|Ky. retirement system to receive $23 million
Kentucky's struggling retirement system will get $23 million to cover a $21 million loss because of the risky mortgage-backed securities it purchased from Bank of America and its related companies.
|Board Rejects Disability Pension for Former Lexington Police Officer
Former Lexington officer Keith Spears, who admitted to harassing a teen referee during a soccer match last October, has had his request for disability retirement rejected.
|Kentucky Horse Park Executive Director Announces Retirement
John Nicholson, executive director of the Kentucky Horse Park since 1997, announced his retirement on Wednesday, effective April 30, 2014.
|Retiring Educator Honored For 49-Year Career
Dr. Jack Rose was honored in Frankfort by the Board of the Kentucky Center for School Safety for his leadership and influence during a remarkable 49-year career in secondary and post-secondary education. (Pictured left-to-right: Jon Akers, Greg Stumbo, Dr. Jack Rose)
|Woodford Reserve Donates $26,000 To Old Friends Retirement Center
Woodford Reserve donated $26,000 to Old Friends Retirement Center in Scott County. The money was raised during the selling of 89 exclusive $1000 Mint Julep Cups during the Kentucky Derby.
|Bourbon and Horse Racing Industries Help Retired Horses
A jockey and bourbon maker have teamed up to help a horse retirement farm expand its operation. Video
|Bardstown Police To Announce New K-9 Officers And Dogs
The Bardstown Police Department will announce its new K-9 officers and dogs on Tuesday. The move follows the recent retirement of Officer Jason Ellis' K-9 partner after Ellis was gunned down in the line of duty.
|LIMRA: Fewer People Saving for Retirement
Study shows 49% of people aren't setting anything aside.
|Longtime Keeneland Sales Associate Herb Petit Retires
Thursday marked the retirement for longtime Keeneland sales associate Herb Petit. In his 39th year with Keeneland, Petit served as head cashier during the sales.
|Danville Nationally Recognized As Great Place To Retire
'Where to Retire' magazine lists Danville as one of the top 100 retirement towns in the United States.