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Taylor Duke, who has been a reporter at the newspaper since January, will start her new job with the city on Aug. 2.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Kentucky State Police and the Administrative Office of the Courts will have final say on what goes into the system and who has access to it. The project is being funded with federal coronavirus relief money, which requires it to be completed by the end of the year
By Kentucky Public Radio
More than $2 million combined is allocated for Oak Grove, Pembroke, Crofton and LaFayette.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Thirteen of Kentucky's 120 counties are not in the red "critical" zone for COVID-19 transmission — including Muhlenberg, Hopkins and Webster.
By Kentucky Health News
Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the windfall on Wednesday, saying the companies created and fueled the opioid epidemic.
By Kentucky Public Radio
Hewell will fill the vacancy left by Jailer Brad Boyd when he retires on July 31.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The battleground was, as usual, a Senate committee hearing.
By Kentucky Health News
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The commission, which will meet monthly and hear from experts focusing on racial disparities, is tasked with making recommendations for potential legislative action.
By WKMS
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said on Tuesday that the statewide computer issues were resolved.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The Department of Corrections made at least $3.2 million last year off of incarcerated people’s phone calls, financial records obtained by the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting have revealed.
By Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting
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