Unbridled: A story of Kentucky’s forgotten recreational horses
Across seven counties in the east Kentucky hills, a mass of horses abandoned after the recession of 2008 has grown into free-roaming populations in the former sites of strip coal mining. Recreational horses across the state have faced similar issues of abandonment as owners face financial issues in caring for them, but in these unnatural plains in the Kentucky hills, the problem becomes more recognizable. BY JACOB DICK.
A look into Kentucky’s court-supervised class
A large number of ex-probationers and parolees are getting locked up not because they committed a new crime, but because they couldn’t get a ride to the parole office, had trouble finding work, were caught drinking a beer at a restaurant or other reasonings. BY ANDREW CRITCHELOW
Records shed light on sexual misconduct
Across the state of Kentucky, employees have been found in violation of misconduct policies for creating 'hostile' environments, 'inappropriately' touching students and having sexual relationships with students. In most cases, the public learns little about the allegations or the results of the university’s investigations. BY NICOLE ARES.