State Police looking for escaped inmate
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State Police looking for escaped inmate

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- State Police are looking for an escaped inmate from Marshall County. Deputies say 27-year-old Justin Goad from Paducah escaped Sunday afternoon. He is 5 foot 9, 145 pounds, with red hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a gray sweatshirt and sweatpants with dark colored shoes. Troopers say Goad was serving time […]
Laurel County teens behind bars
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Laurel County teens behind bars

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- Four young people in Laurel County, including a 17-year-old, are behind bars after a traffic stop. According to the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office, deputies pulled a car over west of London. They found a lot of $20 bills, plus marijuana, and a gun. The Sheriff’s Office says everyone in the car […]
Scam alert
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Scam alert

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department is warning people not to give money to what seems to be a church fundraiser. According to the Sheriff’s Department, young men have been knocking on doors telling people they’re raising money for the Living Water Church. The Living Water Church says it is not holding […]
Illness causes more school cancellations
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Illness causes more school cancellations

PERRY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- Illness continues to keep students away from school around the commonwealth. The Perry County Superintendent has made the call to cancel school for all county schools for a whole week from Monday, February 27th through Friday, March 3rd due to high numbers of illness. A handful of other schools have also called off. […]
Ohio man in custody after fatal shooting
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Ohio man in custody after fatal shooting

OHIO, (WTVQ)- Police say a man who shot and killed two people and injured three others in Ohio is now in custody. According to a local sheriff, the shooting happened outside a private home Saturday afternoon. The sheriff says it started as a physical fight in the front yard, but it escalated into a shootout. […]
Madison County girl found safe
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Madison County girl found safe

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ)-  The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post has confirmed that a missing Madison County girl has been found safe. Mikayla R. Wolney, 16 years old of Berea was located Saturday afternoon in Indiana and is being transported back to Kentucky. Investigators say she never came home after school Friday and had last been […]
Missing Nicholas County teen found
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Missing Nicholas County teen found

NICHOLAS COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)-  A missing Nicholas County teen was found around midnight Saturday. Nicholas County Deputies were looking for 18 year-old Levi Hostetler who allegedly walked away from a home on Sugar Creek Road around 1 PM Friday. Search teams were out Friday night looking for Hostetler until weather postponed the search.
Hamilton, Ohio man missing
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Hamilton, Ohio man missing

HAMILTON, OH. (WTVQ)- The Hamilton Police Department is requesting help in locating a missing man. 66 year-old Gregory Hacker Sr. went missing from his home on Benninghoffen Ave. on February 15, 2017. According to the Hamilton Police Department, Hacker spoke to relatives in Manchester, KY and told them he was on his way to visit them. […]
Protesters again greet McConnell appearance at home
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Protesters again greet McConnell appearance at home

About 200 protesters have gathered near a Louisville conference center where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Republicans are celebrating last year's GOP election victories.
KSP: Oklahoma man arrested in Kentucky on drug trafficking charges
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KSP: Oklahoma man arrested in Kentucky on drug trafficking charges

KUTTAWA, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentucky State Police say a traffic stop on I-24 ended with the arrest of an Oklahoma man on drug trafficking charges. Officers say they stopped a 2017 Chrysler 300 traveling west on the interstate at about 10:50 a.m. on Friday.  During the stop, police say they observed several signs of criminal […]
Gov. Bevin: “Kentucky Saves Week” starts Feb. 24
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Gov. Bevin: “Kentucky Saves Week” starts Feb. 24

Gov. Matt Bevin has issued a proclamation declaring the week of Feb. 24 through March 4, 2017, as Kentucky Saves Week.
No arrests yet after shooting in Carter Co. leaves 1 in critical condition
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No arrests yet after shooting in Carter Co. leaves 1 in critical condition

Kentucky State Police say a man that was shot multiple times with a shotgun drove himself to a gas station to report the incident before being flown to a hospital in critical condition.
1 arrested after fatal stabbing of Louisville father
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1 arrested after fatal stabbing of Louisville father

A 22-year-old man has been arrested following a stabbing last weekend that killed a Louisville father of three.
Senate OKs bill to help job seekers with criminal records
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Senate OKs bill to help job seekers with criminal records

The Kentucky Senate has approved a bill aimed at making it easier for people with criminal records to get a job.
House approves bill to cap attorneys’ fees in state cases
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House approves bill to cap attorneys’ fees in state cases

The House of Representatives has approved a bill that would limit how much outside attorneys can be paid while representing the state in complex lawsuits.
Spokane-based PAML sold to industry giant LabCorp
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Spokane-based PAML sold to industry giant LabCorp

The Spokane-based medical testing laboratory PAML has been sold to industry giant LabCorp.
Dems tap former Kentucky governor to counter Trump speech
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Dems tap former Kentucky governor to counter Trump speech

Democrats have tapped former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear to deliver the party's response to President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night.
Bill would require schools to buy portable defibrillators
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Bill would require schools to buy portable defibrillators

Kentucky's public schools would have to purchase portable defibrillators under a bill that has passed the state House of Representatives.
House votes to permanently increase police incentive pay
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House votes to permanently increase police incentive pay

The Kentucky House of Representatives has approved a bill that would permanently increase annual incentive pay for police officers.
Beshear: More tips coming in on Elder Abuse Tip Line
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Beshear: More tips coming in on Elder Abuse Tip Line

Attorney General Andy Beshear says the state's Elder Abuse Tip Line is getting more tips now that calls are being answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
High-tech greenhouse to employ 140 in Pikeville
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High-tech greenhouse to employ 140 in Pikeville

Cherry tomatoes and bell peppers are among the crops planned for a 2 million-square-foot greenhouse announced for Pikeville.
House passes bill to create elective Bible literacy courses
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House passes bill to create elective Bible literacy courses

The Kentucky House has passed legislation aimed at creating elective Bible literacy courses in public schools.
Elder abuse calls increase with tip line monitored around the clock
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Elder abuse calls increase with tip line monitored around the clock

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Since taking the state’s Elder Abuse Tip Line 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the Attorney General’s Medicaid and Abuse Office has seen an increase in calls from Kentuckians needing to report abuse, neglect or exploitation of a patient or resident in a state care facility. Nearly a year […]
Bill would split local government pension funds from KRS
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Bill would split local government pension funds from KRS

