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Kentucky's Republican governor is proposing spending cuts of more than 6 percent across most of state government. 

Stu Johnson, WEKU News

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray has offered his eighth ‘State of the City’ address to city, civic, and business leaders Tuesday.  The two term mayor spent much time recapping his seven years in office.

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A group of attorneys general for 21 states and the District of Columbia has sued to block the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net-neutrality rules. 

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Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation to change the climate for women in Illinois prisons.

Angela Rowlett Lampe

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says crews have improved driving conditions along major roadways after a late night plowing A and B routes.

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation via Facebook

A report from the state comptroller's office says the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation used reserves over the last four years to avoid layoffs and operational gaps due to budget cuts required by Gov. Bill Haslam's administration.

J. Tayler Franklin, WFPL

Gov. Matt Bevin said he will take away Medicaid expansion coverage from about half a million Kentuckians if a court blocks Medicaid changes that were approved last week.

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An event billed as a “community conversation” about sexual assault, abuse, and harassment is being held Wednesday night in Owensboro. Organizers are hoping to capitalize on the many recent cases of women coming forward with accounts of facing sexual abuse.

ALIX MATTINGLY

  Four Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have waived an initial hearing before an ethics commission investigating their involvement in a secret sexual harassment settlement.

The Healing Place, Facebook

  Louisville’s largest addiction recovery center is expanding. Officials with the Healing Place unveiled phase one of the project Tuesday.

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