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Ignore the spin – he’s guilty.

Rachel Maddow shared last night that Republicans, so-called conservatives, and far-right groups are spending millions of dollars on ads defending ...
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New Army assessment is ideal fit at Fort Knox

Beginning in early Jan­uary, Fort Knox will play a new and important role in how the U.S. Army identifies and ...
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Beshear right to restore voting rights to thousands

In his inauguration speech Tuesday, newly-elected Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear vowed to restore voting rights to more than 100,000 disenfranchised ...
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Beshear restores voting rights to more than 140,000 Kentuckians with felony records

Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Thursday that will restore voting rights to more than 140,000 non-violent felons who ...
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State officials report first flu-related deaths in Kentucky

Officials with the Department for Public Health are reporting the first four flu-related deaths of the 2019-2020 flu season. Flu ...
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Edmonson murder case to go to grand jury

Alexandra Richardson told police that when she encountered the flooded Alexander Creek bridge on Edmonson County's Oak Hill Road this ...
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Taxi driver pleads guilty to imprisonment

A Winchester man pleaded guilty to holding a woman against her will while he worked as a taxi driver earlier ...
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Parents get diversion for children’s filthy living conditions

Two Winchester parents pleaded guilty to criminal charges Thursday after police found their home infested with insects and piles of ...
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Man’s body, van pulled from the Ohio River

whose body was recovered from the Ohio River Thursday afternoon, just hours after his van was pulled from the river ...
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‘You are not KY.’ Matt Bevin ripped by Twitter users angry over pardons

Amid backlash over his controversial pardons, former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin tweeted a photo of a colorful sunset Thursday evening ...
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Kentucky lawmakers call on Attorney General-elect to investigate Gov. Matt Bevin’s pardon

Senate Minority Leader Morgan McGarvey, D-Louisville, and state Rep. Chris Harris, D-Forest Hills, are calling on Attorney General-elect Daniel Cameron ...
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Everyone deserves a second chance

Like thousands of others, Frankfort’s Debra Graner braved Tuesday’s brisk December cold to witness the inauguration of Gov. Andy Beshear ...
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Gov. Andy Beshear’s honeymoon with liberals will be a brief one

Gov. Andy Beshear is being told to be bold by progressives who want Kentucky to be known for more than ...
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Gov. Beshear dumps the charter school clown car. And Bevin showed him the way.

Kentucky’s newest governor, Andy Beshear, gave an inaugural speech full of light and hope while delivering some sharp and much-needed ...
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Can Matt Bevin really do that? The pardon power in Kentucky explained

Former Gov. Matt Bevin made national headlines this week when he issued hundreds of pardons and commutations during his final ...
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Amendments to wildlife regulations proposed

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed new bear hunting regulations and new procedures for captive cervid facilities at its ...
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Bevin pardons Knox man convicted of 2008 murder

A Knox County man convicted of the 2008 murder of a man he testified was his best friend is one ...
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Corbin woman charged with child abuse

A Corbin woman was arrested on a child abuse charge Tuesday night after Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies reportedly discovered a ...
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Bath County woman charged for seeking sex with 14 year old

A 19-year-old charged with having sexual relations with a juvenile on at least two occasions sent her case to the ...
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Inmate death under investigation

An inmate arrested in Magoffin County and transferred to the Floyd County Jail died after being transported to the hospital ...
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Alleged DUI driver attempted to take officer’s gun

A Pikeville woman was arrested Friday morning after she allegedly was involved in a minor traffic collision, but attempted to ...
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USDA rules may make hemp cultivation more restrictive

The U.S. Department of Agriculture released its interim final rule on Oct. 31 regarding the establishment of the domestic hemp ...
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Bank robbery suspect arrested in Paris

A pair of bank robberies in Paris and an attempted bank robbery in Georgetown led to the arrest of a ...
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Frankfort attorney making name for herself globally

Perhaps lost amid Tuesday’s extensive inauguration day coverage was the story about Jennifer Yue Barber, a Frankfort native who was ...
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Beating Matt Bevin was the easy part. Now new Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear must govern

Matt Bevin is gone. Andy Beshear is now governor. That's the easy part. Now, for Beshear, he has to try ...
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Rural communities can tackle Kentucky’s incarceration epidemic

A new report from the Vera Institute shows Kentucky has a lot of work left to do if it wants ...
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54 kids died from abuse and neglect in Kentucky last year. Why weren’t they helped?

Last year in Kentucky, well over two thirds of the 54 children who died and 82 who nearly died as ...
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Jefferson schools to sue Juul, joining Bullitt and Fayette County schools

Kentucky's largest school district is suing Juul over its role in a vaping epidemic impacting students, school board members decided ...
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Williamsburg fan gets fine for incident involving sports official

A Williamsburg woman, who was arrested after the Williamsburg-Paintsville playoff football game on Nov. 22 in connection with an incident ...
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400 in Letcher to lose SNAP food cards under new rules

Changes in food stamp (SNAP) regulations announced last week by the Trump Administration could cost up to 400 Letcher County ...
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Body found at flooded Taylorsville Lake marina

The body of a Lawrenceburg man was recovered from the flooded parking lot of Taylorsville Lake Marina Friday afternoon, hours ...
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Fort Campbell to host annual Gander ceremony at new memorial

On Dec. 12, 1985, a plane carrying 248 Fort Campbell soldiers and eight crew members crashed shortly after takeoff from ...
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5 big takeaways from Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s Inauguration Day

Andy Beshear was sworn in as Kentucky's 63rd governor on Tuesday, giving an inaugural address that touched his campaign's common ...
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Kentucky’s new education board may give Wayne Lewis the boot before his contract ends

Just one day after Gov. Andy Beshear appointed a new Kentucky Board of Education, the panel announced it would meet ...
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Beshear appoints all new Kentucky Board of Education; old board promises lawsuit

Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Tuesday in his first day in office to create a new state school ...
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Beshear breaks up Kentucky Board of Education on first day as governor

Fulfilling a campaign promise to the educators who helped elect him, Gov. Andy Beshear signed an executive order Tuesday to ...
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Beshear says he will sign order Thursday restoring voting rights of 100,000+ felons

In his inaugural address, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said he will file an executive order this week restoring the voting ...
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Hoping for a peaceful transition

Today marks the beginning of a new administration leading Kentucky. It is also a day that represents one of the ...
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Mother of dead toddler deserves considerable time

Any parent who willingly uses drugs and, as a result, causes the death of one of his or her children ...
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In a final show of pettiness, Bevin keeps Beshear out of mansion until last minute

In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, former Gov. Matthew Griswold Bevin, who never even lived in the ...
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