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A record number of businesses and organizations have registered to lobby during the 2015 legislative session. According to a report by the Legislative Ethics Commission, 25 of those have signed on in just the past month.

School-based decision making councils would see their influence diminished under a bill passed by the Senate Education Committee Thursday.

Transgender Bathroom Bill Clears Ky. Senate

Feb 27, 2015
Kentucky Fairness Campaign

Kentucky's state Senate voted to force transgender students to use separate bathrooms in the state's public schools.

Breeders Cup Could Get Tax Break In Kentucky

Feb 27, 2015

The Breeders' Cup could get a tax break in Kentucky after all.

Weather Causes Spring Break Cancellations

Feb 27, 2015

Some schools in eastern Kentucky have been out so much this winter due to the weather, district officials have already canceled spring break.

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council passed a measure Thursday that would affect through traffic in the neighborhood streets around the new Kroger on Euclid Avenue.

The Urban County Council gave first reading to several notable measures at Thursday night's council meeting. 

This week while Hollywood was honoring the latest achievements on the big screen, some young film makers here in Central Kentucky were also accepting accolades.

Josh James / WUKY

Differences remain between the House and Senate over their respective heroin bills, but committees are working to reach a consensus.

Josh James / WUKY

With voting rights legislation for former felons stalling year after year in Frankfort, the annual rally for House Bill 70 can feel like a case of déjà vu for supporters.

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