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- Corvette Museum plans to display sinkhole-damaged cars
Ky. high court rejects oil royalties appeal of case from Edmonson County
An Edmonson County jury in 2010 awarded about $7.7 million to the landowners and the rest to a company, owned by Robert Thorpe, that acted as a third-party producer in the project. The jury initially awarded $31.35 million, but post-trial motions knocked $7 million off the final judgment.
- Senate passes medical review panel bill
- Kentucky Senate passes watered-down version of voting rights restoration
Bevin: Signature was applied digitally
U.S. Senate candidate Matt Bevin provides another explanation about why his signature was on a 2009 letter to investors containing praise for TARP. He said it was applied digitally.
VIDEO: Snake-handling pastor dies after bite
Snake-Handling pastor Jamie Coots of Middlesboro, Kentucky died on Saturday night, after a snake bit him during his church service. Coots had appeared on the National Geographic Television reality show 'Snake Salvation.'
- Slow going so far in General Assembly
- Ky. woman convicted in family slayings found dead
Chevrolet to oversee restoring sinkhole Corvettes
Sinkhole Corvettes will be restored be Chevrolet
Gas line blast injures 2, destroys homes in Knifley
An underground gas line in Adair County exploded early Thursday, sending two people to the hospital and destroying two homes, a county official said.
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