Local government pension funds would break away from the Kentucky Retirement Systems under a bill headed to the Kentucky Senate after winning committee approval.
House passes bill to back VA nursing home in Bowling Green
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House passes bill to back VA nursing home in Bowling Green

The Kentucky House has offered a boost for efforts to build a veterans nursing home in Bowling Green by passing a bill to authorize $10.5 million in bonds for the project.
Bill would set guidelines for removing college board members
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Bill would set guidelines for removing college board members

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill to set guidelines for the governor to follow in removing board members at public universities.
New director of environmental education council named
3 days ago
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New director of environmental education council named

Billy Bennett has been named the executive director of the Kentucky Environmental Education Council.
Committee OKs bill making it easier for felons to get jobs
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Committee OKs bill making it easier for felons to get jobs

A Senate committee has advanced legislation aimed at making it easier for Kentuckians with criminal records to land jobs in an effort to reduce the state's prison population.
Hundreds protest McConnell at northern Kentucky appearance
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Hundreds protest McConnell at northern Kentucky appearance

Hundreds of people have packed a closed city street outside a fancy hotel in northern Kentucky to protest Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's speech to a local chamber of commerce.
Eastern Ky. coal mines sold to Georgia company
3 days ago
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Eastern Ky. coal mines sold to Georgia company

Coal producer Alpha Natural Resources has sold its mining assets in Harlan County, Kentucky, to a Georgia company that plans to reopen the idled mines.
Mitch McConnell interrupted as Trump protests continue
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Mitch McConnell interrupted as Trump protests continue

Two protesters interrupted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's speech before a suit-and-tie crowd at a local chamber of commerce luncheon to demand he speak with them.
Bevin pays property taxes, penalties on Louisville home
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Bevin pays property taxes, penalties on Louisville home

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and his wife, Glenna, have paid their property taxes and nearly $2,000 in penalties for paying the bill late.
Bill would make colleges compete for state funding
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Bill would make colleges compete for state funding

Kentucky's public colleges and universities would have to compete with each other for shrinking state tax dollars under a bill that has cleared the state Senate.
McConnell faces questions about replacing health care law
4 days ago
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McConnell faces questions about replacing health care law

Hundreds of chanting protesters gathered outside a Louisville-area hotel where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell heard from people defending the Affordable Care Act, including a businessman who credits it with helping him offer health insurance to his employees.
AG: Multiple counties report Facebook “customer service” scam
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AG: Multiple counties report Facebook “customer service” scam

Attorney General Beshear is warning Kentuckians that a popular web search could result in them becoming a victim of a scam.
McConnell faces questions about replacing health care law
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McConnell faces questions about replacing health care law

Hundreds of chanting protesters gathered outside a Louisville-area hotel where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell heard from people defending the Affordable Care Act, including a businessman who credits it with helping him offer health insurance to his employees.
Bill seeks exemptions to new abortion laws
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Bill seeks exemptions to new abortion laws

Legislation filed by Senator Denise Harper Angel, D-Louisville, seeks to provide exemptions to new state abortion laws.
Bill would limit first-offense DUI convictions
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Bill would limit first-offense DUI convictions

A bill moving through the state legislature would restrict people to just one first-offense DUI conviction in a lifetime.
Bill would set guidelines for removing college board members
5 days ago
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Bill would set guidelines for removing college board members

A state Senate committee has approved a bill that clarifies when and how the governor can remove board members for public colleges and universities.
Auburn Amish dismiss lawsuit over animal ordinance
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Auburn Amish dismiss lawsuit over animal ordinance

Two Amish men from Auburn who sued the city's mayor and police chief over an ordinance requiring horses to wear excrement-catching bags within Auburn city limits have voluntarily dismissed their federal lawsuit.
Statewide tornado drill scheduled for Feb. 28
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Statewide tornado drill scheduled for Feb. 28

Just ahead of Severe Weather Awareness Week, running from march 1st through the 7th, a statewide tornado drill will be held on Tuesday, February 28.
Kentucky ark attraction adding biblical truth exhibit
5 days ago
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Kentucky ark attraction adding biblical truth exhibit

Kentucky's massive biblical attraction the Ark Encounter is opening a new exhibit that promotes the message of the Bible.
2 dead, 2 injured in eastern Kentucky house fire
5 days ago
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2 dead, 2 injured in eastern Kentucky house fire

Officials say two women have died and two adults were injured in an early morning house fire in eastern Kentucky.
Miss Kentucky USA runner-up pleads not guilty to bed fire
5 days ago
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Miss Kentucky USA runner-up pleads not guilty to bed fire

Miss Kentucky USA runner-up has pleaded not guilty to an arson charge, accused of setting her roommate's bed on fire at an apartment complex near the University of Louisville.
Sec’y Grimes: Nearly 60% turnout in Kentucky for presidential election
6 days ago
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Sec’y Grimes: Nearly 60% turnout in Kentucky for presidential election

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes confirmed Tuesday nearly 60 percent of Kentucky voters cast ballots in last November's presidential election. The State Board of Elections recently finalized voter credit for the cycle.
Woman arrested in slaying of Fort Campbell veteran
6 days ago
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Woman arrested in slaying of Fort Campbell veteran

A Clarksville woman has been arrested in the slaying of an Army veteran whose body was found in a wooded area of Middle Tennessee in 2015.
Brown-Forman hires whisky maker for Scotch whisky segment
6 days ago
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Brown-Forman hires whisky maker for Scotch whisky segment

Brown-Forman Corp. has hired a whisky maker for its single malt Scotch whisky business that the Kentucky-based company acquired last year.
City to launch audit of Louisville jail over inmate releases
6 days ago
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City to launch audit of Louisville jail over inmate releases

The city is launching a review to determine how often inmates are improperly released from Louisville Metro Corrections.
State police taking applications for summer youth camp
6 days ago
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State police taking applications for summer youth camp

Kentucky State Police officials are taking applications for children to attend a free summer camp.
Cincinnati Zoo’s premature baby hippo gets lifesaving IV
6 days ago
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Cincinnati Zoo’s premature baby hippo gets lifesaving IV

The Cincinnati Zoo says its premature baby hippo is recovering from dehydration with the help of staff from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Illness shuts down Martin Co. Schools for remainder of week
7 days ago
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Illness shuts down Martin Co. Schools for remainder of week

