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Kentucky Educational Television
Kentucky Educational Television

(859) 258-7000

600 Cooper Dr
Lexington, KY 40502   Directions

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Healing Childhood Trauma: From Science to Solutions
12/16/2020 9:50am

On Tuesday, Dec. 8 2020, KET presented a screening and panel discussion focused on the research surrounding trauma and toxic stress and how clinicians, advocates and community leaders are striving The post Healing Childhood Trauma: From Science to Solutions appeared first on KET.

Spread Joy, Not Germs
12/10/2020 9:57am

KET wishes everyone a healthy and happy holiday season. Be safe by following these simple and effective practices to ward off the coronavirus.The post Spread Joy, Not Germs appeared first on KET.

2020 Election Speeches
11/03/2020 9:24pm

Here is KETs collection of speeches from candidates and Kentucky political figures from election night, November 3, 2020. Sen. Mitch McConnell R victory speech: Amy McGrath concession speech: Im so The post 2020 Election Speeches appeared first on KET.

Marta Miranda-Straub from Kentucky’s Dept. of Community-Based Services Discusses Trauma and Toxic Stress in Children
09/16/2020 5:59pm

Interview with Marta Miranda-Straub, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Community-based Services DCBS discusses trauma and toxic stress in children. Parts of this interview appeared in Healing Childhood Trauma: A The post Marta Miranda-Straub from Kentuckys Dept. of Community-Based Services Discusses Trauma and Toxic Stress in Children appeared first on KET.

Healing Childhood Trauma: Betty ‘BJ’ Adkins Discusses the Bounce Coalition’s Mission to Help Children with Adverse Childhood Experiences
08/25/2020 8:53pm

Interview with Betty BJ Adkins, co-leader of the Bounce Coalition. The Bounce Coalition has been in 16 counties in Kentucky. They began in Jefferson County and recently expanded to South The post Healing Childhood Trauma: Betty BJ Adkins Discusses the Bounce Coalitions Mission to Help Children with Adverse Childhood Experiences appeared first on KET.

Louisville Cardinal
Louisville Cardinal

(502) 852-6728

Louisville, KY

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Why You Should Use Everlasting Comfort’s Diffuser Even While You’re Sleeping
07/13/2021 12:30pm

By Jacob Maslow-- Branded Content These days it may seem impossible to get to sleep. No matter how hard you work throughout the day, once you hit that pillow and your mind starts to race, falling asleep immediately becomes impossible. Whether you deal with insomnia or sleep anxiety, essential oils can help you maintain aThe post Why You Should Use Everlasting Comforts Diffuser Even While Youre Sleeping appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

U of L pushes #LsUpSleevesUp campaign
07/07/2021 4:00pm

By Madelin Shelton -- U of L has launched a summer social media campaign with the hashtag LsUpSleevesUp to help increase vaccination rates among the Cardinal community. The campaign is part of the universitys efforts to answer the White House and U.S. Department of Educations call for colleges and universities to help end the pandemicThe post U of L pushes LsUpSleevesUp campaign appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

President Bendapudi shares highlights from 2021-22 budget
06/30/2021 11:00am

By Eli Hughes-- University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi shared some high points from the recently approved 2021-22 budget on June 29. The budget was approved at the June 24 Board of Trustees meeting and projects an operating budget of $1.3 billion. Despite dealing with a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic that changed our university and our worldThe post President Bendapudi shares highlights from 2021-22 budget appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

BRIEF: U of L board approves plans for a hotel and urban Target near campus
06/25/2021 5:21pm

By Eli Hughes-- The University of Louisville Board of Trustees approved a letter of intent on June 24 to proceed with plans to construct a Marriott Hotel near campus. The property plans include up to 200 rooms, a conference center, an urban Target, a parking structure and a restaurant. This property will be placed betweenThe post BRIEF: U of L board approves plans for a hotel and urban Target near campus appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Pros and Cons of Attending College for Free
06/23/2021 11:00am

By Jacob Maslow--Branded Content At one time or another, everyone thinks about going to college. While the choice of education is entirely up to you, there is one thing that will always be a deciding factor, which is the cost. Despite there being many ways to pay for college, it can strain on your finances.The post Pros and Cons of Attending College for Free appeared first on The Louisville Cardinal.

