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Judge:  Roger Stone to be Sentenced Thursday

Judge: Roger Stone to be Sentenced Thursday

URGENT – Roger Stone to be sentenced Thursday despite controversy, judge says (CNN) — (CNN) — Roger Stone will still be sentenced Thursday, a federal judge ruled Tuesday, amid a tumultuous week that saw President Donald Trump suggest she is biased and several prosecutors quit his case after Justice Department leadership rescinded their initial sentencing…MORE

National Drink Wine Day

Believe it or not, there was a time when wine was more widely consumed than water. During the Dark Ages, water was often unsafe to drink, so wine was drunk (pun intended) at nearly every meal as a safer alternative. Centuries later, wine is still praised for both its health benefits and the unique role…MORE

Video:  The Doc is In–Stanton, MD

Video: The Doc is In–Stanton, MD

The Doc Is In – "Coronavirus – Inside China" In this week's segment, Emergency Physician, Dr. Ryan Stanton, continues his look at the Coronavirus and the impact it is having around the world. Dr. Stanton talks with an American Missionary stationed in China to get a first hand account of what is going on inside…MORE

In Brief

Perhaps you can soon worry less about the environmental impact caused by taking a flight. At least if you book on Delta.The airline announced that it would kick off a decade long initiative in March to cut its emissions, which averages 40 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually. Delta wants to become the first US airline to go carbon neutral, putting a $1…MORE

KY Leads in Whiskey Exports

(Governor’s Office)–As Kentucky’s signature bourbon industry continues to boom, Gov. Andy Beshear announced Monday that the commonwealth is the nation’s leading exporter of whiskey, which includes bourbon and rye, according to 2019 export reports. Gov. Beshear made the announcement while filling the 16th millionth barrel of Jim Beam at Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont Monday. “We…MORE

Good For You!

Congratulations to: These service academy nominees, named by Sen. Rand Paul: Thomas Ward of Lexington, Air Force Academy James Clay Fiscus, Castor Grande, Pollux Grande, all from Lexington, all to the Merchant Marine Academy Wil Green, Wilmore, U.S. Military Academy John Grant Nolen, Nicholasville and Tyler Smith, Lexington, Naval Academy. Lucy Gentry, Marisa Aull and…MORE

Video:  The Doc is In–Stanton, MD

Video: The Doc is In–Stanton, MD

The Doc Is In – "Coronavirus" Coronavirus has made headlines for health issues around the world including here in the United States. Those reporting having the infection have ranged from people with little to no symptoms to people being severely ill and dying. In this "The Doc Is In" segment, Emergency Physician, Dr. Ryan Stanton,…MORE

Storm Drain Design Contest in Lexington

Storm Drain Design Contest in Lexington

(LFUCG)–The city is launching a storm drain design contest. Participants of all ages are encouraged to design and paint a storm drain to help bring attention to local waterways and how residents can protect them. Proposed designs will be accepted on a rolling basis through Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 5 p.m. After the design is…MORE