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Second Update: Authorities say one of three bodies found in Ohio River was shot in the back of the head. Daviess County Sheriff's Dept. says the body also had ligature marks around the neck.

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A judge has unsealed records from a Kentucky lawsuit against the maker of the prescription painkiller OxyContin, including the secret testimony of a former company president. 

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Tennessee general fund tax collections are beating projections by nearly $700 million through the first month of the budget year. 

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Two billboard companies have refused to display an atheist group’s advertisement protesting the Ark Encounter park in northern Kentucky.

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The American Counseling Association has canceled its plan to hold a conference in Nashville next year in protest of Tennessee passing a counseling law that allows therapists to decline to see patients based on religious values and personal principles.

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State officials in Kentucky collected more than $1 billion dollars in taxes in April, setting a record high. 

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Former state Representative Don Pasley has resigned as an executive adviser to Attorney General Andy Beshear. 

His resignation comes shortly after a newspaper informed Beshear's office that Pasley was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in March. 

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An aluminum extrusion and fabrication facility is locating in Bowling Green, where officials say Kobe Steel Ltd. plans to invest $46.7 million and create 105 jobs. 

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Several underfunded candidates have piled on Democratic front-runner Jim Gray for putting his own money into his campaign for a Republican-held U.S. Senate seat. 

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Kentucky's two most recent governors are feuding over the state's past and its future. 

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