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Suttles unanimously elected president of Sunrise Children's Services

Dale Suttles was unanimously elected president of Sunrise Children's Services during its most recent quarterly Board of Directors meeting.


Former preacher deemed fit to stand trial for triple murder

A former Baptist preacher charged with three counts of murder in a 2013 shooting at a pawn shop in Danville, has been found competent to stand trial.


Religious group threatens lawsuit over Ky. policy banning anti-gay comments at juvenile jails

A religious group is threatening to sue the state of Kentucky over a year-old policy that prohibits anti-gay comments to youths at the state's juvenile detention centers.


Kentucky legislature's gay-marriage backlash

A legislative response to the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage is already taking shape in Kentucky, with lawmakers and advocacy groups looking to overhaul marriage laws and expand religious freedom next year.


Mid-Continent University pupils get payment options

The majority of former Mid-Continent University students with financial obligations to the now-shuttered school have received information packets outlining their repayment options.


No bride, no groom, no gender on Ky. marriage form

Do we need to know how many same-sex marriages have happened now or in the future?

Kentucky's marriage licenses no longer track gender after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage June 26.


Send Cincinnati impact expected to cross Ohio river

Send Cincinnati is stretching across the Ohio River to include northern Kentucky, a move that one Kentucky Baptist leader hopes will lead to 20 new churches.


Curbing deaths caused by drug overdoses

While much of the media's focus was on Confederate flag and statue rallies, another gunman at a movie theater, and flooding in several Kentucky counties, an alarming report released by the state Office of Drug Control Policy, showing an increase of 7.6 percent in deaths due to drug overdose, might have escaped our attention. In fact, deaths from drug overdoses made up almost 60 percent of accidental deaths statewide—more than car accidents, fire, drowning or gunshot wounds.