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The Rundown: Raw sewage, a missing JCPS student and a tragic death in Hopkinsville

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Onuaku suspended for Thursday's game after flap with Barea

Chinanu Onuaku, during Wednesday night’s postgame handshake after U of L’s 96-62 loss to Puerto Rico, gave Puerto Rico star J.J. Barea a shove instead of a handshake. You can watch the raw video of the encounter here.

JCPS investigating after autistic student took wrong bus and was lost until 1 a.m.

JCPS officials are investigating how a 16-year-old autistic student ended up on the wrong school bus Thursday afternoon and was missing until around 1 a.m. Friday. Sixteen-year-old Kyle Lein's family reported him missing after he never made it home from the Phoenix School of Discovery. The school dismissed around 2:20 p.m. Thursday.

INVESTIGATION: Toxic sewage pours into Bullitt County water for more than a year

The sleepy town of Hunters Hollow is usually quiet and calm, but these days its residents are in danger and the mayor is angry. Why? Because a pool of hazardous, toxic waste that’s been flowing into fresh water for more than 500 days now. We combed through 400 pages of documents to find out who is responsible.

Hopkinsville teen killed in freak accident at football practice

A 17-year-old was tragically killed by a piece of football equipment at a middle school practice in Hopkinsville, Ky. Hopkinsville Police say Jayvon Corey Quarles was helping move a large, heavy piece of football equipment at the Hopkinsville Middle School practice field,  when it fell and hit him in the head.

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