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Scott County creek rising

Updated: 03/10/2015 - Scott County Emergency Management officials say the Elkhorn Creek is rising. They expect some minor flooding over the next few days.

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KY-11 in Montgomery County closed for semi crash

Updated: 03/10/2015 - KY-11 North in Montgomery County is shutdown because of an overturned semi. The Montgomery County sheriff says a portion of the shoulder on KY-11 collapsed under a UPS tractor trailer around 7 a.m. because it had been weakened by the steady rain and snow.

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Wildcat fans make a big blue bearded vow

Updated: 03/10/2015 - This weekend the Big Blue Nation watched as their Cats made history going 31-0. Now they turn their attention to seeing UK open up play in the post season. First up, the fans will be watching as the the Cats hit the road for the SEC tournament in Nashville this week. No one will be watching as closely as one group of fans I recently met who have made a big blue bearded vow until the cats bring home number nine.

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New campus safety app debuts at University of Kentucky

Updated: 03/09/2015 - A smartphone app aimed at campus safety recently launched at the University of Kentucky. Student government representatives said people are already using it to report tips to campus police.

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Snow can't stop weekly soccer

Updated: 03/08/2015 - The 17 inches of snow Lexington got wasn't enough to disrupt a weekly game of soccer going back more than 20 years.

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Bloody Sunday commemoration continues in Selma

Posted: 03/08/2015 - The Bloody Sunday commemoration continues today with a series of events in Selma before a group retraces the steps that helped secure equal voting rights 50 years ago.

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