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Kentucky Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Pension Case

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Government employees in Kentucky who sued over state investment decisions have taken their case to the state’s Supreme Court after a lower court said they lacked standing to file suit. The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case Thursday. The fraud lawsuit was filed two years ago by a group of… Read More

Prescription Drugs falling out of a sideways bottle

Dozens of Collection Sites Set for W.Va. Drug Take Back Event

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The public can drop off unused, expired or unwanted prescription drugs at more than 110 collection sites across West Virginia this weekend. Law enforcement officials are participating in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Drug Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Dropoff locations can be found online . The collection… Read More

Protesting miners blocked the tracks in the morning fog.

Blackjewel Miners Get More of Their Pay as Labor Dept. Acts Against Bankrupt Company

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Coal miners who went without pay when mining company Blackjewel declared bankruptcy this June are one step closer to receiving lost wages. The checks come weeks after some of the miners ended a long-running protest, and months after the federal Department of Labor first intervened to allege the company violated labor laws in the month… Read More

The Ohio State Fair

Ohio Amusement Ride Bill OK’d After Fatal Ride Malfunction

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A professional engineer would get a formal role in amusement ride safety under a bill headed to the Ohio governor’s desk. Legislation dubbed Tyler’s Law would place a professional engineer on the Ohio Advisory Council on Amusement Ride Safety. The panel makes recommendations to the state’s agriculture director about safety matters,… Read More

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J&J Sets Aside $4 Billion for Proposed Opioid Settlement

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Johnson & Johnson says it has set aside $4 billion for its share of a proposed multistate agreement to settle opioid litigation, a step that forced it to slash its recently reported financial results. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Wednesday, J&J said the charge cuts third-quarter net income from $4.8 billion to $1.8… Read More