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A Georgia woman got cold fries at McDonald's. She pulled out a gun and fired a shot, reports say

A Georgia woman went back into a McDonald's after receiving cold fries and fired a shot into the kitchen floor, according to multiple outlets.

 

Car and train accident in Jeffersonville sends one person to hospital, authorities say

The Clark County Sheriff's office responded to a single-car and train accident in Jeffersonville Tuesday evening.

 

Neil Armstrong: Mercy Health paid his family $6 million settlement after his death

His family publicly said he suffered complications from surgery. But his sons privately claimed Mercy Health made a string of lethal mistakes.

 

Thanks to climate change, parts of the Arctic are on fire. Scientists are concerned

Satellite images are showing that areas of the Arctic have been catching fire. These wildfires, while not uncommon, are concerning scientists.

 

Papa John's is 'working to change the culture' in the year after John Schnatter scandal

Papa John's Chief of Diversity Victoria Russell talks about how the company is "working to change the culture" after the John Schnatter scandal.

 

Tax on e-cigarettes proposed to curb the soaring youth vaping in Kentucky

A recent public health report showed e-cigarette use, or vaping, has nearly doubled among Kentucky's middle- and high-school students.

 

Nicotine from e-cigarettes shown to be harmful

Studies are showing more and more how smoking e-cigarettes is harmful, adding to the concern about teens who are attracted to vaping.

 

Kentucky state senators offer different opinions on Bevin's pension bill

Democrat Sen. Morgan McGarvey and Republican Sen. Damon Thayer offer two different opinions on Gov. Matt Bevin's pension bill.

 

Man drove from Colorado to Kentucky with meth hidden in fuel tank, police say

Nestor Quivedo-Gomez, of Pueblo, Colorado, and Miguel Angel Paulet Kupelian, of Fairdale, Kentucky, were arrested after police found 81 pounds of meth

 

Gov. Matt Bevin's pension bill rolls through Senate committee on its way to final passage

After Gov. Matt Bevin's pension bill's toughest test on the Kentucky House floor on Monday, a Senate committee has cleared the legislation to advance.

 

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