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OPINION: Children will suffer if state walks away from Sunrise

The Commonwealth of Kentucky had existed only 77 years when Sunrise Children's Services was organized. A group of ladies at Walnut Street Baptist Church in Louisville recognized a need to care for orphaned children living on the streets. Their focus was on providing care for children in crisis and Sunrise Children's Services was born.

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Ky. and local governments will split settlement with opiod-makers

When a global settlement with opioid manufacturers and distributors is settled, Kentucky will allocate half of any proceeds to the state and the other half to local governments – and all of it must be spent to fight the opioid epidemic, under a new law. 

‘Hillbilly activist’ and healthcare pioneer Eula Hall dies at 93

Eula Hall, a self-described “hillbilly activist” and a healthcare pioneer in the eastern Kentucky mountains for decades, died Saturday morning. She was 93.
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What's next for the Blue Jackets in post-Torts era?

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Columbus Blue Jackets will take a deliberate approach to hiring a replacement for John Tortorella, who stamped his brand on the franchise over six seasons and carried …
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Indians bounce back from being no-hit again, smash Reds 9-2

CLEVELAND (AP) — Determined to put an embarrassing night of unwelcome history behind them, the Indians came out swinging Saturday night.

No, no, no, no: Reds' Miley throws season's 4th no-hitter

CLEVELAND (AP) — Wade Miley's 4-year-old son, Jeb, convinced him to put a temporary tattoo of the Hulk on his right forearm for his start against the Indians.
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Braver Angels works to promote understanding among those with different views

Steve Weaver, pastor at Farmdale Baptist Church, has a unique view on issues dividing America. In addition to being the pastor of Farmdale Baptist Church, Weaver is the state minister of Kentucky with Capitol Commission.

Church starting to ‘look more like heaven’

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) - Hurstbourne Baptist Church looked a little different last Sunday morning as hundreds stayed after the service to greet the newest members: six families from the Congo. Despite cultural and language differences, greetings were exchanged and the church celebrated.
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California's governor: Rebates of up to $1,100 per household

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Millions of poor and middle-class Californians would get tax rebates of up to $1,100 under a proposal unveiled Monday by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, as part of a …
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'X Gon' Give It to Ya': New DMX album out on May 28

NEW YORK (AP) — A new album from DMX will be released later this month. DMX's longtime producer and collaborator, Grammy winner Swizz Beatz, announced on Monday that “EXODUS" will feature …

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