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Michael Weakens After Historic Slam Into Florida Panhandle

Updated at 5:30 a.m. ET Thursday Tropical Storm Michael is weakening as it churns across south-central Georgia. On Wednesday, Michael was the strongest hurricane to make landfall in the continental U.S. in more than a quarter-century, according to the National Hurricane Center . At least one person has died from complications related to the storm. Gadsden County, Fla., Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Anglie Hightower told NPR the man was killed after a tree fell through the roof of his home. In...

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In the 19th century, Charles Darwin presented a theory of evolution that is still widely accepted and taught today. Natural selection and "survival of the fittest" categorizes species into 'weak' and 'strong' groups, with the latter carrying over into following generations and the former dying out. Michael Bordieri, professor of psychology at Murray State University, visits Sounds Good to discuss a new evolutionary theory that promotes collaboration and harmony between all 'strength' levels of species.

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A statewide program that provides home visits to new and expectant parents received $7.5 million from the federal government, the Cabinet for Health and Family Services announced on Friday.

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Health officials are urging the community to get a hepatitis A vaccine.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court was like an "adrenaline shot" for Republican candidates in a midterm election cycle that has been characterized by sluggishness among their base of voters.

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New data shows Kentucky is seeing an increase in counties that have more workers than available jobs. 

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A Colorado criminology professor says sexual misconduct on a college campus is not limited to male perpetrators.  

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State lawmakers in Kentucky recently discussed what's next for the Tennessee Valley Authority's in-lieu-of tax, which began passing a proposed state budget through legislature in March

Brett Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court justice. That much is certain after senators narrowly approved his controversial nomination Saturday, putting an end to his bitter confirmation battle with a slim vote in his favor.

But even as one phase of Kavanaugh's story ends, another is beginning: His lifetime tenure on the highest court in the U.S. And this story promises to last much longer.

Some of the world's top climate scientists have concluded that global warming is likely to reach dangerous levels unless new technologies are developed to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says pledges from the world's governments to reduce greenhouse gases, made in Paris in 2015, aren't enough to keep global warming from rising more than 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees F) above pre-industrial temperatures.

The new trade deal with Canada and Mexico has been warmly welcomed by farmers, manufacturers and business groups across the country, but not always for the reasons President Trump anticipated.

While the president has touted improvements and changes as compared to North American Free Trade Agreement, many people are focusing on what didn't change and expressing relief that there's a deal at all.

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Driving While Recovering: For Some Fighting Addiction, A Roadblock On The Path To Sobriety

After decades of addiction to heroin and prescription opioids, Wendy Crites finally made a clean break. “For the first time in my life I just wanted to be off of it,” she said from her home in Ranson, West Virginia. “I hit rock bottom.”

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