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Scott County Sheriff's Department

The Scott County Sheriff's Deputy who was shot while helping apprehend a fugitive from Florida is paralyzed. Deputy Jamie Morales was injured during a shoot-out with serial bank robger Edward Reynolds who was wanted in several states. Reynolds was killed. Morales was hit and has undergone numerous surgeries. His doctors say he is 90% paralyzed. A fund for Deputy Morales has been set up at Whitaker Bank.

Fayette County Detention Center

A 4-year-old boy struck by a University of Kentucky freshman's car has died.  Citing a release from the university, news outlets report Marco Lee Shemwell died Monday, two days after being hit near the football the stadium during Kentucky's game against Murray State.

healthy-ky.org

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky plans to announce a statewide flu prevention campaign.  An organization statement says a coalition that also includes the Kentucky Medical Association and the Kentucky Foundation for Medical Care will announce the multimedia campaign Tuesday. It says the Focus on Flu campaign aims to minimize the impact of the virus in the upcoming season.

Josh James / WUKY

A complaint about an election in a Kentucky county is being investigated by the state attorney general.

UK Now

University of Kentucky officials are expressing concern over a double-digit drop in the number of black freshmen enrolled at the school.  Despite a push for more diversity, UK enrolled 50 fewer black freshmen for the fall semester, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported.

Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops wasn't worried about his team overlooking Murray State following a 27-16 win at Florida last week.

UK Public Relations

The University of Kentucky has launched the public phase of a $2 billion-plus fundraising campaign, laying out a set of goals that include expanding student scholarships and boosting medical research in a state struggling with high rates of cancer and other chronic illnesses.

A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue headlines of the week. None of these stories is legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out. Here are the real facts:

Josh James / WUKY

The Kentucky Personnel Board has voted to investigate Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes' use of the state's voter registration database.

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Health officials in northern Kentucky say there have been three human cases of West Nile virus reported there over the summer.

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