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KSP searching for man wanted on multiple sex charges

KENTUCKY (WFIE) - Kentucky State Police is asking for the public’s help to find a man wanted on rape, incest and strangulation charges. Troopers say 36-year old Michael D. Foster may be in Sturgis in Union County or in Russell County. If you have any information on where he might...
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Ky. adds 3,312 COVID cases, 44 deaths

Kentucky saw a jump in COVID cases from Tuesday to Wednesday, with 3,312 newly reported along with a positivity rate that continues to climb. The positivity rate is now at 8.56, up from 8.31 the day before, and is a continuing trend in recent days—there were 44 COVID deaths reported, putting the death toll in the state at 10,987. There are currently 948 individuals in the hospital with COVID-19, 249 in the ICU and 123 on a ventilator, all increases.
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KSP Post 4 November Activity Report: Troopers arrest over 40 impaired drivers, make nearly 575 arrests

Kentucky State Police Post 4 in Elizabethtown has released its November Activity Report. According KSP Post 4 Public Affairs Officer Scotty Sharp, troopers and detectives:. Wrote 2,342 citations and arrested 43 impaired drivers. Opened 65 criminal cases, made 569 arrests and served 124 criminal court documents. Cited 536 speeders and...
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LOOK: Kentucky FB coaches visit Kiyaunta Goodwin, Elijah Reed

The Big Dog has arrived in Louisville. Kentucky associate head coach Vince Marrow, along with offensive line coach Eric Wolford, are currently up at Aspirations Gym to meet with two key Wildcat commits. Thanks to KSR’s own Nick Roush, we have pictures of the commits in question: five-star offensive tackle...
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Kentucky hospitals preparing for possible winter surge

Last winter, Kentucky hospitals saw a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations, creating concerns about having enough room. During the winter, hospitalizations usually increase. Deb Campbell with the Kentucky Hospital Association said that’s when respiratory illness and the flu show up. Campbell said COVID-19 surges have taught hospitals how to address capacity...
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Ky. Board of Education restricts corporal punishment in public schools

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - The Kentucky Board of Education has passed a regulation restricting corporal punishment in schools. According to this new regulation, schools must get written consent from a student’s legal guardian to use corporal punishment on them. And that consent must come in the first five days of the school year.
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Two South Central Kentucky women support legalizing marijuana in the Bluegrass

Ky. (WBKO) - A newly pre-filed bill in Kentucky, is aiming to legalize marijuana in the Bluegrass. Two women in the South Central Kentucky area are in full support of it. Lauren Billings is a Navy Veteran, who fully supports the legalization, “I have severe anxiety. I suffer from pretty severe anxiety, a disability recognized through the VA, and it’s just a better option than some scheduled for prescriptions that are available to me like Xanax. You know, personally, I don’t function well, on Xanax. I move kind of like a zombie, I miss my life, and marijuana gives me the option to control how much I consume at a time.”
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