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A Kentucky school teacher who moonlights as an Uber driver to make ends meet is being featured in a political ad sharply critical of Gov. Matt Bevin and supportive of his opponent in the gubernatorial race, Democrat Andy Beshear.


UPS plans to invest $750 million and add 1,000 jobs in Kentucky with a list of projects over the next few years.

Andy Beshear, Matt Bevin, official photos


Did you  miss today's Kentucky Gubernatorial Debate, hosted by the Paducah Chamber of Commerce?

You can listen to the whole debate here. 


From the Associated Press:

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and Democratic challenger Andy Beshear bickered over legalizing casino gambling during an hourlong debate in western Kentucky.


The Tennessee Department of Agriculture says a disease that kills sassafras trees has been detected in Dickson and Montgomery counties.

Kentucky State Police / Facebook

Police say two officers conducting a traffic stop in western Kentucky exchanged gunfire with the driver, who was killed.


A former police officer in Kentucky is charged with raping and impregnating an underage relative more than four decades ago.

Mitch McConnell, Facebook

Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that Senate rules would require him to take up any articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump if approved by the House, swatting down talk that the GOP-controlled chamber could dodge the matter entirely.

Fort Campbell 101st Airborne Division Patch, wikimedia commons

  Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division are returning to Kentucky this week after nine months in Iraq.


Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate rose slightly in August.

Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

Apple on Tuesday deepened its ties with a Kentucky manufacturing plant by awarding $250 million to support Corning Inc.'s continued work to develop glass for iPhones and other devices.