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Kentucky doctor loses license after implanting over 200 unnecessary pacemakers,

Anis Chalhoub was convicted of health fraud last year & ordered to pay more than $250,000 to insurance companies and taxpayer-funded health programs.


Fairness Campaign protester arrested and dragged from Kentucky State Fair ham breakfast

A protest by the Fairness Campaign at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Ham Breakfast led to arrests Thursday morning. Aug. 22, 2019


Andy Beshear warns of a new scam targeting Kentucky's teachers and schools

Attorney General Andy Beshear said teachers in Jefferson and other counties have been contacted by a "Deputy Hart" who demands payment in gift cards.


This ham just sold for $1 million at the Kentucky State Fair

The Grand Champion Ham and Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast and Charity Auction has been a storied tradition since 1964.


Planned Parenthood wants Gov. Bevin held in contempt over abortion license

Planned Parenthood is asking a federal judge to hold Bevin and health officials in contempt of court over what it alleges are repeated violations.


Fairness Campaign members arrested at Ham Breakfast following protest

Fairness Campaign members came out to protest discriminatory policies of the Kentucky Farm Bureau and executive director Chris Hartman was arrested.


Bernie Sanders sends pizzas to Kentucky coal miners protesting Blackjewel

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders sent pizzas to laid-off Blackjewel Kentucky coal miners blocking a train loaded with $1 million in coal last week.


White supremacy is spreading through the internet. What can we do to stop it?

Digital platforms often shield those ripe for radicalization from being detected by family members who can't, or won't, see the signs.


Fairness Campaign leader arrested in protest at Kentucky Farm Bureau Country Ham Breakfast

Fairness Campaign Director Chris Hartman and protesters Sonja De Vries and Carla Wallace were arrested Thursday, according to the ACLU of Kentucky.


Bevin tells Kentucky Farm Bureau crowd: 'Vote your values and not your party'

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, who is up for reelection, said some Democrats have rejected values that respect God, law enforcement and the military


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