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New program aims to educate officers on cultural awareness

Paducah police have teamed with professors at Murray State University to undergo training focused on cultural awareness and interactions with diverse communities.

Committee to review proposals for workforce training grants

Communities across Kentucky will compete for $100 million in state funding to pay for projects to train Kentucky's workforce.

5 soldiers hurt in hard helicopter landing during training

Officials say five soldiers have been injured in a hard helicopter landing during a training exercise at an Army base on the Kentucky-Tennessee border.

New survey seeks to boost reputation of E. Kentucky workers

A new study of eastern Kentucky workers says the labor force has declined by 20 percent over the past 10 years as people have stopped looking for work after being stymied by their lack of professional certification and a struggling coal industry.

E. Kentucky workforce has dropped 20 percent in past decade

A new study of eastern Kentucky workers says the labor force has declined by 20 percent over the past 10 years as people have stopped looking for work after being stymied by their lack of education and a struggling coal industry.

Madison Co. deputies undertake gun, taser training

Deputies with the Madison County Sheriff's Office put in some time training with guns and tasers between August 1st and 5th.

AG, Frankfort PF to hold Internet child safety classes for parents

Attorney General Andy Beshear and Frankfort Police Chief Jeff Abrams are partnering to offer local parents Internet child safety training.

Lexington Fire Department holds decontamination training for furry family members

The Lexington Fire Department held a training evolution Thursday morning, honing their skills in serving the public. This training, however, won't be used to help people.

Proposed bill would give tax credit to volunteer firefighters

Rep. Rick G. Nelson, D-Middletown, says he intends to file legislation for a House Bill that would give certain volunteer firefighters an income tax credit to offset the training expenses associated with volunteering.

Feds dole out grants for mine safety courses

The West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training will receive more than $524,000 in federal funds for training courses aimed at reducing mining accidents, injuries and illnesses.

Coalition to offer free naloxone kits, training sessions

The Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition plans to offer free naloxone kits and training sessions this month at the health department in Metro Louisville.

Many principals receive no training on anti-bullying polices

A new statewide survey shows that many school principals in Kentucky have received no training on how to carry out policies to prevent student bullying.

Fire school in Lexington to attract hundreds of firefighters

Hundreds of firefighters from Kentucky and other states will be in Lexington next week for a training conference.

KY Nat’l Guard participates in terrorist attack exercise

The 63rd Theater Aviation Brigade (TAB,) along with the U.S. Army North are taking part in a training exercise simulating the response to a terrorist attack in the United States.

UPDATE: Soldier killed during training exercise is ID’d

Fort Campbell has identified a 101st Airborne Division soldier who died of injuries suffered during a live-fire training exercise at Fort Polk, Louisiana.

Jobless rates rise in 65 Kentucky counties

State officials say unemployment rates increased in 65 of Kentucky's 120 counties between March 2015 and March 2016.

KY HS students to receive CPR training SB 33 signing

Governor Matt Bevin signed Senate Bill 33 on Saturday, April 9, which will improve Kentuckians' chances of surviving sudden cardiac arrest.

Public safety teams hold active shooter drills in Woodford County

Officers in ballistic armor, garnishing firearms surrounded a factory in the Versailles Industrial Park, Saturday in the name of building a safer community.

Workforce training initiative adds chapter in NE Kentucky

Gov. Matt Bevin says a workforce training initiative has expanded into northeastern Kentucky.

Open house planned for opening of Mine Training Facility

The Kentucky Coal Academy is planning an event next month to mark the opening of its new Mine Training Facility in southeastern Kentucky.

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London man arrested for rape

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