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Beshear Says AG's Office Drafting RFP For Help Prosecuting Big Pharma

Kentucky’s Attorney General is soliciting outside help to go after companies he believes have contributed to and profited from the state's opioid crisis.

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Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon says overly rosy tax revenue projections for Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center have left taxpayers on the hook.

The Latest Homeless Numbers Are Out

Jun 21, 2017
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Officials say 4,025 homeless people are living in the Bluegrass. The Kentucky Housing Corporation released the results Tuesday. 

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This week Dr. Greg Davis talks with Stephen Dobson, professor of entomology in the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment about all things mosquitos; including a relatively new method of controlling the local mosquito population.

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Churchill Downs has won initial approval to install slot machine-like devices at its off-track training facility to allow betting on previously-run horse races.

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Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has sued the state's Republican governor for the fourth time.

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Republicans are getting ready for Senate votes on legislation scuttling former President Barack Obama's health care law, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday among growing indications that the climactic vote could occur next week.

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A recently announced land swap deal will give the University of Kentucky control of two coveted pieces of property on Winslow Street.

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Kentucky’s highest court is preparing to weigh in on the governor’s power to abolish and replace boards of trustees at public universities.

What's Going On At Lexmark And Should 2,300 Lexington Employees Be Worried?

Jun 19, 2017
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This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Lane Report Executive Editor Mark Green about the abrupt resignation of Lexmark's chief executive officer.  David Reeder, who succeeded Paul Rooke had been at the helm for less than a year.

Bevin Alters Executive Order As Lawsuit Threat Looms

Jun 16, 2017
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Kentucky's Republican governor has made a slight change to an executive order, but it is unclear if it will be enough to avert a lawsuit from the state's Democratic attorney general.

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