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A Kentucky man could be facing up to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of slicing his girlfriend’s scalp off and ordering his pit bull to attack her. Zachary Gross, 31, assaulted girlfriend Marilyn Stanley for an hour, removed her scalp with a knife, and had his pit bull, Capone, chew off a …

This week’s married teacher’s aide busted for allegedly traumatizing a male teen student with some sex romps is Lindsey Jarvis. Jarvis, 27, was a teacher’s aide at — until just recently — Veterans Park Elementary School in Lexington, Kentucky. Previously, she had worked at Woodford County Middle School — just outside of Lexington. The teen …

On April 20th, two teenagers reportedly burglarized a Louisville, Kentucky home and in the process they killed the family’s and ran encountered the homeowner during the break-in. “Pop, pop, pop! And there was a pause, and then, pop, pop!” said the family’s neighbor, Charles Graham, who overheard the homeowner shooting the two. “And then a couple …

  A convicted serial killer, 64-year-old Donald Harvey who was dubbed as the “Angel of Death” has died, two days after he was attacked in his prison cell. Harvey was serving 15 life sentences. According to Daily Mail, Harvey became known as the “Angel of Death” after he confessed to murders during his time working …

  Donald Trump spoke at a “Make America Great Again” rally in Louisville, Kentucky, Monday afternoon where he took a shot at Colin Kaepernick for his national anthem protest. Trump brought up the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback and took a jab at him saying, “I’m sure nobody ever heard of him,” causing some cheers …

When the Great Recession swept across the United States between 2008 and 2009, several states waived work requirements for recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also known as SNAP. As the economy has rebounded, some states and counties have reinstated their program, including eight counties in Kentucky. The Associated Press reported via Argus Press …

This Labor Day, America has 83,000 fewer coal jobs and 400 coal mines than it did when Barack Obama was elected in 2008, showing that the president has followed through on his pledge to “bankrupt” the coal industry. A 2015 study found the coal industry lost 50,000 jobs from 2008 to 2012 during Obama’s first term. During Obama’s second term, the industry …