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Sarah Young, a Second Chance employee at Kentucky Dam Village Park, speaks at a Team Kentucky press conference in Frankfort earlier this year. (Anita Hatchett)

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Kentucky employers give second chances

When Barbara Aker’s nephew was 10 or 11, he broke his arm. Doctors prescribed painkillers, which set him ...

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Kentucky’s latest fight against EPA progresses

Since he took office nearly five months ago, Attorney General Russell Coleman has wasted no time challenging the ...

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Kentucky commonwealth attorney admits to trading leniency for sexual favors, methamphetamine

A Kentucky commonwealth attorney admitted to trading leniency for sexual favors and methamphetamine, federal prosecutors said Friday. The ...

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A year out from legal medical marijuana, legislature makes final updates

FRANKFORT — Kentucky is a year closer to legalized medical marijuana, and the state legislature is making its ...

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Winchester area organizations receive combined $770,000 from giving challenge

By Warren Taylor, The Winchester Sun WINCHESTER — The Leeds Center for the Arts downtown is known for ...

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Cameron, Kelley Paul return to BG ahead of election

By JAKE MOORE, Bowling Green Daily News Attorney General Daniel Cameron can’t seem to get enough of Warren ...

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From coal mine to solar project: Eastern Kentucky to get $1 billion investment in renewable energy

HAZARD — Years ago, during the coal economy downturn, Rocky Adkins walked out of the doors of Starfire ...

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Legislators approve contract for study on higher education, potential university in SE KY

A comprehensive study of Kentucky higher education, including an analysis into a potential university in the southeastern region, ...

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‘Four more years’: Gov. Beshear makes first BG campaign stop

Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s first Bowling Green campaign stop gave new meaning to standing room only. Friday night ...

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Four Kentucky cops charged in fatal Breonna Taylor raid

The federal government filed civil rights charges Thursday against four Louisville police officers over the drug raid that ...

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