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Judge Clears Way For Bevin To Appoint Workers' Comp Judges

Nov 23, 2016
Associated Press

A Kentucky judge has cleared the way for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin to appoint six administrative law judges to help ease a backlog of workers' compensation cases.

Kentucky State Police Will Be Out In Full Force This Holiday

Nov 23, 2016

If you’re traveling to a destination for your Thanksgiving feast, make sure to follow the rules of the road or it could cost you much more than the price of a turkey dinner.

Confederate Time Capsule Found In Kentucky

Nov 23, 2016
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer

Construction crews have unearthed Confederate relics that had been buried in a time capsule under a Confederate monument near the University of Louisville.

Samantha Lederman / WUKY

Hear an update on a story WUKY has been following involving 43 horses that were abandoned in Mercer County earlier this summer. The court case involving one of the owners has been resolved while another individual will more than likely never face charges in a Kentucky courtroom because animal cruelty is a misdemeanor in the Commonwealth.

AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley

The State Board of Elections has certified vote totals from the November 8th general election.

Saving Stories: Colonel Sanders Reveals Secret Of His Success - But NOT His Recipe

Nov 22, 2016
Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame

Recently the Nunn Center Rediscovered an old interview with Colonel Harland Sanders.  Alan Lytle talks with Center Director Dr. Doug Boyd about what this reel to reel tape revealed about the restaurant icon's journey to success which didn't even start until after he turned 65.  Mr. Sanders is also a member of the newest class of the Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.

Josh James / WUKY

Kentucky’s top law enforcement official wants more authority for his office when it comes to prosecuting human trafficking cases in the state, but the initiative is just one priority among many.

Josh James / WUKY

Gov. Matt Bevin joined veterans and state leaders for a re-dedication of the Capitol Education Center Monday – rechristening the building in honor of the state’s “Gold Star” families.

Lane Report

This week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Lane Report Executive Editor Mark Green about how Kentucky might benefit from the incoming Trump administration's plan to invest in infrastructure.

Josh James / WUKY

A federal appeals court says two Kentucky counties can pass a law prohibiting companies from requiring its workers to join a labor union.

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