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Sen. Bob Corker says he's not sure if he'll run for re-election. The Tennessee Republican, a sometimes critic of President Donald Trump, said in a statement Monday that "running for re-election has never been automatic for me."

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The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear arguments in six civil cases next week in Frankfort.

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Testimony has ended in a federal trial that could decide whether Kentucky becomes the nation's first state without an abortion facility. The three-day trial ended on Friday in federal court in Louisville. 

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  Kentucky's Republican governor wants to slash some spending by more than 17 percent this year to prevent a $200 million shortfall and protect the state's credit rating. Gov. Matt Bevin's state budget director sent a letter to some state agencies on Friday.

  The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says a section of Interstate 65 South in Louisville will be closed this weekend for safety improvements and maintenance.

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  A west Kentucky high school student has been arrested in what authorities are calling a school shooting plot with other students. The Bowling Green Daily News reports 18-year-old Rosalio Grajeda was arrested Thursday on a felony charge of second-degree terroristic threatening in the reported plan to carry out a school shooting at Bowling Green High School.

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A fire chief and three other volunteer firefighters facing arson charges in Kentucky have entered not guilty pleas. 

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The superintendent of Great Smoky Mountains National Park is heading to Washington temporarily as acting superintendent of National Mall and Memorial Parks.

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Members of the Service Employees International Union Illinois have sued the state of Illinois for failing to make good on pay raises required under the new state budget.

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Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield officials said on Wednesday the company will no longer offer health insurance plans in 61 counties in Kentucky in 2018. 

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