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Thu January 22, 2015
The Commonwealth

Wendell Ford, Former Ky Senator and Governor, Dies at 90


A man considered one of the most consequential Kentucky politicians of the 20th century is dead at the age of 90.

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Mon August 18, 2014
All Politics are Local

McConnell, Grimes Set to Appear Together on KET

Credit / Lexington Herald Leader

Senator Mitch McConnell has accepted an invitation to debate Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes on Kentucky Educational Television in October. 

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Thu February 27, 2014
The Commonwealth

Three Corvettes Could Be Out of BG Sinkhole by Wednesday

A sinkhole opened up and swallowed eight cars at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green on Feb. 12.
Credit Credit Abbey Oldham

Engineers expect to start pulling out Corvettes from a Bowling Green sinkhole next week.

Eight vintage versions of the car fell into the sinkhole that opened up two weeks ago beneath the National Corvette Museum. The construction company Scott, Murphy, and Daniel says the removal of the first three cars could begin next Monday, with the hopes of having those vehicles out of the sinkhole by Wednesday.

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Wed August 8, 2012
All Politics are Local

Paul Content, No Current Interest in Higher Office

Despite speculation of greater ambitions, U.S. Senator Rand Paul is likely to stay in his current position if Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is elected this fall.

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Fri June 3, 2011
The Commonwealth

Paul Wants Hearings into Terror Arrests

US Senator Rand Paul wants congressional hearing into immigration of terror suspects into Kentucky.
Photo by Joe Imel Daily News, Bowling Green

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., plans to ask for Senate hearings to find out how two Iraqi refugees living in Bowling Green and recently charged with terrorism were able to gain entry into the country. In a news conference today, Paul complimented the FBI for its “good work” in apprehending the two men. Alwan is accused of conspiring to kill U.S. nationals living abroad. Alwan and Hammadi are accused of attempting to provide material support to terrorists and to al-Qaida in Iraq.