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The Boyle County Animal Shelter has taken control of 23 more malnourished and neglected horses just days after rescuing 18 horses at the same location. On Friday, Jennifer Bayney-Donnell, 47, address unknown, was arrested where she was leasing a lot and barn at 4600 Harrodsburg Road, after a…

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Suspected human remains were found Sunday afternoon in a field in Hart County. The unidentified remains were skeletal, according to KSP, and will be transported to the state medical examiner's office.

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A Richmond truck driver has been charged with fabricating a shooting last Friday at Walmart, but his connection to a missing mother of three has peaked law enforcement’s interest. Joseph Eugene Hicks, 53, has been charged with criminal mischief, first degree, falsely reporting an incident an…

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After a series of online posts about a person in a white truck trying to abduct children in Nicholasville, police there are reminding people to call police immediately rather than just reporting incidents on social media. “Everyone wants to know why we have not caught this person, well the b…

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Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives said Friday they have cut ties with a campaign consultant who was targeted by the FBI and granted federal immunity as the key witness in a campaign finance case against former Democratic Party Chairman Jerry Lundergan. The move comes more th…

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Kentucky’s use of narcotics is no secret, but a new study by Millennium Health shows how rampant it is compared to the rest of the country. The study shows Kentucky has the highest percentage of fentanyl-positive drug tests in the country, and the state’s cocaine, meth and heroin use is also…

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It’s the most often-discussed potential rule change in high school basketball, and it’s a no-brainer. Proponents of the rule to add a shot clock — limiting the allotted time a team has before attempting to score — illustrate their point by lambasting stall-ball: teams holding the ball as sec…

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More revenue options may be heading Kentucky cities' way. Two bills were filed Friday in the General Assembly that advocates say could help ease the strain of ballooning pension payments on municipal budgets by giving cities more ways to collect money — something Louisville and others have p…

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He won two international championships and numerous national crowns. Time magazine once referred to him as an "Arnold Palmer of the one-armed-golf world." He mentored other amputees and raised money through a tournament for special needs children. And he did it all with a smile and an amazin…

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GLASGOW, Ky. (AP) — The first people to explore and map the depths of Mammoth Cave and give guided tours were enslaved African Americans in the 19th century, and current Mammoth Cave National Park Ranger Chuck DeCroix wants to make sure their legacy is carried forward.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Antebellum Southern plantations were built on the backs of enslaved people, and many of those plantations hold places of honor on the National Register of Historic Places - but don’t look for many mentions of slavery in the government’s official record of places with …