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Report: Ky. among 19 states whose voter info being sold on Dark Web
Kentucky is one of 19 states whose voter information is being sold on the Dark Web, according to a report by a website that covers news for IT professionals and decision-makers.
‘Marsy's Law’ bill sponsor plans to appeal judge’s ruling
Sen. Westerfield will appeal decision that "Marsy's Law" wasn't worded clearly enough for voters and wouldn't be certified if passed.
Warren County Sheriff's Office receives accreditation
Warren County Sheriff Jerry "Peanuts" Gaines accepted the re-accreditation award from the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police at Friday's Fiscal Court meeting.
The future of Graves-Carlisle bridge
A state official met Friday with local officials and residents to discuss the future repair and reopening of the Bethel Church Road bridge on the Graves/Carlisle county line.
Absentee voting opens Monday, Oct. 15
County clerks and voting officials will get the first valid preview of November's election.
County Attorney brings awareness to Casey's Law to combat drug problem
“We have only had 10 petitions in 14 years,” Oldham said. “That is surprising, especially with the level of drug addiction that we know we are seeing.”
Kentucky gets extension to comply with federal ID law
Kenton Circuit Court Clerk John Middleton tweeted that Kentucky has received an extension to comply with the REAL ID Act.
State rep resigns to become Calloway County judge-executive
A long-time state representative has resigned his seat to become Calloway County judge-executive in a game of political musical chairs in that western Kentucky county.
Deadline Oct. 9 for new voter registration
If you would like to vote in the November elections, the deadline to register is rapidly approaching.
New license design unveiled by Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet released Monday the new look for licenses that will be available to state residents next year.