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Push to increase felony theft threshold: A step for criminal justice reform in KY

A bill would raise the threshold for a theft to be classified as a felony. Some say it's a big step for criminal justice reform.

KY House sends firefighter mental health bill to Senate

Firefighters are often the first to respond to a variety of emergencies, including medical incidents, car accidents, and others.

Supreme Court issues orders for courts to begin easing COVID-19 restrictions

Orders will start opening courts back up slowly.

UPDATE: US 23 to reopen in Greenup County, detours ending

Utility company working at transmission line tower.

101st Airborne to deploy to Orlando, support vaccination

The 101st Airborne Division will deploy approximately 130 Soldiers to Orlando, Florida.

Former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Wintersheimer laid to rest

Donald Wintersheimer, served on the state’s high court for 24 years. He died Feb. 18 at the age of 89.

Louisville Zoo reveals name of Gray Seal Pup

Louisville Zoo guests have spoken with their votes and have chosen “Finsbay” (Fins-bee) as the winner of the “Help Us Name the Seal Pup” vote sponsored by T-Mobile

2020 annual ARH CARES Award winners honored

Each year Appalachian Regional Healthcare honors exceptional employees from across its Kentucky.

Grayson Lake Fishing and Nature Trail closed

The Fishing and Nature Trails at Grayson Lake, are closed until further notice.

Universities get $203 million in additional federal funds

Colleges can use funding for variety of purposes.

KY House committee OKs bill to give AG broader powers

Some argue it only sets up abuse.