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President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are witnessing first hand the damage from deadly and devastating storms that have resulted in the worst flooding in Kentucky's history.
Temperatures are soaring in a region of eastern Kentucky where people are shoveling out the wreckage of massive flooding.
A cultural center known for chronicling Appalachian life is cleaning up and assessing its losses.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said as many as 37 people were still unaccounted for and the number of fatalities would likely rise.
More rainstorms are forecast in coming days as rescue crews struggle to get into the hard-hit areas, which include some of the poorest places in America.
Mudslides on steep slopes left many people marooned and without power, making rescues more difficult.
Heavy rains have caused flash flooding and mudslides as storms pound parts of central Appalachia. Gov. Andy Beshear says at least three people have died from flooding in Kentucky.
A judge cleared the way Thursday for abortions to resume in Kentucky, temporarily blocking the state's near-total ban on the procedure that was triggered by the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Abortion-rights groups have gone to court seeking to restore abortion services in Kentucky. Their lawsuits come a day after the Republican legislature imposed new abortion restrictions.
Gov. Andy Beshear issued the veto Friday. He raised doubts about the bill's constitutionality. And he criticized it for not including exceptions for pregnancies caused by rape or incest.
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