Stu Johnson (KPR)

Kentucky Public Radio Correspondent

Stu Johnson is a reporter/producer at WEKU in Lexington, Kentucky.

stu.johnson@eku.edu

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Update Monday Evening: The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents voted Monday to suspend 10 academic programs. Three other academic offerings are undergoing redesign.

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A state alcohol beverage control investigator is credited with breaking up an illegal alcohol sales operation.

A Kentucky man is thankful that fire damage to the oldest hotel in Gatlinburg is manageable. NOTICE: This story underwent revision with updated fire fatality information

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is adding automated vehicle location equipment to many of its snow trucks this winter.

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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.

Kentucky Division of Forestry

High temperatures and winds are complicating efforts at fighting ongoing wildfires across Kentucky but a weekend forecast of rain could provide some relief.

beginningfarmer.org

Efforts are underway to boost farming operations in Kentucky.

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Officials in some Kentucky communities may need to gauge their local water supply levels closely in the weeks ahead.

Kentucky Democratic Party, via Facebook

Republicans running for the state legislature registered many wins in Tuesday’s election. The victories put the GOP in solid control of both houses of the General Assembly.

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