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C1 3 we are entering the seventh hour of coverage on a developing story tonight in lexington.

Police are now using a bullhorn to talk to a man officers say has barricaded himself inside a home off rye lane.

Police say they responded to a medical call there this morning.

When they arrived...they saw guns inside the home.

That's when police say they left and got a warrant to search the home.

Officers say when they came back with that warrant..

The man had barricaded himself inside the home.

They also say the man is a convicted felon, but wouldn't tell us what he's convicted of.

This has some lexington streets off russel cave road closed.

Police are asking people to avoid the area.

Today, out-of-work blackjewel coal miners had questions answered about getting paid the money their now-bankrupt former company owes them.

They're also finding out more about their futures with the new company buying some of blackjewel's mines.

The miners chanted, "no pay, we stay" at the site where they've been protesting for days...blocking trains hauling blackjewel mined coal from leaving harlan county.

And, they say even though a bankruptcy judge okayed the sale of the two blackjewel mines in harlan county to 'kopper glo,' they're not leaving the railroad tracks until they get the money their owed.

They haven't been paid for the work they did since blackjewel filed for bankruptcy july first.

One of the miners attorney's, ned pillersdorf, talked to his clients at the protest site today and shared a conversation he had with an attorney for the company buying the harlan county mines.

"ned, we just spent 7-to-8 million.

We want our money back and the only way we're gonna get money back is we're gonna have to mine coal.

We're gonna hire as many of you guys back as they can is what he told me.

You know, where are they gonna open the mines?

I don't know.

When are they gonna open the mines?

I don't know.

How many are they gonna employ?

I don't know.

How soon are we getting the money?"

Pillersdorf doesn't know that either....so, still more questions than answers...but the miners are encouraged with the deveopments and pillersdorf says they'll keep fighting to get the miners the money they're owed.

The state's second largest school district...fayette county...begins a new school year in less than a week.

In addition to new clothes, backpacks and supplies...there's also talk of teacher shortages and school safety.

Superintendent manny caulk talked about that in his 'state of the schools address' on wednesday.

In fayette county - caulk says there's less than twenty positions to fill and they're already making offers.

Caulk also talked about school safety which is on a lot of peoples minds after the two recent mass shootings.

In nine months, the district hired an additional 24 police officers, totaling 58 in the county.

There are also more mental health professionals in the schools - the ratio was one for every 568 students...that has dropped to one for every 350 kids.

Those numbers made possible by a recent tax increase.

"we know that there's more work ahead and again the work is making sure that for every child, in every classroom, in every school is working up to their full potential and that's always the goal."

Caulk adds this year will have the most diverse group of students in fayette county public school history.

Weather animation short weather overview: isolated to scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible each day this week, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.

Drier weather and warm temperatures are expected for the weekend, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to around 90.

Widely scattered storms are possible early next week, with highs in the upper 80s to near 90.

Tonight: partly cloudy skies and mild conditions continue, with a low of 65 degrees.

Thursday: partly cloudy skies and a few thunderstorms will be possible, with a high of 89 degrees.

Thursday night: partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 68 degrees.

Friday: partly cloudy skies and scattered storms will be possible, with a high of 86 degrees.

Friday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 62 degrees.

Saturday: mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures continue, with a high of 87 degrees.

Saturday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures continue, with a low of 63 degrees.

Sunday: mostly sunny skies continue, with a few isolated thunderstorms, and high temperatures around 89 degrees.

Now to our solid blue report... no one can replace josh allen... but who can take his place as a playmaker on defense?

Bryan kennedy has the details on a transfer for next year... who could make a big difference.

As it stands now...the kentucky football team, xavier peters and solid blue fans are all playing the waiting game...to find out if peters will be cleared to play this season.

The ohio native only appeared in two games for florida state last season and then decided to transfer to kentucky several months ago.

Last week, peters submitted his paperwork trying to get a hardship waiver to play immediately.

Why did peters transfer?

Well...to be closer to his son.

The move from tallahassee to lexington has him about 600 miles closer to home.

So he can start teaching his son life lessons early on.

Later in sports, the 36 blitz rolls to check out the mercer county c1 3 titans.

That's all for now though.

Tom and v-j back to you.

Coming up later... mixed reactions to the presidents visits, today.

We'll tell you why protestors in both dayton and el paso are putting blame on president trump.

And you'll see the 36 blitz later in sports... along with some new games announced for u-k football.

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Totogegeerther w wcae can n stse ugdrug c cpaompaniniess c1 3 overview: isolated to scattered rain c1 3 showers and thunderstorms will be possible each day this week, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.

Drier weather and warm temperatures are expected for the weekend, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to around 90.

Widely scattered storms are possible early next week, with highs in the upper 80s to near 90.

