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    FBI Special Agent In Charge Amy Hess briefs the press on developments in the case against former attorney Eric Conn. Conn pled guilty to one of the largest disability-fraud cases in the nation's history.

FBI Special Agent In Charge Amy Hess briefs the press on developments in the case against former attorney Eric Conn. Conn pled guilty to one of the largest disability-fraud cases in the nation's history. Jonathan Palmer photo@jonathanpalmer.net
FBI Special Agent In Charge Amy Hess briefs the press on developments in the case against former attorney Eric Conn. Conn pled guilty to one of the largest disability-fraud cases in the nation's history. Jonathan Palmer photo@jonathanpalmer.net

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Coroner finds blood and tissue but no body 0:33

Coroner finds blood and tissue but no body

'That takes a lot of money from us.' Teacher sounds off on GOP pension proposal at forum 1:40

'That takes a lot of money from us.' Teacher sounds off on GOP pension proposal at forum

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'Better than most.' Bevin touts 401(K) plan for future public workers.

Teachers show displeasure at lawmaker's suggestion on pensions 1:48

Teachers show displeasure at lawmaker's suggestion on pensions

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This man just gave $12 million to the University of Kentucky

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