Horsey Hundred ride this weekend will honor cyclist who died last year

Saturday marks the start of the 39th annual Horsey Hundred. This year, there will be extra police working due to a cyclist being hit and killed by a drunk driver.

The family of an autistic teenager whose legs were broken when a teaching assistant physically restrained him will be paid $1.75 million by a Kentucky school district.

Governor Matt Bevin's office made the announcement on Friday.

One woman told police that after applying for a job at Banta Security and Investigations, Banta told her that her clients would be "upscale" men who "wanted some excitement on the side."

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