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The Kentucky attorney general's office says state police violated the state's open-records law by refusing to turn over a copy of bodycam video from the fatal shooting of a suspect by municipal police.

Nicole Erwin | Ohio Valley ReSource

A death in a Nevada hospital made national headlines this month because the patient’s infection could not be treated with any of the antibiotics doctors usually rely on. Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem. Part of the solution could come from farms. Starting this month a new rule limits the antibiotics used on livestock. Ohio Valley ReSource agriculture reporter Nicole Erwin and WFPL’s health reporter Lisa Gillespie teamed up to learn more about this effort to stop “superbugs.”

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Kentuckians were among the hundreds of thousands of people who traveled to Washington D.C. this weekend. Some attended President Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday and others were there for the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, protesting Trump’s attitudes toward women and minorities.

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Cornhole, a game made popular in backyards and at football tailgate parties, is holding its world championships in Kentucky this summer.

J. Tyler Franklin

The University of Louisville's board of trustees has elected a new chairman and appointed an interim school president in its first meeting since being formed by Gov. Matt Bevin.

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Federal prosecutors say a business owner has pleaded guilty for his role in a conspiracy that included kickbacks and concealment of costs associated with work performed on the Fulton County Detention Center expansion project.

Ebony Clark, WKMS

As thousands of demonstrators joined the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, a similar march in far western Kentucky drew hundreds of people from diverse backgrounds to Murray. Ebony Clark and Taylor Inman bring this audio postcard:

U of L Board Appoints Greg Postel Interim President

Jan 21, 2017
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The new University of Louisville board of trustees moved quickly Saturday morning to fill an impending leadership void.

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Hundreds of thousands of people from across the U.S. descended on the National Mall in the nation’s capitol Saturday for the Women’s March on Washington. A small, but energized group from far western Kentucky joined them. Matt Markgraf spoke with some of the women who made the journey.

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The Appalachian Regional Commission has approved a $100,000 grant for Operation UNITE to continue fighting drug abuse in southern and eastern Kentucky. 

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