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By Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press
Kentucky's governor has vetoed a bill that would bar transgender girls and women from participating in school sports matching their gender identity from sixth grade through college.
By Dylan Lovan, Associated Press
Hundreds of potential jurors who gathered at a Louisville courthouse on Friday will learn whether they could be chosen for the only criminal trial over the botched police raid that left Breonna Taylor dead.
By PBS NewsHour
The tornadoes that swept through the midsouth region one week ago left thousands homeless and killed at least 77 people in Kentucky alone. It was the single worst tornado disaster in that state’s history. This weekend charities, churches and government…
By John Hanna, Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press
The victims included grandmothers, veterans and in some cases, multiple members of a single family. On one street in Bowling Green, Kentucky, 12 people died — eight of them children.
By Sean Murphy, Associated Press
After suffering through what is believed to be the worst tornado in Kentucky history, the tight-knit community of Mayfield now faces the daunting task of rebuilding.
The survivors claim Mayfield Consumer Products demonstrated "flagrant indifference" by refusing to allow employees to go home early.
By Alexandra Jaffe, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — For the fifth time since taking office less than a year ago, President Joe Biden is taking on the grim task of visiting an area ravaged by natural disaster to offer comfort and condolences. Biden…
By Lynsey Jeffery
Powerful tornadoes that ripped through western Kentucky and parts of Illinois, Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee over the weekend have left dozens dead and destroyed homes and livelihoods.
By Bruce Schreiner, Dylan Lovan, Associated Press
Officials struggled Monday to restore services after a swarm of twisters leveled neighborhoods and killed dozens of people in five states.
By Bruce Schreiner, Claire Galofaro, Associated Press
Kentucky's governor said that at least 64 people were killed in the state during a devastating cluster of tornadoes.
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