Kentucky, U. S. Bank Arena, Assault discussed on America's Truckin' Network

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On and off ramps at U. S. twenty seven this in northern Kentucky I four seventy one south bound exit to those those be closed until Monday morning due to construction ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. job well this weekend looks bring very seasonal weather to the tri state all that means is the thermometer will rise into the upper eighties by this afternoon the humidity will be unbearable this weekend but it is prevalent resulting in feeling temperatures in the nineties at times fortunately rain chances are low this weekend but with the heat and humidity in play it'll be hard to rule out an isolated shower storm we should be a weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. greater showing a clear sky right now our temperature is sixty five degrees appearing in court for arraignment Friday a Kentucky man accused of assaulting a protester outside U. S. bank arena where president trump held a rally Thursday night entered a not guilty plea as he is charged with a misdemeanor assault twenty nine year old Dallas Frazier says he wasn't in town for the rally but he is seen in a cell phone video getting out of the passenger side of a pick up and punching the protesters several times in front of police officers the protester a sixty one year old man suffered facial injuries and broken glasses Frasier's bond was set at ten thousand dollars and he was ordered to have no contact with the victim Kentucky politics are taking center stage in graves county today during the one hundred thirty ninth annual fancy far picnic on the grounds of St Jerome Catholic Church in the town of fancy farm governor Matt Bevin state Attorney General into Bashir bitter political rivals who are facing off in the gubernatorial.

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