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Firefighters approved for ‘virtual’ training

Uncertainties over how long the coronavirus restrictions will be in place has prompted the Kentucky Fire Commission to allow "virtual" training.

Voters approve Marsy’s Law but its fate is still unknown

Voters in Kentucky said yes to Marsy's Law, the proposed constitutional amendment that would give crime victims more rights. But will the courts say 'yes' to an amendment criticized for being too vague?

Court grants search of machete attack suspect’s laptop

A court has approved the search of a laptop used by the man accused of attacking students with a machete at a university coffee shop in central Kentucky.

State Lawmakers push for charter schools in Kentucky

Kentucky is a step closer to allowing charter schools after a yes vote from the state House on Friday.

Teacher equity plans approved for 16 states

The Obama administration has approved plans by 16 states, including Kentucky, to help give all students - regardless of race, ethnicity or economic background -- access to the best teachers.

Metro Sewer District board approves $1M for flood buyouts

The Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District board has approved $1 million in an effort to buy out a group of repeated flood victims, while Metro Council leadership and Mayor Greg Fischer were making no promises to provide city funding.

Lawmakers approve Keeneland tax break for Breeders’ Cup

Lexington's Keeneland racetrack will get a tax break from the state for hosting the Breeders' Cup this fall.

UPDATE: Revised Fairness Ordinance Passes In Danville

The City of Danville passed a Fairness Ordinance Monday night. The group called the Fairness Coalition said the approval came with a 4-1 vote.

Fireworks Ban Approved In Lexington

The Urban County Council unanimously approved a fireworks ban Thursday night.

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Pineville man accused of raping preschooler

43-year old Jason Hickman was arrested in Bell County on Monday on a KSP warrant, according to WRIL Radio.

Fayette County to announce Tuesday if students will return to classroom Feb. 8

Whenever students return to the classroom, the school district say it will happen in stages, beginning with kindergarten through second grade.

Kentucky and Florida tied after opening day of blood donation battle

Kentucky and Florida each had 243 donors to begin the 13th annual Big Blue Slam.

Congressman Barr to serve on House Foreign Affairs Committee

Rep. Barr's selection is expected to be ratified at the next Republican Conference meeting.