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'Duel credit cornerstone of KCTCS,' Quarles says
'Duel credit cornerstone of KCTCS,' Quarles says

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System is celebrating Community College Month, by recognizing the 27,454 dual credit students from 354 high schools who enrolled in KCTCS last fall.

Bill meant to improve math skills passes as Kentucky lawmakers reach end of legislative session
Bill meant to improve math skills passes as Kentucky lawmakers reach end of legislative session

Legislation aimed at improving the math skills of Kentucky students won final passage Monday as lawmakers considered the final stacks of bills before concluding this year's legislative session.

Kentucky prosecutor accused of trading favors for meth and sex resigns from office
Kentucky prosecutor accused of trading favors for meth and sex resigns from office

Scott Blair, 51, submitted his resignation Monday and has waived his right to a preliminary hearing in his criminal case, his attorney, Ned Pillersdorf, told the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Mark Pope introduced as Kentucky's coach, affirms expectation that 'We are here to win banners'
Mark Pope introduced as Kentucky's coach, affirms expectation that 'We are here to win banners'

Pope then ratcheted up the energy in the packed arena, making clear his expectations are as high as the fans welcoming him to the most challenging chapter of his coaching career.

Police say fentanyl killed 8-year-old Kentucky boy, not an allergic reaction to strawberries
Police say fentanyl killed 8-year-old Kentucky boy, not an allergic reaction to strawberries

An 8-year-old Kentucky boy died of a fentanyl overdose last month, not from eating a batch of strawberries, authorities said this week. The family had told police they believed the boy had an allergic reaction and took him to a hospital with a rash.

Two Western Kentucky Men Sentenced for Methamphetamine Trafficking
Two Western Kentucky Men Sentenced for Methamphetamine Trafficking

U.S. Attorney Michael A. Bennett of the Western District of Kentucky, Acting Special Agent in Charge Erek G. Davodowich of the DEA Louisville Field Division, Sheriff Ryan Norman of the McCracken County Sheriff's Office, and Sheriff Matt Hillbrecht of the Marshall County Sheriff's Office made the announcement.