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'The Carmichael Show' returns, tackles more hot topics

Cast members of the NBC summer replacement series "The Carmichael Show" are seated on one side of a long table that has been placed in front of a temporary set that looks like a fast food restaurant. Normally, the conversations that take place between the various generations of the family unfold in the living room. The location is different but the willingness to tackle sensitive topics is the same.

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New laws bringing record-breaking investment to Kentucky, Bevin says

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin attributes record-breaking business investment in the state to a new law that prohibits unions from requiring employees to pay dues in a unionized workplace. While speaking at the Capitol on May 26, 2017, he derides a lawsuit filed this week that challenges the constitutionality of the law.
Daniel Desrochers ddesrochers@herald-leader.com
New laws bringing record-breaking investment to Kentucky, Bevin says 1:16

New laws bringing record-breaking investment to Kentucky, Bevin says

From owning an orchard to swimming with sharks 1:37

From owning an orchard to swimming with sharks

Mother Daughter team up to run lavender farm 1:28

Mother Daughter team up to run lavender farm

Tour the Marksbury Farm processing and retail plant 1:57

Tour the Marksbury Farm processing and retail plant