The Kentucky Equine Education Project Foundation has hired a new director. KEEP is the economic advocate for the Commonwealth’s $6.5 billion horse industry.
Lexington city leaders are considering an expansion of coronavirus testing in the community.
More snow and ice have fallen on central and eastern Kentucky. This prompted city officials in Lexington to gather Sunday afternoon to discuss the wintry conditions.
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EnvironmentPower outages continue to be a problem for residents in portions of southeastern Kentucky
EnvironmentAnother snow event has rolled through Kentucky, but unlike the winter storm of a little more than a week ago, this system didn’t pack as strong a punch.
Despite high Omicron community transmission rates, Fayette County schools continue in-school instruction.Fayette Schools Superintendent Demetrus Liggins says there are no plans to move away from in-school instruction. Liggins said universal masking of students and staff make that viable, even with the highly transmissible Omicron variant.
Gov. Andy Beshear delivered his budget address Thursday night, laying out a series of spending priorities like universal pre-K, raises for state workers and a boost in funding for higher education, which is still reeling from more than a decade of cuts.
LG&E has disconnected hundreds of customers in January
Two charged in killing of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy Brandon Shirley
Virtual rally aimed at protecting abortion rights in Kentucky
The Kentucky General Assembly is moving forward with efforts to extend COVID-related emergency orders
Prominent Kentucky Republican and three-time candidate for governor Larry Forgy has died.
Model Laboratory Schools Principal John Williamson is cautiously optimistic a new school complex could become a reality over the next five years.
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