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AG Cameron announces $300 million multistate settlement with Indivior

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – On Friday, Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced a $300 million multistate settlement between 50 state Medicaid Fraud Units, the District...

March marks Kentucky’s tenth consecutive month with housing sales gains

The month of March saw record-high home prices and gains.

FEMA providing assistance to Kentuckians affected by severe flooding or mudslides

FEMA assistance eligible for Kentuckians affected by the severe storms, flooding, and mudslides that occurred Feb. 27 – March 14, 2021.

Red River Gorge, FORRG receives USDA Forest Service Volunteers & Service Award

Last spring, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service was preparing for what would be one of the highest periods of visitation in years.

Berea receives $30,000 grant from Cigna to help close nutrition gaps

Grow Appalachia, a Strategic Initiative of Berea College, has received a $30,000 grant from the Cigna Foundation.

Students from Georgetown, Hazard win coal mine reclamation award

Morehead students and faculty earned second-place overall at the Entrepreneurial Coal Land Redevelopment Program Regional Challenge held Thursday, April 1.  

From 9-year-old art student to law school, Elkhorn City student on interesting trek

Zachary Chaney is heading to law school in the fall. That's not so unusual, but his journey might seem atypical.

Transylvania hosts COVID vaccination clinic May 3

Transylvania University, Wild Health and Team Kentucky are partnering to bring a vaccination clinic to campus Monday, May 3.

UPDATE: Two charged with home-invasion shootout

At approximately 1:17 a.m. Kentucky State Police received a call for assistance from the Rowan County Sheriff’s Department with a home invasion on Dawson Way.

UK Named a 2021 ‘Best Employer for Diversity’ by Forbes

The University of Kentucky has been ranked on the Forbes list of "Best Employers for Diversity" in 2021.

UK engineering professor named to program for up and coming scientists

Has been named a 2021 Scialog: Advancing Bioimaging Fellow.

Valets could strike at Kentucky Derby over $27,000

The service employees International Union has given valets at Churchill Downs the right to Strike if they choose to do so in Louisville. 

Help sought identifying Powell burglary suspects

Seeking identification of suspects in Powell County

Former West Virginia police officer charged with federal civil rights offense

A federal grand jury in West Virginia returned an indictment Tuesday charging a former West Virginia police officer with a civil rights offense against an arrestee.

CHI Saint Joseph Health welcomes new CEO Anthony Houston

CHI Saint Joseph Health on Wednesday officially welcomed new CEO Anthony A. Houston during an investiture service at Saint Joseph Hospital

Resurfacing project on a portion of U.S. 27 in Pendleton County starts May 3

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet advises motorists that a resurfacing project will start the week of May 3rd.

Clark Regional receives ‘A’ safety grade in national Leapfrog review

Clark Regional Medical Center received an “A” grade in the spring 2021 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade a national distinction.

UPDATE: Man dies from injuries after rear-ending school bus

KSP responded to two vehicle collision involving school bus in Harlan.

Flood victims urged to apply for federal disaster relief

Beshear visited Floyd, Magoffin and Breathitt counties Thursday