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Kentucky's top prosecutor joined other law enforcement officials on Thursday to call for higher penalties for heroin dealers and better treatment options for overdose victims.

Kentucky officials say the state's unemployment rate dropped to 6 percent in November, the lowest rate in more than six years.

Concerned Fayette County Public School parents are mobilizing to shape the redistricting debate, but the chairman of the committee responsible for recommending new boundary lines says the work is still in preliminary stages.

More people are bringing banned items in their carry-on luggage because they don't want to pay to check their bags.  That means longer delays for you.

Mick Jeffries

Workers began installing the first of two antennas for a pair of new FM stations at the Bluegrass Community and Technical College’s Newtown campus this week.

This week we hit the road and headed to the spot that's been named one of the most beautiful small towns in America...Bardstown, Kentucky!

Grimes Mum On 2015 Plans

Dec 17, 2014
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Secretary of State and former Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes isn’t committing to any races in 2015 just yet.

A debate over the state’s prevailing wage law is simmering in Frankfort.

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is criticizing the Obama administration's plans to normalize ties with Cuba.  McConnell says he defers to Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, a Cuban-American from Florida, on the issue because he says Rubio is an expert on U.S.-Cuban matters.

More than 100,000 people in Kentucky have applied for or renewed their health care coverage through the state's health benefit exchange during a one-month open enrollment.  Governor Steve Beshear's office says Monday was the deadline for coverage to begin Jan. 1.

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