Martin County Schools has announced that due to widespread sickness in the county, along with poor attendance, they will not have classes for the rest of the week.
UofL leader pledges belt-tightening to deal with shortfall
7 days ago
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UofL leader pledges belt-tightening to deal with shortfall

The University of Louisville's interim president is pledging drastic belt-tightening steps to deal with a $48 million budget shortfall at the school.
AG investigator named Officer of the Year
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AG investigator named Officer of the Year

An investigator in the Attorney General's Office has been named the Appalachia HIDTA (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area) Task Force Officer of the Year for 2016.
Doctor-lawmaker tries to restrict smoking in tobacco country
7 days ago
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Doctor-lawmaker tries to restrict smoking in tobacco country

A medical doctor in the Kentucky Senate is leading the effort to restrict smoking in Kentucky, a state that leads the country in smoking rates.
Ferry closing for maintenance to boat engines
7 days ago
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Ferry closing for maintenance to boat engines

The Dorena-Hickman Ferry in western Kentucky is shutting down temporarily beginning Monday.
70-year-old Kentucky man found dead in burned home
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70-year-old Kentucky man found dead in burned home

Kentucky State Police say a 70-year-old southeastern Kentucky man has been found dead inside a home that burned.
Family offers $100K reward in case of slain Kentucky couple
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Family offers $100K reward in case of slain Kentucky couple

Relatives of a couple killed in western Kentucky more than a year ago are offering $100,000 to help solve the case.
Committee chairman introduces charter schools legislation
1 week ago
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Committee chairman introduces charter schools legislation

A key committee chairman has introduced legislation that would allow charter schools to open in Kentucky.
UPDATE: Reward offered for info on 2015 Christian Co. triple murder
1 week ago
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UPDATE: Reward offered for info on 2015 Christian Co. triple murder

Family members of Calvin and Pamela Phillips, killed back in November of 2015, are now offering a $100,000 dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
Ring lost in KY decades ago headed back to Washington owner
1 week ago
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Ring lost in KY decades ago headed back to Washington owner

A ring lost more than three decades ago in Kentucky is headed back to its owner in Washington state.
Pension system’s woes could be worse than previously thought
1 week ago
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Pension system’s woes could be worse than previously thought

Kentucky's public pension system, which officially faces an $18.1 billion unfunded liability, might be in worse shape than previously thought.
Unknown Hopkinsville shooter fires gun at car with children inside
1 week ago
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Unknown Hopkinsville shooter fires gun at car with children inside

Police in Christian County say someone shot up a car with a woman and children inside.
Senate approves stricter standards to get disabled parking decals
1 week ago
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Senate approves stricter standards to get disabled parking decals

Disabled parking placards have proliferated across Kentucky, and a state lawmaker says it's time to crack down on abuses in issuing the decals.
Junior Bridgeman resigns from University of Louisville board of trustees
1 week ago
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Junior Bridgeman resigns from University of Louisville board of trustees

Former University of Louisville basketball star Junior Bridgeman has resigned from the university's board of trustees, saying he wants to focus on business.
Permanent ‘American Pharoah’ exhibit now open at Derby Museum
1 week ago
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Permanent ‘American Pharoah’ exhibit now open at Derby Museum

A permanent 'American Pharoah' exhibit is now open at the Kentucky Derby Museum.
Nelson Co. man charged with child sexual exploitation offenses
1 week ago
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Nelson Co. man charged with child sexual exploitation offenses

Kentucky State Police with the Electronic Crime Branch say they arrested 45-year-old Robert M. McIntosh on Wednesday, as the result of an undercover Internet Crimes Against Children investigation.
$758K in grants for 20 LWCF projects in Kentucky
2 weeks ago
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$758K in grants for 20 LWCF projects in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – On Thursday, Gov. Matt Bevin and the Department for Local Government (DLG) announced the selection of 20 Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants for total funding up to $758,000. The grants assist in maintaining and developing Kentucky state parks and park facilities. LCWF is funded by the National Park Service […]
Bill would standardize Bible classes in Kentucky public schools
2 weeks ago
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Bill would standardize Bible classes in Kentucky public schools

Kentucky's public schools would have to offer a course about Bible history and require students to pass a civics test before graduating under a pair of proposals that are advancing in the state Senate.
Official: Louisville EMS got 151 overdose calls in 4 days
2 weeks ago
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Official: Louisville EMS got 151 overdose calls in 4 days

Louisville emergency crews have seen a rise in the number of calls related to drug overdoses.
Disabled teen dies from bedsore infection, 3 charged
2 weeks ago
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Disabled teen dies from bedsore infection, 3 charged

A Kentucky prosecutor says the mother and grandparents of a disabled teenager have been charged with manslaughter after he died from an infection caused by open bedsores.
Officials: Jailer arrested after fight with sheriff’s deputy
2 weeks ago
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Officials: Jailer arrested after fight with sheriff’s deputy

A Hardin County jailer has been arrested after a fight with a sheriff's deputy.
Bill targets past funding source for Planned Parenthood
2 weeks ago
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Bill targets past funding source for Planned Parenthood

Kentucky lawmakers are targeting Planned Parenthood by renewing their push for legislation to put the organization at the end of the line for family planning funds.
Kentuckiana Post Offices host passport fairs
2 weeks ago
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Kentuckiana Post Offices host passport fairs

Post offices across the state are urging residents to avoid the summer rush and apply for your passport at several Post Office locations across Kentuckiana this Saturday.
Bill would double campaign contribution limits in Kentucky
2 weeks ago
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Bill would double campaign contribution limits in Kentucky

The Republican-controlled state Senate has voted to double how much money people can donate to political campaigns.
House GOP, Beshear clash over attorney’s fees
2 weeks ago
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House GOP, Beshear clash over attorney’s fees

Republican lawmakers want to limit how much money outside attorneys hired by the state can earn in complex cases, a move Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear says would have the state sending rookies to battle against the pros.
House panel advances bill to combat drug addiction
2 weeks ago
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House panel advances bill to combat drug addiction

A House committee has advanced a bill to combat Kentucky's drug-addiction problems by taking aim at drug dealers and the overprescribing of painkillers.
Kentucky Senate approves tobacco ban at public schools
2 weeks ago
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Kentucky Senate approves tobacco ban at public schools

