post.
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MS Gov Signs Strict Abortion Ban After Judge Rejected Less-Restrictive Law

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant on Thursday signed one of the strictest abortion laws in the nation — a measure that bans most abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, about six weeks into pregnancy. The New York-based Center for Reproductive Rights called the measure “cruel and clearly unconstitutional” and said it would sue Mississippi to try to block the law from taking effect on July 1. Bryant’s action came despite a federal judge’s decision last year striking d...
Tags: New York, News, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Kentucky, Senate, Georgia, Ap, Tennessee, Abortion, Reproductive Rights, Jackson, Center For Reproductive Rights, Matt Bevin, American Civil Liberties Union, Bryant


Kentucky Family Sues Local Health Department Over School Ban of Unvaccinated Children

A Kentucky teen and his family are suing their local health department over its attempt to protect the public from the chickenpox virus.Read more...
Tags: Science, Kentucky, Infectious Diseases, Vaccines, Antivaxxers, Chickenpox


These are the 10 least innovative states in the U.S.

Innovation is often centered in the U.S. in big cities located on the coasts, such as Silicon Valley and New York. WalletHub recently compiled a ranking of the most innovative and least innovative states in the U.S., based on numerous metrics of human capital and innovation environment. These are the top 10 least innovative states, ranked out of 51 spots to include Washington D.C. The U.S. is often credited as one of the most innovative countries in the world, but that doesn't mean its innova...
Tags: New York, Washington, Kentucky, San Francisco, Trends, South Dakota, Nebraska, Silicon Valley, District Of Columbia, Midwest, WalletHub, New York WalletHub


Calipari: Washington out for NCAA opener with sprained foot

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Kentucky coach John Calipari says in a tweet that leading scorer and rebounder PJ Washington has a sprained foot and will miss the second-seeded Wildcats’ NCAA Tournament opener against No. 15 seed Abilene Christian. Calipari also said Thursday on his verified Twitter account that the 6-foot-8 Washington is in a hard […]
Tags: News, Washington, Kentucky, Sports, College sports, Ncaa, Jacksonville, John Calipari, Calipari, Fla AP, Wildcats NCAA, PJ Washington, Abilene Christian Calipari


KY governor exposed his children to chickenpox instead of getting vaccine

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said he made sure all his nine children were exposed to chickenpox and caught the disease instead of giving them a vaccine.
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Governor exposed his kids to chickenpox

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the importance of the chickenpox vaccine after Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said he made sure all his nine children were exposed to chickenpox and caught the disease instead of giving them a vaccine.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Cnn, Stories, Matt Bevin, Sanjay Gupta


Argument analysis: Justices seem receptive to inmate’s juror-discrimination claims

The Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in the case of an African-American death-row inmate in Mississippi who was convicted by a jury that included just one African-American juror. The inmate, Curtis Flowers, argues that the jury selection in his case violates the Constitution – especially because the lead prosecutor had a long history of eliminating potential African-American jurors from the jury pool. After nearly an hour of oral argument that included the first questions by Justice C...
Tags: Featured, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, Davis, Evans, Johnson, Flowers, John Roberts, Roberts, Howe, Alito, Mississippi Supreme Court, Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer


Daddy’s Hangout 2019 NCAA Tournament Prediction

It’s that time of year again and that’s March Madness of course. Honestly, this is my favorite time of the year because anything can happen, and it usually does. Coming into the tournament, Duke is the overwhelming favorite and deservedly so. Zion Williamson is the phenom that everyone talked about and then some. In the ACC tournament, he became the first freshman since Kevin Durant to average 30 points and 10 boards in a conference tournament. There are quite a few other teams that have a gre...
Tags: Florida, Featured, Minnesota, Mississippi, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, Virginia, LSU, Tennessee, Iowa, Basketball, Wisconsin, Jazz, Kansas, Mississippi State


PE HUB First Read

Less than a week after the Mosque massacre, New Zealand is banning assault rifles. Square plans to hire a number of engineers and a designer to work on its crypto initiatives, according to tweets from CEO Jack Dorsey. Levi Strauss is valued at $6.6 billion as its IPO prices above target. Fortnite has nearly 250 million registered players, up from 200 million in December. KKR & Co Inc is raising its first Asia-focused real estate fund, targeting $1.5 billion. The Wall Street Journal plans to join...
Tags: Asia, Kentucky, Trends, IPOs, New Zealand, Costco, Wall Street Journal, Matt Bevin, Fortnite, First Read, KKR Co Inc, Jack Dorsey Levi Strauss, Apple More


