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Mueller Report Release Will Likely Escalate Tensions Between Trump And Congress

The news world is ravenously awaiting the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian election interference. But Attorney General William Barr's two trips to the Capitol last week strongly suggest that the version of the report he releases will only whet the appetites of many in Congress and beyond for more information. That means the tension between President Trump and Congress is likely to escalate into a constitutional confrontation involving the competing authorities of...

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Murray, KY – The concept goes back literally hundreds of years, and is rooted in British higher education.

So-called "residential colleges" serve to integrate students on a university campus. They form a body of distinct social communities, and are led by faculty, but set up to allow student initiative. Murray State University's eight residential colleges have been operating since the mid-1990's.

Murray, KY – Maker's Mark CEO Bill Samuels, Jr., enjoys telling his family's history in the whiskey business, which pretty much parallels the history of the Commonwealth. He visits his old summer stomping grounds in Paducah Friday, August 19th, to regale guests with tales at a benefit Distiller's Dinner at the Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center for the Arts.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Samuels explain to Kate Lochte how his father succeeded in making a smoother, sweeter whiskey.

Murray, KY – A German sunroof maker now calls Murray home for part of its worldwide operations.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Gary Scott's update on what they'll be doing and when production will actually begin.

Murray, KY – One of the many challenges for workers who lose their jobs when companies move manufacturing overseas is deciding what to do next. For displaced workers in Mayfield and Murray, help was close at hand.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Bryan Bartlett's report on the job dilemma.

Murray, KY – Finding the right niche can mean success for small, local businesses trying to break into the global market. Two Murray companies started small and now sell around the world.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Gary Scott's report on Shane Lee and Sportable Scoreboards.

Murray, KY – Since the fall of 2001, the international student population at universities across America tapered off slightly. Those numbers are now on the upswing at Murray State.

Click the "Listen" icon above to hear Gary Scott's report on Institute of International Studies participants to find out why they left their homes to attend college in western Kentucky.

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CBD Uncertainty: Sales Soar, But Science Lags On Health Effects

Inside the Bluegrass Hemp Oil store in Lexington, Kentucky, the CBD oils and lotions lining the walls have an origin story -- a story of a family’s struggle.

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