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The Kentucky Department of Revenue announced Friday it will send letters to some taxpayers asking them to take an identity confirmation quiz online. Stock market trading hours pacific time Each person will have 30 days to answer “simple, personal questions.”

Once the quiz starts, people have a five-minute time limit and answer all three questions correctly to pass. Eu to usd conversion People who only correctly answer two out of three questions will be given a bonus question.

Basketball quotes for girls People who fail the quiz will be given a second quiz with a two-minute time limit.

The department will continue to process refunds for people who pass the quiz. Exchange rate us and canada Those who don’t will be required to submit additional identification documents, including a driver’s license or passport.

LOUISVILLE (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled that Kentucky must pay relatives who foster a child just like it pays adults who are licensed foster parents.

The Cabinet of Health and Family Services oversees foster care in Kentucky. Dollar conversion rate today Its website shows the average cost per child in foster care is $77 a day, depending on the child’s needs. Gbp to usd historical exchange rates Roughly 7,900 children are in state custody. Stock market futures right now About 300 live with relatives.

OAK GROVE (AP) — Authorities say two Fort Campbell soldiers have been killed and a juvenile injured following a domestic dispute near the Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line.

Kentucky State Police say in a statement it appears 35-year-old Jeremy Demar of Clarksville, Tennessee, was in a domestic dispute with his estranged wife, 32-year-old Pricilla Ann East, and found her at a home in Oak Grove, Kentucky, where he forced his way in Thursday night and fatally shot her and 28-year-old Christopher Ryan Hoch.

Demar was charged Friday with murder, murder-domestic violence, burglary and assault. Convert to binary He is being held at the Montgomery County Jail. Binary trigger system Records don’t indicate whether he has an attorney.

FRANKFORT (AP) — Juvenile justice officials in Kentucky are encouraging local initiatives to keep low-level juvenile offenders out of the criminal justice system.

The agency says about $300,000 will be available through the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Funny jokes in urdu 2016 It says individual grants of up to $100,000 may be awarded.

Those funds will be used to support community-based delinquency prevention efforts aimed at keeping at-risk youth and first-time, non-serious offenders from entering the juvenile justice system.

Officials say the funds have been earmarked for public and private non-profit groups and for city and county governments that provide direct service programs for youngsters who are 10 to 14 years old.

The Lexington Herald-Leader cited a statement from the airport that says it had 1.3 million passengers in 2016, up 5.5 percent from the previous year. Binary encoding It is the third consecutive year that the Lexington airport has seen an increase in travelers.

The airport says a variety of factors have contributed to its growth, including new flights offered by Allegiant and United Airlines and upgraded flights offered by Delta Air Lines.

The Virginian-Pilot reported (http://bit.ly/2jIH5HQ ) Thursday that the Navy has repeatedly warned sailors against appearing to endorse candidates while on the job.

The convoy belongs to a special warfare unit based in Virginia Beach. Euro pak rupee exchange rate But the images of a pro-Trump flag on a vehicle’s antenna first circulated on social media and through news reports in Kentucky.

A native of Princeton, Hughes represents the 4th judicial district, which encompasses Jefferson County. Text editor windows 10 She was appointed to the Supreme Court in 2007 to fill a vacancy by the retirement of the late Justice William E. Future stock market predictions 2014 McAnulty Jr. Usd rub rate She was elected in 2008 and re-elected in 2014. 30 in binary Hughes has served as a judge on state circuit and appeals courts.