Bevin Official Tells Congress Kentucky’s New Medicaid System Will Be Streamlined

A top advisor for Gov. Matt Bevin is revealing details on the new system that will help Medicaid enrollees track and meet almost all of Kentucky’s new requirements rolling out in July.

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The Kentucky and Ontario Chambers of Commerce released a statement on Wednesday in support of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

A sudden shift in the Earth's rotation wreaks havoc over the globe as days and nights grow longer, gravity is affected, and the environment is thrown into disarray. Author of Age of Miracles, Karen Thompson Walker, visits Sounds Good to discuss her novel about coming of age against the backdrop of an utterly altered world. 

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A mobile home fire has claimed the lives of a father and son in Union County.

Ryland Barton

After Republican leaders of the state Senate scrapped a critical vote to change retirement benefits for public workers last week, it’s unclear when or if the legislation will come back up for a vote.

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The Kentucky Senate has voted 27 to 11 in favor of free speech legislation regarding the state’s public colleges and universities. 

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Legislation to allow for commercial truck platooning along Kentucky interstates continues to move on down the general assembly ‘bill highway.’ The Senate measure prompted questions from members of the House Transportation Committee on Tuesday.

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A Tennessee House subcommittee has approved legislation with in-state tuition for public college students whose parents brought or kept them in the country illegally.


U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is returning to Kentucky and will meet with families of overdose victims.

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A Kentucky police officer has been fatally shot while on duty.

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In a recently released court video, Capt. Matt Hilbrecht of the Marshall County, Kentucky, Sheriff’s office testifies about his interrogation of Gabriel Parker, the 15-year-old accused of a mass shooting at Marshall County High School in January.


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Changing Course: Coal Country Students Working For A Power Switch

Arlie Boggs Elementary sits between Kentucky’s two tallest mountains in a remote area that once had a booming coal economy. Ten years ago there were over a thousand coal miners employed here in Letcher county. Today, there are just 28.

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