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Indiana man is victim, officer named in Owensboro case

Unclear whether officer's shot hit person or if wound was self-infllcted

Kentucky among 7 states in one of three “reopening” pacts

Seven Midwestern governors, including Kentucky's, announced Thursday that they will coordinate on reopening their state economies, after similar pacts were made earlier this week in the Northeast and on the West Coast.

Indiana has 1st illness linked to coronavirus outbreak

Indiana health officials have confirmed the first illness in the state from the coronavirus outbreak.

Kentucky’s first case of coronavirus in Lexington

Patient remains in isolation; Fayette County schools issue reminders to parents.

Man accused of allowing children to work without food or water

The Labor Cabinet says Shawn Floyd violated Kentucky child labor laws by allowing minors to work twelve hour days.

Indiana woman accused of stealing car caught in Kentucky

A woman accused of stealing a car in Indiana was captured in Kentucky, according to KSP.

Deputies searching for missing autistic man from Boone County

Deputies say Geohegan is not currently taking his medication and is paranoid due to his belief that an alien invasion is going to occur soon.

Trooper injured chasing suspect from Indiana into Kentucky

Kentucky and Indiana authorities arrested two men after their car ran out of gas during a chase that left one trooper injured.

Kentucky officials announce lane closures for Ohio River Bridge repairs

Lane closures are planned on an Ohio River Bridge that connects Louisville to southern Indiana so that expansion joint repairs can be made.

New toll rates for the bridges connecting Louisville and Indiana go into effective July 1

New toll rates will increase on July 1 for three bridges connecting Louisville and Southern Indiana, according to RiverLink Tolls.

US judge blocks Indiana 2nd trimester abortion procedure ban

A federal judge has blocked an Indiana law adopted this spring that aims to ban a second-trimester abortion procedure.

UPDATE: Indiana hospital treats more than 20 people involved in school bus crash

The Highpoint Health Emergency Department says it has treated 20 students and two adults, who were involved in the school bus crash Wednesday morning.

Indiana woman pleads not guilty in students’ bus stop death

A northern Indiana woman accused of hitting and killing three children with a pickup truck as they crossed a highway to board a school bus entered a preliminary not guilty plea Thursday.

Lexington woman found dead in Indiana

Police in Indiana say a woman found dead by the side of an interstate is from Lexington. 

Owensboro man arrested after multi-state pursuit

Kentucky State Police and the Daviess County Sheriff's Office were led on a multi-state chase after looking for a man.

Indiana man indicted for rape in Kentucky after 9 month investigation

In November of 2017, Kentucky State Police detectives began an investigation into rape and sexual abuse allegations which occurred in the early 1980’s in Union County, Kentucky.

Teacher who stopped attack says he had to save students

A suburban Indianapolis teacher who was shot while tackling and disarming a student inside his classroom said Monday that his swift decisions “were the only acceptable actions” to save his seventh-grade students.

UPDATE: Chief says student school shooter had 2 handguns

A police chief says an Indiana middle school student asked to be excused from class, then returned with two handguns and opened fire.

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FCPS not raising property tax rates

For the third time in five years Fayette County Public Schools is not raising property tax rates.
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Fourth time in 3 days old water park set on fire in Perry County

It happened at Fugate's Water Park off Highway 15, right outside Hazard.
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Caravan protest outside Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Lexington office

It was part of a national effort led by Poor People's Campaign with protests at every Kentucky office and a protest in Washington D.C.

“False Positives” spray painted on the side of a Walgreens’ COVID testing site

A coronavirus testing site in Lexington has been hit with graffiti.