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Update: Gov. Bevin's comments have drawn fire from Kentucky Democrats. See below.  

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says blood might be shed if Democrat Hillary Clinton is elected president.  

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A new Tennessee law allows authorized pharmacists to dispense the overdose antidote naloxone. Tennessee Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner says administering the drug can reverse opioid effects and prevent death in many cases, allowing time for the person to receive further medical treatment. 

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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked Kentucky Republicans to pray for his party to maintain control amid what he calls a "challenging" election cycle. 

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A multi-state coal company is shutting down their last active mine in Kentucky. 

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The federal government says Kentucky's proposal to overhaul its Medicaid program is complete, and the 30-day period for public comments will now begin.

The Kentucky Arts Council says teachers and administrators can apply to participate in a new program that will bring professional artists into schools.

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Update 4:06 pm: Two of the five injured soldiers are being treated at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. The other three were treated at the base hospital and later released. 

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A western Kentucky clerk has removed a painting of the Ten Commandments from her office, after being told it violated a Supreme Court ruling banning religious establishment displays in government courthouses.

Last month, the Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to Trigg County clerk Carmen Finley saying that her display breaches separation of church and state.  

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Kentuckians planning to plant trees can order seedlings from the state Division of Forestry. The agency says there are more than 50 species of trees from which to choose, including bald cypress, black walnut, white oak, yellow-poplar, dogwood and redbud. 

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Republicans in Kentucky's 1st Congressional District have nominated James Comer for a special election to replace U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield. 

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