Democratic gubernatorial candidates take pro-Louisville message to Rotary Club

Democrats Rocky Adkins, Andy Beshear and Adam Edelen squared off at the Rotary Club, each presenting his case for why he's the one to unseat Gov. Matt Bevin.

  Gray Television's Greta Van Susteren interview with 14 News

Dan Katz and National Political Analyst Greta Van Susteren.

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  Fischer makes cuts to city swimming pools, ShotSpotter to combat budget deficit

Fischer and the Metro Council are currently facing a 35 million dollar budget deficit - which will grow by millions of dollars more in the following years.

  Final legislative day for Kentucky lawmakers approaches

Thursday is the last day Kentucky state lawmakers can pass bills or override vetoes this session.

  Parents of KY shooting victim present for signing of SB 1

More than a year after a school shooting in Marshall County, Kentucky killed two students, lawmakers have responded.

  Teachers keeping an eye on language in SDBM bill

As the final days of the legislative session tick down in Frankfort, teachers are keeping a close watch on any language changes to the SBDM bill.

  Bills still being tweaked in final four days of legislative session

There are only four legislative days left this session. Those are the days when lawmakers can vote on bills.

  Teachers gather in Frankfort to protest 3 pieces of legislation

Teachers gathered in Frankfort Wednesday to rally against different pieces of legislation, during a "sickout" JCPS.

  House Bill 205 doesn't go up for vote on Tuesday

Superintendents, KEA teachers and economists across the state came out against HB 205 Tuesday.

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  Bipartisan KY bill to allow voting rights for felons takes first step

A Kentucky House Committee took some of the first steps toward starting a conversation this session about automatically restoring the voting rights of felons.

  Full Interview: Rep. John Yarmuth

Rep. John Yarmuth covers a wide range of topics in an exclusive interview at the WAVE 3 News studios on Feb. 22, 2019.

  New fix put forward in Frankfort to solve KY pension crisis

A sewer turned pension bill passed last year was ultimately deemed unconstitutional, and a special session fell flat.

  New bill to restore felon voting rights filed in KY Senate

Those who have committed major sex crimes, murder, treason or election fraud would not get their right to vote back.

  Senate Bill 150 calls for ease on concealed carry requirements

A committee passed Senate Bill 150 during a morning meeting.

  Demonstrators want Purdue Pharma documents released

The group said the court is deciding whether proceedings related to the pharmaceutical company Purdue Pharma will be made public.

  Kentucky lawmakers discuss bill that would legalize sports gambling

House Bill 175 would do that, as well as codify and legalize online poker and fantasy sports in the state.

  Ag Commissioner details legislative plans for hemp, lab-grown meat

Commissioner Ryan Quarles said an environment that encourages processors to use what farmers grow needs to be fostered further.

  Indiana House Bill 1284 could change self defense laws in the state

House Bill 1284 would allow immunity for those who can show that self-defense was used in the case brought before the court.

  Education focus of Indiana State of the State address

Bringing in and keeping quality teachers in Indiana schools -- that goal was outlined by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb during his State of the State speech Tuesday

  Bills restricting abortion making way through Kentucky legislature

Lawmakers acknowledged that there's been a history of legal challenges when it comes to abortion laws in Kentucky.

  Community, law makers hope proposed bill will increase safety around school buses

A new bill is being proposed in the Indiana Senate that would better protect kids and increase penalties for drivers breaking the law.

  Two area groups have a different plan to combat teen vaping

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  From the Archives: Bush’s ’92 visit to Louisville included a baseball brawl at Old Cardinal Stadium

President George H.W. Bush visited Louisville in 1992, throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game at Old Cardinal Stadium.

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  Will House under Democratic control, Yarmuth to become committee chairman

Yarmuth will be able to set limits on discretionary spending and have the power to revive and investigate issues currently not a priority to the Republican cong

  No shift of power in KY General Assembly; politicians look to future

While the pension controversy clearly impacted some tight races and led to a couple of losses, Senate President Robert Stivers said the union push was a flop.

  Despite GOP loss of House, Trump declares victory

President Donald Trump touted success in the Senate as the House slipped from Republican control. He credited his own intervention for Senate gains.

  Which races are too close to call?

Some governors and senators still haven't been decided.

  2 candidates against charter schools win spots on JCPS school board

Both James Craig and Corrie Shull believe in the student assign plan in place at JCPS for keeping diversity in schools, and are against charter schools in the d

  Hollingsworth defeats Watson to serve second term representing Hoosiers

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  Fischer coasts to third term as Louisville mayor

Fischer, a Democrat, faced off against Republican and former District 7 Congresswoman Angela Leet during the campaign.

  Jefferson County voters turned out to vote

Long lines and large crowds were reported by the polling locations across the county.

  All seats went up for grabs in KY House

The large number of open spots, especially in the Republican-held House, made it more vulnerable to a shift in power, but Republicans won't give up control.