White House freezes new regulations

The White House is putting a freeze on any new regulations and halting ones that former President Barack Obama's administration started.


Today will be mostly dry and unseasonably mild. Temperatures will climb into the mid to upper 60s this afternoon under mostly cloudy skies.


As of 11 a.m. Saturday, 275,000 people had taken trips on the city's subway system.


Victims say they received an automated call from Cumberland Valley National Bank advising that their credit card had been locked. The phone call came from 844-201-8954.



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University of Louisville board appoints new interim school president


HCTC awarded $1.5 million grant


Trump tells agencies to ease health care burden


Trooper bridging gap between police, public through social media


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Kentuckians watch President Trump's inauguration


Two wanted in Letcher County drug case


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Texas court hearing case to limit gay marriage legalization


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Corbin schools closed Friday for widespread illness


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