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In recent weeks, WDRB looked at lawsuits, reviewed hundreds of pages of internal investigative documents and interviewed past and present employees at the prison. Combined, the information paints a picture of a volatile work environment where complaints of sexual harassment, hostile working conditions and retaliation were often ignored or led to superficial investigations. More >>

Secretary David Dickerson’s refusal will most likely spark a legal tussle over the cabinet’s investigation into “sick outs” that closed several school districts, including Jefferson County Public Schools, at least once during this year’s legislative session. More >>

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Over the past two years, teachers from across Kentucky have flooded the state capitol and emerged as a noticeable and controversial lobbying force. Led by a group called KY 120 United, educators last year swarmed the statehouse to protest sweeping pension reforms and, eventually, Gov. Matt Bevin’s budget vetoes. More >>