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Kentucky is using 'shocking' boats to show just how bad its Asian carp problem is

Kentucky Is Using 'shocking' Boats To Show Just How Bad Its Asian Carp Problem Is

Asian carp are a serious problem, and Kentucky is getting creative in dealing with the invasive species.



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Bar association panel finds Trump's Kentucky judicial nominee Justin Walker unqualified

Trump's Kentucky Federal Judge Nominee Too Inexperienced, Panel Says

Justin Walker, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the federal bench in Louisville, is unqualified because of his lack of experience, ...



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Angry about no pay, Kentucky miners block train loaded with coal

Angry About No Pay, Kentucky Miners Block Train Loaded With Coal

Miners on Tuesday blocked the tracks of a coal train in Kentucky for a second straight day as part of a standoff between a coal company that filed for bankruptcy and left nearly 400 workers without work and pay for a month.



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Judge dismisses Sandmann lawsuit against the Washington Post

Judge Dismisses Sandmann Lawsuit Against The Washington Post

A very significant ruling in the media law world came Friday: A federal judge in Kentucky dismissed a $250 million defamation lawsuit against the Washington Post.



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"He Might've Stayed A Minute": Coal Miners With Black Lung Slam McConnell For Brushing Them Off In Healthcare Meeting

"It was a worthless trip, that's the way I feel," said one of the 120 coal miners who traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with the Republican leader



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Fire officials in Kentucky let a fire burn through 45,000 barrels of liquor at a Jim Beam warehouse to prevent ethanol runoff

Jim Beam Warehouse Fire Destroys 45,000 Barrels

Fire officials let the warehouse burn to avoid contaminating a creek that runs into the Kentucky River.



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A Kentucky teen sued to attend school without a chickenpox vaccine. He just lost in court -- again

A Kentucky Teen Sued To Attend School Without A Chickenpox Vaccine. He Just Lost In Court -- Again

A Kentucky court of appeals sided with a health department after a teen sued the department over a policy that barred him from attending school without receiving the chickenpox vaccination.



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Mitch 'The Grim Reaper' McConnell: Meet the Man Who Ruined the Senate — The Republican Majority Leader from Kentucky has made the Senate a legislative graveyard

Mitch 'The Grim Reaper' McConnell: Meet The Man Who Ruined The Senate

The Republican Majority Leader from Kentucky has made the Senate a legislative graveyard.. On Thursday, the House is expected to vote on election security legislation (H.R.2272) to strengthen the security of ballot boxes, voter rolls and vote counts against future attacks on our elections by foreign adversaries.



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McConnell’s Wife Gave Him a Special Reelection Present: $78 Million in Federal Funding

McConnell's Wife Gave Him A Special Reelection Present: $78 Million In Federal Funding

Elaine Chao reportedly assigned a liaison dedicated to coordinating infrastructure projects in Kentucky during her husband's reelection campaign.



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Chao Paved Way For Husband To Get Funds For Special KY Projects Before 2020

Chao Paved Way For Husband To Get Funds For Special KY Projects Before 2020

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao cleared the path for projects that would specifically benefit Kentucky and thus, her husband Sen. Mitch...



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Kentucky man convicted of threatening Singapore government, releasing HIV records

Kentucky Man Convicted Of Threatening Singapore Government, Releasing HIV Records

A federal jury has convicted a Kentucky man after authorities say he threatened the government of Singapore and identified thousands in the Asian country who are living with HIV.



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Beam me up, Kentucky? George Takei tweets he's 'tempted' to take on Mitch McConnell

George Takei Tweets He's \

No, not into the far reaches of space, but someplace even harder to reach: Defeating long-time U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell for his seat i...



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Democrats Seek Review of Russian Investment in Kentucky

Democrats Seek Review Of Russian Investment In Kentucky

A Russian aluminum company recently came out from under United States sanctions. Now it's planning to invest $200 million in Kentucky, and maybe more in other states.



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VIDEO: Kentucky homeowner shoots at would-be robbers

VIDEO: Kentucky Homeowner Shoots At Would-be Robbers

Four men in Kentucky picked the wrong house to break into. 



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Abortion: judge strikes down Kentucky restriction but governor to appeal

Abortion: Judge Strikes Down Kentucky Restriction But Governor To Appeal

Federal judge says 2018 law would create 'substantial obstacle' to abortion rights



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We Can't Back People Who Hate Our Kids: Kentucky & Minnesota Teachers of Year Boycott Trump Meeting

We Can't Back People Who Hate Our Kids: Kentucky & Minnesota Teachers Of Year Boycott Trump Meeting

We speak with two award-winning teachers who are trying to teach Trump a lesson. On Monday, Jessica Duenas, the 2019 Kentucky Teacher of the Year, and Kelly Holstine, the 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year, boycotted a White House ceremony honoring them and other state winners of the award in protest of the Trump administration's education policies. But Duenas and Holstine skipped the event to register their opposition to Trump's policies on immigration, education and LGBTQ rights, saying many of the White House policies directly impact their immigrant and refugee students.



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Teacher Of The Year Who Boycotted White House Visit To Protest Trump Says 'I Cannot Implicitly Support People Who Hate My Kids'

Teacher Of The Year Who Boycotted White House Visit To Protest Trump Says "I Cannot...support People Who Hate My Kids"

Jessica Duenas of Kentucky and Kelly Holstine of Minnesota were both awarded Teacher of the Year 2019 for their respective states.



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Men without licenses take plane, die in Kentucky crash

Men Without Licences Take Plane, Die In Kentucky Crash

The crash happened either late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, a mere 75 yards off the runway at Henderson City-County Airport, officials said.



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Surely It's a Coincidence That a Firm Tied to a Russian Oligarch Is Pouring Millions Into Kentucky

Surely It's A Coincidence That A Firm Tied To A Russian Oligarch Is Pouring Millions Into Kentucky

The Louisville Courier-Journal is chasing a story that further illustrates what a wonderful environment for coincidence the current polit...



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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Still Plans to Visit Kentucky, Despite Being Disinvited by a Republican

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Still Plans To Visit Kentucky, Despite Andy Barr's Wishes

"Luckily, we still have open borders with Kentucky; we are free to travel there."



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