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Donations going to families in need after flooding

As people in flood-stricken eastern Kentucky wait for help from the federal government, so many nonprofits and volunteers from across the country are offering aid.

U.S. Department of Labor investigation results in cell phone retailer paying $130,781 in wages and damages

Elite Wireless Inc., headquartered in Nolensville, Tennessee, will pay $130,781 in back wages and liquidated damages to 102 employees in Tennessee, North Carolina, and Kentucky.

Jury awards $67M to ex-miners who used defective dust masks

HINDMAN, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky jury has awarded two former coal miners who filed a civil lawsuit claiming defective dust masks led to...

Fire damages Kentucky county’s emergency management building

A fire has significantly damaged the emergency dispatch and ambulance services building in a Kentucky county.

Lawyer: Judge orders damages in massive disability scheme

A lawyer for two whistleblowers says a judge has ruled that a Kentucky attorney should pay about $31 million in damages and penalties as part of the fallout from a scheme to defraud the government of nearly $600 million in federal disability payments.

Lawsuit Seeks $6M in Damages from Stockyard Fire

The Lexington Herald-Leader is reporting that a local business owner filed a lawsuit last week against Blue Grass Stockyards, and the real estate owners of the property, over damage to his businesses caused by the January 2016 fire that destroyed the stockyards.

Jury Awards $200,000 in Damages for ‘False’ Political Ad

A Clark County jury has ruled a former Democratic state senator knowingly aired a false TV ad in 2014 and has ordered him to pay his Republican opponent $200,000 in damages.

Indiana Congressional Candidate Sues Over Arrest

An Indiana congressional candidate has sued a police officer who accused him of assault during a traffic stop last month.

Dollar General ordered to pay $925K to injured truck driver

A Lauderdale County jury has returned one of the largest personal injury verdicts in the county's history, finding Dollar General at fault for injuries sustained by a Kentucky delivery driver five years ago.

Court rules Kentucky Spirit must pay the state damages

The Kentucky Court of Appeals says a company that once managed 125,000 Medicaid recipients must pay the state damages for leaving the contract early.

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Whitley man last of four to plead guilty to kidnapping, could get life in prison

Incident happened in August 2018, sentencing in January.

UK Senate names Gail Brion 2021 Outstanding Senator

Winners of the award are selected annually by an ad hoc committee of the Senate Council

Boyd’s Station Gallery hosts KAC Native Reflections exhibit

Exhibit runs through month of October