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Kentucky Workforce Investment Board

Caldwell County is now a certified ‘Kentucky Work Ready Community.’ Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Secretary Hal Heiner said Friday that Caldwell, Adair and Bourbon Counties now hold the designation.

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The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee has settled a federal lawsuit sparked by a student's t-shirt in support of gay rights. 

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Aug 18, 2016

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A judge says the trial in the case of a western Tennessee woman who was kidnapped and killed will likely be moved from the rural county where she lived. 

MSU Public Relations

Murray State University is now home to an historic, 534-acre farm in Ballard County. Long-time district judge, attorney and farmer Jimmy Don Robinson has donated his farm, known as Eagle Rest Plantation, to benefit the Hutson School of Agriculture.

City of Paducah

The Paducah Board of Commissioners met Tuesday night to discuss the future of revitalization efforts for the city. 

Steve Beshear Office

A Marshall County steel mill is expected to close later this year, leaving more than 100 workers out of a job.  

Calloway County Public Library, Facebook

Sandy Linn speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about upcoming events at the Calloway County Public Library.

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  Two men who spent more than 20 years in prison for what had been labeled as a "satanic" murder in 1992 have been freed after their convictions were vacated by a Kentucky judge. 

via Kentucky State Police

The Kentucky State Police is seeking community assistance in solving a theft of more than $100,000 dollars of equipment stolen from a western Kentucky construction site. 

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