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Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton will lead a state delegation on an aerospace trade and business trip to Canada next month.

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Tennessee lawmakers have passed a bill to require public schools to prominently display the national motto, "In God We Trust." It would take effect immediately if Republican Gov. Bill Haslam signs it.

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Reports of sexual misconduct nearly doubled from 2016 to 2017 at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. 

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Kentucky could soon begin charging a fee for multiple disabled parking placards. The state Senate passed House bill 81 on Wednesday. The bill would charge $10 for a duplicate disabled parking placard.

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Kentucky could become the only state in the country without access to a poison control center.

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  A special election in Kentucky to replace a state representative who killed himself last year includes both the man's widow and a retired teacher who held the seat for six years.

Voters in House District 49 go to the polls today to choose between Democrat Linda Belcher and Republican Rebecca Johnson.

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Kentucky's Labor Cabinet says it saved companies up to $434,000 in potential fines by conducting five on-site visits last month for employers across the state.  As a result of the free, on-site visits, also known as "consultative surveys," the cabinet says employers corrected 62 serious violations.

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Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles plans to announce an initiative to combat hunger today.  The Ag Department says Quarles will unveil a program at the Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference in Lexington that creates economic incentives to provide fresh local produce for residents in need.  Quarles formed a statewide Hunger Task Force in 2016 to address the problem at a time when food banks were struggling to keep up with demand.

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  Conservative activists and legislators pressing a lawsuit against publicly funded abortions in Illinois are seeking an emergency injunction to prevent the law from taking effect Monday.

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  The Kentucky Labor Cabinet says workplaces have recorded the lowest nonfatal injury rate in state history.

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