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Audit: Harlan sheriff office spent on clothing, dating site

A new state audit says the sheriff's office in Harlan County spent more than $27,000 over two years for unreasonable or improper purchases, including personal clothing, food and alcohol, and a subscription to a dating website.

Edelen files for re-election as state auditor

Democratic state Auditor Adam Edelen has filed for re-election.

State Audit Finds “Chronic Mismanagement” At FCPS

A state audit into Fayette County Public Schools' budget deficit finds "Chronic mismanagement of the district's budget and finances that have contributed to its financial instability."

State Auditor Investigating FCPS Budget Deficit

After claims of financial mismanagement, Auditor Adam Edelen decided to investigate how Fayette County Public Schools went $20 million in the red.

Auditor Finds Wasteful Spending And Intimidation At KY Emergency Management

In a report released by State Auditor, Adam Edelen, wasteful spending and employee intimidation are alleged at the Kentucky Emergency Management Agency.

State Auditor: Rampant Abuse Of Tax Dollars In Garrett Fire District

State Auditor Adam Edelen said he found questionable spending, along with rampant financial and oversight problems in the Garrett Fire District and Volunteer Fire Department in Floyd County.

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Sports fans tired of the back and forth: Reaction after Fayette Co. moves to ‘orange zone’

Some people at the Bryan Station vs. Lafayette football game Friday night say they're tired of the back and forth.

Louisville 11 p.m. update: Man charged with aiming laser at chopper, church provides refuge

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