Local/Regional News

Kentucky Politicians Quick To React To Supreme Court Ruling On Obamacare

Jun 25, 2015

U-S Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wasted no time in reacting to today's Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare.  The Kentucky Republican renewed his attack on the entire law in a Senate floor speech.

Thanks O Canada!

Jun 25, 2015
CBS Sports

Canadian guard Jamal Murray is headed to University of Kentucky.  Murray announced his decision Wednesday, selecting the Wildcats over Oregon.

WMMT

Former Democratic state Rep. Keith Hall is scheduled to testify in his own defense Thursday during a federal corruption trial.

Chase Cavanaugh

After touring Fayette County and meeting up with students, staff, and parents, the first finalist for school superintendent, Emmanuel Caulk, gave a press conference Tuesday afternoon. 

UKNow

Hazmat crews were on the UK Campus for several hours today dealing with a chemical-related incident in the Dimock Animal Pathology building on Veterans’ Drive.  About 12 people were evacuated and went through decontamination late this morning after some workers experienced irritation when a refrigerator that was emitting a strong stench was opened.

Davis Statue Controversy Erupts In Kentucky

Jun 24, 2015
Kentucky Historical Society

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Kentucky needs to remove a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis from the state Capitol's rotunda.

KSP Trooper Killed In Crash

Jun 24, 2015

A Kentucky State Police trooper has been killed in the line of duty while responding to a reckless driving complaint.

New Booster Seat Regulations Start Today

Jun 24, 2015
800buckleup.org

Kentucky's new booster seat law is going into effect, and officials are reminding motorists to make sure young passengers meet the new requirements.

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has approved a settlement agreement granting a rate increase to Kentucky Power. 

Karyn Czar

The first candidate who is up for the job of Fayette County Schools Superintendent is in Lexington. Emanuel Caulk toured the district and met with parents, teachers and students on Tuesday. 

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