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Attorneys General seek broader authority to investigate, prosecute abuse of Medicaid recipients

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear urges the federal government to expand its policy regarding the use of federal funds to investigate and prosecute Medicaid abuse and neglect cases.
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Panel of ex-governors to talk opioid crisis at Harvard

Former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear part of panel discussion at Harvard about opioid crisis.
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Paris builds for future

A look at the Greyhounds' new all-sports facility.

Toyota employees receive national ‘Women in Manufacturing’ award

At a reception in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, The Manufacturing Institute recognized 130 recipients of the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award, including two women from Toyota.

Ring lost in KY decades ago headed back to Washington owner

A ring lost more than three decades ago in Kentucky is headed back to its owner in Washington state.

US Appeals Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump’s Ban on Travelers from Seven Muslim-Majority Nations

US appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations .
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Kentuckians March in Women’s March on Washington

Several Kentuckians marched Saturday in Washington, D.C. as part of the Women's March on Washington.

Lexington Police in Washington, D.C. for Inauguration

The Lexington Police Department sent 40 of their officers to work the inauguration in Washington, D.C.

Asbury University Service Mount Leads Troop in Inaugural Parade

Look closely on Inauguration Day and you’ll see an Asbury University-trained horse in the Inaugural Parade on Friday.

Johnson County Native to Perform at Inaugural Concert

Johnson County native Marlana VanHoose will perform at the Presidential Inaugural concert in Washington D.C.
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Remembering Jaleesa Robinson, Frankfort’s First Murder Victim of the Year

The year is almost over and Frankfort Police are investigating the city’s first homicide of 2016.
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Senate candidates prepare for busy election day

Hours away from Election Day 2016, Senate candidates Jim Gray and Rand Paul canvas Kentucky in hopes of swaying the state's remaining undecided voters.

First and Only Gray-Paul Senate Debate Gets Heated

Almost a week to go until we go to the polls. Monday night U.S. Senate candidates Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and incumbent Senator Rand Paul took part in their only debate before election day. Paul has declined to debate Gray until now.
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Washington state fugitive arrested in Kentucky

A Washington state man suspected of attempted murder has been arrested in Kentucky.
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UPDATE: Rev. Nancy Jo Kemper to call for Bevin impeachment over bloodshed comments

Remarks made by Governor Matt Bevin over the weekend are getting a lot of attention on line.
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5 arrested after shots fired on police in Washington

Five people have been arrested in Washington after at least one person opened fire on police, and a police spokesman says there's no indication it was a "planned attack on police."

KSP honors Trooper Blake Tribby during Police Week

Kentucky State Police honored one of their own in Washington, D.C. during National Police Week.
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Madison Co. students back safe after D.C. trip

Students in Madison Co. have returned home safely from a trip to Washington, D.C. The students were at the Capitol when a man armed with a gun walked in, and eventually was shot by police.

Capitol Police order shelter in place after report of shots

The U.S. Capitol Police are telling staff in the Capitol complex to shelter in place after a report of gunshots being fired in the Capitol Visitors Center.
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Pancake Breakfast to help honor Officer Ellis

Every May, fallen officers are honored in Washington D.C., when their names are unveiled on the National Law Enforcement Memorial.

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