'600-lb Life' star James Bonner found dead in South Carolina

Authorities say a reality television star from the series "My 600-lb Life" has been found dead at a South Carolina home
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1 suspect arrested, 2nd sought, after NYC subway stabbing

Police say a man was stabbed on a subway train under midtown Manhattan overnight, and one suspect is under arrest as they look for another
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10th Kentucky city passes ordinance against discrimination

An LGBTQ advocacy organization says Maysville has become Kentucky's tenth city to pass a fairness ordinance
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2 Confederate statues moved to Lexington cemetery

Kentucky's second-largest city has moved two Confederate statues to the Lexington Cemetery
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2nd person dies in South Carolina apartment shooting

A second person has died after a shooting at an apartment complex in South Carolina last week
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4 new state fishing records set in Nebraska this summer

Four new state fishing records have been set in Nebraska
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4 Republicans, 3 Democrats seek South Carolina Senate nods

Four Republicans and three Democrats are seeking their parties' nomination for a vacant state Senate seat in South Carolina
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5 being inducted in Marshall journalism Hall of Fame

Five graduates of Marshall University's W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications are being inducted into the school's Hall of Fame this month
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94-year-old who taught herself how to fly receives medal

When Mary Pat Shely was young, she taught herself to fly in a Piper Cub bought for her by her father; on Sunday, she was given a Congressional Gold Medal for her service in the Civil Air Patrol during World War II
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A boy and his toys: Teen has toy store in N Carolina

The small, cozy space at 29 W. Third St. may have a different name, but toys are still the main game
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A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials

A roundup of recent editorials in Michigan newspapers
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Air conditioning outage reported at Oklahoma prison

The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says there is an air conditioning outage at one of its prisons
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Ambulance service officials plead guilty to fraud

Three people at an eastern Kentucky ambulance service have pleaded guilty to health care fraud for submitting false bills for Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements
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Amid dispute, health system will accept insurance coverage

Mississippi's largest hospital system says it will continue accepting policies from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi patients, despite the lack of agreement on a new contract
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Andy Beshear to make announcement on "future of Kentucky"

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is set to make an announcement Monday "concerning the future of Kentucky."
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Art exhibit has people smushing faces against window to see

At Gallery Hop, see the exhibit people are smushing their face against the window for
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Audit: District inappropriately punished disabled students

An audit says a Kentucky school district removed mentally disabled students from classrooms or suspended them, while recording the absences as voluntary
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Authorities say 2 people died after Adams County collision

Authorities say two people have died after a collision in south-central Nebraska's Adams County
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Baltimore market closed after rat spotted in bakery case

A historic Baltimore market is closed down temporarily after a video posted on social media showed a rat loose in a bakery's display case
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Blast injures 3 during estate sale in Kentucky

Fire officials say three people were injured in an explosion during an estate sale at a house in Kentucky's second-largest city
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Body identified of man missing in Red River Gorge for days

Officials say a body found in Red River Gorge has been identified as an Ohio man who had gone missing about four days ago
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Bookstore owner calls 911 when customer confronts Bannon

A Virginia bookstore owner called police after he says a customer began harassing former White House strategist Steve Bannon in his shop
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Chemical company to move corporate from Kentucky to Delaware

A specialty chemicals company and Kentucky mainstay has announced it will move its corporate headquarters to Delaware
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Child shot after being left alone in vehicle with gun

Authorities say a South Carolina man has been arrested after a child shot another child in his vehicle after he left them alone
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Child struck by University of Kentucky freshman's car dies

A four-year-old boy struck by a University of Kentucky freshman's car has died
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Controversial Kentucky mural reimagined in a 'divine space'

"There is not a man under the canopy of heaven, that does not know that slavery is wrong for him": This line, from a Frederick Douglass speech is now emblazoned around the domed ceiling of the University of Kentucky's Memorial Hall entryway.
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Coroner rules infant death homicide; police investigating

