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Hundreds of soldiers based at Fort Campbell are deploying to southwest Asia.

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A former judge-executive in western Kentucky has pleaded guilty to multiple charges that include bank fraud, wire fraud and making false statements on loan applications. 

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Republican candidates for Tennessee governor aren't wasting much time in taking aim at each other. 

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Tennessee officials hope a new state law will end legal disputes between emergency communications districts and telecommunications companies over 911 fee collections.


Austin Peay University's new board of trustees has dismissed a complaint of gender discrimination in hiring.

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Kentucky State Police think they have the best-looking ride around, and they hope residents agree enough to vote for their cruiser in a competition.

Democrat Craig Fitzhugh is joining the race for Tennessee governor.

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Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear has released his individual tax incomes and has called on Republican Gov. Matt Bevin to do the same. 

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A Kentucky judge says the state's death penalty law is unconstitutional for defendants who were under the age of 21 when they allegedly committed their crimes.

A federal judge is ordering the nation's largest public utility to dig up coal ash at a Tennessee power plant and move it to a lined waste site where it doesn't risk further polluting the Cumberland River.