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Threatening Comments Written on Bathroom Wall Prompt Lock-Down at Casey Co. High School

February 25, 2017 |

Local law enforcement and school officials continue to investigate after threatening remarks written on bathroom wall brought about a precautionary lock-down Thursday afternoon at the Casey County High School. Officials say the remarks found on a wall in the girl’s bathroom at the high school were threatening in nature but did not single out any […]

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Kentucky General Assembly’s 2017 Session Passes Halfway Mark

February 25, 2017 |

With the first half of the General Assembly’s 2017 session in the rear view mirror, some of the session’s major bills have already passed into law while matters like criminal justice reform and education initiatives continue to make steady progress through the legislative process. Further work on strengthening the state’s troubled public pension system was […]

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Gang Violence Prevention Bill Passes State House 91-3

February 25, 2017 |

Children ages 11 and 12 and even younger are being recruited by criminal gangs in Kentucky, Rep. Robert Benvenuti told the state House today as he explained his bill to crack down on gangs and gang violence. “It’s about protecting children who are extremely vulnerable in our Commonwealth. Because if you’re dead, there’s nowhere else […]

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Senate Pension Transparency Bill Nears Final Passage

February 24, 2017 |

A bill that could slow the financial hemorrhaging of the state’s public pension systems by improving system transparency and performance advanced Thursday after passing the Kentucky House 99-0. Senate Bill 2, sponsored by Sen. Joe Bowen, R-Owensboro, would provide better oversight of those serving on state retirement system boards, tighten requirements for investment experience, and […]

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Senate Approves Performance-Based Funding Formula for Universities

February 24, 2017 |

Postsecondary education funding would be guided by performance-based measures, such as the number of students receiving degrees, under legislation approved by the Kentucky Senate. Supporters of the legislation say it will phase out a funding model that, instead of basing funding on educational success, bases it on how much a school received in a previous […]

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Randall Luttrell, 32, of Liberty

February 24, 2017 |

Randall Luttrell, age 32, of Liberty, died Wednesday February 22nd, 2017. He was born in Chickasha, OK on April 7th, 1984 a son of Danny Luttrell and Rebecca Wilson. Randall was a Construction Worker. Survivors include: His Father: Danny and (Billye) Luttrell of Liberty, His Mother: Rebecca Wilson of Liberty, Three Brothers: Danny Luttrell Jr […]

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House Votes to Give Landlords Relief Under State Dog Bite Law

February 22, 2017 |

Landlords now held liable when a tenant’s dog bites someone would receive some relief under a bill that advanced Wednesday in the Kentucky House. House Bill 112, sponsored by Rep. Stan Lee, R-Lexington, would effectively remove landlords from liability for their tenants’ dogs under the state’s dog bite laws by redefining a dog owner as […]

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Senate Panel Approves Measure to Increase Options for Kids Who Need Homes

February 22, 2017 |

The Senate Health and Welfare Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would allow children removed from their homes by the state to be placed with a close family friend. House Bill 180 would allow people with emotionally significant relationships to children to be among those with whom a child could be placed in an emergency. […]

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Senate Panel Approves Bill to Make Some Military Surplus Vehicles Street Legal

February 22, 2017 |

In an effort to make it possible for citizens to title and license certain military surplus vehicles like Humvees, the Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday unanimously passed Senate Bill 176. “It is basically taking care of a problem that was brought to me by one of my constituents,” said Sen. Stephen West, R-Paris. West told […]

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Opioid Education Bill Passes House, Heads to Senate

February 22, 2017 |

FRANKFORT—A bill to require lessons for public school students from elementary through high school about the dangers of prescription pain killers and addiction cleared the House Tuesday by a vote of 97-0. Recommendations for a prescription opioid abuse prevention curriculum would be developed by the state Office of Drug Control Policy and published on the […]

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