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On election day, the Kentucky legislature will ask voters a yes or no question:

"Are you in favor of providing constitutional rights to victims of crime, including the right to be treated fairly, with dignity and respect, and the right to be informed and to have a voice in the judicial process?"

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The owners of a southern Kentucky horse racing track want to expand their Simpson County facility and build a new one near Fort Campbell.

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The Catholic Diocese of Owensboro says it has received 66 sexual abuse allegations since it was founded in 1937. 

The diocese released newly compiled statistics on Monday showing that the accusations were against 27 priests, 11 of whom were deceased at the time the claims were made. 

The diocese released the information in a news release.

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A new study shows Kentucky is among the top 10 states in the nation where women are murdered by men. Women in intimate partner relationships are especially vulnerable.

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Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. is the deadline to register to vote in the November general election in Kentucky.

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The Murray State University Board of Regents Subcommittee on Dining Services approved on Monday moving forward with a contract for outsourcing campus dining.


The state’s first flu-related death for the new influenza season has occurred in Lexington.

In the 19th century, Charles Darwin presented a theory of evolution that is still widely accepted and taught today. Natural selection and "survival of the fittest" categorizes species into 'weak' and 'strong' groups, with the latter carrying over into following generations and the former dying out. Michael Bordieri, professor of psychology at Murray State University, visits Sounds Good to discuss a new evolutionary theory that promotes collaboration and harmony between all 'strength' levels of species.

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A statewide program that provides home visits to new and expectant parents received $7.5 million from the federal government, the Cabinet for Health and Family Services announced on Friday.

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Health officials are urging the community to get a hepatitis A vaccine.