Today's Top Stories
After much study, the Lexington City Council has taken the first step to establishing guidelines for accessory dwelling units in the bluegrass community. Officials moved the plan forward during Tuesday’s work session.
Local and county governments across Kentucky can beef up their protections against acts of terrorism through new federal dollars.
- UK professor participates In lake sediment study with climate change implications
- Today's Interview: EKU President On Biden Covid Vaccine Requirements, Full Hospitals, Tuition Discounts and Rural Medicine Scholarships
- Today's Interview: Baptist Health Richmond CMO Says Community Must Help Hospital Fight Covid
Ky. legislators looking for ways to reduce child abuse
Louisville’s new 911 call deflection program moves ahead
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This week’s edition focuses entirely on one of the ugliest of “Kentucky Uglies” - our state’s ranking among the worst in the nation for rates of intimate partner violence. We hear from domestic violence shelter directors, legal aid attorneys, a police detective, a 9-1-1 dispatcher and staff at the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence - all devoted to extending an often life-saving hand, shelter and a range of support to women and men who manage to escape the horror of a violent home.
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Kentucky Arts & Culture
There are more than 20 natural art installations throughout the forest. Arts in Nature Curator, Jenny Zeller says, while the giants are a high-light she encourages everyone to visit Spirit Nest, the newest art installation.
Courtesy of Sarah Kate Morgan, Traditional Arts Education Director at the Hindman Settlement School/Ingredients To Help Revitalize Hazard Include Hard Work And A Lot Of Fun
More Top News Stories
Louisville taps Albuquerque police oversight chief for Inspector General
EnvironmentBerea College completes first small hydropower plant in Ky. in 90 years
EducationJCPS rolls out ‘test-to-stay’ strategy
Business and the EconomyToyota is announcing plans to invest $3.4 billion in automotive batteries in the United States through 2030.
Louisville mayor and Metro Council discuss public safety
2,008 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky Friday, Oct. 15
2,305 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky Thursday, Oct. 14
Metro Council proposal aims to empower unsheltered victims of hate crimes
- Taliban will allow a national polio vaccination campaign in Afghanistan, says WHO
- Jackson, the capital of Mississippi, is a city with 2 identities — that often clash
- Customs and Border Protection nominee pledges to balance security and humanity
- VA Secretary visited an LA encampment and promised to end veteran homelessness
- Netflix employees call for accountability
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