The Kentucky Senate has approved a bill that would ban all tobacco products at public schools and at school-sponsored activities.
KSP announces new unit dedicated to officer-involved shooting investigations
2 weeks ago
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KSP announces new unit dedicated to officer-involved shooting investigations

State police have formed a new unit that will be specifically dedicated to officer-involved shooting investigations.
Smoking cessation bill passes Senate
2 weeks ago
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Smoking cessation bill passes Senate

On Thursday, Senate Bill 89, which provides a comprehensive smoking cessation benefit for all Kentuckians, passed favorably in the Senate House and Welfare Committee
House panel OKs bill to allow sale of vintage whiskeys
2 weeks ago
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House panel OKs bill to allow sale of vintage whiskeys

A bill that would allow vintage bottles of whiskey to be put back into circulation in the world's bourbon capital has cleared a Kentucky House committee.
KY Div. of Forestry: Spring Forest Fire Season opens
2 weeks ago
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KY Div. of Forestry: Spring Forest Fire Season opens

The Spring Forest Fire Season, which begins today and lasts until April 30, is in effect in every Kentucky county.
KY AG: No evidence of voter fraud in presidential election
2 weeks ago
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KY AG: No evidence of voter fraud in presidential election

The Attorney General released a statement on Thursday, saying that there is no evidence of voter fraud in the state related to the 2016 presidential election.
Kentucky 2016 exports break record
2 weeks ago
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Kentucky 2016 exports break record

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentucky’s exports broke an all-time record in 2016 with $29.24 billion in goods and services shipped abroad from the Commonwealth, a 5.8-percent increase from 2015. Aerospace products and parts led all categories with more than $10.85 billion in goods exported internationally, an increase of more than 24 percent over 2015. Kentucky […]
State audit ordered for Jefferson County Public Schools
2 weeks ago
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State audit ordered for Jefferson County Public Schools

Kentucky's education chief is launching what he calls an "unprecedented" audit of the Jefferson County Public Schools system.
1 dead in shooting at doctor’s office
2 weeks ago
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1 dead in shooting at doctor’s office

BEDFORD, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky State Police say a man has been arrested after a fatal shooting at a doctor’s office in Trimble County. Trooper Josh Lawson told media that the shooting was reported shortly before noon Tuesday at First You Medical in Bedford, which is about 40 miles northeast of Louisville. Lawson said one […]
Kentucky State Police team to investigate officer shootings
2 weeks ago
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Kentucky State Police team to investigate officer shootings

Kentucky's top law enforcement agency has announced a new team to investigate officer-involved shootings in the state.
Insurer Humana bails on ACA exchange business for 2018
2 weeks ago
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Insurer Humana bails on ACA exchange business for 2018

Humana leaving the Affordable Care Act's public insurance exchanges for next year as it regroups after ending its proposed combination with rival insurer Aetna.
House GOP seek public guarantee from Bevin over Real ID
2 weeks ago
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House GOP seek public guarantee from Bevin over Real ID

Kentucky House Republicans are demanding more than a public promise from Gov. Matt Bevin before they agree to overhaul the state's driver's licenses.
Ky. Senate votes to toughen penalty for heroin trafficking
2 weeks ago
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Ky. Senate votes to toughen penalty for heroin trafficking

The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill that would lead to tougher penalties for people convicted of trafficking in smaller amounts of heroin or fentanyl.
KSP:  Woman shot to death in medical clinic, accused shooter arrested
2 weeks ago
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KSP: Woman shot to death in medical clinic, accused shooter arrested

State Police arrested a man they say walked into a medical clinic in Bedford, shot a woman to death and drove off.
Mine maintenance chief charged with falsifying record
2 weeks ago
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Mine maintenance chief charged with falsifying record

Authorities say the maintenance chief at a western Kentucky coal mine has been indicted on charges of falsifying a safety record and lying to federal inspectors.
Museum’s mine tours draw thousands of visitors yearly
2 weeks ago
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Museum’s mine tours draw thousands of visitors yearly

Tours of a replica coal mine at a museum in western Kentucky are attracting thousands of visitors each year.
School board member under fire for educational requirements
2 weeks ago
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School board member under fire for educational requirements

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking a court to remove a Gallatin County school board member accused of not graduating from high school.
Man found dead in Louisville apartment
2 weeks ago
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Man found dead in Louisville apartment

Louisville Metro Police officers believe foul play was to blame for the death of a man whose body was found inside an apartment.
Program allows law students to graduate in 6 years
2 weeks ago
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Program allows law students to graduate in 6 years

Kentucky Wesleyan College and the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law are partnering to offer an accelerated program that allows students to obtain a juris doctorate in six years.
Indianapolis police seek info on abducted 5-year-old
2 weeks ago
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Indianapolis police seek info on abducted 5-year-old

Indianapolis police are seeking help from the public in locating a 5-month-old boy who was abducted by his mother.
Two years later, Elliott Co. murder remains under investigation
2 weeks ago
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Two years later, Elliott Co. murder remains under investigation

Kentucky State Police say they are still actively investigating a murder on an Olive Hill man that happened two years ago.
Work Beginning to Repair Sinkhole-Damaged Corvette
2 weeks ago
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Work Beginning to Repair Sinkhole-Damaged Corvette

A Kentucky museum says a prized Corvette still covered in dirt and debris from its 2014 fall into a sinkhole has been moved from display to undergo repairs.
Police Kill Burglary Suspect in Louisville, Kentucky
2 weeks ago
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Police Kill Burglary Suspect in Louisville, Kentucky

Police in Louisville, Kentucky, say a suspect in a home burglary who confronted officers was fatally shot, while an officer was being treated for injuries after being hit by the suspect.
Man Accused of Rape, Impersonating 80’s Star
2 weeks ago
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Man Accused of Rape, Impersonating 80’s Star

A man accused of impersonating an actor from the 1980's sits in a Kentucky jail, wanted on sexual assault charges in several states.
Police Led on Car Chase in Boyd County
2 weeks ago
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Police Led on Car Chase in Boyd County

An Ashland woman is behind bars after she reportedly led police on a car chase.
PetSmart Recalls ‘Grreat Choice’ Dog Food
2 weeks ago
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PetSmart Recalls ‘Grreat Choice’ Dog Food

