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Kentucky Governor's Office

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is overseas on his first official trip abroad since taking office, but the five-day schedule in Europe won’t interfere with the governor’s duties here at home.

Lexington's Coba Cocina Closes

Apr 26, 2016

Trendy and upscale Coba Cocina closed their doors permanently on Tuesday. 

Sizing Up The Competition At This Year's Rolex

Apr 26, 2016
Samantha Lederman

A few years ago professional golf tournament prognosticators often based their analysis on a "Tiger or the field" thesis.  Going into this year's Rolex Kentucky 3 Day Event, champion rider Michael Jung might be in a similar position.  Samantha Lederman profiles a couple of Americans who'll be aiming for the upset.

Josh James / WUKY

Lexington’s needle exchange program is putting a human face on treatment options available for drug users.

Associated Press

Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has asked the Executive Branch Ethics Commission to investigate whether the Republican governor has used campaign contribution records as grounds for firing state workers.  The request is the latest escalation in the feud between Attorney General Andy Beshear and Gov. Matt Bevin.

Breeders' Cup To Return To Churchill Downs In 2018

Apr 25, 2016
Breeders' Cup

There’s good news and bad news concerning the Breeders Cup.  The good news…the World Championships of Horse Racing will be returning to Kentucky in 2018.  The bad news?  It won’t be at Keeneland here in Lexington.

Lexmark's Blockbuster Sale This Week On The Business Side

Apr 25, 2016
Lane Report

This week on the Business Side Alan Lytle and Lane Report Executive Editor Mark Green discuss details of the $3.6B sale of Lexmark to Chinese investors.

Gray Unveils First Ad Of Kentucky Senate Race

Apr 22, 2016
grayforkentucky.com

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and Democratic candidate Jim Gray had the same amount of campaign cash on hand at the start of April, and Gray has dipped into his account for his first big ad buy.

http://chfs.ky.gov/

The state says about 9,000 people living in eight Kentucky counties will lose their food stamps in about a week for not complying with federal work and training requirements.

Josh James / WUKY

More than 80 University of Kentucky students used an Earth Day rally Friday to press school administrators on their plans for combating climate change.

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