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NTSB Says Pilot Error To Blame In Plane Crash That Killed 4

The National Transportation Safety Board's says pilot error was to blame in a plane crash that killed four people in western Kentucky.

New Data Show Spike in Severe Black Lung Disease

New data show many more coal miners across Appalachia suffering from the most serious form of black lung disease than federal regulators previously reported.

Kentucky Senate Democrats Re-elect 2 of 3 Leaders

Kentucky Senate Democrats have re-elected two of their top leaders.

Kentucky Man Convicted of Reckless Homicide in Girl’s Death

A Kentucky man has been convicted of reckless homicide in the death of his former girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, whose body was disposed of in a well.

1 Man Killed in Wreck on Interstate 65 at Bowling Green

A Morgantown man has died after his van went into the path of a tractor-trailer truck on Interstate 65 at Bowling Green, according to State Police.

Kentucky Court Says Judge Wrong to Dismiss Jury Over Race

The Kentucky Supreme Court says judges don't have authority to dismiss randomly selected jury panels because of a lack of racial diversity.

Louisville Police Chief Vows to Work to Regain Confidence

Rank-and-file Louisville police officers have given a no-confidence vote to the city's police chief, but he is vowing to work to regain their confidence.

Officials in 24 States Urge Trump to Kill Obama Carbon Plan

Officials in two dozen states are asking President-elect Donald Trump to issue an executive order on his first day in office declaring as illegal President Barack Obama's plan to curb planet-warming carbon emissions.

Court Says Mentally Incompetent Ky. Man Cannot Seek Divorce

The Kentucky Supreme Court says a man who has been declared mentally incompetent by the courts cannot file for divorce.

Ex-high School Coach Pleads Not Guilty to Child Sex Charges

A former assistant basketball coach at Bowling Green High School has pleaded not guilty to child sexual-assault charges.

Louisville Police Chief Vows to Work to Regain Confidence

Rank-and-file Louisville police officers have given a no-confidence vote to the city's police chief, but he is vowing to work to regain their confidence.

Settlement Approved for Coal Mines Owned by W. Va. Governor-Elect

A federal judge has approved a settlement requiring a $900,000 civil penalty and pollution reductions by Appalachian coal mines owned by West Virginia Governor-elect Jim Justice.