Kentucky

Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting

  • Ky. Still Can’t Waive Unemployment Overpayment Debt

    The most recent federal coronavirus relief package finally grants states that option, but it will have no effect in Kentucky. That’s because debt forgiveness still isn’t allowed under state law. The post Ky. Still Can’t Waive Unemployment Overpayment Debt appeared first on Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.

  • While Women Make Gains In Police Jobs, Ky. Agencies Are Increasingly Male

    Women are making strides in police forces across the country. But in Kentucky, progress remains distant. The post While Women Make Gains In Police Jobs, Ky. Agencies Are Increasingly Male appeared first on Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.

  • Our COVID-19 Tracker Gives You County-Level Data On The Coronavirus

    Since Kentucky’s first COVID-19 patient was confirmed nearly a month ago, cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus have continued to increase in the state. Along with that increase in cases comes an increase in questions: How many cases are there around me? How many people in my community have died? How do The post Our COVID-19 Tracker Gives You County-Level Data On The Coronavirus appeared first on Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.

Southerly

Northern Kentucky Tribune

Ohio Valley ReSource

  • Driven Off The Road And Assaulted: Animal Rights Group Confronts Alleged Cockfighting In Southeastern Ohio

    Members of an Illinois-based animal protection group say one of their members was assaulted and another was driven off the road recently after confronting a suspected cockfighting event in southeastern Ohio.  Animal rights activist Steve Hindi said his group Showing Animals Respect & Kindness, or SHARK, received a tip from the group’s hotline about a The post Driven Off The Road And Assaulted: Animal Rights Group Confronts Alleged Cockfighting In Southeastern Ohio appeared first on Ohio Valley ReSource.

  • After ‘Dark Day’ In Washington, Ohio Valley Lawmakers And Residents Who Were There Take Stock

    Owensboro, Kentucky, pastor Brian Gibson spoke at an event in Washington, D.C., Tuesday that combined religion with support for President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the results of the election.   “How many of you all believe that the people we elected are going to do what’s right tomorrow?” Gibson asked the crowd at Washington’s Freedom The post After ‘Dark Day’ In Washington, Ohio Valley Lawmakers And Residents Who Were There Take Stock appeared first on Ohio Valley ReSource.

WFPL Louisville

Hoptown Chronicle

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