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Shelby County Schools use the solar eclipse as educational experience

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From the classrooms to outside in the stadium, eclipse-mania hit Shelby County High School in full swing. 

People from across the country amazed by total solar eclipse in Hopkinsville

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People from across the country flocked to Hopkinsville on Monday to see a total solar eclipse, and they didn't leave disappointed.

TSA to begin enrolling in pre-check program at SDF again

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 The TSA will once again allow travelers to enroll in its pre-check program at the Louisville International Airport.

Judge denies HIP request from man accused of burglarizing Louisville e-cigarette retailers Video included

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A judge says the man accused of breaking into several e-cigarette stores is a danger to the community. 

Louisville files lawsuit against nation's largest drug distributors over opioid epidemic

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Jefferson County Attorney Mike O'Connell knows all about the horrors of that epidemic -- not just as a city official, but as a dad.

Senate Majority Leader, Treasury Secretary tell Louisville business leaders tax reform and debt ceiling are top economic priorities Video included

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Sen. Mitch McConnell and Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin did not let President Donald Trump's latest controversies eclipse their message.

WATCH REPLAY: WDRB's Coverage of Total Solar Eclipse Video included

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Did you miss the Total Eclipse? You can still watch WDRB's Special Report from Hopkinsville.  

IMAGES | Eclipse-viewers take in the show at the Kentucky State Fair

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For those that didn't make the trek to Hopkinsville to see the total solar eclipse Monday, the WDRB News viewing part at the Kentucky State Fair drew quite a crowd.

METROSAFE: 6-year-old girl shot in the hand in Algonquin neighborhood Video included

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The child was taken to Norton Children's Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

Some finding spiritual meaning in Monday's solar eclipse Video included

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People will experience the eclipse in many different ways, and for some people, it will be a spiritual event. 

BOZICH | Monday Muse: Trusting the AP football poll; Archie Miller delivers; Loving Saban

Rick Bozich presents the weekly Monday Muse. Rick Bozich presents the weekly Monday Muse.
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The AP college football poll was released Monday. How accurate was the 2016 pre-season poll? Archie Miller flexes his recruiting muscle. Nick Saban is a gem. Monday Muse.

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin posts images of prayer walk in west Louisville

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On Monday morning, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin posted social media images of a prayer walk he and others conducted in Louisville's west end.

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb heading to Japan for trade mission

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He says the purpose is to strengthen relationships and encourage investment and trade.

Public encouraged to attend procession to honor fallen Columbus soldier

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Army Sergeant Jonathan Hunter, age 23, is one of two service members killed in a suicide bombing earlier this month in Afghanistan.

Heavy traffic reported on I-65 South approaching Hopkinsville

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If you're planning on traveling to Hopkinsville to view the Solar Eclipse today, be prepared for extra heavy traffic. 

Convicted killer Donovan Harris ordered to serve out life sentence Video included

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Last week, Harris, now 47 years old, met via video with two members of the parole board.

RAW VIDEO | North Carolina AMBER Alert suspect speaks out during Louisville court appearance Video included

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A North Carolina man arrested in Louisville after he allegedly abducted an 8-year-old girl spoke out in court Monday morning.

Trail of blood leads Jeffersonville police to shooting victim Video included

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Police in Jeffersonville are looking for a suspect after a man was shot several times at a party overnight. 

I-65 reopened after crash involving semi Video included

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The crash happened about 1:30 Monday morning on I-65 NB near Fern Valley Road.

10 missing, 5 injured after USS John S. McCain collides with merchant ship in Pacific

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American, Singaporean and Malaysian armed forces on Monday are searching for 10 U.S. sailors missing after an early-morning collision between a Navy destroyer and a tanker near Singapore.

Louisville's expanded smoking ban goes into effect Monday Video included

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The new restrictions going into place, and the two exemptions for the new law. 

SUNDAY EDITION | Violence on the rise as Louisville’s jail population spikes Video included

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“When there is a rise in the inmate population, then there is a rise in conflict,” said Steve Durham, a spokesman for Metro Corrections.  “We have too many inmates in a space not designed for it.”

UPDATE: Child abducted from North Carolina found safe in Louisville

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An 8-year-old girl is safe after an Amber Alert was issued for her Sunday in North Carolina, according to police.

Family remembers Manual High School student killed over his gym shoes 20 years later Video included

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Hammond was a sophomore playing on the varsity football team. 

Louisville Slugger Museum celebrates Monday's solar eclipse Video included

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Hundreds of people lined up outside the museum hours before opening Sunday, to get their hands on a special edition bat. 

Schools in eclipse's path seize on ready-made science lesson

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In towns and cities along the path of the solar eclipse, some school districts are seizing the opportunity for ready-made science lessons while others chose to take the day off.

Vatican official visits Ky. school ahead of solar eclipse

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A Catholic school in western Kentucky received a special visit from a Vatican official who is in town to view the solar eclipse.

Purdue University to expand alcohol sales at sporting events

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Purdue University is hoping to increase revenue and attendance at sporting events by selling alcohol.

Man arrested vandalizing Indianapolis Confederate monument

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Police have arrested a man who they say damaged a Confederate monument at an Indianapolis park with a hammer.

Trump to address nation Monday on Afghanistan

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The White House says Trump will speak to the country on Monday at 9 p.m. EDT from Fort Myer in Arlington, Virginia.

VIDEO | Kentucky State Police troopers enjoy ride at state fair Video included

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Sometimes police officers like to cut loose and have a good time just like everyone else.

WDRB News eclipse glasses are NASA-approved and safe for viewing Monday's solar eclipse Video included

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The glasses distributed at Heine Brothers locations throughout Louisville and southern Indiana and those given away at the the WDRB booth at the Kentucky State Fair this week are NASA-certified and 100 percent safe for viewing the solar eclipse Monday.

Louisville woman saves life while on vacation, encourages others to learn CPR Video included

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A Louisville woman helped save a life while on her Caribbean vacation. Emily McGrath used CPR to save a woman's life and now she's encouraging others to learn the life saving skill.

Indiana teen to be tried as adult after crashing car while high on opiates, killing 2 teen girls

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The crash happened July 12 in Clinton County.

Southeast Christian Church hosts first service at new Elizabethtown location

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The Elizabethtown location is Southeast Christian Church's sixth campus.

1 person dead after crash on I-71 North

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LMPD's Traffic Unit is investigating.

Louisville group now petitioning to get Castleman Statue removed Video included

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As rallies continue across the country over confederate-era statues a Louisville group went door to door Saturday trying get the Castleman statue in the Highlands removed. 

Officials: No Powerball winner in latest drawing leads to jackpot increase

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Powerball is played in 44 states as well as Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Hopkinsville makes final preparations before influx of eclipse-watchers

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With little more than 30,000 people for it’s total population, Hopkinsville is preparing for what is likely the largest influx of people the city has ever seen.

Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride comes to Louisville for the first time Video included

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The Soldier Ride is a multi-day bicycling event for wounded veterans.

Kentucky State Fair sees big crowds on what is expected to be the busiest day Video included

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Big crowds converged on the Kentucky State Fair Saturday on what was expected to be the busiest day.

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