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United Mine Workers president Roberts re-elected

United Mine Workers union President Cecil Roberts has been re-elected to a new five-year term.

Eastern Kentucky man arrested in 3 deaths, robbery

An eastern Kentucky man remains in jail charged with murder in the deaths of three people whose bodies were found in a home that burned.

Dollar General enters bidding for Family Dollar

Dollar General isn't about to be left out in the cold. The discounter is starting a bidding war for Family Dollar with an approximately $8.95 billion offer as it attempts to trump a Dollar Tree bid.

Civil War collection to be sold at auction

James Carlos "Cotton" Reynolds began collecting Civil War artifacts from a very early age as he scoured the fields surrounding his Perryville home.

Timber sale proposed for Daniel Boone forest

The National Forest Service has proposed allowing more commercial logging in the Daniel Boone National Forest than it has in over a decade.

Kentucky business owners arrested in federal probe

A pair of northern Kentucky business executives have been arrested and charged with illegally sending restricted military grade electronics components to China.

Kentucky, feds reach agreement on hemp imports

Kentucky agriculture officials and the federal government have finalized an agreement on how industrial hemp seeds may be imported into the state.

Federal inmate dies after attack at prison

A federal inmate serving a 40-year sentence for child-related sex offenses has died after being attacked at a southern Kentucky prison.

Clinton urges Southern states to seek cooperation

Former President Bill Clinton is urging Southern states to find new ways to cooperate as they try and find ways to expand research and development opportunities in the region.

Ex-Kentucky coach Morriss back in high school

Former University of Kentucky head coach Guy Morriss is the new offensive line coach at Warren Central High School in Bowling Green.

Death row inmates win 2nd chance in lawsuit

A trio of Kentucky death row inmates will get another chance to show they have a right to a sweat lodge, pow wow and traditional foods to conduct Native American religious ceremonies behind bars at the prison.

Kentucky man charged in death of father

A western Kentucky man has been charged with manslaughter in the death of his father.