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A Kentucky police department says it's reviewing a traffic stop involving a black college president after accusations that it was racially motivated.

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Gov. Bill Haslam's office says the median household income in Tennessee grew by 5.8 percent in 2017 compared to 2016.

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The Trump administration’s decision to lower the cap on refugees admitted into the U.S. is calling into question the future of refugee resettlement in Bowling Green. The administration announced Monday it’s reducing the refugee cap to a record low of 30,000. The International Center of Kentucky was planning to resettle about 400 refugees this year, but now it may not be able to bring in even half of that.  

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The U.S. Senate has approved a bipartisan package to address the nation’s opioid crisis with more resources for addiction treatment and recovery and an emphasis on stopping the flow of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl.

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An ethics panel issued an advisory opinion saying that Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes can’t run for statewide office and serve as the chair of the bipartisan board that oversees elections.

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The University of Kentucky has suspended a student and the fraternity he pledged after the death of a 4-year-old boy hit by the student's car.

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Federal, state and local law enforcement officials announced on Tuesday in Mayfield the first round of indictments from a collaborative effort to crack down on crime in the region. 

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Maker's Mark has announced a change at the top of its bourbon production team in Kentucky.

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The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security is awarding nearly $467,000 in federal grants to communities in west Kentucky as part of a statewide effort to combat terrorism.

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A hemp product manufacturer has been approved for a “light industrial operation” in downtown Paducah.

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