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Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Thursday a settlement with TK Holdings Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Takata, over accusations that the company concealed safety issues related to defective air bags.
Families in Kentucky and throughout the nation are bravely confronting substance abuse – including heroin, prescription drugs, and an alarming resurgence of methamphetamine – and law enforcement is working hard to help.
Democrat Linda Belcher won a blowout victory in the special election for the House District 49 seat she narrowly lost in 2016, defeating the widow of former Republican Representative Dan Johnson, who killed himself in December.
Thanks to its innovative proposal to use drones to respond to gunshot violence, Louisville is among 35 finalist Champion Cities in the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ 2018 Mayors Challenge, which recognizes novel ideas to tackle tough problems.
Republicans have finally filed a pension bill in the Kentucky General Assembly, though it varies greatly from the original proposal of Gov. Bevin last fall to move most state workers into a 401(k)-style plan.
With Kentucky’s prison population surging due to a drug addiction epidemic, Gov. Matt Bevin and Justice Secretary John Tilley urged state lawmakers on Tuesday to approve legislation to control the growth and improve the prison environment.
The Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice is investigation Metro Council for potential race-based discrimination by their vote last year to block an affordable housing development for seniors in Prospect.