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COUNTRY MUSIC HIGHWAY “ROAD TO FAME” COMPETITION NAMES TOP 20 CONTESTANTS FROM EACH AUDITION LOCATIONS

Updated: 10/22/2012 - Over the weekend, hundreds of contestants showcased their talent for Nashville, TN Music Row executives during the opening Country Music Highway "Road to Fame” auditions in Eastern Kentucky. The ‘Road to Fame’ competition is searching for the next potential star to come from Kentucky’s famed Country Music Highway, an area with a vast musical heritage and home to many country stars for decades.

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Posted: 03/26/2012 - April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Kentucky leads the way...in blanketing our Commonwealth in blue and silver pinwheels. The blue and silver pinwheel is a symbol of childhood and forms the cornerstone of the national Pinwheels for Prevention child abuse awareness campaign being conducted throughout the nation. Kentucky’s campaign, the second largest in the nation, is being coordinated through Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky

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Martin County church helping tornado victims

Updated: 03/20/2012 - One Martin County church says it's lucky to be standing after a tornado ripped through it's community, and they are trying to help rebuild.

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Another disaster recovery center opens

Posted: 03/19/2012 - The center in Inez opened Sunday for people who had property damage or other hardships from severe storms and tornadoes that passed through the area on Feb. 29-March 3.

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Water partnership proves positive

Posted: 02/15/2012 - PIKEVILLE – Contaminated water wells on Big Branch of Brushy in Pike County was a topic of discussion for much of the last few years.

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Martin County man charged with murder and DUI

Updated: 02/07/2012 - Police say a Martin County man involved in a deadly crash admitted to drinking before driving. 26 year old Billie Evans is charged with murder and DUI.

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American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women®

Updated: 01/31/2012 - In its ongoing effort to elevate public awareness about heart disease, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement is teaming up with Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Banks to share the truth about the No. 1 killer of women.

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Supreme Court ruling benefits sick coal miners

Posted: 12/22/2011 - The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that the state is violating the constitutional rights of coal miners suffering from black lung disease by setting up an arduous system of medical screenings to qualify for worker's compensation.

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Stumbo expects legislation to stop pill mills

Updated: 12/15/2011 - Speaker of the House Greg Stumbo wants to stop "pill mills." He says the upcoming legislature session will include a comprehensive drug bill to crackdown on doctors who over-prescribe.

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Editorial: Surge Reverse

Updated: 12/14/2011 - We all have the upmost respect for those who serve in our armed forces and for those who serve overseas in harm’s way.

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