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Officials: Missing Georgetown 4-year-old found; mother arrested

Officials in Oldham County confirm that 4-year-old Tayden Bradley Kanatzer has been found with his mother, Kayla Melton. She has been charged with kidnapping, and was taken to the Oldham County Jail.


Summertime temps are with us for a few more days, then fall air looks to arrive.


There's already a lot of anticipation for the Monday's total solar eclipse as people flock to Hopkinsville, Kentucky for a chance to view the phenomenon directly in the path of the moon's shadow.


If you don't have eclipse glasses or you don't feel comfortable using them to see the eclipse we have an option for you.



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