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The Kentucky State Police is investigating a fatal officer-involved-shooting early Monday morning in Christian County.

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Governor Matt Bevin held a public forum in Cynthiana on Friday and spoke on a variety of issues. Bevin spent more than 20 minutes explaining his position on pension reforms. That was met with strong reaction from public educators in the front row. 

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Nearly 200 Fort Campbell soldiers are en route to North Carolina to assist in Hurricane Florence response and recovery efforts. The 101st Airborne Division said in a release on Friday most of the soldiers are of the 74th Composite Truck Company, 101st Sustainment Brigade.

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A McCracken County High School junior's Eagle Scout project provides access to books in three of Paducah public parks.

Federal Data Shows Scope Of Substance Abuse, Mental Illness

Sep 14, 2018
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The federal government released today a report on substance abuse and mental illness across the country. Dr. Elinor McCance-Katz leads the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. She said there are some positive changes.

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Classical Producer George Eldred spoke with Raffaele Ponti, conductor of the Paducah Symphony Orchestra, about the opening night of the 2018-2019 season this weekend. 

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Republican Sen. Marco Rubio says Democratic former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen is "trying to pull a fast one" on voters by promising to be moderate if he's elected to the Senate.

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Louisville pediatrician Michelle Elisburg recently saw a 10-year-old patient who had started acting out in school, couldn’t stop fidgeting and was exhibiting other behavioral problems. Elisburg thought perhaps the 10-year-old had ADHD, and started the process of diagnosis. But first, she asked the child’s grandmother about what was going on at home.

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The Kentucky Personnel Board will investigate whether Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes broke state law by relying on politics to influence hiring decisions for state workers.

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Wednesday’s Calloway County Public Library Board meeting was no exception to ongoing tensions between the recently-formed board and some members of the community.