PetSmart is recalling one lot of 'Grreat Choice Adult Dog Food' sold online and in retail stores after the discovery of metal contaminants that could potentially choke an animal.
Bevin, Beshear Reignite Political Feud
2 weeks ago
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Bevin, Beshear Reignite Political Feud

Kentucky's two most powerful politicians have reignited their long-simmering feud.
KY Dept. of Revenues: Refunds to be Processed Earlier than Expected
2 weeks ago
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KY Dept. of Revenues: Refunds to be Processed Earlier than Expected

Kentucky taxpayers awaiting a refund won't have to wait much longer to see them arrive.
Raceland Councilman to Keep Seat Despite Drug Charges
2 weeks ago
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Raceland Councilman to Keep Seat Despite Drug Charges

Although a majority of Raceland City Council members voted to impeach councilman Matt Abrams after he pleaded guilty to drug charges, he will remain in office.
Teens Who Left Newborn in Trash Bin Sentenced to Probation
2 weeks ago
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Teens Who Left Newborn in Trash Bin Sentenced to Probation

A judge has sentenced two teen parents to probation for leaving their newborn girl in a trash bin in western Kentucky.
Former Substitute Teacher Gets 3 Years for Sex Charges
2 weeks ago
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Former Substitute Teacher Gets 3 Years for Sex Charges

A former substitute teacher who was accused of having sex with two male students has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Kentucky Kingdom Holding Job Fair Saturday in Louisville
2 weeks ago
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Kentucky Kingdom Holding Job Fair Saturday in Louisville

Kentucky Kingdom is holding a job fair this weekend as it looks to hire 1,400 workers for the summer season.
Justice VanMeter Formally Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice
2 weeks ago
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Justice VanMeter Formally Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice

Justice Laurance B. VanMeter was ceremonially sworn in as a justice of the Supreme Court of Kentucky.
Tornado Confirmed in Trigg County on Tuesday
2 weeks ago
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Tornado Confirmed in Trigg County on Tuesday

The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado hit in western Kentucky this week.
Bill Would Require College Freshmen to Document Vaccinations
2 weeks ago
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Bill Would Require College Freshmen to Document Vaccinations

A House panel has advanced a bill that would require incoming college freshmen to document they have been vaccinated.
Democrats File Bills Targeting Some of Bevin’s Decisions
2 weeks ago
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Democrats File Bills Targeting Some of Bevin’s Decisions

House Democrats have introduced several bills aimed at reversing some of Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's decisions.
Jefferson County School Board Approves ‘Safe Haven’ Proposal
2 weeks ago
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Jefferson County School Board Approves ‘Safe Haven’ Proposal

Jefferson County education officials have passed a resolution to make the state's largest school district a "safe haven" for undocumented students and their families.
KSP Investigates Fatal Collisions in Pike County
2 weeks ago
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KSP Investigates Fatal Collisions in Pike County

KSP is investigating a fatal collision that occurred in Pike County on Wednesday.
Priest Convicted of Sex Abuse Sentenced to 7 Years
2 weeks ago
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Priest Convicted of Sex Abuse Sentenced to 7 Years

A Louisville priest convicted of sexually abusing a boy at a summer camp he used to run has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
State of the Commonwealth:  Bevin Says Tax Plan Will Not be Neutral
3 weeks ago
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State of the Commonwealth: Bevin Says Tax Plan Will Not be Neutral

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin said some people will have to pay more under a proposal to overhaul the state's tax code.
Dog Food Recalled After Euthanasia Drug Detected
3 weeks ago
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Dog Food Recalled After Euthanasia Drug Detected

A pet food company is recalling several lots of dog food because it may be contaminated with a euthanasia drug.
State Road Crews Prepared for Snow
3 weeks ago
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State Road Crews Prepared for Snow

State road crews are prepared for the wintry-mix and snow forecast overnight into Thursday, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Bill Advances to Make it a Hate Crime to Attack Police
3 weeks ago
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Bill Advances to Make it a Hate Crime to Attack Police

Kentucky lawmakers have advanced a bill that would make it a hate crime to attack law enforcement officers and other first responders.
“Sunny Page” Program Aims to Help Disabled Children
3 weeks ago
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“Sunny Page” Program Aims to Help Disabled Children

A bipartisan program has been introduced in the Kentucky State Senate to encourage children with disabilities to participate as pages in the Senate.
Bevin to Deliver State of the Commonwealth Address
3 weeks ago
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Bevin to Deliver State of the Commonwealth Address

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin is preparing to deliver his State of the Commonwealth address.
Legislature to Vet Charter Schools, Criminal Justice Reform
3 weeks ago
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Legislature to Vet Charter Schools, Criminal Justice Reform

Kentucky lawmakers are focusing on charter schools and criminal justice reform as they return to work following a month-long recess.
Chicago Man Indicted in Lyon County Murder
3 weeks ago
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Chicago Man Indicted in Lyon County Murder

EDDYVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentucky State Police say that a Lyon County grand jury indicted Arthur A. Long, of Chicago, Illinois, on charges of murder and theft by unlawful taking on Monday. The charges stem from an investigation into the death of Nancy Minor, of Eddyville. Troopers say back in November of 2016, they found […]
KSP Looking for Forged Check Suspect
3 weeks ago
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KSP Looking for Forged Check Suspect

Kentucky State Police are asking for help from the public in identifying a man they say is involved in a forged check case.
Gov. Bevin Hosts 51st Annual Prayer Breakfast
3 weeks ago
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Gov. Bevin Hosts 51st Annual Prayer Breakfast

About 1,000 elected officials, community leaders and private citizens from across the Commonwealth joined Gov. Matt Bevin Tuesday morning for the 51st annual Kentucky Governors Prayer Breakfast at the Frankfort Convention Center.
Raise Your Glass to Kentucky Bourbon’s Rising Economic Kick
3 weeks ago
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Raise Your Glass to Kentucky Bourbon’s Rising Economic Kick

The economic potency of bourbon is getting stronger with age, increasing its impact on Kentucky by $1 billion in the past two years as demand for American whiskeys continues to grow.
Lawsuit: Former Louisville Inmates Unlawfully Detained
3 weeks ago
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Lawsuit: Former Louisville Inmates Unlawfully Detained

Two former inmates at Louisville Metro Corrections are suing the department after they say they were unlawfully detained.
American Pharoah Exhibit to be Unveiled at KY Derby Museum
3 weeks ago
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American Pharoah Exhibit to be Unveiled at KY Derby Museum

