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Mon April 2, 2012
Afternoon Roundup 4-2-2012
On NPR this afternoon: The Cutting Edge of Table Saws
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews are working on the remaining spans of the Eggner’s Ferry Bridge ahead of the arrival contractors to replace a collapsed portion of the bridge.
While Marshall County officials comb through petition signatures asking for a referendum to allow alcohol sales. Attendees of the county's annual Tater day festival had mixed emotions.
Confusion and last-minute lobbying have potentially derailed what some Kentucky lawmakers considered the hallmark of the current legislative session.
A federal judge has ruled that a former University of Louisville nursing student waived her free speech rights by signing an honor code and can't collect damages after being dismissed from school over a blog post.
Two blue-blood basketball teams take the court tonight for a shot at the NCAA title. Brenna Angel reports on what two seniors for Kansas and Kentucky have to say about the matchup.