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Kentucky legislature begins with focus on pensions, budget

Kentucky's 2018 legislative session begins Tuesday with the budget and the pension system expected to be the focus.

Man killed loading road salt at Kentucky facility identified

A coroner's office has identified a Kentucky worker who was killed while loading road salt into a maintenance facility.

Exchange-Program Helps Military Women

A new program to help female soldiers is on the way to the Fort Campbell area.

Kentucky’s 2018 legislative session begins this week

The second year of Republican rule in Kentucky begins this week as lawmakers return to Frankfort for a 60-day legislative session.

New immunizations required for Kentucky students

School officials around the state are encouraging parents to begin preparing for new immunization requirements for school children.

Kentucky author Sue Grafton passes away after battle with cancer

A Louisville native and author has died after a two-year battle with cancer.

Kentucky lawmaker in sexual misconduct deal won’t run in 2018

A Kentucky lawmaker who signed a secret sexual harassment settlement says he won't seek re-election in 2018.

UPDATE: KSP investigating after two bodies found in burning car

KSP says the deaths of two people in Jackson County are now being considered suspicious.

UPDATE: Wife chosen as Republican nominee after lawmaker’s suicide

The wife of a Kentucky lawmaker who killed himself following a sexual assault allegation has been nominated by Republicans to fill the seat he held.

Agency says utilities should pass tax savings to ratepayers

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has ordered the state's for-profit utilities to pay attention to their savings under the new federal tax law.

Sessions offered on changes to Kentucky Work Ready program

The Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet plans to host two sessions in January to educate local officials and community leaders on revised criteria for the Kentucky Work Ready Communities program.

Anti-circumcision group puts up billboard in Kentucky

An anti-circumcision group has put up its first U.S. billboard in Kentucky.