The Kentucky Derby Museum will unveil a permanent American Pharoah exhibit at an event on Thursday, February 16th.
Louisville Man Sentenced for Embezzlement in KY, TN
3 weeks ago
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Louisville Man Sentenced for Embezzlement in KY, TN

A Louisville man has been sentenced to 21 months in prison for posing as a real estate investor and embezzling funds in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Educators to Discuss Making College Transfers Easier
3 weeks ago
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Educators to Discuss Making College Transfers Easier

Higher education officials from across Kentucky are meeting in Versailles to discuss making transfer options between community colleges and universities easier for students.
High Point to Name New Basketball Court for Alum Tubby Smith
3 weeks ago
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High Point to Name New Basketball Court for Alum Tubby Smith

High Point University will name the basketball court in its planned new arena after University of Memphis men's basketball head coach Tubby Smith and his wife Donna Smith, who met while they attended the school.
High School Teacher Charged with Third-Degree Rape
3 weeks ago
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High School Teacher Charged with Third-Degree Rape

Police say they have charged a western Kentucky teacher with third-degree rape.
Law Enforcement Agencies Adopt Sexual Assault Policies
3 weeks ago
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Law Enforcement Agencies Adopt Sexual Assault Policies

State officials say every certified law enforcement agency in Kentucky has adopted sexual assault response policies.
Report: Felony Voting Law Bars Over 300K from Polls
3 weeks ago
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Report: Felony Voting Law Bars Over 300K from Polls

A report published by The League of Women Voters of Kentucky on Monday says that over 300,000 residents are barred from voting due to the Kentucky's lifetime voting bans on people with felony convictions.
Rick Pitino Accuser Moved from Prison to Halfway House
3 weeks ago
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Rick Pitino Accuser Moved from Prison to Halfway House

A woman imprisoned for trying to extort money from University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino is now in a halfway house.
Child Abuse, Neglect Up 55 Percent in Kentucky Since 2012
3 weeks ago
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Child Abuse, Neglect Up 55 Percent in Kentucky Since 2012

A state agency says the number of substantiated findings of child abuse and neglect in Kentucky rose 55 percent over a four-year period.
Elizabethtown Investigating Discovery of Man’s Body in Field
3 weeks ago
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Elizabethtown Investigating Discovery of Man’s Body in Field

Authorities are investigating the discovery of a man's body in a field in Elizabethtown.
State Hires New Archivist to Oversee Records Management
3 weeks ago
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State Hires New Archivist to Oversee Records Management

Kentucky has a new state archivist to oversee records management services for state and local governments.
Louisville, Lexington Eye Banks to Merge
3 weeks ago
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Louisville, Lexington Eye Banks to Merge

The state's two eye banks in Louisville and Lexington are merging to better coordinate with Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates and other eye banks around the country.
Jefferson County Schools Consider ‘Safe Haven’ Resolution
3 weeks ago
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Jefferson County Schools Consider ‘Safe Haven’ Resolution

The Jefferson County Board of Education is expected to consider making the state's largest school district a "safe haven" for undocumented students and their families.
Sen. McConnell Speaks Out on Immigration Order, Gorsuch
3 weeks ago
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Sen. McConnell Speaks Out on Immigration Order, Gorsuch

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was on CNN's State of the Union show Sunday morning, and commented on President Donald Trump's reaction to recent developments halting his Executive Order on immigration.
Court: Kentucky Must Pay Relatives Who Care for Foster Kids
3 weeks ago
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Court: Kentucky Must Pay Relatives Who Care for Foster Kids

A federal appeals court has ruled that Kentucky must pay relatives who foster a child just like it pays adults who are licensed foster parents.
Lisabeth T. Hughes Named Kentucky Deputy Chief Justice
3 weeks ago
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Lisabeth T. Hughes Named Kentucky Deputy Chief Justice

Lisabeth T. Hughes is the next Kentucky deputy chief justice.
Kentucky Will Quiz Some Taxpayers to Avoid Tax Fraud
3 weeks ago
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Kentucky Will Quiz Some Taxpayers to Avoid Tax Fraud

Some Kentucky taxpayers will have to pass a quiz before they can receive their tax refunds.
KSP Investigating Indecent Exposure Incident
3 weeks ago
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KSP Investigating Indecent Exposure Incident

State Police are looking for a man after an indecent exposure complaint on Wednesday.
Grimes: Nominations Being Accepted for Outstanding Civic Educators
3 weeks ago
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Grimes: Nominations Being Accepted for Outstanding Civic Educators

On Friday, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced that nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Kentucky Outstanding Civic Education Leadership Award.
Massacre? Jokes Fly in Bowling Green Over Conway Remarks
3 weeks ago
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Massacre? Jokes Fly in Bowling Green Over Conway Remarks

The "massacre" that never happened has Bowling Green in the national news again - something that hasn't happened since a sinkhole swallowed several prized Corvettes at a museum.
State Juvenile Justice Officials Encourage Local Initiatives
3 weeks ago
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State Juvenile Justice Officials Encourage Local Initiatives

Juvenile justice officials in Kentucky are encouraging local initiatives to keep low-level juvenile offenders out of the criminal justice system.
Derby Festival Looks to 1973 for Pegasus Pin Design
3 weeks ago
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Derby Festival Looks to 1973 for Pegasus Pin Design

The Kentucky Derby Festival's Pegasus Pin pulls its inspiration from the very first Pegasus Pin, designed in 1973.
Gov. Bevin Participates in 65th National Prayer Breakfast
4 weeks ago
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Gov. Bevin Participates in 65th National Prayer Breakfast

On Thursday, Gov. Matt Bevin joined President Donald Trump and federal, state and local government leaders from across the country in Washington, D.C. to participate in the 65th annual National Prayer Bre
All-Powerful Kentucky GOP Tries to Avoid Unforced Errors
4 weeks ago
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All-Powerful Kentucky GOP Tries to Avoid Unforced Errors

Fellow Republicans considered preacher-turned-politician Dan Johnson to be a pariah during his campaign last fall after he kept racist images on his Facebook page disparaging Barack and Michelle Obama.
Two Soldiers in Critical Condition After Fort Campbell Crash
4 weeks ago
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Two Soldiers in Critical Condition After Fort Campbell Crash

