Slides shown during the training lesson described Hispanic people as being "more fatalistic" than middle-class Americans, according to a Kentucky weekly.
The director said he skirted the rules by moving the pumps in cleaner parts of the mine to lower the dust readings.
A woman faces charges of arson and criminal mischief after she placed a lit cigarette on paper products surrounding the pantry.
Jefferson County Sheriff John Aubrey said he found the disclosure about two of his officers "shocking and very disappointing."
The Senate Minority Leader was one of 19 Republican senators who voted in favor of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan package.
The woman reportedly stabbed her cousin multiple times after demanding that he leave her property.
The former president has made many disparaging comments about his fellow Republican in recent months.
Investigators in Laurel County, Kentucky, rescued a missing 16-year-old girl during a traffic stop in which they arrested a 61-year-old man.
The states argue that the federal government is overreaching its authority with its COVID vaccination requirement for businesses with at least 100 employees.
More footage of homecoming activities at Hazard High School contradicts previous assurances that a lap dancing incident involving the principal was one-off.
An investigation was launched following the Hazard High School "inappropriate student-led activities" that took place during homecoming week festivities.
Aside from a few scrapes and bruises, the young child was deemed OK and released to his parents after getting examined by EMS workers.
"You'd have to be a fool to think this isn't happening," Republican Thomas Massie wrote in a tweet.
"After every election, I was asked how long I intended to serve, but I never had an answer. Today I do. This term will be my last," Rep. John Yarmuth said.
Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron appealed to the Supreme Court to have a law restricting an abortion procedure unblocked that had been banned by two lower courts.
"More help is on the way to households without broadband," said FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel.
General Motors announced on Thursday that its U.S. facilities would be carbon neutral by 2025, five years ahead of schedule.
The spend is the largest manufacturing investment in Ford Motor Company's 118-year history and signals a new, electrified chapter for the brand.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare, the largest employer in Northern Kentucky, is mandating its thousands of employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by November.
"That is horrifying and devastating, and we're gonna throw all of our resources into finding out who did this," LMPD Major Shannon Laude said on Wednesday.
"We don't know if it was an owner who couldn't afford care, but it was clear he was medically neglected for a very long time and never received vaccines," Andrea Blair said.
Samantha Wendell had been wary of getting vaccinated due to false claims that the shots could cause infertility.
The new variant's additional mutations could give it an advantage in transmission, replication and immune suppression.
"It's really hard to convince people to stay in a community where they don't think they'll have access to clean drinking water," Elizabeth Klein said.
The Republican-led legislature banned any other statewide mask rules until June 2023 but gave individual districts the power to decide whether or not to require masks.
"Now in Kentucky, one-third of new cases are under age 18," said emergency room physician Dr. Ryan Stanton.
Thanks to the discovery by researchers, the Mammoth Cave system in Kentucky now officially has 420 known miles of passages.
Customs agents in Louisville said that if the watches were real, they'd be worth more than $50 million.
Bill Bailey, a custodian at the Lee County Elementary school, became the second school staffer to die from the coronavirus on Sunday.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, retired General Michael Flynn and attorney Lin Wood were among the Kentucky event's slated speakers.