Louisville police say man killed wife, self

Metro Louisville police say the deaths of a Louisville couple appear to be the result of a murder-suicide.
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Centre program aimed at first-generation students

Centre College says it is creating a scholarship program for first-generation students, backed by the largest single gift in the 195-year history of the liberal arts college in central Kentucky.
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‘Pay-what-you-can’ restaurant planned

Organizers want to open a community restaurant in central Kentucky that offers home-cooked meals and a mission.

Diageo welcoming visitors at historic distillery

A Louisville-area distillery with ties to historic brands and bourbon barons is joining the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
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Centre College to offer civil rights programming

Centre College is planning to offer community programs over the next year that focus on the 50th anniversary of the civil rights movement.
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Hunt still on for missing Kentucky men

Investigators hope hikers taking advantage of a warm weekend around Mount Hood will turn up clues to the disappearance of two Kentucky men who appear to have come to Oregon to camp in the woods but didn't hit the trail.

Ky. teen found dead in home, mother abducted

A western Kentucky sheriff says a teenage boy has been killed and his mother was abducted from their home.

Atmos, company reach $3.5 million settlement

A Texas-based company has reached a settlement with a southern Kentucky oil and gas company that will pay the energy giant $3.5 million to end long-running litigation over a dispute about royalties.
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Law firm: Louisville can’t raise minimum wage

A law firm representing several Louisville employers has sent a letter to Metro Council members disputing the county attorney's opinion that officials can increase the minimum wage.
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Eastern Kentucky man dies after being hit by train

An eastern Kentucky man has died after being hit by a train as he tried to walk across railroad tracks.
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IU Southeast on lockdown after armed man report

A southern Indiana college campus is on lockdown after someone reported seeing a man who might be armed.
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Schumer introduces Medal of Honor bill for NY hero

New York Sen. Charles Schumer has introduced legislation to allow a black World War I soldier from Albany to receive a posthumous Medal of Honor.
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Doughboy statue getting a makeover

A doughboy statue in eastern Kentucky is getting a makeover in time for Veterans Day.
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Many dropped students return to Kentucky State

Kentucky State University says 70 percent of the students who were dropped for nonpayment are back at school.

Kentucky woman sentenced to 6 years in prison

A one-time pharmacy manager in eastern Kentucky has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for her role in a scheme to illegally dispense thousands of prescription pills.
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U of L to increase police presence

The University of Louisville says it plans to increase the number of police and security officers after seeing an increase in violence over the summer near its campuses.
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Wife of former Gov. Julian Carroll dies

Charlann Harting Carroll, the wife of former Kentucky Gov. and current state Sen. Julian Carroll, has died at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. She was 81.

Paul shifts on foreign policy as he eyes 2016 bid

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, a possible presidential candidate in 2016, says an "overwhelming" majority in Congress — including him — would authorize military intervention against militants in northern Iraq and Syria if President Barack Obama seeks approval when he addresses the nation tonight.
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Mother pleads guilty to tying up girl

The mother of a 3-year-old girl has pleaded guilty to tying her up for hours at a time.
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Wild Turkey maker reaches 60th year in business

Jimmy Russell strolled into a roomful of tourists, and soon the patriarch of Kentucky bourbon was posing for pictures and autographing bottles. The man behind Wild Turkey even took a turn as barkeeper, pouring samples of amber whiskey at the distillery's visitors' center.

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