Two soldiers injured in a helicopter crash at Fort Campbell remain in critical condition.
UPDATE: ‘Godfather of Grass’ to Return to U.S. to Face Charges
4 weeks ago
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UPDATE: ‘Godfather of Grass’ to Return to U.S. to Face Charges

The Lexington Herald-Leader is reporting that John Robert "Johnny" Boone, known as the "Godfather of Grass" will be brought back to the United States to face federal drug charges.
SCAM ALERT: Don’t Fall for “Sweetheart” Scam
4 weeks ago
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SCAM ALERT: Don’t Fall for “Sweetheart” Scam

FRANKFORT, KY. (WTVQ) – As Valentine’s Day approaches, Attorney General Andy Beshear is warning Kentuckians of the “sweetheart” scam, which reports suggest caused Kentuckians to lose more than $80,000 last year. A sweetheart scammer typically uses a fake photo and identity to approach a victim through social media or online dating sites and acts as […]
Shepherd Dismisses Stumbo’s Lawsuit Against Governor
4 weeks ago
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Shepherd Dismisses Stumbo’s Lawsuit Against Governor

A state judge has dismissed a lawsuit from former House Speaker Greg Stumbo challenging the legality of Gov. Matt Bevin's budget vetoes.
Frontier to Add Nonstop Flights to 3 Cities from CVG
4 weeks ago
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Frontier to Add Nonstop Flights to 3 Cities from CVG

Frontier Airlines will soon be adding three new nonstop flights to the Cincinnati region's airport.
Order Gives ‘Fair Chance’ to Job Seekers with Criminal Past
4 weeks ago
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Order Gives ‘Fair Chance’ to Job Seekers with Criminal Past

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order aimed at giving people with criminal records a "fair chance" to land state government jobs.
Work on Owensboro Bluegrass Center Uncertain
4 weeks ago
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Work on Owensboro Bluegrass Center Uncertain

Three weeks after the company that was building an Owensboro music center filed for bankruptcy, officials still aren't sure when work will resume on the $15.3 million facility.
Kentucky Women’s Book Festival Set for March 4
4 weeks ago
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Kentucky Women’s Book Festival Set for March 4

The author of a bestselling memoir will attend the 11th annual Kentucky Women's Book Festival at the University of Louisville.
Federal Grant Awarded for Health Care in Coal Communities
4 weeks ago
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Federal Grant Awarded for Health Care in Coal Communities

A health professor and researcher at Marshall University has received a $1.3 million federal grant to continue health care work in areas affected by coal in West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio.
KY Congressional Delegation Reacts Along Party Lines to Gorsuch Nomination
4 weeks ago
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KY Congressional Delegation Reacts Along Party Lines to Gorsuch Nomination

Not surprisingly, Kentucky's congressional delegation reacted along party lines Tuesday night to President Donald Trump's nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
KSP:  13-Year Old Girl Fires Shot, Robs Clothing Store
4 weeks ago
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KSP: 13-Year Old Girl Fires Shot, Robs Clothing Store

State Police say a 13-year old girl, wearing a mask, went into a clothing store in Grand Rivers, fired a shot into the ceiling and robbed the business of cash on Tuesday.
Gov. Bevin to Stump for Gillespie in Virginia Race
4 weeks ago
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Gov. Bevin to Stump for Gillespie in Virginia Race

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is planning a visit to Virginia to help Republican Ed Gillespie's bid for governor.
Addiction Recovery Center for Pregnant Women Open in Louisa
4 weeks ago
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Addiction Recovery Center for Pregnant Women Open in Louisa

A center that provides drug and alcohol treatment for pregnant women is open in Louisa.
4 Hurt in Helicopter Crash During Training at Fort Campbell
4 weeks ago
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4 Hurt in Helicopter Crash During Training at Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell says four soldiers have been injured in a helicopter crash at the Army post.
AG: Kentuckians to Receive $6,8M in Western Union Fraud Settlement
4 weeks ago
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AG: Kentuckians to Receive $6,8M in Western Union Fraud Settlement

On Tuesday, Attorney General Andy Beshear announced that Western Union has agreed to pay an initial estimate of $6.8 million to Kentuckians who have been victims of fraud induced wire transfers involving the company.
Kentucky Man Gets 5 Years in Death of Girl Found in Well
4 weeks ago
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Kentucky Man Gets 5 Years in Death of Girl Found in Well

A judge has sentenced a Kentucky man to five years in prison in the death of his former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, whose body was disposed of in a well.
School District Plans Survey to Improve Learning Environment
4 weeks ago
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School District Plans Survey to Improve Learning Environment

Kentucky's largest school district plans to conduct a survey of parents, teachers and students to improve the learning environment for students.
Spring Concert Series Announced for Bluegrass Museum
4 weeks ago
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Spring Concert Series Announced for Bluegrass Museum

The International Bluegrass Music Museum has announced the musicians who will play during their spring benefit concert series.
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month
4 weeks ago
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January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Find out what the state is doing as part of National Birth Defects Prevention Month.
Beshear Taps Survivors Council to Advise on Victims’ Issues
4 weeks ago
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Beshear Taps Survivors Council to Advise on Victims’ Issues

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear has created a Survivors Council to advise him on matters relating to victims of violent crime.
KDA Legislation Seeks to Help Businesses, Individuals Feed Hungry in KY
4 weeks ago
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KDA Legislation Seeks to Help Businesses, Individuals Feed Hungry in KY

The Department of Agriculture is proposing 2 pieces of legislation that will help incentivize businesses and individuals who wish to donate to food organizations in the state.
Louisville to Hold Pro-Immigration Rally Monday
4 weeks ago
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Louisville to Hold Pro-Immigration Rally Monday

In response to President Trump’s executive order on immigration, ABC affiliate WHAS says Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is planning a rally to celebrate immigrants.
Bill Seeks Higher Pay for Police, Firefighters
4 weeks ago
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Bill Seeks Higher Pay for Police, Firefighters

Rep. Phillip Pratt, R-Georgetown, has recently co-sponsored a bill to increase pay for police officers, firefighters, and volunteer firefighters.
McCracken County Sees Spike in Drug Overdose Deaths
4 weeks ago
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McCracken County Sees Spike in Drug Overdose Deaths

