Woman killed in head-on collision in Calloway County

A woman was killed and another person injured in a head-on collision in Calloway County, according to Kentucky State Police.

Kentucky county makes $400K deal with former Justice company

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports Floyd County is to receive $400,000 under the deal.
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Closure of immigration court in Kentucky causes concern

The Louisville Courier Journal reports the court closed August 15.

Hearing ordered as miners protest by blocking coal trains

Miners have camped out on train tracks and blocked coal trains in Harlan County.

Gunshot fired at Kentucky State Fair leads to teen’s arrest

A 15-year-old from Louisville has been charged with possession of a handgun by a minor and wanton endangerment.

Kentucky governor’s remark stirs spat with ex-GOP challenger

Robert Goforth says his supporters may not forget the governor's jab come November.

Printer who nixed gay pride shirt goes to Ky. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments from attorneys and will issue a ruling at a later date.

Louisville names Norton as Cardinals’ health care provider

Louisville has named Norton Healthcare as the Cardinals' official health care provider.

Central Bank CEO buys prized Kentucky ham for $1M

The CEO, president and chairman of Central Bank has purchased the Kentucky State Fair's Grand Champion Ham for $1 million.

Kentucky guard unit to deploy to Guantanamo Bay

Kentucky National Guard soldiers are deploying to Guantanamo Bay.
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Deer virus confirmed in 1 Kentucky county

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources says a deadly virus has been found in a white-tailed deer in the state.
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Driver Sober campaign nets 347 DUI arrests in five days

Kentucky State Police reminded motorists Thursday that they are continuing their enforcement efforts during the National Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.

State Police need new recruits

KSP Recruitment meet and greet event for for people that have an interest in a career in law enforcement.

Phone companies adopt eight principles to help fight scam calls

Officials announced Thursday that 51 attorneys general and several major phone companies are working together to stop scam calls.

State parks recognized in “Best in Kentucky” awards from Kentucky Living

Seven Kentucky State Parks were recognized in Kentucky Living magazine’s “Best in Kentucky” Awards announced Thursday.

Nelson County pharmacy burglarized

Scripts Pharmacy in Nelson County was burglarized early Thursday morning.

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to speak in Louisville

Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders will be in Kentucky on Sunday.
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Louisville names Norton as Cardinals’ health care provider

Louisville has named Norton Healthcare as the Cardinals' official health care provider.

Longtime Courier Journal reporter Tom Loftus retiring

Longtime state government reporter Tom Loftus is retiring after a 35-year career at the Courier Journal.

Adkins still mulling possible Senate run in 2020

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell could get another Democratic challenger in his reelection bid next year.

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