|Scott Co. Gets $70 Million for Road Projects
Scott County is set to receive $70 million for various road construction projects, a part of a much larger budget lawmakers have set for the state.
|Lexington Mayor Wants $10 Million for Homeless, Housing and Public Safety
Mayor Jim Gray wants to spend $10 million of a $13 million city surplus on homelessness, affordable housing and public safety, in an announcement he made Friday.
|KYTC: Halfway Through Winter, $27 Million Spent on Snow/Ice Removal
The Kentucky Transportation Center has reported around $27 million dollars has been spent to get snow and ice off the roadways, and we're halfway through the Winter season.
|Fayette Co. Schools Look At Cutting $20 Million From Budget
In an email sent to school employees, Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Tom Shelton said $20 million will be cut from this year's budget.
|FCPS Plans Additional Budget Meeting
The Fayette County Public School Board has announced it will conduct another budget meeting next week as it figures out how to slash $20 million in two months.
|Construction Underway on Danville's $28 Million Water Treatment Plant
Construction officially began Tuesday on Danville's new $28 million water treatment plant and Raw Water System Improvements Project.
|Arson Investigators Looking into Strip Mall Fire
After the Lexington Fire Department finally got its chance to investigate a New Circle Road strip mall that burned last month, an inspection for arson began Friday.
|Mega Buzz about Mega Million Jackpot
In the fourth-largest lottery drawing in the United States, Tuesday's Mega Millions jackpot of $586 million has people flocking to gas stations and lottery retailers across the county. Video
|Kentucky's Largest Health System May Lay Off Employees
KentuckyOneHealth, which employs around 15,000 people and includes Lexington's St. Joseph's Hospital and St. Joseph East, may need to cut its workforce due to a $218 million debt.
|West Liberty Getting $30 Million Facelift
Legislators announced Monday that the tornado-ravaged town would soon be getting $30 million to rebuild city and county centers. Meanwhile, people living in town continue to rebuild, as well. Video