A Kentucky coroner has ruled the death of a 4-month-old infant as homicide and police say they are investigating
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Coroner: Inmate dies after lawn mower overturned on him

Authorities say a Kentucky federal prison inmate who started a 15-month sentence two weeks ago has died
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Correction: Election 2018-Kentucky Ads story

Correction: Election 2018-Kentucky Ads story
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Correction: Publisher Steps Down story

Correction: Publisher Steps Down story
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County attorney sues state for ending child support contract

A Kentucky county attorney has sued the state Cabinet for Health and Family Services for ending its contract with him to collect child support payments
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County attorney, accused of making threats, blames politics

Kentucky has ended a local elected official's contract to collect child support payments after determining he threatened to burn down the governor's home and "choke to death" a state employee
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Couple wouldn't have met if it hadn't been for Burt Reynolds

Melissa Rae Wilkeson unfurls the aqua colored T-shirt with the well-traveled theater slogan, "I can't, I have rehearsal."
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Court ruling reinstates fraud conviction for Kentucky doctor

The health care fraud conviction of a Kentucky doctor accused of performing unnecessary heart procedures has been reinstated
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Dealership replaces car flipped by celebrating Kentucky fans

A man's car fell victim to celebrating University of Kentucky fans, and has been replaced by a local dealership
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Deputies name suspect in rural South Carolina shooting

Sheriff's deputies have obtained a murder warrant against a suspect in the death of a man found shot in a rural part of South Carolina earlier this week
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Deputies: Woman assaults boyfriend for changing TV channel

Sheriff's deputies in North Carolina have accused a woman of biting her boyfriend after he changed the channel she was watching
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Doctor's conviction upheld in Social Security fraud scheme

A federal appeals panel has upheld the conviction of a Kentucky psychologist charged alongside a lawyer who pleaded guilty in a more than $500 million Social Security fraud scheme
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Downed trees, tractor-trailer fire cause long traffic delays

Authorities say downed trees from a strong storm and a tractor-trailer that caught fire caused long delays for motorists headed southbound on an interstate between Lexington and Richmond in central Kentucky
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Drop in black freshman enrollment raises concern at UK

University of Kentucky officials are expressing concern over a double-digit drop in the number of black freshmen enrolled at the school
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Electrical worker from Alabama dies at Tennessee job site

Authorities say an electrical worker from Alabama has died in Tennessee
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Ex-school employee pleads guilty to rape, sodomy

Authorities say a former Kentucky school employee accused of having sex with an underage student has pleaded guilty to rape and sodomy charges
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Fate of South Carolina man who killed baby undecided 9 years

The fate of a man convicted of killing his 4-month-old daughter in 2001 remains unknown because a judge never did a routine review of a ruling he made nine years ago
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Federal jury convicts Kentucky man for fraud

A federal jury has convicted a southern Kentucky man of ripping off investors by lying about potential profits from oil and gas wells
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Fighting sex abuse in Olympic sports a difficult task

Equestrian judge assault case highlights confusion in curtailing Olympic sex abuse
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Flight 93 chime tower an 'everlasting concert by our heroes'

A wind chime tower is in place at the national memorial to the crew and passengers killed when terrorists crashed a hijacked plane into a Pennsylvania field on Sept. 11, 2001
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Funeral home left body rot in system that protects homes

When Mary Alice Pitts Moore died at the age of 63, her family scraped together whatever cash they could to hold a proper funeral
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GOP congressman ready to welcome Trump to Kentucky

Embroiled in a tough re-election fight, Republican U.S. Rep. Andy Barr showed no hesitation in welcoming a campaign visit from President Donald Trump, brushing off the latest headlines showing legal turmoil for two of the president's former confidants
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Governor gives state GOP $20k, has tax debts in other states

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has donated a combined $20,000 to the state Republican Party while his family businesses' have tax debts in neighboring states
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Hepatitis A continues to spread around Kentucky

Health officials say hepatitis A is continuing to spread around Kentucky
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