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Kinship care bill moves to Senate

Kentucky would be required to beef up assistance for relatives or family friends of children placed in their care by the state under a bill that has cleared the Kentucky House.

Coroners office asking for public’s assistance finding family

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)  - The Fayette County coroner is looking for the family of a man that passed away last week. According to the coroners...

Fayette Co. coroner needs help finding man’s relatives

The Fayette County coroner needs the public's help finding a man's relative.

State providing financial assistance to family foster caregivers

The Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) is allocating additional resources to determine eligibility of financial assistance payments to certain relative and fictive kin caregivers with children placed in their home by CHFS.

Kentucky Power assisting with Irma restoration efforts

More Kentucky crews heading to help in Florida.

Estill County storm victims continue to receive assistance

The Estill County Emergency Management Agency continues to help residents affected by the storms earlier this month.
State of Emergency

UPDATE: Gov. Bevin Declares State of Emergency, Fire Restrictions Implemented

In the wake of numerous wildland fires burning around the state, Governor Matt Bevin has declared a statewide emergency.
Broadband

Broadband providers can soon participate in assistance plan

Broadband providers will be able to participate in a program that offers subsidized service to low-income households starting Dec. 1.
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Madison Co. Sheriff asking for help finding wanted man

The Madison Co. Sheriff is asking for help from the public in capturing a wanted man.
Health Care

State launches new assistance application website, Benefind

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services has launched a new website, Benefind, for Assistance Programs.

Danville PD looking for suspect in scams

A Danville woman is wanted by police on charges of theft by unlawful taking.
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USPS asks public to clear sidewalks & mailbox areas of snow

In advance of a potentially large snowfall expected this weekend, Postal officials are asking for the public’s cooperation in keeping mailboxes, steps, and sidewalks clear of snow and ice so letter carriers are able to provide the safest, most efficient delivery service possible.
SNAP

Work requirement in place for food stamps in 8 Ky. counties

Over 17,000 food stamp recipients in eight Kentucky counties must begin part-time work, education or volunteer activities in order to keep their benefits under a newly reinstated requirement.

House leaders: Increase Nat’l Guard tuition assistance

On Monday, Kentucky House leadership called on Governor Matt Bevin to add more money to the National Guard Tuition Assistance Program, which has seen requests outpace available funding.
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Kentucky National Guard tuition aid falls short

The Kentucky National Guard says a financial shortfall is causing hundreds of the state's soldiers to lose college tuition funding.
Kentucky, American, Water

H20 Help to Others program helps families in need

Kentucky American Water wants to remind customers and the community of an opportunity to help families in need by donating to the “H20 Help to Others” program.
U.S. Small Business Administration

Relief following July storms available in expanded area

Small businesses and most private nonprofit organizations in Bell County are now eligible to apply for U.S. Small Business Administration economic injury disaster loans following storms and flooding that occurred July 11 to July 20.

Counties added for assistance after July storms in Kentucky

The U.S. Small Business Administration says additional counties have been added to those eligible for assistance following severe weather in July.
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3 counties added to July disaster declaration in Kentucky

Three more counties have been added to a disaster declaration stemming from severe storms in July.
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FEMA reaches out to survivors in Kentucky communities

Specialists with the Federal Emergency Management Agency are reaching out to survivors in Kentucky’s storm-ravaged communities of Carter, Johnson, Rowan and Trimble counties to help individuals register for assistance.

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