Tonight: partly cloudy skies and mild conditions continue, with a low of 65 degrees.

Thursday: partly cloudy skies and a few thunderstorms will be possible, with a high of 89 degrees.

Thursday night: partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 68 degrees.

Friday: partly cloudy skies and scattered storms will be possible, with a high of 86 degrees.

Friday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 62 degrees.

Saturday: mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures continue, with a high of 87 degrees.

Saturday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures continue, with a low of 63 degrees.

Sunday: mostly sunny skies continue, with a few isolated thunderstorms, and high temperatures around 89 degrees.

Sunday night: mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 69 degrees.

Monday: partly cloudy skies and scattered storms develop, with a high of 90 degrees.

Monday night: mild temperatures continue, with a low of 68 degrees.

Tuesday: scattered storms will develop, with a high temperature of 88 degrees.

Tuesday night: mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures continue, with a low of 70 degrees.

Wednesday: mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible, with a high temperature of 87 degrees.

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C1 3 coming up next..

The gun control debate is raging.

We'll tell you why, despite growing calls, congress is unlikely to pass legislation anytime soon.

Now in our nation view... the pressure is on lawmakers to c1 3 some kind of gun control legislation... specifically, a red flag law.

It would stop people from buying guns if they've been deemed too dangerous... but as rachel scott reports... many think it doens't go far enough.

L3: nation view white pressure on lawmakers to pass gun control l3: nation view white gov.

Mike dewine (r) ohio l3: nation view white pressure on lawmakers to pass gun control l3: nation view white mayor nan whaley (d) dayton l3: nation view white pressure on lawmakers to pass gun control l3: nation view white sen.

Richard blumenthal (d) ct l3: nation view white pressure on lawmakers to pass gun control l3: nation view white sen.

Cory booker (d) presidential candidate l3: nation view white pressure on lawmakers to pass gun control l3: nation view white rachel scott abc news, washington in the wake of this weekend's deadly shootings in el paso and dayton - a sign of momentum - lawmakers on both sides calling for gun reform - one bill gaining bipartisan support -- would create a federal program to encourage states to adopt 'red flag' laws to take guns away from people who pose an imminent danger.

Ohio governor mike dewine backing that bill - as nine families in his state plan funerals for their loved ones who were killed.

Sot - dewine "we have to empower people to get help for people or family members who might be a danger to themselves and a danger to others."

But some don't believe that plan goes far enough?

Sot - mayor nan whaley, dayton: "i'm in favor of a ban on assault weapons."

In dayton, it took the gunman just 30 seconds to kill those 9 people.

Even as dewine calls on his fellow republicans to take action..

Democrats are keeping the pressure on - demanding the senate hold a vote on universal background checks.

This morning, president trump - agreeing more needs to be done - sot - trump: "i'm looking to do background checks."

The house has already passed two background check bills?

But the senate - so far has failed to act.

But the halls of congress are empty - lawmakers in an august recess.

Sot - blumenthal: "now is the time for action not to be away or time off.

Mitch mcconnell call us back to a special session to meet this national emergency and do it today because we need action."

As the 2020 election nears, the issue of gun violence taking center stage - senator cory booker stopping in yet another city ravaged by gun violence - taking his message to mother emanuel church in charleston - where a white supremist killed nine people in 2015 - sot - cory booker: " .

And we can act to legislate safety even if we cannot legislate love."

Tag: president trump said he doesn't believe there is a political appetite for banning assault rifles.

Republicans are at odds with just how far they should go - but one republican congressman mike turner, whose daughter escaped the shooting in ohio says he now backs a ban on military style weapons.

Rachel scott abc news washington the president visited two cities rocked by mass shootings today.

Up next..

Why reactions to his arrival were mixed.

The president visited dayton, ohio and el paso, c1 3 and was met by protestors and supporters.

But as whitney wild reports... people, and congress, are just as divided on the issue of gun control.

L3:none nation view white protestors and supporters turn out for trump dayton, ohio / el paso, texas l3:none nation view white cesar blanco (d) texas state representative view white mayor dee margo el paso, texas l3:none nation view white protestors and supporters turn out for trump dayton, ohio / el paso, texas president trump spent wednesday visiting two cities struck with grief and tragedy - in the wake of mass shootings over the weekend.

Pres donald trump: had an amazing day.

There were a lot of heroes, a lot of heroes who did amazing work.

In el paso, texas, the president visited a hospital and an emergency operations center to meet with law enforcement officials.

Pres donald trump: met with also the doctors, the nurses the medical staff.

They have done incredible job in both places.

Earlier in the day - the president met with local officials in dayton, ohio before making a stop at a hospital there to meet with medical personnel and some of those affected by last weekend's mass shootings.

