Governor has role in Davis statue’s removal from Capitol Saturday

Having led the push to take down a statue of Jefferson Davis, Kentucky's governor had a ceremonial role in its removal from the state Capitol.
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People react to Jefferson Davis statue removal

State leaders have been debating the fate of the Jefferson Davis statue in the Capitol Rotunda for more than a week.

Fort Campbell celebrates return of 101st Airborne soldiers

There was a ceremony Thursday celebrating the return and redeployment of soldiers at Fort Campbell.

Presses stopped: Kentucky newspaper switches to online only

The Glasgow Daily Times reported Tuesday’s print edition was its last

Maxfield injured in work, to miss 2020 Kentucky Derby

Maxfield suffered a non-displaced condylar fracture Wednesday at Keeneland

Mammoth Cave reopens 1 self-guided tour

Park has also reopened visitor center, gift shops and campgrounds

Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky: Strong words about Floyd’s death

Paul referred to George Floyd's death as murder

Kentucky Derby Museum Open for Business

The Kentucky Derby Museum has reopened to the public with enhanced Covid-19 safety guidelines.

State Fair allowed to return with coronavirus modifications

The Kentucky State Fair in Louisville gets to return this summer with restrictions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 for people at the fair.

Mother of restaurant owner killed during Louisville protest wants apology from city

The mother of a Louisville restaurant owner killed during a protest last week is calling on city officials to apologize for her son's death.

Crews remove confederate John B. Castleman statue in Louisville

A controversial confederate statue has come down in Louisville.

Men in suits march in honor of George Floyd in Cincinnati

Several Northern Kentucky men of color and supporters donned suits Saturday morning for a demonstration in Cincinnati.

Faced with making food for state troopers, Ohio workers walk out

Four restaurant workers have sparked a conversation about free expression in the workplace after they refused to help fill a food order for the Ohio Highway Patrol as it policed race protests.

Officials urge Louisville protesters to get tested for coronavirus

Health officials in Kentucky’s largest city are urging protesters to get tested for the coronavirus.

Black faith leaders issue statement to local leaders

LEXINGTON, KY (WTVQ)- Lexington black faith leaders are challenging local government for change and reform; and not just with law enforcement practices. Nearly 100 people...

Family of man killed by police amid protests demands answers

The family of a Louisville man killed in a clash with law enforcement says he was protecting his restaurant amid chaos caused when officers began pelting people with pepper balls.

Southern Baptists see 13th year of membership decline

Southern Baptist Convention membership declined by more than 287,000 people from 2018-to-2019.
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Some Louisville police stage protest, walking out on mayor

Some Louisville Police officers walked out on the mayor to express their frustration amid demonstrations in the city over police interactions with African Americans.

Legislative committee hears ideas for change

Discussion on no-knock warrants and Gov. Beshear's emergency powers

Man arraigned in Bowling Green double murder

Deaths were in December 2018

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