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UCLA lands a high-profile transfer in Kentucky guard Johnny Juzang

Guard Johnny Juzang adored UCLA while attending Studio City Harvard-Westlake High, but opted for Kentucky. A year later, he is transferring to UCLA.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, Ucla, Johnny Juzang, Studio City Harvard Westlake High


Johnny Juzang transferring to UCLA from Kentucky

On the one-year anniversary of UCLA’s hire of men’s basketball coach Mick Cronin, the program picked up a high-profile transfer in former Kentucky freshman Johnny Juzang. Juzang posted his commitment to the Bruins’ program on Twitter Thursday morning and said he looks forward to coming home to Los Angeles and playing under Cronin. The 6-foot-6 shooting guard noted he will be petitioning for immediate eligibility for next season. I’m coming home ! #4sUp pic.twitter.com/IsqD8ViPTv — Johnny Juzang...
Tags: Kentucky, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nba, College sports, Ucla, Chris Smith, Bruins, Wildcats, Cronin, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Mick Cronin, Harvard Westlake School, Harvard Westlake


New Normal? Scientists Say Coronavirus Won’t End With Warmer Weather

(CNN) — With health experts warning that warmer months won’t bring an end to coronavirus, officials are developing a framework for what America’s new normal could look like. President Trump has previously claimed that increased temperatures will bring an end to the virus. But members of a National Academy of Sciences committee said in a letter to the White House Tuesday that the data is mixed on if the virus spreads less easily in the heat, however that might not matter much given the lack of im...
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McConnell Moves on Quick Aid Vote While Pelosi Urges More Cash

(Bloomberg) -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pressed ahead with his plan for a quick vote Thursday on a $250 billion boost in a small business aid program, putting him at odds with the two top Democrats in Congress who want to double the size of an interim stimulus package.McConnell has offered an amendment to the record $2.2 trillion pandemic response package to boost the total available to the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses to $600 billion.His plan for quick Senate a...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, Kentucky, Senate, White House, Bloomberg, Democrats, House, Treasury, Mitch McConnell, Npr, Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump, PPP, Cnbc


SPC MD 317

MD 0317 CONCERNING SEVERE POTENTIAL...WATCH LIKELY FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN INDIANA...SOUTHWEST OHIO...CENTRAL KENTUCKY Mesoscale Discussion 0317 NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK 0552 PM CDT Wed Apr 08 2020 Areas affected...central and southern Indiana...southwest Ohio...central Kentucky Concerning...Severe potential...Watch likely Valid 082252Z - 090115Z Probability of Watch Issuance...95 percent SUMMARY...Damaging storms, including significant straight-line winds, a few to...
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John Prine’s ‘Paradise’ Taught Us Why We Can't Give in to Climate Hell

Legendary songwriter John Prine died on Tuesday due to covid-19 complications. If you know one John Prine song, it’s probably “Paradise,” a bittersweet lament about the devastation the coal mining industry brought to his parents’ hometown in Kentucky.Read more...
Tags: Science, Kentucky, Coal, John Prine, Climate Justice


Kentucky Republican again threatens to halt quick passage of coronavirus aid package

Rep. Thomas Massie indicated Wednesday that he will oppose any attempt to pass new funding for small business loans through the House by unanimous consent or voice vote, a threat that follows his previous objection to quick passage of a $2 trillion Covid-19 stimulus deal.
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Remembering American Songwriting Legend John Prine (RIP): “A True Folk Singer in the Best Folk Tradition”

“A friend called our new world ‘a ghost ship,’” wrote Nick Cave in a recent installment of his Red Hand Files blog. “She has recently lost someone dear to her and recognizes acutely the premonitory feeling of a world about to be shattered.” The experience has become distressingly common. We have all begun to lose people dear, if not near, to us—artists taken by the disease before their time like Bill Withers, whose “Lean on Me” is now more poignant than ever. Whatever else we’re faced wi...
Tags: Google, Music, Bruce Springsteen, College, Kentucky, Bonnie Raitt, Chicago, Bob Dylan, Sam Smith, Bill Murray, John, Vietnam, Jfk, Nick Cave, Jesus Christ, Jason Isbell


Spousal abuse and taxes in trying times

Photo by Vera Arsic via Pexels The biggest problem for most of us in coronavirus lockdown with our families, whether ordered by state or local officials or self-imposed, is figuring out how to not get on each other's last nerve. For some, however, the forced togetherness is deadly serious. Possibly just deadly. Domestic violence since COVID-19 appeared has spiked as victims find themselves forced to stay home with abusers, according to those who work to protect people, still primarily wom...
Tags: Texas, Taxes, Kentucky, China, United States, Sam, Irs, Internal Revenue Service, John Hancock, The IRS, Pexels, Leta Hong Fincher, Ed Gonzalez, Vera Arsic, COVID, DomesticViolence