On the ground - the president's visits were met with both supporters and protesters..

Cesar blanco/-d- texas state rep.

We still have police officers trying to get around, police officers working, and people trying to get to memorial this only boggs everything down.

Dee margo / mayor, el paso tx: i realize there's a lot of emotional pain and concern over his visit but i'm the mayor of all of el paso and i feel it's my duty, obligation, my fiduciary duty to meet with the president of it united states.

The president said wednesday -- that he is open to talking about some aspects of gun control legislation -- president donald trump: well, i'm looking to do background checks.

I think background checks are important.

But it's unclear if congress can reach a consensus.

The house passed two gun control bills but the senate hasn't voted on either one.

Now in our worldview... the manhunt for two murder suspects in remote british columbia is officially over.

As marci gonzalez reports... they were both found dead... police are still trying to figure out why.

L3: world view white canadian murder suspects found dead l3: world view white assistant commissioner jane maclatchy comanding officer, manitoba rcmp l3: world view white canadian murder suspects found dead l3: world view white marci gonzalez abc news a more than three week long manhunt -finally over?

Police in canada announcing - the two teenagers suspected in a murder spree - were found dead in a river?

Sot rcmp - the search is over we have the bodies.

Kam mcleod and bryer schmegelsky were accused of shooting american chynna deese and her boyfriend lucas fowler on the side of a highway on july 15?

Police say the childhood best friends - then traveled to another part of british columbia and murdered this college professor.

The three deaths sparking a massive manhunt?.

Surveillance cameras capturing the suspects at this store on july 21st roughly 2 - thousand miles away from the crime scenes.

Residents in the remote town of gilam manitoba then spotted the pair?

Swat teams went door to door searching for any sign of the teens?

Investigators finally foung a damaged boat - narrowing, the search area: police sot: on friday, august 2nd, that one critical piece of evidence was found - items directly linked to the suspects were located on the shoreline of the nelson river.

Dive teams spent the days since scouring that river?finally finding what investigators believe are the teens' remains.

Tag- police in canada say they are now awaiting the coronors report on how the teens died?and are still trying to figure out, the motive for the murders.

Mg abc news la coming up next... the latest on the eku football team.

Stay tuned to find out how they're building on their own success.

The football cats haven't even kicked off the 2019 season, but we already ?

Don't forget about our buy one, get one half off sale.

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Back to school at shoe carnival.

Big brands.

Big savings.

Big fun.

Boom!

You win.

C1 3 know who they are taking on in 2020.

The s-e-c releasing schedules for all the teams on wednesday.

Non-conference the cats will play eastern michigan, kent state, eastern illinois and of course louisville, but the game standing out is a trip to jordan hare stadium to take on the auburn tigers and war eagle on october third.

Kentucky linebacker josh paschal making a huge announcement on twitter today...posting this photo and announcing this was his final immunotherapy treatment for melanoma.

Paschal thanking everyone from his family, girlfriend to teammates as well as the doctors and nurses at the u-k markey cancer center.

Paschal was diagnosed with a malignant melanoma last summer...had surgery...rehabbed and returned to the field against middle tennessee state.

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Over the past few seasons..

There's been a steady build around the eku football progam.

The colonels..

Under mark elder..

Have put together three straight top 25 classes..

And last season..

They finished the season strong..

Winning their final four games.

Now..

With new offense installed..

Expectations are a lot higher in fact..

Elder believes this year's squad is his most talented one he's had in his four seasons at the helm.

If they play up to their expectations..

A trip to the playoffs could be in the cards for 2019.

Last season the mercer county titans had a 5 and 7 record...a c1 3 big reason?

Youth.

Things are different in 2019 and speaking of youth...sponsored by farmers national bank...the 36 blitz travels to harrodsburg where they are also making sure they reach back and bring young titans along through their annual youth camp.

The franklin county flyers won 10 games last season...that was more than previous two seasons combined.

C1 3 can they do it again?

I'd imagine having a quarterback return who three from nearly 28-hundred yards and 28 touchdowns will help.

The 36 blitz checks out the flyers thursday at 6.

Humorous, informative sports banter.

Final weather overview: isolated beshear: my granddad and great-granddad were baptist preachers from western kentucky.

Their faith guided them, just as it guides my work today their faith guided them, , and the left behind, the victims of rape, human trafficking, and child abuse, and families worried about losing their healthcare.

As governor, i'll treat all kentucky families and families worried about losing their healthcare.

With dignity and respect.

Those are the values britainy and i teach to our kids, with dignity and respect.

And those are the values i'll bring back to frankfort.

C1 3 be possible each day this week, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.

Drier weather and warm temperatures are expected for the weekend, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to around 90.

Widely scattered storms are possible early next week, with highs in the upper 80s to near 90.

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