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A Japanese metal manufacturer is setting up shop in Hopkinsville.

Martin Police Department, Facebook

A teenager was arrested on felony charges after saying Tuesday he placed a bomb in Westview High School in Martin, Tennessee.

Kentucky Emergency Management Area 1 Office

Emergency management officials in west Kentucky say people should be mindful of quick-flooding during two storms this week.

The National Weather Service is expecting between five to seven inches of rain through Sunday.

Senator Lamar Alexander, Facebook

  Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander says he was disappointed when Sen. Bob Corker decided not to seek re-election and they have talked about his decision whether to reconsider. But Alexander claims he hasn't urged Corker to run again and is "staying out of it."

Rhonda Miller, WKYU

It’s Monday evening, the time every week when a few residents of Ohio County, Kentucky gather at The Hub in the small town of Hartford for coding boot camp.  Coding is a precise set of instructions that tells a computer what to do.

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A west Kentucky teenager faces terroristic threatening and drug charges after allegedly joking on social media that he would bomb Todd County Central High School and shoot a student. 

Jacob Ryan, WFPL/Kentucky Public Radio

Members of the Kentucky House and Senate are expected to see a new public employee pension reform bill this week. It’s likely to be quite different from the proposal offered by Gov. Matt Bevin and GOP leaders last fall.

Stu Johnson, WEKU

Kentucky lawmakers are being asked to make significant changes in the state’s criminal justice system. Much of the formal capitol rotunda announcement Tuesday focused on ways to reduce prison populations and save taxpayer dollars.

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The National Rifle Association is rallying members after a Kentucky billboard was spray-painted with the message "Kill the NRA."

David Benbennick, Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain

A former Livingston County Circuit Court Clerk has been sentenced to five years probation for abuse of public trust. 

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