Louisville Magazine
Louisville Magazine

(502) 625-0100

137 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40202   Directions

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The Courier Journal
The Courier Journal

(502) 582-4011

Louisville, KY

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'We won the gold': Nearly a half-century later, this 1972 USA captain refuses silver medal
07/23/2021 12:01pm

Due to a controversial finish against the Soviet Union, the 1972 U.S. basketball captain and his teammates have not accepted the silver medals.

Louisville cop in controversial 2018 traffic stop can't say why driver was pulled from car
07/24/2021 5:29am

In an interview with the Professional Standards Unit, Detective Gabriel Hellard said Tae-Ahn Leawas passively aggressiveand had an attitude.

The project no one can get done: A new bridge between Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky
07/22/2021 4:15am

The fiery accident that closed the Brent Spence Bridge resurfaced the decades-long discussion about how to build and pay for a new bridge.

When every Kentucky athlete is competing in 2021 Olympics: TV schedule, live stream info
07/22/2021 10:59am

Ronnie Baker, Brooke Forde, Jordan Nwora are among others to watch during Summer Olympics.

Get the extra scoop: The Courier Journal is launching a new high school sports newsletter
07/20/2021 2:49pm

When it comes to Kentucky high school sports, theres so much ground to cover that we want to do our part to give you more

WBKI-TV
WBKI-TV

(502) 584-6441

624 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40203   Directions

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WDRB
WDRB

(502) 584-6441

624 W Muhammad Ali Blvd
Louisville, KY 40203   Directions

Website

WHAS11 News
WHAS11 News

(502) 582-7711

520 W Chestnut
Louisville, KY 40202   Directions

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Are more officers patrolling the LMPD's Second Division?
07/23/2021 10:47pm

WHAS11 talked to neighbors in Shawnee to hear what theyve seen since LMPD promised a stronger presence in the area.

Parts of metal bleachers stolen from Lannan Park
07/23/2021 9:36pm

According to a post in the Portland Now, Inc. Facebook group, it is believed the items were stolen between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Sweet Peaches reopens in Russell neighborhood with help from Black entrepreneurship program
07/23/2021 5:43pm

Were going to keep it moving and were going to thrive. Im going to thrive. Im going to help the next person thrive, owner Pamela Haines said.

Rise in gun violence takes a toll on mental health of Louisville kids, teens
07/23/2021 5:27pm

Therapy is one way to work towards stopping violence. Another way could be using the citys ARP funds for more programming.

Masked bandit forces Louisville couple to return home from beach vacation
07/23/2021 5:21pm

A raccoon living in one familys attic flooded their home twice, forcing them to return from their long-awaited vacation.

WLKY
WLKY

(502) 893-3671

1918 Mellwood Ave
Louisville, KY 40206   Directions

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Tokyo Olympics Day 1: Here's what you need to know
07/24/2021 5:52am

The first day of the opening weekend for the Tokyo Olympic Games is starting to wrap up. It featured competitions in mens gymnastics, womens soccer, swimming, tennis and more.

US women win first Olympic 3-on-3 basketball game with First Lady Jill Biden in attendance
07/24/2021 5:22am

The U.S. beat France 17-10 as the 3-on-3 basketball tournament makes its debut at the Tokyo Olympics.

Ecuador wins men's road race for 1st cycling medal ever
07/24/2021 5:05am

Richard Carapaz rode away from American Brandon McNulty and 2021 Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar on his way to victory.

Novak Djokovic wins in opening round of Tokyo Games
07/24/2021 4:55am

Djokovics bid for a Golden Slam is alive and well.

Japan surges to gymnastics lead; Reigning champ Uchimura out
07/24/2021 4:55am

Uchimura was the 2012 and 2016 all-around gold medalist.

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