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Bald eagles nest at National Arboretum in DC

Posted: 03/14/2015 - For the first time in almost 70 years the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington has a bald eagle nest with eggs that are nearly ready to hatch.

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In Kentucky, bipartisanship gets some things done

Posted: 03/14/2015 - While Congress struggles to reach consensus on most issues, state lawmakers in Kentucky work in short order to pass bills despite being one of seven legislatures in the country with divided government.

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New bird flu strain has poultry farmers scrambling

Posted: 03/14/2015 - A dangerous new bird flu strain has affected turkey flocks in Minnesota, Missouri and Arkansas. That's sending experts and farmers scrambling to determine how it arrived - and to stop it from spreading.

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Cool reception for new sign-up window under health care law

Posted: 03/14/2015 - If you're among the several million people hit with new federal fines for going without health insurance, then starting Sunday you'll get a second chance to sign up for 2015 coverage through

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8-year-old surprises supporters with news that he is cancer-free

Updated: 03/14/2015 - Earlier this year, we introduced you to Luke Polly, an eight-year-old boy who has been battling leukemia since January. His home community in Letcher County came together Friday for a silent auction and benefit concert to raise money for Luke’s treatment, which included an unexpected surprise.

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Rain continues into Saturday

Posted: 03/13/2015 - The rain continues into the first half of the weekend. The highest flood threat is in northern Kentucky.

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Funeral held for Allen Volunteer Fire Chief

Updated: 03/13/2015 - "Attention all Allen Volunteer Fire Units, attention all Allen Volunteer Fire Units, this is the last call for Billy Ray Jarvis, Unit 1205"

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KCTCS students to pay same tuition for next school year

Posted: 03/13/2015 - The board's action means tuition will remain at $147 per credit hour rate for in-state students, $294 per credit hour rate for out-of-state students from counties contiguous to Kentucky and $515 for all other out-of-state students.

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New York State Trooper dies during physical training run

Posted: 03/13/2015 - State police say Trooper Donald R. Fredenburg, of Utica, collapsed Friday morning about a quarter-mile into a daily physical training run at the University at Albany campus. Fredenburg was in his second week of training at the adjacent New York State Police Academy.

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