WLKY presents 'Denny Crum: Louisville Legend'
WLKY presents 'Denny Crum: Louisville Legend'
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A group of Kentucky residents on Wednesday sued CSX, saying the railroad operator could have prevented a train derailment that spilled molten sulfur in remote eastern Kentucky on the eve of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday. The proposed class action lawsuit filed in Kentucky federal court claimed CSX's negligence, recklessness and failure to follow federal train regulations were to blame for the Nov. 22 crash, which involved 16 cars, including two carrying molten sulfur that spilled some of their load near Livingston, a town of approximately 200 people. The lawsuit said the derailment could have been avoided had CSX properly maintained equipment, including by more closely monitoring train wheel bearings the company has said overheated and caused the crash.
In this article, we will look into the 20 most fit countries in the world. If you want to skip our detailed analysis, you can go directly to the 5 Most Fit Countries in the World. According to the WHO, the worldwide prevalence of obesity and overweight tripled between 1975 and 2016. While some countries […]
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We all likely have realized the importance of saving money because you never know what will be thrown at you next. We can embrace many frugal habits to help us get better at saving money. The Frugal...
Gas prices tumbled over the past two weeks, according to GasBuddy, though filling up at the pumps will still set you back a hefty sum. "For the first time in two weeks, the nation's average price of...
The United Auto Workers union said on Wednesday it is launching a first-of-its-kind push to publicly organize the entire nonunion auto sector after winning new contracts with the Detroit Three automakers. The Detroit-based UAW said workers at 13 nonunion automakers were announcing simultaneous campaigns across the country to join the union, including at Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Rivian, Nissan, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Those automakers employ nearly 150,000 workers at their U.S. assembly plants, about the same number as those employed by the Detroit Three companies with which the UAW just signed new labor agreements, the union said.
Nato can outlast Russia in Ukraine, David Cameron told allies on Wednesday, saying its combined economic might was 30-times greater than Moscow’s.
"They deserved to be there," executive producer Stephen Lambert tells EW about the three players who will battle it out for the $4.56 million prize.
Drivers on a country road in Shangrao, China, were forced to be patient after hundreds of ducks blocked the road. But a dashcam video from earlier this year captured the bizarre moment when the ducks encircled one driver's car and began performing a curious dance.
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COLD LAKE - It may soon be easier for residents of Cold Lake to keep chickens in their backyards. City of Cold Lake council made a decision to pass the initial reading to amend the Hen-Keeping Bylaw on Nov. 14. Andrew Jabs, the manager of Land Use Planning, Development and Regulatory Services for the City of Cold Lake, shed some light on the amendment's purpose. "The intention of the amendment is to streamline the appeal process for the decisions made by the licensing authority to approve or ref
The Gunners can qualify for the knockout rounds if they win this evening
Thankfully, Walmart carries a host of women's gifts at prices that won't force you to completely deplete your savings account. Walmart is selling this women's sweater in a variety of colors for just $24.99. To be clear, this won't be the warmest winter jacket you'll find.
Galatasaray 3-3 Man Utd: Andre Onana’s howler saw United throw away a 3-1 lead in a must-win game
COLD LAKE - The Cold Lake Snowmobile Club has approached City of Cold Lake administration seeking a change to the designated snowmobile trail travelling across the northern area of the city. This request deals with recent changes to the landscape and infrastructure in the vicinity, prompting the club to propose a realignment of the trail to optimize the route through the city. The Cold Lake Snowmobile Club currently operates under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the City, allowing the c
A top official of Canadian miner First Quantum Minerals told a Scotiabank conference on Wednesday it is too early and likely too challenging to consider bringing a new partner into its flagship Panama project due to the situation in the country. The future of First Quantum's Cobre Panama mine, which accounts for about 1% of global copper output, has become uncertain after Panama president Laurentino Cortizo on Tuesday ordered the closure of the mine. The comments were made by First Quantum Minerals CFO Ryan MacWilliam at an annual mining conference organized by Scotiabank, according to a note prepared by the Canadian bank seen by Reuters.
EVs and their advanced electronics have 79% more problems than ICE vehicles, according to CR's eagerly anticipated annual survey.
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COLD LAKE – A report released by the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) has concluded that an officer’s actions were justified when he responded to a break-and-enter call in Cold Lake, which resulted in the officer discharging his firearm four times in the span of a few seconds. In the early hours of Jan. 11, 2020, a police response to a break-and-enter call at a commercial lot in Cold Lake spiralled into a tense sequence of events, becoming an officer-involved shooting. ASIRT has re