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A woman was arrested Tuesday in Kentucky on suspicion of selling methamphetamine, and booked wearing a shirt that said, “I <3 CRYSTAL METH.”
“I also want to pass some stuff.”
Stumping for Grimes, Clinton’s pitch to voters is a “referendum on the future.” Clinton, who has been in national politics almost as long as McConnell’s been in office, looks ahead to a “fresh start” in Washington.
A powerful storm spawned tornadoes from Texas to Illinois, killing at least two people and injuring several others.
Alison Lundergan Grimes promises she won’t support amnesty. “She is essentially aligning herself with her opponent.”
A firefighter has died one month after being electrocuted during an ice bucket challenge stunt.
One firefighter is in a critical condition after a fire truck dousing students in ice water touched power lines.
It’s more than a region, it’s a state of mind.
“Boys in plaid pants.” Very important.
Come for the Kentucky Derby. Stay for all the other awesome stuff!
The conservative challenger to Sen. Mitch McConnell has said he didn’t realize the event was to support cockfighting “activists” — even though he indicated he opposed federal criminalization of the practice. Update — April, 25, 2014 2:20 p.m. ET: A statement from the Bevin campaign apologizing to Kentucky voters has been added to this story.
The UConn men’s Huskies defeated the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54 on Monday night to secure the national title, just one year after the Connecticut program was barred from March Madness due to faltering grades.
Ya’ll can’t complain about much after you’ve been through the mud!
The state has requested a stay of the order. [Update, Feb. 28: The judge issued a stay, putting the order on hold, until March 20.]
“I know I’m not the bester listener, but our time together always left us
Kentucky’s constitutional marriage ban treats gays and lesbians in a “way that demeans them,” U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II wrote in his ruling.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” like you’ve never heard it before.
A storm The Weather Channel dubbed Janus dumped up to a foot of snow on Tuesday and is forecast to plunge many areas into a deep freeze.
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The madness started a little early this year.
Students of Traditional High School in Louisville, Ky., are currently mourning the death of Jamesha.
What’s good (and maybe not so good) about each of the 14 members of college football’s reigning power conference, in rough order of their expected finish.
As his re-election campaign kicks off, the Republican Leader in the Senate tries to ignore his opponents and remind supporters he’s really close to being in charge. “This is not just an election about who gets to be Senator from Kentucky, this is about who sets the agenda for America,” he said.
Kentucky Senator thanked for bringing home $38 million in federal taxpayer funds for a local dirt track. The developer asked for $10 million. McConnell favors an earmark ban.
Earlier this week, a 5-year-old from Kentucky shot and killed his 2-year-old sister by accident using a Crickett-brand rifle. As of Friday morning, Crickett’s website has disappeared.