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A Kentucky man is fighting a traffic citation he received while feeding a homeless man.

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An unvaccinated student in Kentucky will get his day in court after suing because he can't participate in extracurricular activities during a chickenpox outbreak.

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A Kentucky judge has denied a request for a new trial from a man who a jury said should pay more than $580,000 to U.S. Sen. Rand Paul for injuries Paul suffered when he was tackled by the man.

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For American whiskey producers, their tariff-induced hangover became more painful in late 2018 when a downturn in exports accelerated, especially in the European Union — the industry's biggest overseas market, an industry trade group said Thursday.

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Women's History Month was celebrated in a big way Wednesday night in Lexington with an event to raise money for a special public art project.  WUKY's Samantha Lederman has details.

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A state police investigation has determined that "friendly fire" paralyzed a Kentucky deputy trying to arrest a suspect fleeing a Florida bank robbery.

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Kentucky’s top education official is promising no disciplinary action is in store for teachers who took part in multiple "sick-outs" over the last few weeks, but the assurance comes with an asterisk. 

Authorities say a 9-month-old baby overdosed on drugs and had to be revived with an opioid overdose-reversal drug.

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Republican lawmaker Robert Goforth introduces himself to voters in the first TV ad of his campaign challenge against Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin in the spring primary.

Governor Bevin Signs Abortion Bill Already Facing Lawsuit

Mar 20, 2019
Associated Press

Kentucky's Republican governor on Tuesday signed into law an anti-abortion measure already entangled in a federal lawsuit, instructing his lawyers to fight the legal challenge against the new restrictions on the procedure.

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