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Kentucky Press News Service

Louisville mayor's deputy doesn't remember being told cops were accused of sexually abusing teens


Marshall County High School shooting leaves 1 person dead, multiple injured


In some ways, feds should emulate local government


Shooting reported at Kentucky high school; 1 dead, governor says


Coroner releases preliminary cause of death for Union County judge-executive


School choice rally planned in Madisonville


Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park uses winter to renovate


Federal shutdown ends; Fort Knox employees to return to work soon


McCracken jail budget issues affect salary approvals


House panel approves 'Marsy's Law'


Coal mine operator files to run for 14th District House seat


Audio of Paul's 911 call released; Boucher charged with federal felony in connection with incident


Louisville search committee looks like it may have found new AD in Vince Tyra


Investigation is politically motivated, nearly over, coroner says, but police disagree


54 church members try to oust Lexington pastor without lawsuit


New KSU police chief ready to build trust, relationships


Snoop Dogg slams former Louisville cop who sent racist messages


Prosecutors recommend Rand Paul?s attacker receive 21 months in prison


Mayfield council's alcohol ordinance debate could air on reality TV


Harrison Family Court selected to open some proceedings


New Medicaid rules to impact more than half of Knox County


Haircut long overdue for K-12 bureaucracy


Federal government shutdown halts Mammoth Cave tours


Martin County must fix its failing water system at the ballot box


AG files lawsuit that alleges drug maker flooded Ky. with painkillers


Scott County coroner under state investigation


New Ogden College Hall set to welcome WKU students


5 children injured after truck crashes into playground


Racism has no place in our city, society


House Bill 216 would hurt Kentucky?s open meetings law


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