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Repairs have begun on a damaged Kentucky bridge over the Ohio River.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has filed a fifth lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company for deceptive marketing of opioid-based painkillers.

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The American Quilter's Society awarded $125,000 in cash prizes Tuesday night to the winning quilts at the 34th AQS Spring Paducah QuiltWeek. Executive Show Director Bonnie Browning said nearly 700 quilts are on display at the Schroeder Expo Center.

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A three-day summit to celebrate the abundance of water resources in the Four Rivers Watershed is this week at Murray State University. MSU’s Watershed Studies Institute along with the City of Murray and the Jackson Purchase Foundation are hosting the Watershed Sustainability Summit.

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Jonas Neihoff is the guest this week on Something from Nothing. He discusses the creative process of starting a business.

The first part of the episode tells the story of how Socially Present started. This includes the exact moment in time when he got the idea, how he told his wife Shelly, and the way they were able to make it through the difficult first year.

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The Republican-dominated House in Tennessee voted Tuesday to punish the city of Memphis for removing Confederate monuments by taking $250,000 away from the city that would have been used for a bicentennial celebration next year.

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The Tennessee House passed a $37.5 billion budget, but only after arguments over whether to take money away from the city of Memphis as punishment for removing Confederate Statues last year.

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The recently enacted payroll tax dominated the Murray mayoral candidate forum Monday night. Other topics included calls for the community to work together, making city council meetings more inclusive and collaborations between the city and the university.  

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U.S. Congressman James Comer has released his tax returns, financial disclosures and other expenses for 2017

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Tennessee's student assessment test, TNReady, has had more problems and that left state lawmakers fuming Tuesday.

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