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Allegations prompt talk of Kentucky House speaker’s future

Kentucky's House Republicans will meet privately to discuss the future of House Speaker Jeff Hoover after the state's largest newspaper reported that the GOP leader settled a sexual harassment claim by a member of his staff outside of court.

NFL sidelined pizza sales? Papa John’s says yes, others no

The CEO of Papa John's slammed the NFL's leadership and blamed protests by football players for pizza sales going cold. A day later, rival Pizza Hut said it saw no such impact. So what's going on?

Former deputy jailer sentenced in inmate beating death

A former Kentucky jailer accused of beating an inmate who later died has been sentenced to 10 1/2 years in federal prison.

17 parks offering Thanksgiving buffets

Seventeen Kentucky State Resort Parks plan to serve buffets to guests on Thanksgiving Day.

Man facing murder charges in crash that killed family of 5

Prosecutors in northern Kentucky have announced murder charges against a man blamed for a head-on traffic crash that killed five members of a family.

Interpol tip leads to arrest in child porn case

A tip from Interpol landed a Louisville man in jail on child pornography charges, according to the attorney general.

Court: Trump can seek to have protester lawsuit dismissed

A federal court says attorneys for President Donald Trump can seek the dismissal of a lawsuit that accuses him of ordering supporters to rough up protesters at a Kentucky rally.

3-year-old trick-or-treater hit by truck in Kentucky

Kentucky police say a drunken driver backed his truck into a 3-year-old girl who was trick-or-treating, sending her to the hospital.

Buyer beware: Con artists targeting tractor, truck ads

Fraudulent advertisements are being placed in the classified section of local Kentucky newspapers and online.

Warrant: Impersonator arrested after pulling over officer

Officials say a Kentucky man pretending to be a police officer is facing charges after pulling over a real officer.

Kentucky Power crews helping with storm recovery in Northeast

Kentucky Power crews and contractors headed north Tuesday to assist with power outages in Maine and Connecticut following Tropical Storm Philippe.

Millions returned to Medicaid in EpiPen settlement

Twelve-million dollars being turned over to state and federal Medicaid programs in settlement with EpiPen manufacturer.