Rand Paul Volunteers At Local Hospital After Recovering From COVID-19

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said in a Tuesday tweet that he has recovered from COVID-19 and is now volunteering at a local hospital. Paul, who became the first senator to test positive for the novel coronavirus last month, tweeted that he is treating people in his community who are in need of medical help, which includes COVID-19 patients. I appreciate all the best wishes I have received. I have been retested and I am negative. I have started volunteering at a local hospital to assist those in my c...
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Rand Paul says he has successfully recovered from coronavirus

Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky announced Tuesday that he has successfully recovered from his bout with the novel coronavirus and is now volunteering at a hospital to help patients stricken with Covid-19.
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Reviewing action by (too few) Governors to reduce incarcerated populations in response to COVID crisis

I have been pleased to see a few Governors step up to deal with the COVID crisis created by crowded prisons and jails, but I continue to be disappointing that there are seemingly not that many chief executives being proactive in this space during these harrowing times.  I suspect and fear that I am here not providing a complete accounting of good gubernatorial actions, but I welcome comments or emails for supplementing this list: Alabama: "Ivey order allows for release of some county jail inmate...
Tags: New York, Law, Colorado, Kentucky, Alabama, Ohio, New Mexico, Illinois, Mike DeWine, Pritzker, Ivey, Douglas A Berman


Nurse says she was suspended after refusing to treat coronavirus patients without a mask

A Kentucky nurse says she was suspended for refusing to treat COVID-19 patients after the hospital would not supply her with a protective respirator.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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McGrath outpaces McConnell in fundraising for Kentucky race

Democrat Amy McGrath raised substantially more campaign cash than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the first three months of 2020, showing her staying power against the Republican lawmaker in setting a blistering fundraising pace in Kentucky. Hours after McConnell's campaign reported raising nearly $7.5 million in the quarter, McGrath upped the ante.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Senate, Mitch McConnell, Mcgrath, McConnell, Amy McGrath


Everyone’s talking about it. Even Kentucky

Earlier this year South African fried chicken fast-food chain, Chicken Licken®, launched a campaign for their wallet-friendly EasyBucks® meals, based on the idea of ‘Everyone’s talking about it.’ The post Everyone’s talking about it. Even Kentucky appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Sponsored, Kentucky, Article, Openaccess, Special Reports, Chicken Licken, South Africa (country


UPS employee dies of COVID-19 infection in Kentucky

A United Parcel Service Inc worker employed in Kentucky died over the weekend from a COVID-19 infection, Gov. Andy Beshear said at a public health briefing on Monday. UPS separately said that a "valued member of our management team" at its Worldport global shipping hub in Louisville, Kentucky, had died. UPS employs roughly 20,000 workers in the Louisville area - mainly at Worldport, which is central to the U.S. government's effort to rush in medical supplies for healthcare workers.
Tags: Business, News, Kentucky, UPS, Louisville, United Parcel Service Inc, Louisville Kentucky, Andy Beshear, COVID, Worldport


More Details on Airlifts and Supply Seizures

Here are a couple more details on shipment seizures and inter-state bidding we’ve been discussing here in recent days. Both are interviews on this evening’s Newshour, flagged to me by TPM Reader KM. Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D-IL) appeared to confirm one point that remained ambiguous from the press conference last week in which Rear Admiral Polowczyk explained the ‘Airbridge’ flights from China. According to Pritzker, the US military planes airlift the PPE and other medical supplies to the US and the...
Tags: News, Kentucky, White House, China, US, Fema, Judy Woodruff, Josh Marshall, Pritzker, Beshear, Andy Beshear, PPE, Editors' Blog, Polowczyk, Henry Schein Polowczyk


Bill would expand COVID-19 payments for college students, other dependents

Look for this new legislation to be part of the now-developing Phase 4 coronavirus relief measure expected to be considered in late April. Unlike this pre-coronavirus campus study group, current college kids are utilizing e-learning options to provide them appropriate social distancing and other COVID-19 protections. Young adults fell through the cracks in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. That new law created the COVID-19 relief payments that the Internal ...
Tags: Taxes, Congress, California, Kentucky, Senate, House, Treasury, Mitch McConnell, Capitol Hill, Michigan, Nancy Pelosi, Bill, Republican, Fafsa, Don, Peters


Cybersquatting case in federal court shows inefficiencies of ACPA

A recent case from a federal court in Kentucky shows why the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (15 U.S.C. 1125(d) – the “ACPA”) can be – when compared to the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”) – a relatively inefficient way of resolving a domain name dispute.   Defendant was an infringer Here is a quick rundown of the facts. Defendant owned a business directly competitive to plaintiff ServPro. Plaintiff had used its mark and trade dress since the 1960’s. ...
Tags: Google, Law, Kentucky, Domain Names, Trademarks, Servpro, Blanton, ACPA, Summary Judgment, Cybersquatting, Udrp, Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, ServPro Intellectual Property Inc


