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By MANDY McCLAREN

Sarah Jordan wants you to know her father’s name.

The American Bar Association had rated the new nominee, Judge Justin Walker, as unqualified, but he has strong conservative support

By KARL HULSE

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By BERRY CRAIG

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The opening of Amazon’s new cashier-less grocery in Seattle doesn't surprise sociologist David Nickell. 

EDITOR'S NOTE: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. warned that "the labor-hater and labor-baiter is virtually always a twin-headed creature spewing anti-Negro epithets from one mouth and anti-labor propaganda from the other mouth." Rep.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

Kentucky's First Couple is expected to join a special spring rite at the Capitol on March 23.

Gov. Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear will help Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky kick off Child Abuse Prevention Month (April) with the organization's annual pinwheel planting. 

By BRUCE MAPLES

Every general assembly, the Kentucky House and the Kentucky Senate release bills numbered one through five that are supposed to reflect the priorities of the leadership in each chamber. The majority party gets to do that because they are in charge, and those numbers are traditionally reserved for the bills they think are the most important.

Join the Reenactment of Bloody Sunday for Voting Participation

The Kentucky Selma Commemoration Coalition is co-hosting a reenactment of “Bloody Sunday” in Frankfort on Sunday to promote and expand voting throughout Kentucky.

The march begins at 2 p.m. at Main Street and Capital Avenue, with the lineup starting at 12:30 p.m.