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Buying Kentucky cheese can help feed the hungry, needy

The standalone coolers will be featured in 10 Kroger stores across the state including Lexington, Louisville, Frankfort, Elizabethtown and Richmond.

Alliance Resource Partners to cut coal jobs in Kentucky

The owner of two southern Illinois coal mines says it's cutting more than 200 jobs at those locations as well as additional positions at a Kentucky mine.

Chefs to help prepare meals in some Kentucky schools

Chefs will help schools in eight Kentucky counties start preparing meals using fresh, local foods as part of two farm-to-school pilot projects.

Old Friends receives 2016 TAA accreditation

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Facility located in Georgetown, announced on Wednesday that it has been renewed for 2016 as a Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) Accredited site.

14,000 poker players say they deserve lawsuit winnings

About 14,000 Kentucky poker players are trying to get a piece of a multi-million dollar judgment against an online poker company.

29th annual Trees of Life unveiling set for November 20

The Kidney Health Alliance of Kentucky will unveil this year's Trees of Life at the "Christmas Carnivale" event.

Alliance holding River Blast at Fort Boonesborough this week

The Kentucky River Water Trail Alliance is holding its River Blast this week with activities throughout the day at Fort Boonesborough State Park near Richmond.

Alltech, KSU Form Alliance On Sustainable Farming Techniques

Alltech and Kentucky State University formalized a joint research alliance to develop sustainable farming techniques and modern farming models.

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Nurses come out of retirement to help speed vaccinations

They missed working with patients and wanted to help Baptist Health Corbin

Mega Millions jackpot over $850 million

Tuesday night's Mega Millions jackpot has been raised to an estimated $865 million.

Police need help locating missing Laurel County man

The Kentucky State Police is still investigating the disappearance of Casper Burkhart, 58, of Corbin.

Kentucky Chamber releases report on racial equity in state, ways to improve

Study addresses education, criminal justice, economic development