GOP Senators Push Back Against Trump’s Relentless McCain Attacks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Casting aside rare censure from Republican lawmakers, President Donald Trump aimed new blasts of invective at the late John McCain , even claiming credit for the senator’s moving Washington funeral and complaining he was never properly thanked. By the time the president began his anti-McCain tirade in Ohio on Wednesday, several leading Republicans had signaled a new willingness to defy Trump by defending the Vietnam War veteran as a hero seven months after he died of brain c...
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Remember Chickenpox Parties? Kentucky Governor Says He Let His 9 Children Get the Virus

Gov. Matt Bevin said he intentionally exposed his children to chickenpox. Of people who shun vaccines, he said, the government “should not be forcing this.”
Tags: Chicken Pox, Vaccination and Immunization, Kentucky, Bevin, Matthew, Shingles (Disease, Children and Childhood


Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin purposely exposed his 9 kids to chickenpox instead of getting vaccine

In Kentucky, chickenpox is among vaccines mandated for all children entering kindergarten. Matt Bevin says he sent his kids to a chickenpox party..            [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says he intentionally exposed kids to chicken pox instead of giving them vaccine

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin admitted in a radio interview on Tuesday that he intentionally exposed his nine children to chicken pox instead of giving them a vaccination. Once children get chicken pox, they are generally immune for the rest of their lives.
Tags: Science, Kentucky, Matt Bevin


Calipari tweet: Plan and desire is to retire at Kentucky

Calipari shoots down latest coaching rumor, says his 'plan and desire' is to retire at Kentucky            [Author: AP]
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Kentucky Brings a Different Kind of One-and-Done to the Tournament

Reid Travis has a degree from Stanford but what he really wanted was Kentucky’s seal of basketball approval. So off to Lexington he went.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Stanford, John, Stanford University, University of Kentucky, Reid, Lexington, Travis, Calipari, Basketball (College, NCAA Basketball Championships (Men, Reid Travis


When children say 'I want to kill myself': The alarming rise of youth suicides

Suicides of children and teens have been rising both in Kentucky and nationally. Experts say something must be done now.            [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Kentucky, Louisville Courier Journal


John Calipari shoots down UCLA rumors, says he wants to retire at UK

Kentucky coach John Calipari took to Twitter to shoot down rumors tying him to the open UCLA job.            [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: UK, News, Kentucky, Ucla, John Calipari, Louisville Courier Journal


Antivax GOP Kentucky governor exposed his kids to chickenpox on purpose so they'd get sick

Kentucky's antivax Republican Governor Matt Bevin said in a radio interview today that he exposed his children to chickenpox intentionally so they would catch the highly contagious disease, and become immune.  Bevin was on Bowling Green radio station WKCT earlier today, and revealed that his kids were "miserable for a few days" after they got chickenpox, and "they all turned out fine." Bevin and wife Glenna have nine children, four of whom are adopted. Governor Bevin said parents who fear thei...
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Kentucky Gov. Bevin Says He Deliberately Exposed His 9 Children to Chickenpox

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) — Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said in a radio interview that he deliberately exposed his children to chickenpox so they would catch the highly contagious disease and become immune. During a Tuesday interview on Bowling Green radio station WKCT, Bevin said his children were “miserable for a few days” after contracting chickenpox but…
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Governor says he exposed his children to chickenpox rather than getting vaccine

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said he made sure all his nine children were exposed to chickenpox and caught the disease instead of giving them a vaccine.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Stories, Matt Bevin


Kentucky governor says he exposed his children to chickenpox rather than getting vaccine

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said he made sure all his nine children were exposed to chickenpox and caught the disease instead of giving them a vaccine.
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KY Gov. Bevin Exposed His 9 Kids To Chickenpox Rather Than Vaccinating

Kentucky’s governor said in an interview Tuesday that rather than vaccinating his children against chickenpox, he exposed them to someone with the disease instead. “Every single one of my kids had the chickenpox,” Bevin told WKCT, as quoted by The Hill and the Courier-Journal. “They got the chickenpox on purpose because we found a neighbor that had it and I went and made sure every one of my kids was exposed to it, and they got it. They had it as children. They were miserable for a few da...
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