McCracken County has seen a spike in fatal drug overdoses.
2 Dead, 7 Hurt After Driver Crashes Into Crowd at Food Truck
4 weeks ago
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2 Dead, 7 Hurt After Driver Crashes Into Crowd at Food Truck

Two pedestrians are dead and seven others injured after police say a drunken driver lost control of his vehicle and plowed into a crowd standing near a food truck.
Louisville Organization Finds More Homeless During Count
4 weeks ago
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Louisville Organization Finds More Homeless During Count

The Coalition for the Homeless says volunteers have found 156 people sleeping outdoors in Louisville during its annual count, which is up from last year's total of 112.
Bardstown Bourbon Co. Announces First Distilling Partnership
4 weeks ago
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Bardstown Bourbon Co. Announces First Distilling Partnership

Bardstown Bourbon Co. has announced the first partnership in its collaborative distilling program.
150 Barrels of Whiskey Headed from Kentucky to Louisiana
4 weeks ago
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150 Barrels of Whiskey Headed from Kentucky to Louisiana

A shipment of thousands of gallons of whiskey is making its way from Kentucky to Louisiana the old fashioned way: By barge.
Ruling to Set Aside Manslaughter, Arson Conviction Appealed
1 month ago
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Ruling to Set Aside Manslaughter, Arson Conviction Appealed

A western Kentucky prosecutor is appealing a judge's ruling to set aside the conviction of a man accused of setting a fire that killed his young son.
Ex-Doctor Convicted in Drugs-for-Cash Scheme
1 month ago
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Ex-Doctor Convicted in Drugs-for-Cash Scheme

A Louisville doctor who was forced to surrender his license has been found guilty on more than two dozen federal counts but acquitted of the most serious charges of causing two patients' deaths.
Principal Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Child Porn Charges
1 month ago
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Principal Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Child Porn Charges

A fired Kentucky high school principal has pleaded not guilty to federal child porn charges.
Corrections Officer Accused of Bringing Contraband into Jail
1 month ago
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Corrections Officer Accused of Bringing Contraband into Jail

A West Virginia corrections spokesman says a Western Regional Jail officer has been fired after she allegedly was seen entering a cell where drug contraband was later found.
2 Sought After Suspects Evade Deputies
1 month ago
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2 Sought After Suspects Evade Deputies

The Warren County Sheriff is asking for help from the public in locating two suspects he says got away from deputies after a high speed pursuit.
Report: Road Project Retaliation by Bevin Can’t be Proved
1 month ago
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Report: Road Project Retaliation by Bevin Can’t be Proved

A report written by an attorney for a special House committee says the panel couldn't prove that Gov. Matt Bevin stopped a road project in retaliation against a Democratic lawmaker who rejected the governor's request to become Republican.
Poop-Catching Bag Lawsuit Now in Federal Court
1 month ago
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Poop-Catching Bag Lawsuit Now in Federal Court

An Amish community's fight against a law requiring horses to wear excrement-catching bags has been moved to federal court.
Judge Holds Kentucky Police Chief in Contempt
1 month ago
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Judge Holds Kentucky Police Chief in Contempt

A judge has ordered a northern Kentucky police chief to help the mentally ill after holding him in contempt over his actions in a case in which a mentally disabled inmate was sent to Florida instead of being taken to a mental hospital for evaluation.
Unemployment Rates Down in 119 Kentucky Counties in December 2016
1 month ago
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Unemployment Rates Down in 119 Kentucky Counties in December 2016

Unemployment rates fell in 119 Kentucky counties between December 2015 and December 2016, but rose in Lyon County (6.3 percent in December 2015 to 6.6 percent in December 2016), according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training.
Faculty Meet with WKU President Candidate for First Time
1 month ago
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Faculty Meet with WKU President Candidate for First Time

Faculty at Western Kentucky University recently got their first chance to converse with and ask questions of university presidential candidate Timothy Caboni.
Allen County Voters Say No to Alcohol Sales
1 month ago
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Allen County Voters Say No to Alcohol Sales

Voters in Allen County have voted down legal alcohol sales.
Jazz Festival at Univ. of Louisville in its 25th Year
1 month ago
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Jazz Festival at Univ. of Louisville in its 25th Year

Jazz artist Wycliffe Gordon is headlining the University of Louisville School of Music's annual Jazz Fest in February.
Capito Continues as Counsel to GOP Senate Leader McConnell
1 month ago
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Capito Continues as Counsel to GOP Senate Leader McConnell

West Virginia's Republican U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito says she will continue to be counsel to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the new Congress.
Some Question Whether Sheriff Should Investigate Rape Case
1 month ago
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Some Question Whether Sheriff Should Investigate Rape Case

Experts and law enforcement disagree on whether a western Kentucky sheriff should recuse his office from investigating a high-profile rape case with a wealthy, politically connected defendant.
UPDATE: Skeletal Remains Identified as Missing Fort Campbell Soldier
1 month ago
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UPDATE: Skeletal Remains Identified as Missing Fort Campbell Soldier

Authorities say skeletal remains found in Tennessee are those of a missing Fort Campbell soldier.
2 Paducah Men Killed in Western Kentucky Crash
1 month ago
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2 Paducah Men Killed in Western Kentucky Crash

Two Paducah men have died in a crash in western Kentucky.
UPDATE: Wanted Fugitive Arrested in Lawrence Co.
1 month ago
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UPDATE: Wanted Fugitive Arrested in Lawrence Co.

Kentucky State Police are asking for help from the public in finding a wanted fugitive from Lawrence County.
WKU Touts Summer Program for First-Year Students
1 month ago
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WKU Touts Summer Program for First-Year Students

Western Kentucky University is touting a new program aimed at easing students' transition into college.
Secret Service Investigating Louisville Woman’s Anti-Trump Tweet
1 month ago
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Secret Service Investigating Louisville Woman’s Anti-Trump Tweet

The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a Twitter posting by a Kentucky woman who suggested someone could assassinate President Donald Trump.
U of L Foundation Names New Chairwoman
1 month ago
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U of L Foundation Names New Chairwoman

The University of Louisville Foundation board has met for the first time with four new trustee members, and has elected one as its new chair.
Planned Parenthood Leader in Indiana, Kentucky Set to Retire
1 month ago
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Planned Parenthood Leader in Indiana, Kentucky Set to Retire

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky's president says she will be stepping down from the position this summer.