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While the city of Lexington has not seen the level of violence that Louisville has during protests this week, there have been some isolated incidents... [Read More]
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An Indiana man faces murder and other charges stemming from the discovery of a New York woman's body in a Shelby County creek. [Read More]
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Another big spike in cases of the coronavirus in Kentucky was reported Thursday at Gov. Andy Beshear's daily press briefing. [Read More]
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John Calipari's name has surfaced yet again as a potential candidate for the head coaching job with the New York Knicks. If the past is... [Read More]
The Department of Justice announced nearly $400 million in grant funding through the Department's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) COPS Hiring Program... [Read More]
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Issues faced by Kentucky's public schools due to the coronavirus pandemic were discussed during the General Assembly's Interim Joint Education Committee on Tuesday. [Read More]
In wake of the tensions across the country, an assistant football coach at Murray State University is asking the city of Murray to remove a... [Read More]
Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops doesn't have the capacity to keep an eye on each and every member of his team but trusts the Wildcats... [Read More]
There is always light in the darkness. Though wrong oft seems so strong, there is always the hope of redemption. [Read More]
Kentucky State Police will be investigating the shooting early Monday morning in Louisville by police and Kentucky National Guard troops, which left one man dead. [Read More]
(KT) Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John D. Minton, Jr., after being re-elected to that position by the justices, was sworn into that office remotely... [Read More]
John Calipari and Mark Stoops used their platforms to address concerns against racial injustice, and the two Kentucky coaches shared their thoughts on social media... [Read More]
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