Midway could soon join the growing list of Kentucky cities adding fairness ordinances to their books. The proposal under consideration does not contain controversial “religious freedom” language suggested in an earlier amendment.

Recycling Grants Awarded To Bluegrass State

May 19, 2015

Grants are being awarded across the state to expand recycling and reduce the amount of solid waste going into Kentucky's landfills.

A new report says Kentucky and other states could do a better job of placing children in the foster care system with families instead of group care.

The Polls Are Open

May 19, 2015
Lexington Herald Leader

Kentucky Republicans will decide who to nominate for governor today following months of contentious campaigning.


A former Secretary of State took the stage in Lexington Monday as part of an annual Alltech conference.

Shigellosis Spread Prompts Prevention Reminders

May 18, 2015

The spread of a highly contagious intestinal virus has health officials emphasizing prevention.

Board Of Education Seeks Feedback In Search

May 18, 2015

The Kentucky Board of Education is asking the public to help decide what to look for in a new state education commissioner.

KDA In Full Support Of Trans-Pacific Trade Deal

May 18, 2015
Kentucky Distillers Association

This week on The Business Side we talk with Eric Gregory, president of the Kentucky Distillers Association.  He says the KDA is in full support of the Transpacific Trade Deal currently being discussed in Congress.  Gregory also talks about the overall vigor of the Kentucky bourbon business.

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Kentucky recently became one of the first states to let pharmacists dispense without prescription a drug that can reverse a heroin overdose.


Two 23-story dormitory towers on the University of Kentucky campus will be empty for this fall semester as the school decides what to do with them.