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Can you still get a ticket to Kentucky's NCAA opener?

Updated: 03/15/2015 - Tickets for the second and third round games in Louisville are sold out with the exception of a very limited number of All-Session packages while UK students can sign up for a ticket lottery.

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Bluegrass Poll: Conway, Heiner lead in governor’s race

Updated: 03/10/2015 - Louisville businessman Hal Heiner leads the crowded race for the Republican party’s nominee for Kentucky’s next governor who would then likely take on Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway, according to a new Bluegrass Poll.

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Bluegrass Poll: Minimum wage top issue in governor’s race

Updated: 03/10/2015 - Roughly two months before Kentuckians head to the polls to decide who will square off next fall in the governor’s race, a new Bluegrass Poll determined that increasing the minimum wage is the top issue on the minds of voters.

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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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Tracking current road conditions in Lexington

Updated: 03/06/2015 - Friday was the first day in a few days many people came to work in Lexington. The main roads look a lot better, but there's still a lot of work to do to get all the snow and ice off the roads.

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SEC moves up women's tournament game times due to weather

Updated: 03/04/2015 - The opening games of the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament, being played this week at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, have been moved to an earlier start on Wednesday due to projected winter weather in the Central Arkansas area.

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Folks prepare for possible flooding in Bourbon County

Updated: 03/02/2015 - People who live near flood-prone creeks and streams will be keeping a close eye on the water on Tuesday. Folks who live near Stoner Creek in Bourbon County tell us they're already taking precautions.

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