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Kentucky schools working on ‘In God We Trust’ displays

Schools across Kentucky are working to fulfill a new state law requiring the national motto "In God We Trust" be displayed in a prominent place before classes begin.

400-plus citations given for call-before-digging violations

The state Public Service Commission took over responsibility for enforcing the law last July.

‘Run for Recovery’ to fight addiction, expand Shepherd’s House services

Shepherd's House will put on their 20th annual Run for Recovery on Saturday, July 27th at 8 a.m. at Keeneland.

Lexington singer wins Pigeon Forge talent competition

Grayson Thurman won the grand championship for the 2019 Pigeon Forge Path To Fame talent competition.

Company to open $6 million CBD oil operation in Kentucky

Gov. Matt Bevin's office says the venture will create up to 34 full-time jobs over a decade.

Louisville officers won’t serve in schools this fall

The decision comes as school districts around the state work to meet requirements of a new school safety law.

Kentucky city’s Catholic archbishop is battling cancer

Seventy-two-year-old Joseph Kurtz has served as archbishop since 2007.
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Police: 2 bodies found in Louisville apartment

Louisville Metro Police: Bodies of a man who appeared to be in his 60s and a woman who appeared to be in her 30s were found Sunday afternoon.

Quaker State 400 set for Saturday at Kentucky Speedway

Saturday night's highlight race, the Quaker State 400, is set for 7:30 p.m. and will feature 36 drivers.

Kentucky city’s chamber raises money to promote job growth

The chamber of commerce for Kentucky's largest city says it has raised about $6 million.
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Pilot receives minor injuries in Kentucky helicopter crash

Kentucky State Police said Anthonie Christoffel Vos was operating a 1973 Tomcat helicopter during agricultural spraying on Monday when the aircraft crashed.
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Ohio man admits to defrauding Kentucky bank

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky, an Ohio man has admitted in federal court he defrauded an Ashland bank and seventeen people and businesses in Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, and Wisconsin of more than $4.6 million.

Hemp-themed dinner to serve as Farmington fundraiser

Guests will be served a meal, cocktail prepared with hemp products by local chef Adam Burress, along with presentations by guest speakers.

Prize money surges for horsemen racing at Churchill Downs

Track officials say Churchill paid a record $32.2 million in prize money to horsemen during its recently ended spring meet.

BCSO: Homeowner holds suspected car thief at gunpoint

Deputies said it happened at a private residence on Nield Road just before 4 a.m. Thursday.

Operation Dry Water in effect this weekend to keep boaters safe

A new law signed by Gov. Matt Bevin this year gives conservation officers added authority to crack down on boating under the influence.

Ad campaign promoting farmers markets across Kentucky

Agriculture officials say the ad campaign includes video and radio spots as well as limited TV and print advertising.

Mail delivery to Kentucky street suspended over dog attacks

Residents are being asked to pick up their mail from a nearby post office.

Fire crews respond to abandoned church fire in Corbin

Lily Fire and Rescue said they responded to Moore Hill Avenue and Kennedy Road just after 1:30 a.m.

New leader chosen for National Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum's board of directors has selected Sean Preston to serve as the museum's president and CEO.

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