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On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with Heartland CARES Executive Director Sean Oslin about World AIDS Day 2016 and Heartland Cares plans for 2017.

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Kentucky's troubled pension systems have continued their downward slide in 2016, with plans covering teachers and state employees losing more than $1.8 billion in value while obligations are increasing. 

A director of a Kentucky study abroad program is interested in seizing on the educational aspects of Cuba as potential changes develop following the death Fidel Castro on Friday and the first regularly-scheduled commercial flight from Miami to Havana this week.

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Lee Emmons is the new West Kentucky Community and Technical College Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Development.

WKCTC President Anton Reece made the announcement Monday.  

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FedEx is delivering 500 Christmas trees to Fort Campbell soldiers this Saturday as part of the Trees for Troops program. 

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After an election season in which both major political parties bashed free trade deals, the mayors of Kentucky’s two largest cities have renewed their initiative to attract foreign investment to — and exports from — the region. 

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Candy, candy canes, candy corn and syrup. Those are the four basic food groups according to Buddy the Elf. And this time of year, the gluttonous season, it seems like he is onto something.

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The McCracken County Public Library Board of Trustees has named Susan Baier the new library Director. 

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A new resettlement program will bring more than 50 Congolese and Syrian refugees to Lexington in 2017.

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In mid-January, Kentuckians and visitors to the state can catch a peek at bald eagles in western Kentucky.

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