GOP leaders fire woman with pending lawsuit against Kentucky

The communications director for the House Republican Caucus in Kentucky has lost her job nearly one year after she sued the state saying she was punished for re
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Police shoot suspect after vehicle pursuit

Kentucky State Police say a trooper has shot a male suspect after a vehicle pursuit
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Unemployment rates rise in 76 Kentucky counties

Kentucky officials say unemployment rates rose in 76 of the state's counties between October 2017 and October 2018
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Volunteers sought for foster care review boards

The Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts says it needs more volunteers to review cases of children in foster care
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Teachers, others speak against Kentucky graduation rules

More than a dozen people have spoken against new high school graduation requirements in Kentucky
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Digital forensic lab to open at Eastern Kentucky University

Kentucky State Police and Eastern Kentucky University plan to announce the opening of a new digital forensics lab
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Murray State to help create hub to attract high-tech firms

Kentucky officials say Murray State University will help establish a regional hub aimed at attracting more startup high-tech businesses in western Kentucky
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Kentucky parks announce dates for eagle watch tours

Kentucky State Parks has announced the dates for next year's Eagle Watch Weekends
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Kentucky's Medicaid enrollment dips ahead of new rules

Kentucky's chief health official has downplayed concerns that thousands of people will lose Medicaid coverage now that the federal government has re-approved ne
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Kentucky official downplays concern about new Medicaid rules

Kentucky's chief health official has downplayed concerns that thousands of people will lose Medicaid coverage now that the federal government has re-approved ne
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Medical doctor among new committee leaders in state Senate

A medical doctor from central Kentucky is the new chairman of state Senate Health and Welfare Committee
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Court ruling could help clients restore disability benefits

A federal judge says the Social Security Administration used an unconstitutional process to revoke the disability benefits for hundreds of clients of disgraced
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10,000 lose access in Kentucky to food assistance program

More than 10,000 low-income Kentucky adults have been removed from a federal program that helps them buy food after they failed to comply with newly reinstated
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Groups will continue legal challenge to Kentucky Medicaid

Three advocacy groups say they will continue their legal challenge to new rules requiring Kentucky's Medicaid recipients to get a job, go to school or volunteer
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Kentucky State Police begin collecting food for annual drive

Kentucky State Police are accepting donations for their annual holiday food drive
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Feds re-approve new rules for Kentucky Medicaid

The Trump administration has again approved new rules for some of Kentucky's Medicaid population, requiring them to either get a job, volunteer in the community
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Feds re-approves new rules for Kentucky Medicaid

The Trump administration has again approved new rules for some of Kentucky's Medicaid population, requiring them to either get a job, volunteer in the community
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Once again, work requirements approved for Kentucky Medicaid

The Trump administration has again approved new rules for some of Kentucky's Medicaid population, requiring them to either get a job, volunteer in the community
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Coat drive to benefit foster children in Kentucky

Kentuckians are being encouraged to donate coats and hoodies for children in foster care
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100-year-old WWII veteran awarded French Legion of Honor

The French government has awarded its highest honor to a 100-year-old Kentucky man who fought in World War II
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Kentucky education officials launch employability initiative

The Council on Postsecondary Education has partnered with six colleges and universities to launch an employability initiative
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Early southern Illinois radio-TV personality Erv Coppi dies

One of southern Illinois' earliest and best-known radio and TV stars has died
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Bevin official wins latest round in fight over subpoena

A Kentucky appeals court has ruled that Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration has the authority to subpoena a former state official who served during the
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Kentucky Senate GOP caucus elects new chairwoman

The Kentucky Senate Republican Caucus has elected Julie Raque Adams as its new chairwoman
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