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WASHINGTON (AP) - Women with military experience - many of them combat veterans - are among the record number of female candidates running for...
Kentucky's agriculture commissioner plans to announce an initiative to combat hunger.
Kentucky's criminal ban on medical marijuana is being challenged in a lawsuit that says its use could help combat the state's opioid addiction woes.
Gov. Matt Bevin is urging people to "put their faith to work" by forming small prayer groups that walk some of Louisville's highest-crime neighborhoods.
A House committee has advanced a bill to combat Kentucky's drug-addiction problems by taking aim at drug dealers and the overprescribing of painkillers.
On Friday, Attorney General Andy Beshear, along with Catholic Charities of Louisville, announced that federal grant funds totaling $1.5 million dollars will be coming to the state to support new solutions in the fight against human trafficking.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy is giving three northern Kentucky counties a boost in fighting illegal drugs.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles is launching an initiative to combat hunger.
A statement from Fort Campbell says U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter plans to speak to soldiers at the Army post.
About 100 soldiers are returning to Fort Campbell over the next few days.
Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass (LACBG,) along with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, will host the fourth annual Warrior Adventure Deer Hunt in Woodford Co. on November 20-22.
More than 7,000 combat boots are being displayed at the 101st Airborne Division headquarters at Fort Campbell, honoring active duty service members who have died since the 9/11 attacks.
Federal drug policy officials have chosen Kentucky to share in a $2.5 million federal grant to help combat the heroin surge in states.
A Fort Campbell brigade formed from several units that date back to the Vietnam era is being inactivated during a ceremony this week.
The Pentagon lifted its nearly 20-year ban on military women in direct combat Thursday. And one Kentucky cadet said she may take advantage of that.