The Latest: 3 dead, 7 injured in Border Patrol chase

The U.S. Border Patrol says agents involved in a deadly chase tried to stop a pickup truck before it sped from rugged terrain near the U.S.-Mexico border
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Lift touches power line at industrial park, killing worker

Authorities say a lift touched a power line in an industrial park in northeastern Pennsylvania, killing a construction worker
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State denies company's request for propane storage facility

A Texas company's application to build a propane storage facility near the shores of one of New York's Finger Lakes has been rejected
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New Mexico approves rules for industrial hemp cultivation

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents has approved a rule to govern the industrial cultivation of hemp starting next year
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GOP leaders fire woman with pending lawsuit against Kentucky

The communications director for the House Republican Caucus in Kentucky has lost her job nearly one year after she sued the state saying she was punished for re
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The Latest: FAA says 3 people believed on board crashed jet

Federal officials say their preliminary information is that three people were on board a small jet that crashed soon in a wooded area of southern Indiana
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Sheriff says multiple deaths in southern Indiana plane crash

Authorities say multiple people are dead after a small plane crashed into a wooded area in southern Indiana
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Confederate statue vandalized with message to help homeless

A Confederate statue in Kentucky has once again been vandalized, this time with a message to house the homeless and remove borders
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Police shoot suspect after vehicle pursuit

Kentucky State Police say a trooper has shot a male suspect after a vehicle pursuit
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Unemployment rates rise in 76 Kentucky counties

Kentucky officials say unemployment rates rose in 76 of the state's counties between October 2017 and October 2018
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Volunteers sought for foster care review boards

The Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts says it needs more volunteers to review cases of children in foster care
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Ogunbowale scores 30 as No. 1 Irish rout No. 14 Iowa 105-71

Arike Ogunbowale scored 30 points and her fellow starters all finished in double figures as No. 1 Notre Dame routed 14th-ranked Iowa 105-71
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5 get prison after 2012 military munition blast in Louisiana

Federal judge sentences 5 men to prison, orders $35.4 million in restitution after what a prosecutor calls the largest illegal dumping of military explosives in
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GOP nominates David Osborne as Kentucky's next House speaker

Kentucky Republicans have nominated David Osborne to be the next speaker of the House of Representatives
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FBI: Man confessed to 90 killings in effort to move prisons

The FBI says a 78-year-old inmate who says he killed roughly 90 people as he moved around the country for nearly four decades offered his confessions as a barga
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Police fatally shoot man during gunfire exchange

Police say officers responding to a domestic disturbance in Kentucky exchanged gunfire with a man at the scene killing him
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Former Explo Systems owner to repay $34M to government

A federal judge has ordered 4½ years in prison and $34 million in restitution from the former owner of a company involved in a huge explosion and cleanup in
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Teachers, others speak against Kentucky graduation rules

More than a dozen people have spoken against new high school graduation requirements in Kentucky
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Attorney: Police charge man with threatening school

A Kentucky lawyer says police have arrested his client and charged him with tweeting threats about the high school attended by Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm,
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Coal miners urge Congress extension of black lung funding

Former Appalachian coal miners and supporters are in Washington this week to urge lawmakers to extend a tax that funds benefits for miners sick with black lung
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Equine, poultry gains lead Kentucky agriculture in 2018

Boosted by continued gains in its equine and poultry industries, Kentucky's farm cash receipts stayed relatively stable this year as higher yields for most crop
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4 doctors agree to pay $1.5M for Medicare lab fee kickbacks

A federal prosecutor says four physicians have agreed to pay more than $1.5 million to the government for their roles in a kickback scheme
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Man, son die in vehicle left running in garage

Police say a Kentucky father and son are dead and another child is in critical condition after the man left his vehicle running in a garage in an apparent attem
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