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A man has been sentenced to three years in jail for driving through a Memorial Day cross display in western Kentucky. 

The Gleaner reports 28-year-old Anthony Burrus of Henderson was sentenced Monday on charges of criminal mischief and leaving the scene of an accident. 

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West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin says President-elect Donald Trump has assured him he will help fight to secure long-term benefits for retired miners who face the loss of health care benefits this spring.

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The search for Western Kentucky University's next president is narrowing with the current number of candidates under consideration dropping to four. 

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Kentucky's highest court has agreed to fast track a lawsuit between the state's Republican governor and Democratic attorney general over the leadership of the University of Louisville. 

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A popular rest stop on the Wendell Ford-Western Kentucky Parkway closed over the weekend. The Beaver Dam rest area, located at mile marker 75 in Ohio County, was a well known stop for western Kentucky drivers making trips to Louisville, Lexington and Frankfort. 

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Governor Matt Bevin says all of the bills approved by the state legislature will go into effect Monday. The state legislature passed seven bills during a rare Saturday session. 

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Justice reform groups have filed a lawsuit over a Tennessee law they say punishes the poor by revoking driver's licenses due to unpaid court fines.

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 Two  anti-abortion bills took the floor on Thursday for the Kentucky Senate and House of Representatives.

 

The Senate has passed a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.

 

 

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Legislation reforming how labor unions and union dues operate moved through both chambers of the Kentucky legislature Thursday. Here's what cleared the House and Senate: 

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Republican state Senator Mark Green of Ashland City near Clarksville is the first among a bevy of potential candidates to take a formal step toward entering the Tennessee governor's race in 2018. 

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