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Widow of decorated soldier appeals denial of honor

Posted: 07/08/2014 - The widow of a highly decorated World War II veteran from southern Kentucky has asked a federal appeals court to require the U.S. Army to review an application to award her husband a Medal of Honor.

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Shooting range in Grant County to cut back hours

Posted: 07/08/2014 - The shooting range at Curtis Gates Lloyd Wildlife Management Area in Grant County will operate on restricted hours during the week through the end of the month due to ongoing stream restoration work.

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Summer shootings become hot topic in Lexington mayoral race

Updated: 07/07/2014 - Since June 21st, four people have been killed in shootings in Lexington and eight other people have been injured. The recent string of violence has now become a major issue in the mayor's race.

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WKYT Investigates: The lock on Narcan

Updated: 07/08/2014 - "There might be a county that only has two ambulances in the entire county," Lt. Chris Martin with Lexington Fire said. "They're going to have very long response times and there's probably going to be a local law enforcement officer that's going to get there first." Because of that, a bill was brought to the attention of the state legislature to allow first responders, like police officers, to carry Narcan.

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Eastern Kentucky gets $1 million grant

Posted: 07/07/2014 - A national community service organization is investing $1 million in eastern Kentucky to help the region recover from the downturn in the coal industry.

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Heiner gave his campaign $4 million

Updated: 07/07/2014 - Hal Heiner donated $4 million to his campaign for governor last quarter as he seeks to give himself a huge cash advantage over his potential Republican rivals.

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