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Ashley Lopez, via WFPL

The new management of the University of Louisville Hospital is considering two local clinics' request for transfer agreements the state says they need to provide abortions.

TVA, via Facebook

A federal utility says it has included a 1.5 percent rate increase in its budget that takes effect in October.

Senator Mae Beavers, Facebook

Republican Mae Beavers says she will resign from the state Senate so she can focus on her bid for Tennessee governor.

Courtesy of Hopkinsville Community College

Hopkinsville Community College says the total solar eclipse was the “largest event ever held on campus.”

City Commission meeting video screenshot, paducahkygov via YouTube

Paducah City Commissioner Richard Abraham read a statement at Tuesday’s commission meeting that the tearing down of Confederate monuments will not fix issues facing the black community.

via www.broadbenthams.com

A prize ham from a business in Kuttawa will be auctioned off at an annual Kentucky State Fair breakfast charity event.

Mr.Smith Chetanachan, 123rf Stock Photo

Fayette County health officials are confirming a case of West Nile virus in a Lexington resident. West Nile is known to be transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. This is the first confirmed case of West Nile in 2017 in the Lexington area.

Baptist Health Paducah

Baptist Health Paducah has named Chris Roty as interim president. Roty is currently president of Baptist Health La Grange near Louisville.

Ryland Barton

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear has announced a program to dispose of opioids in the Commonwealth.

LRC Public Information

A Democratic state representative in west Kentucky will not seek re-election in 2018.

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