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The Breeders Cup and Makers Mark are teaming up to raise money for several charities. 

BLS.gov

In this week's Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine the host talks with Dr. Trish Freeman of the Kentucky Pharmacists Association about the ever-expanding role of pharmacists in our modern healthcare system.  A bill in Congress which has the support of the full Kentucky delegation in the House, would recognize and compensate pharmacists as Medicare providers.

Lexmark To Axe 500 Jobs

Jul 21, 2015
lexmark.com

Lexmark shares tumbled 23 percent Tuesday on news that quarterly earnings are down from the same period last year. And the company’s ongoing restructuring will mean another 500 pink slips for employees.

AP

Kentucky’s economic forecast is improving, according to Gov. Steve Beshear. Today, state’s top official announced a decision to funnel $82 million in surplus dollars into Kentucky’s “rainy day fund," bumping the grand total to just over $209 million.

kroger.com

Kroger is holding a massive job fair at locations throughout Lexington and Central Kentucky this Saturday.

McConnell Will Attend Annual Fancy Farm Event

Jul 21, 2015
AP

Kentucky Republicans will have their longtime standard-bearer at this year's Fancy Farm picnic. 

Young Girl's Tragic Death Leads To Gift Of Life

Jul 21, 2015
Robinson Family

Days after a 12-year old Louisville girl drowned in a swimming pool, her family has turned the tragedy into a gift of life. 

Poverty Afflicts 1 In 4 Kentucky Children

Jul 21, 2015
kyyouth.org

A new report says poverty remains the biggest problem facing Kentucky children, a trend affecting all other aspects of child well-being.

AP

Republican State Sen. Chris McDaniel says he expects lawmakers will wind up reworking language in 2015’s anti-heroin bill during the next session.

SCAPE/Landscape Architecture of New York

The search is on for Lexington’s first project management director.

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