President Biden says Hurricane Ian could end up being the deadliest storm in Florida's history; the Kentucky National Guard is sending resources to Florida in the wake of the hurricane; a Lexington gun store is being sued by two victims of a Fourth of July shooting in Illinois; and a Kentucky distillery that's a first of its kind.
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Ford is investing $700 million to expand operations in Louisville; speaking in Louisville, U.S. Sen. Krysten Sinema of Arizona says she disagrees with her fellow Democrats about easing the Senate's filibuster rules; how you can help Kentucky's foster care system; and the work one group is doing to support troops overseas.
The parole board makes its decision about Michael Carneal; FEMA is giving Kentucky flood victims more time to ask for relief; Kentucky educators discuss ways to combat learning loss following COVID-19; State Sen. C.B. Embry announce his resignation; and Kimberly Baird becomes the first black woman to ever serve as a Commonwealth's Attorney in Kentucky.
A fifth of Kentucky's childcare centers could be at risk of closure without additional help; Governor Beshear says there are signs COVID-19 is on the decline in Kentucky; and families of veterans will soon have a free place to stay while those veterans are in the hospital.
Parole decision delayed for man convicted in Kentucky school shooting; lawmakers discuss potential legislation that could open the door for scholarship money for students learning from home; an important landmark in Western Kentucky is getting millions of dollars in federal funding for improvements; and Kentucky's Teacher of the Year is announced.
Victims testify before a parole board regarding the fate of a man convicted in a deadly school shooting; how a shortage of large animal veterinarians could impact you and the food you eat; and a two-wheeled trend on a Kentucky college campus that many hope will take off.
Gov. Beshear gives update on FEMA's response to the flooding in Eastern Kentucky; the state gets nearly $70 million to build a network of electric vehicle charging stations; a professor breaks down how Hollywood gets certain professions really wrong; and a look back at the pack horse librarians of Appalachia.