Election Day “Do’s and Don’ts”

Kentucky’s chief election official reminds voters of Election Day "Do’s and Don’ts" in advance of next Tuesday's Primary.

Go Green with the Powerball jackpot

Find out what you could do to Go Green by winning Saturday's big Powerball jackpot.

Kentucky attorney general rules closed meeting violated law

A ruling from the attorney general's office says the state Board of Education violated the Open Meetings Act by discussing in closed session changes to former Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt's contract.

Relatives say state isn’t making payments for foster kids

A group of relatives raising children removed from homes have accused Kentucky of not providing foster care payments.

Justice secretary talks criminal justice reform at White House

Kentucky Justice Secretary John Tilley took part in a Prison Reform Summit hosted by the White House Friday.

Basketball ‘escort queen’ arrested on forged checks charge

Police have arrested the self-proclaimed "escort queen" at the center of a sex scandal involving the University of Louisville's basketball team.

Louisville Police offer to “help” drug dealers with their competition

Louisville Metro Police are offering drug dealers a "free service" to help them get of their competition.

Sec. of State Grimes tells us what to know going into Tuesday’s primary election

We are less than one week away from the Kentucky primary and a lot of people are getting ready for that big day including Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.

Grimes predicts 30 percent turnout for Kentucky primaries

Kentucky's chief election official is predicting the highest voter turnout in nearly a decade for next week's primaries.
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Chamber recognizes 14 legislators as MVPs of the 2018 General Assembly

The 2018 General Assembly passed major reforms that will help move the state forward.

Wildlife officials looking for large feline in Louisville

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife officials are warning residents near Louisville to be on the lookout for a large feline spotted in the area.

KSP charges Owen Co. man with child sexual exploitation offenses

Man arrested is facing 20 charges.

Gov. Bevin departs on recruiting mission to Asia

Meetings in Tokyo and Seoul this week will focus on business development for the commonwealth. 

Kentucky sees statewide shortage of election officers

Wednesday was the last day to register to become a precinct officer for next week's Kentucky primary.
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South Carolina man charged for threats against Harlan County graduation

Authorities says they arrested a man in South Carolina for making threats against a high school in Kentucky.

Kentucky lawyer confirmed to 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals

John B. Nalbandian, a Kentucky lawyer, was confirmed to be a judge for the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
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Arts and crafts festival planned on Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park to hold its Arts and Crafts Festival.

Kentucky teacher accused of sex crimes involving student

A middle school teacher in Kentucky has been accused of sex crimes involving a student younger than 14.
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Army identifies soldier who died in Kentucky Lake accident

The body found Monday has been identified as Pfc. Juwan Richardson of Gordon, Alabama.

Resumes playing crucial role in 6th District primary

Candidates for 6th Congressional District emphasize their resumes.

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