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Judge Seeks Input From AG On Same-Sex Court Issue

LOUISVILLE (AP) - A Kentucky judge is seeking input from the state attorney general's office before deciding whether a law exempting spouses from testifying against each other applies to two women in a civil union from Vermont. Full story

Board Approves Churchill Grandstand Expansion

LOUISVILLE (AP) - Churchill Downs will add nearly 2,400 grandstand seats that include a rooftop VIP lounge area as part of a $14.5 million project unveiled Tuesday, the latest leg in a series of expansions to maximize revenue from the Kentucky Derby. Full story

UK Football Single-Game Ticket Sales Information Announced

Single-game tickets for the upcoming 2013 University of Kentucky football season are on sale now for season-ticket holders and will go on sale to the general public beginning Wednesday, Aug. 7 at 9 a.m. ET, it was announced Thursday. Full story

Newcomer Bevin, McConnell engage in war of words

A Louisville businessman has announced his intentions to enter the Republican primary for the United States Senate. Full story

Kentucky's New Science Standards Draw Heated Debate

FRANKFORT (AP) - Supporters of Kentucky's new science education standards said the changes are needed to keep pace with other states and prepare students for college and careers. Opponents countered that the standards are "fascist" and "atheistic." Full story

Tea party opponent signals he'll take on McConnell

A tea party challenger signaled on Monday that he intends to take on Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell in next year's GOP primary in Kentucky. Full story

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  Made in the USA: 11 fun items produced in America

In honor of Independence Day, Clint Carter of Men’s Health magazine shares some items for your closet, your yard and your kid that all support companies that have made a commitment to make products in the United States.

  Plane crashes onto Kentucky golf course

Four men were taken to the hospital after a plane crash in Louisville. NBCNews.com's Alex Witt reports.

  Quest for the best Kentucky Derby hat

Fashion designer June Ambrose takes a look at three over-the-top Kentucky Derby hats submitted by TODAY viewers and chooses which deserves the title of “TODAY’s best.”

  Kentucky hops with 2013 Rabbit Show

Thousands of rabbits were on display in Louisville for the 2013 Kentucky Cup Rabbit Show. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Underground blasts sends manhole covers flying

A series of electrical blasts send manhole covers flying into the air in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. WAVE’s Scott Adkins reports.

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