Kentucky's Maxey becomes second Wildcat to enter NBA draft

Kentucky guard Tyrese Maxey will enter the NBA draft, becoming the second Wildcats starter in as many days to turn pro and forego his remaining collegiate eligibility. Maxey scored 26 points against then-No. 1 Michigan State in his collegiate debut and finished the season tied for second in scoring on the team at 14 points per game. The 6-foot-3 freshman shot nearly 43% with 33 3-pointers and also averaged 4.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists while starting 28 of 31 games for the Southeastern Conferen...
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, Nba, Michigan State, Maxey, Tyrese Maxey


Former Duke star Grant Hill tells story of famous pass to Christian Laettner in 1992 NCAA Tournament win vs. Kentucky

Duke's Grant Hill throwing the ball to Christian Laettner in '92 Kentucky game is most famous pass in NCAA tournament history. Hill describes moment.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Kentucky point guard Ashton Hagans will enter NBA draft

Kentucky point guard Ashton Hagans will enter the NBA draft and forego his final two seasons of eligibility. The 6-foot-3 Hagans was named Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman and became one of the country's best point guards this past season. Hagans then requested time away from the team for personal reasons and did not travel to the season finale at Florida.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, Nba, Ashton Hagans, Hagans


During a Pandemic, an Unanticipated Problem: Out-of-Work Health Workers

As hospitals across the country brace for an onslaught of coronavirus patients, doctors, nurses and other health care workers -- even in emerging hot spots -- are being furloughed, reassigned or told they must take pay cuts.The job cuts, which stretch from Massachusetts to Nevada, are a new and possibly urgent problem for a business-oriented health care system whose hospitals must earn revenue even in a national crisis. Hospitals large and small have canceled many elective services -- often unde...
Tags: New York, News, California, Washington, Kentucky, Boston, Massachusetts, West Virginia, New York Times, New Orleans, Bill De Blasio, Michigan, Nevada, Msnbc, Detroit, De Blasio


AP Was There: Laettner's shot stuns Kentucky in OT, 104-103

The Duke-Kentucky game on March 28, 1992, was voted No. 2 and the following story was sent that night. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Christian Laettner has made the shots of two lifetimes. The All-American ended one of the greatest college basketball games ever with a turnaround jumper at the overtime buzzer, giving defending national champion Duke a 104-103 victory over Kentucky and a fifth straight trip to the Final Four.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, Ap, Philadelphia, Duke, Duke Kentucky, Christian Laettner


A Kentucky resident who was potentially exposed to the coronavirus and refused to self-isolate was forced to wear an ankle monitor

One man who tested positive for the coronavirus was put under house arrest after he went out shopping and violated his quarantine.
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McGrath offers quick response to McConnell virus-related ad

Democrat Amy McGrath has punched back at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, accusing him of seeking a political windfall from an economic aid package while the coronavirus crisis worsens. McGrath's campaign released a TV ad Friday lambasting the Kentucky Republican for “taking a victory lap against the coronavirus." It's a quick response by his most well-funded Democratic challenger to a McConnell commercial in which he trumpeted his key role in passing the $2.2 trillion rescue package.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Senate, Mitch McConnell, Mcgrath, Democratic, McConnell, Amy McGrath


Before Demanding Every Member Cast a COVID-19 Vote, Tom Massie Skipped a COVID-19 Vote For a Fundraiser

As Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) explained it, his decision to try and force every last member of the House of Representatives back to Washington, D.C. in the middle of a pandemic to get their votes on a massive coronavirus relief bill was a matter of pure principle, the type of act that those truly wedded to the ideals of a constitutional republic would gladly perform. “I thought I might be signing my political death sentence,” the Kentucky Republican would say later, reflecting on the procedural m...
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Town uses ankle monitors on residents exposed to Covid-19 who won't stay home

Kentucky is taking severe measures to ensure residents exposed to the coronavirus stay at home. Louisville residents who have been in contact with coronavirus patients but refuse to isolate themselves are being made to wear ankle bracelets.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Stories, Louisville, COVID


Google location data shows how much daily life is changing in every state

Google published a huge report of location data this week showing how people's movement has changed during the coronavirus pandemic. The data details changes in attendance at: retail and recreation sites, groceries and pharmacies, parks, transit stations, workplaces, and residential locations. For the US Google broke down the data for each state, showing big differences in how people are reacting to the pandemic. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google this week released a ...
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What can Kentucky fans expect in 2020-21?

College Basketball expert Jon Rothstein tells Kentucky fans what to expect during the 2020-21 college basketball season.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Sports, College Basketball, Jon Rothstein