More Messy Turnover From Matt Bevin

Two-year-old Charlee Campbell’s sudden and mysterious reappearance after 32 hours missing raised more questions among law enforcement, according to media reports. [H-L]

Kentucky’s top official overseeing child protection in Kentucky plans to leave her job as commissioner of the Department for Community Based Services, an agency spokesman said Monday. [C-J/AKN]

“To be a first responder, your DNA is built differently,” said Omar Delgado, a former Florida police officer who responded to Orlando’s Pulse nightclub shooting, in which 49 people were killed and at least 53 others wounded. “Everyone’s going to be running out of danger; you’re going to be running in.” [ProPublica]

Summer brings fun and lazy days to kids across the county, but for the many families relying on school meals to feed their children, summer break can prove stressful as they try to fill the nutritional gap. [Richmond Register]

The deaths of the designer Kate Spade and the chef Anthony Bourdain, both of whom committed suicide this week, were not simply pop culture tragedies. They were the latest markers of an intractable public health crisis that has been unfolding in slow motion for a generation. [NY Times]

The city of Ashland has fine-tuned its plans for a new park area at 16th Street and Winchester Avenue adjacent to the Community Trust Bank building. [Ashland Independent]

In “I Sing the Body Electric,” poet Walt Whitman waxed lyrically about the “action and power” of “beautiful, curious, breathing, laughing flesh.” More than 150 years later, MIT materials scientist and engineer Canan Dagdeviren and colleagues are giving new meaning to Whitman’s poem with a device that can generate electricity from the way it distorts in response to the beating of the heart. [WaPo]

An ordinance adopting Cave City’s budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year on second reading was approved Monday night by the Cave City Council. [Glasgow Daily Times]

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday overturned a key immigration case that had granted asylum to a Salvadoran woman who had been raped and beaten by her former husband. [Reuters]

Students stream through the orange-lockered hallways of Fern Creek High School and eventually make their way outside of the school. It’s the end of the day on a Thursday afternoon, but the day isn’t over yet for a group of students gathering for a Black Student Union meeting. [WFPL]

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has paid tribute to Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s leadership after a G7 summit which she described as “difficult”. “I want to pay a particular tribute to Prime Minister Trudeau for his leadership and skilful chairing, which enabled us after two days of negotiation between leaders to agree actions and a shared approach on some of the most pressing challenges facing the international community and our citizens,” she told parliament. [BBC]

In 2012, Lexington, which uses a joint city-county government system, had a $296 million unfunded liability to its police and firefighter pension plan. [H-L]

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