From the News Edge: American Pharoah, trained by Bob Baffert, wins the 141st Kentucky Derby ---- Large crowd gathers for veteran's rally ---- Kentucky A-T-T president talks about the future of telecommunications in western Kentucky ---- Kentucky Colonels celebrate the Derby ---- Cadiz merchants host Spring Fling ---- For these stories and more, be sure to visit our news pages.
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The 2015 Kentucky Derby favorite, American Pharoah, came from behind in the final stretch to win the 141st Run for the Roses before a record crowd of 170,513 ...Read More
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Among the buzz of activities at the Cadiz Spring Fling, was a serious ceremony to honor Armed Forces Veterans ...Read More
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More than 100 Kentucky Colonels helped kick off Derby Day activities in Hopkinsville ...Read More
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to close a section of KY 189/Oval Road in Christian County on Tuesday, May 5, near the three mile marker to allow the replacement of a large cross drain southeast of the Fearsville Community ...Read More
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The 141st Run for Roses will be later today at Churchill Downs in Louisville. This morning, Scott Brown previewed the Derby field on the Saturday Morning Sports Report and unveiled the Derby picks of the WKDZ/WHVO staff. 
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