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DOJ opens civil rights probe into S.C. classroom arrest

Updated: 10/27/2015 - The Justice Department says it has opened a federal civil rights investigation after a South Carolina school resource officer was captured on video pulling a female high school student from her desk and dragging her across a classroom.

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Breeders' Cup fashion taking on a Kentucky fall feel

Posted: 10/23/2015 - The Breeders' Cup is known as the richest two days in horse racing, and for race fans that means looking like a million bucks at the track. The Breeders' Cup Classic may be about the horses, but As Amber Philpott reports for many its really about the high style. This year there is a distinct Kentucky feel when it comes to fashion for race goers.

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University of Kentucky hoping to boost graduation rates

Posted: 10/23/2015 - University of Kentucky officials say they are hoping to set ambitious goals to improve undergraduate retention and graduation rates, and to close gaps in those rates for minority, first-generation and low-income students over the next five years.

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Miranda Combs | A look at coal in Kentucky's gubernatorial race

Updated: 10/22/2015 - During debates over the past couple of months, all three candidates for governor have said coal does have a future in Kentucky. WKYT's Miranda Combs went to Letcher County, where coal jobs have vanished and some residents are looking for help from the next governor.

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