Three measures given first reading at a previous council meeting were resolved Tuesday, with mixed results. 


Wages and their effect on business were a major debate at the Lexington Urban County Council’s Budget, Finance and Economic Development Committee Meeting Tuesday. 


A Lexington Urban County Councilmember is about to take the reigns of a major city department. 

Funeral Held For Nicholasville Police Officer

Mar 17, 2015

Family, friends and hundreds of police officers and emergency workers from across Kentucky filed into Southland Christian Church Tuesday to say good-bye to a fallen officer. 

TSA Gives Tips On Flying With Firearms

Mar 17, 2015

Vacation season is just around the corner and that usually means more air-travel.  Recently, there has been an uptick in the number of firearms that aren’t stored or checked properly for flights. 

Breeder's Cup Incentives Signed Into Law

Mar 17, 2015
Office of Kentucky Governor

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has signed into law a tax break for the Breeders' Cup and Keeneland.

LRC Public Information

Leaders of the minority caucuses in the state House and Senate both argue the atmosphere in Frankfort has been tainted by political gamesmanship.

The Business Side Of The Boys Sweet 16 In Lexington

Mar 17, 2015
Kentucky High School Athletics Association

In this special edition of the Business Side we discuss the difficulty in assessing the economic impact of Lexington's hosting the KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 Tournament at Rupp Arena, and the Big Blue invasion about to take over Louisville.  Mark Green is the editor of the Lane Report business magazine.

Associated Press

With the Supreme Court set to hear oral arguments in Kentucky’s same-sex marriage cases in April, two groups advocating for gay marriage plan to host a town hall in Lexington Tuesday.

Tuition at the University of Kentucky will go up in the 2015-16 academic year by three percent for in-state students and six percent for those attending from out-of-state.