Time Warner Reaches Multi-Billion Dollar Deal

Charter Communications will spend $55.33 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable in a cash-and-stock deal that would instantly create one of the largest pay-television and broadband operators in the U.S.
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Lexington Mayor Jim Gray held a public hearing Tuesday on his proposed 2016 budget, and received significant criticism from various social nonprofits. 

kyfreethoughtconvention.com

This week local skeptics will converge on the Lexington Center for the third annual Kentucky Freethought Convention - and their ranks could be growing.

fcps.net

Fayette County Public Schools officials are facing number of challenges in the coming weeks and months – from finding a new superintendent to addressing underperforming schools.

More Kentucky Court Systems Going Paperless

13 hours ago
www.stria.com

The Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts has expanded an electronic case filing system to 11 more counties.

Yum! Brands

Taco Bell and Pizza Hut say they're getting rid of artificial colors and flavors, making them the latest big food companies scrambling to distance themselves from ingredients people might find unappetizing.

Time Warner Reaches Multi-Billion Dollar Deal

15 hours ago

Charter Communications will spend $55.33 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable in a cash-and-stock deal that would instantly create one of the largest pay-television and broadband operators in the U.S.

Exhibit Devoted To Child Star Coming To Kentucky

16 hours ago
Associated Press

A Louisville museum is opening an exhibit devoted to 1930s Hollywood child star Shirley Temple.

Beshear Leading Trade Mission To Canada

16 hours ago
bizjournals.com

Governor Steve Beshear is leading a trade mission to Canada, which is Kentucky's largest trade partner.

Legislative Research Commission

Republican state Sen. Brandon Smith has been acquitted of driving under the influence of alcohol.

lexingtonky.gov

It’s just about time to officially dive in to summer as area pools prepare to open their gates Saturday. And this year, the Lexington Parks Department has eliminated one particular inconvenience that has annoyed local pool-goers for more than a decade – the lack of a credit card payment option.

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