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Ky business owners save hundreds in unemployment insurance taxes

State lawmakers passed House Bill 413 to allow the tax schedule for unemployment insurance stay frozen at the rate it was at before the pandemic.

Richmond residents named to EKU, judge panels; Carama appointed

Positions play important roles in policy, nominations.

State’s positivity rate continues to increase, vaccines stressed

Numbers continue to spark convern, warnings

“It’s about reaching out, lifting up.” Food drive serves Lexington’s West End

400 food boxes were handed in a distribution at First African Baptist Church in Lexington.

Jewish leader creates new ethics class after more anti-Semitic attacks

Reported anti-Semitic incidents prompted a leader in UK’s Jewish community to create a new online class on Jewish ethics.

Six months in, mayor offers update on Racial Justice-Equality report

Changes have been made, spending is in place or is coming, work continues.

Local Lex Market hosts fundraiser supporting organ donors and recipients

18 of the stores artisans created blue and/or green items that a portion of the proceeds will go to Donate Life's Kentucky beneficiary Satterwhite Patient Assistance Fund.

Fleming County road closed since January, could be open by early May

Project to Replace Culvert Bridge, Reopen Buchanan Road in Fleming County to Begin Monday

Construction employment down in Kentucky, 34 other states

Texas and Wyoming Have Worst Job Losses in the Past Year, While Utah and Idaho Top Gainers

Flood insurance program needs to be revamped: Barr

Reps. Barr, Peters Reintroduce Bipartisan Bill to Discourage Costly Development in Flood-Prone Areas

Reganne Miller gains recognition and experience through MSU’s Honors Program

Reganne Miller had one small goal for attending Morehead State University but walked away with an abundance of accomplishments.