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A Kentucky man faces 34 new charges after authorities said he drove a garbage truck into oncoming traffic on Interstate 24.

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Archaeology camps are being offered for children at the site of an ancient Native American village in far western Kentucky.

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Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear will be back in court in August as the Kentucky Supreme Court weighs in on whether the governor’s attempted overhaul of the University of Louisville trustee board last summer was legal.

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Louisville Congressman John Yarmuth is asking the federal Department of Health and Human Services for an update on Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin’s Medicaid expansion changes.

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State funding for Kentucky's public colleges and universities will be determined by how many and what types of degrees its students earn under a policy finalized by state regulators.

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U.S. Congressman James Comer says he is "disappointed" in President Donald Trump's new restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba. But, he said he is encouraged to see American agriculture as a priority for future U.S-Cuba engagement. 

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is pairing with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) to roll out the Transportation Mechanic Apprenticeship Program (TMAP) this fall.

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Coal and natural gas may dominate the Ohio Valley’s energy but the region also has a long history with nuclear power. Some Kentucky officials hope a new law might help the struggling industry get back some of its old glow.

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The average cost of a four-year degree in Kentucky will be more than $39,000 this fall after state regulators approved tuition increases at all but two of the state's public universities.

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Close the book on this year's legislative session in Tennessee: Gov. Bill Haslam has no more bills or resolutions awaiting his consideration.

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