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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville-based entrepreneur and veteran RaeShanda Johnson has said "no" to plenty of things in her life, like homelessness and poverty, but this weekend she's ready to "Say Yes To The Dress" on TLC's wildly successful reality series hosted by fashion guru Randy Fenoli.

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JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) — For local musician Jackson Snelling, songwriting has been an outlet for addressing difficult topics and losses he has faced in his own life. With a new song and music video, he hopes to help others by bringing awareness to an important issue.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Two Kentucky General Assembly leaders are considering a rule change requiring witnesses who testify during legislative committee meetings to be sworn in under oath to stop a potential spread of false information.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — I nmate populations and deteriorating prisons are sapping the state of money needed for priorities like education and health care, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said.

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Working in the health care industry, Beth Burbridge knew to expect medical risks when she volunteered to donate a kidney to her neighbor's son in early 2019. What Burbridge didn't expect was the potential financial risks associated with her decision. Her company wasn't required to give her p…

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A woman charged with neglecting her three children has seen her case go to the grand jury. Timisha Anderson, 22, was arrested in December after her three children were found in “disturbingly unhygienic condition,” according to Winchester Police. Anderson was arrested and charged with one cou…

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Just over five months after it opened its doors, Sagebrush Steakhouse in Corbin was suddenly closed Thursday after Whitley County Sheriff Todd Shelley chained and padlocked the doors. Shelley said he and Chief Deputy Tim Baker carried out the order in the writ of possession filed in Whitley …

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Republican leaders in the Kentucky House are preparing to unveil legislation aimed at increasing the state's workforce by offering transitional support to ease people off public assistance.

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While criminal charges are still pending against Dr. David Coffey following a June 2018 raid at his Oneida office and clinics, federal officials have moved to seize $1.6 million and two vehicles confiscated from the accounts of the embattled doctor and his associates. In a filing in the Unit…

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On Thursday morning, a Senate committee gave first approval to a bill that would allow law enforcement officers to seek a search warrant for a blood test in all DUI investigations.Senate Bill 74 is sponsored by Sen. Whitney Westerfield, a Hopkinsville Republican and chairman of the Senate’s …

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With classes starting a week earlier than usual, hopes are that more students will be able to participate in the annual observance of civil rights leader Marin Luther King Jr. at Murray State University. The keynote speaker for Monday’s breakfast will be U.S. Army veteran and Murray State al…

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his 99 fellow senators took oaths Thursday afternoon to "do impartial justice" as the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump formally began. The oath's language marked a contrast from what McConnell said in December before the House voted …

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The Republican-controlled state Senate passed a bill Thursday that could give Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear an extra year in office, if he is reelected. Sponsored by Sen. Chris McDaniel, R-Taylor Mill, the legislation would shift elections for Kentucky's governor and other constitutional offi…