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Morehead Pride

Oct 4, 2017

The first week of October is Morehead Pride week and with that comes many events centered on diversity and inclusion. WMKY’s Logan Pemberton has the story.

For more information on Morehead Pride and this weekend's festival, visit the organizations facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/moreheadpride/.

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October 4, 2017 -- Frederic Sackrider Remington was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in depictions of the American Old West, specifically concentrating on scenes from the last quarter of the 19th century in the Western United States and featuring images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U.S. Cavalry, among other figures from Western culture.

“Left in the lurch” describes a French board game where players “suffered a lurch” if they were left in a hopeless position from which they couldn’t win. We had Health Matters see patients in our region who are left in the lurch, with declining health resources and a diminishing life expectancy. We document this, talk about insurance companies left in the lurch, Alzheimer’s families left in the lurch, and then we end on a proud note, with a Native American tribe receiving a patent for a billion-dollar drug.

Feature: Pride Forum and AIDS Memorial Quilt Display

Oct 4, 2017

The first week of October is Morehead State Pride Week and with that comes many events centered on diversity and inclusion. WMKY's Logan Pemberton has the story...

Fundraiser To Help Abuse Survivors Underway

Oct 3, 2017

A lack of adequate financial resources can make it difficult for survivors of domestic violence to leave an abusive situation.

Lexington Restaurant Scores Go Green And Red

Oct 3, 2017

Restaurants will soon debut new health inspection reports, using a system the county health department believes will be easier for diners to decode.

As a high-stakes Wisconsin gerrymandering case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court this week, one Kentucky group is taking a closer look at the state’s electoral map. Their preliminary findings suggest the commonwealth isn’t among the worst offenders, but some district shapes do raise eyebrows.

Conclusion to Dave Hathaway's Struggle to Stay

Oct 3, 2017

After going for a year unemployed, Dave Hathaway was back underground, working at a new coal mine -- the Cumberland mine -- in Greene County, Pennsylvania. He didn’t want to have to go back underground, but no other job came close to paying him enough to support his family and be able to live in his hometown. 


Mountain Stage will record episode #907 this Sunday.

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says his agency is transferring $1 million to the state police in an effort to end a backlog of drug testing in criminal cases.

Morrisey announced the funding at a news conference at the state Capitol in Charleston. He says the transfer was made possible as the result of settlements with drug wholesalers accused of flooding the state with millions of prescription pain pills.


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