Kentucky Leads Nation With Decline Of Uninsured

Sep 13, 2017
Greg Stotelmyer

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows Kentucky led the nation with the largest decrease of people without insurance since the implementation of former President Barack Obama's health care law.

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Kentucky Congressman Andy Barr opened hearings Wednesday on draft legislation that would impose secondary sanctions on foreign banks that do business with North Korea.

Suspect In KY Church Killing Arrested In Tennessee

Sep 13, 2017
Somerset Police Department

A person of interest in the death of a 70-year-old woman found inside of a Kentucky church has been arrested in Tennessee.

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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is once again challenging the legality of cuts handed down by the state’s Republican governor.

The Cost To Hunt And Fish In Kentucky Is About To Go Up

Sep 12, 2017
Associated Press

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission has recommended increasing the fee for most hunting and fishing licenses.

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The son of a prominent state senator in Kentucky has asked a federal judge to overturn a decision to ban him from the third floor of the legislative office building.

Man Charged With Murder Of Kidnapped Five Year Old

Sep 12, 2017

A Kentucky man arrested for kidnapping a woman and throwing her off a cliff has now been charged with the murder of her 5-year-old son.

Bromley Mayor To Resign Amid Legal Probe

Sep 12, 2017
River City News

The mayor of a small Kentucky town has signaled his intent to resign amid a police investigation.

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Lexington inched one step closer to moving two Confederate statues with Monday’s announcement of a preliminary agreement to move the monuments to the Lexington Cemetery. But it's not a done deal yet.

It's Business As Usual For Blue Grass Stockyards

Sep 11, 2017

A longtime Lexington business that hosts cattle sales is reopening this week after it was destroyed by a fire last year.