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A Kentucky town has narrowly approved alcohol sales within city limits in a special election.
A former Kentucky sheriff has been charged with embezzling money while in office.
A Kentucky high school basketball coach has resigned after being accused of sexually assaulting a student.
The Hodgenville City Council has unanimously voted to allow the words "In God We Trust" to be lettered on the town's police cars.
HODGENVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The police chief in Hodgenville says decals with the phrase "In God We Trust" will be added to patrol cars in the central Kentucky city. Chief Marcus Jackson told WDRB-TV (http://bit.ly/1WUcHa8) city officials approved the move, though reaction has been mixed since the department put an announcement on Facebook. Jackson said many people posted supportive remarks but others were opposed to the idea. Hodgenville Mayor Kenny Devore said he supports the move and plans to personally pay for the decals. Jackson said the five officers in his department won't be forced to put the decal on their vehicles; they can opt out. Larue County Judge Executive Tommy Turner said he thinks a majority of people in the community support the decals.
A former mayor and city clerk in central Kentucky have pleaded guilty to multiple charges two weeks before their trial was to begin.
A Hodgenville woman was seriously injured Tuesday afternoon when she lost control of the minivan she was driving on KY 3434 in Laurel County, according to Sheriff's Deputies.
A police chase in LaRue County early this morning killed a police officer and landed another in jail.