Funding available for water pollution control projects

Applications are being accepted to fund nonpoint source pollution control projects, the state announced Friday.

AG: Data reveals how company flooded Kentucky with opioids

Kentucky's Attorney General's Office says an unsealed court document shows how one drug-maker flooded the state with opioids.

Johnson & Johnson recalls single lot of baby powder

Johnson & Johnson is voluntarily recalling a single lot of its baby powder in the U.S. after traces of asbestos were found in a bottle, according to the USDA.
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Kentucky to lease private prison to ease jail overcrowding

Kentucky officials have announced plans to lease a private prison in Floyd County to provide relief for overcrowded jails in the state.
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Former Mammoth Cave worker sentenced for stealing from park

A longtime employee at Mammoth Cave National Park was sentenced to two years in federal prison for skimming money from the park's recreational fees.

Police: Man beat sister with pan, killed dad with crossbow

Police say a Kentucky man hit his sister with a frying pan and then fatally shot his father with a crossbow.

Flags Lowered to Half-Staff Upon the Passing of Rep. Elijah E. Cummings

Both American and state flags at public office buildings to be lowered to half-staff on Friday.

Harlan Co. man charged with child sexual exploitation offenses

A Harlan County man was charged with exploiting a child under the age of 16.
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AG wins restitution for couples stiffed by wedding venue

AG: Owner of now-closed wedding venue must pay over $27,000 in restitution to nine couples who had weddings canceled.

A third of Kentucky students haven’t had Hepatitis A vaccine

Kentucky experienced a Hepatitis A outbreak in 2017, prompting the mandated vaccination.

Kentucky judge denies lower bond for pilot charged in triple slaying

Christian "Kit" Martin is charged in the shooting deaths of three people in 2015 in Christian County.

UPDATE: Escapee captured in McCracken County

Escapee Christopher Peevyhouse was captured Friday in McCracken County, according to KSP. He walked away from a welding program in Paducah on Wednesday, according to State Police.

Family of Ky toddler swept away at Tennessee park files lawsuit

Steven Pierce of Kentucky died after he and his father were swept away in a flash flood at Cummins Falls State Park in June.

Astronomer to speak about Hubble Telescope at Ky university

Robert Williams will deliver the annual Bullitt lecture in astronomy at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 31.

Jim Beam Airbnb rental to cost the price of a bourbon bottle

According to the listing, the property was built in 1919 and includes a distillery tour and tasting.

Judge orders voters on ‘inactive list’ back on rolls

A Kentucky judge has ordered the State Board of Elections to return the names of about 175,000 voters to the regular voter rolls.

West Virginia donates 15,000 blue catfish for Kentucky River

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has given 15,000 blue catfish to boost fish populations in the Kentucky River.

Kentucky lawmakers offer bills to strengthen ethics laws

Democratic lawmakers in Kentucky have unveiled proposals that would strengthen executive branch ethics and election laws.

Trump tweets support for Kentucky governor in election

President Donald Trump has tweeted his support for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin, a steadfast Trump supporter who faces a tough reelection fight in Kentucky.

Members of the ABC 36 Team win KY Broadcasters Association’s Excellence in Broadcasting awards

We want to take a moment to congratulate a few members of our ABC 36 Team.

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