Federal workers in Kentucky protest shutdown

(10 Jan 2019) Employees from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other federal agencies in Kentucky took to the streets to vent their anger at the federal government shutdown. (Jan. 10)

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Mich. family killed in wrong-way crash in Kentucky

(7 Jan 2019) A suspected drunken driver heading the wrong way on Interstate 75 in Kentucky struck a vehicle carrying five family members from Michigan early Sunday, authorities said. All six people in the two vehicles died. (Jan. 7)

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Maddie & Tae become elves on Santa Train

(27 Nov 2018) Country duo Maddie & Tae joined the annual CSX Santa Train this year, which travels 110 miles through Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia to bring Christmas gifts to small towns. (Nov. 27)

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Kentucky man pleads not guilty to Kroger killings

(2 Nov 2018) A white man charged with killing two black shoppers at a Kentucky grocery store pleaded not guilty on Friday as the victims’ relatives looked on. (Nov. 2)

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ShowBiz Minute: Cornell, Oprah, Depp

(2 Nov 2018) Family of singer Chris Cornell sues doctor over his death; Oprah Winfrey urges voters to make history by backing Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams for Georgia governor; Johnny Depp relists Kentucky horse farm with a lower asking price. (Nov. 2)

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US troops arrive in Arizona for border mission

(1 Nov 2018) U.S. troops from Fort Campbell, Kentucky arrived in southern Arizona to help border patrol agents prevent the caravan of migrants that’s slowly moving through Mexico from entering the U.S. (Nov. 1)

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Police: Kroger shooter tried entering black church

(25 Oct 2018) Authorities say the suspect in Wednesday’s deadly shooting at a Kentucky grocery store was earlier seen trying to gain access to a church with an African-American pastor and congregation. The suspect, Gregory Alan Bush, made his first court appearance Thursday. (Oct. 25)

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Police say 2 dead in Kroger shooting in Kentucky

(24 Oct 2018) Police say two people have died in a shooting at a Kroger grocery store on the outskirts of Louisville, Kentucky.(Oct. 24)

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Kentucky’s Medicaid War Is Hurting Low-Income People (HBO)

BEVERLY, Kentucky — When a federal judge struck down Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin’s plan to force Medicaid enrollees to work for benefits in June, Bevin responded by abruptly cutting vision and dental coverage for nearly 500,000 low-income people, claiming the state had no way to pay for them.

The move threw Kentucky’s health system into disarray, and patients arrived at dental clinics unaware that they no longer had coverage.
“I had abscesses that ate into the bone,” said Susan Wells, a patient at the nonprofit Shawnee Christian Healthcare Center in West Louisville. “I’m getting dentures on the top, which is embarrassing to say in front of people, because [it] shows how poor you are when you don’t have teeth.”

Democrats and healthcare advocates criticized the move as vindictive and petty.

“It was clear to us that that [the governor’s] decision was punitive, that it was in retaliation to the court case not going the way that he wanted to, and he chose to take that out on almost half a million
Kentuckians who use that coverage to keep them healthy so that they can work,” said Angela Koch, the state outreach director for an advocacy group Kentucky Voices for Health.

But the Bevin administration insisted the cuts were an “unfortunate consequence” of the judge’s decision to reject the state’s plan to implement a work requirement for some people on Medicaid, a waiver that had been approved by the federal government back in January.

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Coal Miners Are Dying Of Black Lung. A Kentucky Law Could Make It Harder To Claim Benefits (HBO)

COAL RUN, Kentucky — Kentucky is at the center of what experts are calling the worst black lung epidemic on record. But instead of making it easier for miners to get access to health care, Kentucky’s lawmakers passed a law that may soon hinder miners’ ability to obtain workers’ compensation benefits.

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