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Employment numbers rebound slightly, still far behind 2019

Numbers slowly improving, Woodford one of the lowest

Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates and Circuit Court Clerks donate COVID swab tests

Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA) and Kentucky's Circuit Court Clerks delivered 1,500 COVID-19 swab tests to the Department of Public Health Thursday. 

Bluegrass COVID-19 research partnership example of how community colleges meeting new challenges

Community Colleges meeting new challenges this year during Community College Month

Child Abuse Prevention Month coming

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Keeneland April two-year-olds sale catalog now online

A catalogue of the two-year-olds in training and horses of racing age available for sale at Keeneland in April is now online.

Kentucky’s May unemployment rate unchanged from April

Kentucky's May unemployment rate was unchanged from the month before and down slightly from one year ago.

‘Old Friends’ to offer twilight tours in late April

Old Friends thoroughbred retirement farm in Georgetown will offer special "Twilight Tours" on April 25-26.

KFC Yum! Center adds “Business Boom” event to Thunder festivities

The KFC Yum! Center is expanding its Thunder festivities with an event created specifically to enable members of the Louisville business community to connect, expand their professional network and discuss opportunities for collaboration.

Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial 5K to be held in April

3rd annual 5K to be for fallen officer in April.

Revenues up in April, but likely not enough to avert deficit

A modest growth in Kentucky's April tax collections likely won't be enough to stop a predicted $113.2 million shortfall when the budget year ends June 30.

Gov. Bevin: April is Minority Health Month

To coincide with the national observance, Governor Matt Bevin has proclaimed April Minority Health Month in Kentucky

Rx Take-Back event scheduled for April 29.

Kentucky State Police are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to encourage Kentuckians to remove potentially dangerous medicines from their homes and dispose of them safely as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 29, 2017.

Traffic Impact: Fourth Street to be closed at railroad crossing next week

There will be a complete road closure of the railroad crossing on Fourth Street between Henry Street and Newtown Pike in Lexington next week.

Gov. Bevin declares April 2017 Junior Achievement Month

At a press conference in Lexington on Friday, Governor Matt Bevin signed a proclamation declaring April 2017 Junior Achievement Month in Kentuck

Kentucky Supreme Court to hear civil arguments April 19-20

The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear arguments this month over whether a jail can sue a county for costs associated with housing inmates.

April Events at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center

April is jam-packed down at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center, and Executive Director Donald Mason, along with Amber Baker, come by the studio to tell Meteorologist Eric Burke what's on tap for the month.

Free trash disposal day scheduled for Apr. 15

The City of Lexington is partnering with the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station to offer Fayette County residents a free trash disposal day for non-hazardous household waste.

Pinwheels to be planted for child abuse prevention awareness

April is national child abuse prevention month, and CASA of Lexington along with Wesley's Place, are joining groups across the country, using the pinwheel - chosen to represent hope and promise - to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect prevention.

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