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A Bowling Green man accused of traveling to Oregon for sex with a juvenile pleaded guilty Tuesday electricity billy elliot broadway to federal offenses. Christopher Brandon Petty, 34, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to enticement, traveling with intent to engage in illicit sexual activity, receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography. Authorities accused Petty of traveling to Portland, Ore., to meet with a 15-year-old girl and having sex with her on two occasions between Oct. 27-29, 2017. The juvenile told investigators she met Petty online the year before.

Two Floyd County residents were indicted last week for allegedly lying to obtain food stamps and Medicaid. A Floyd County grand jury indicted Kenneth Hall, 45, and Kimberly Hall, 33, who are identified as living at the same address in Grethel. They were each indicted for three counts of false statement/misrepresentation to receive benefits over $100 — Class D felonies which carry e suvidha electricity bill lucknow a penalty of between one and five years.

A rising Democratic star in Congress who has been called the Wonder Woman of the left, Wicked Witch of the rightcould be coming to a Kentucky coal mine near you. U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York, has been spearheading a grand environmental legislative package dubbed the Green New Deal to tackle climate change. During a House Financial Services Committee hearing Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, a Republican who represents central Kentucky, called on Ocasio-Cortez to see for herself the state’s struggling coal industry.

The director of the state Division of Probation and Parole was fired on Monday for mishandling an allegation of sexual assault, in yet another personnel shake-up at the Kentucky Department of Corrections over the past two months. Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet spokesman Mike Wynn confirmed to Insider Louisville on Tuesday that probation and parole director Johnathan Hall was fired and has been replaced by interim director Erica Hargis.

On Monday, the Bevin Administration will begin implementing new Medicaid rules — adding work and community service requirements, premiums, coverage lock-out periods and reporting duties — unless the plan is once again blocked by a federal judge. The changes, which the state has estimated could knock about 95,000 people off Medicaid, have long been a tenet of Bevin’s political agenda. He’s praised the requirements, saying they will increase quality of care electricity kwh to unit converter and “restore dignity” to able-bodied Kentuckians who received health insurance under the Medicaid expansion that came with President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. But Democrats vying for a chance to take on Bevin in November see the requirements, and their potential to decrease access to health care, as “immoral” and “callous,” and hope to eliminate them should the changes survive legal challenges.

When state lawmakers return to Frankfort Thursday for the last day of the 2019 General Assembly, the biggest issue still sitting on their plates also will be the hardest to swallow. How much pension relief should they provide electricity cost per kwh by country to the state’s regional universities and “quasi-public” entities, such as county health departments, mental health nonprofits, rape crisis centers, and other groups that are technically outside state government? If the General Assembly does nothing, requiring these entities to fund their full share of the state’s $37 billion pension shortfall, then their contribution rates will explode when the next fiscal year begins July 1. Instead of paying 49 percent of each employee’s salary into the Kentucky Retirement Systems as a pension contribution, they will have to pay 84 percent.

Gov. Matt Bevin issued his first vetoes Tuesday for this year’s law-making session, striking down parts of the budget bill and a measure dealing with administrative regulations. Lawmakers will return to the Capitol Thursday on the last day of the 2019 session to consider any vetoes by the governor electricity projects for 4th graders and pass last-minute legislation. They can override Bevin’s vetoes or let them stand. The Republican governor vetoed two items in House Bill 268, the so-called budget bill.

Jerry Dye, 38, of Hodgenville has been indicted by the Grand Jury on 21 counts of wanton endangerment by causing a fire that lead to the substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to 21 individuals. As well, Dye was indicted for committing the offense of fire hazard, and for theft of services. The fire that Dye allegedly caused was the same fire that took place on Jan. 9 of this year. The structure was fully involved in the fire by the time officials had arrived. There were six people in the residence — four of them children.

A student at Hopkinsville High School was arrested Tuesday for threatening a school shooting, according to Hopkinsville Police Department. According to HPD Public k electric jobs test Information Officer Mike Atkins, the student made a threat Monday at HHS saying Don’t come back to school after spring break because I’m going to shoot up the spot. After that (the student) sent out numerous text messages to different students of (the student) holding the weapons, Atkins said.

Quinton Higgins Jr. doesn’t remember the chaos during the bus crash near Carrollton that killed 27. He passed out in the aisle of the bus as students were frantically searching for an exit. The date was May 14, 1988. Larry Mahoney was driving drunk the wrong way down Interstate 71 when he crashed into the church bus headed home to Hardin County from a trip to King’s Island. The bus caught fire. At only 15 years old, severe second and third degree burns covered Higgins’ body, his lungs also damaged. Higgins and 39 others survived of the 67 on the bus. Today, Higgins is a bus driver in Hardin County. In 2014, he started Voice For Change as a way to share his story. He purchased an exact model of the bus in the crash and turned it into a mini museum on wheels gas stoichiometry practice.

Interstate 64 westbound between mile markers 60 and 58, between the Midway exit in Woodford County and the Versailles Road exit in Franklin County, will see temporary lane closures from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. The right and middle lanes will be closed Wednesday and Thursday while sewer line replacement is performed for the Woodford County rest areas. The left lane will remain open during the work.

Dunks and athleticism were Georgetown College’s calling card all winter long as the Tigers clawed their way to NAIA’s No. 1 spot on paper. The Tigers carved that status into heavy metal for posterity Tuesday night, and won their school’s third national title in men’s basketball, with a defensive clinic for the ages. Georgetown held one of the nation’s most prolific outside shooting teams, Carroll College of Helena, Montana, more electricity billy elliot than 30 points below its season average in a 68-48 rout at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri.

The Tennessee Valley Authority hosted several dozen community members Tuesday at Bowling Green’s Knicely Conference Center to discuss and solicit h gas l gas unterschied feedback on its proposal for the next two decades of electricity generation. In its 2019 Integrated Resource Plan, TVA presents several strategies to provide low-cost power while reducing air pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions. Last year, TVA captured power from about 40 percent nuclear, 26 percent coal, 20 percent natural gas, 10 percent hydroelectric, 3 percent wind and solar and 1 percent other.

On a farm in the south end of Marshall County, three teenage girls are doing their best to tame and train wild mustangs ahead of a national competition in Lexington in June. Stephanie Frost, 17, Kristin Frost, 14, and Abby Gray, 15, picked up their horses in Cross Plains, Tennessee on March 2 and have until mid-June to get them in shape for the 2019 Youth Extreme Mustang Makeover.

Kentucky exports reached an all-time high in 2018 for the fourth consecutive year, with $31.76 billion in goods and services shipped abroad from the commonwealth. The state’s total exports increased by 2.9 percent over the previous year, the governor’s office announced this month. Consistent with the past several years, aerospace products and parts took top-category honors in 2018, according to data recently released by the U.S. Census Foreign Trade Bureau and WISERTrade.

Jefferson County Public Schools on Monday gave the state a preliminary list of the names of teachers who may have taken part in recent sickout protests. Those protests, during which teachers orchestrated calling in sick for the same day, caused the 98,000-student district to shut down six times in recent weeks. JCPS submitted the names to satisfy a request wd gaster theme from Kentucky Education Commissioner Wayne Lewis, according to district spokeswoman Renee Murphy.