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Audit highlights problems with early surge in unemployment claims

Audit shows impact of crush on finances, operations.

Pulaski ECD agency gets clean financial audits

SPEDA voluntarily participated in third-party review of financial records

UK audit reveals misuse of more than $250,000 in College of Education

2 workers named, audit sent to law enforcement, Provost will administer the college’s financial operations as part of reforms

Bedford city audit headed to AG for probe

The examination of the Trimble County city contains seven findings and recommendations by Harmon’s office. 

Kentucky audit cites multiple faults by Owsley County clerk

An audit released Monday accuses Owsley County Clerk Shanna Oliver of failing to properly perform her duties

6 Kentucky counties chosen for post-election audits

The Kentucky attorney general’s office says six counties have been chosen for post-general election audits.

Lawmaker: Pension audit will result in follow-up legislation

Republican Sen. Jimmy Higdon said Monday that a state audit showed the Kentucky Retirement Systems and Teachers' Retirement System are interpreting parts of the 2017 law differently.

Audit finds discrepancies with former Leslie Co. sheriff’s account

The findings are being turned over to the state attorney general’s office for potential further investigation.

KEMI board votes to cut CEO’s pay following critical audit

The governing board of Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance has recommended its chief executive take a pay cut and lose his long-term job contract in favor of year-to-year probation.

School board meeting tense during auditor debate

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Fayette County Public School System has an outside auditor to keep an eye on the books. Some new members of...

Kentucky schools address autism services after kids dragged

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Following two reports of educators dragging autistic students, a Kentucky school district has outlined a plan to improve services. The Lexington...

Audit: Kentucky paid more than $200,000 for incomplete work

From 2014 to 2017, records show the board paid a contractor $233,149 to write a new statewide 911 plan. But auditors could find no evidence the company did the work.

Auditor finds questionable expenditures in firefighter fund

The report released Thursday by Auditor Mike Harmon questions spending $150,000 for annual firefighter competitions between 2014 and 2017.

School district investigates use of stun gun on student

A fight at a Kentucky high school in which an officer was assaulted and a stun gun was used on a student has led the district to launch two investigations.

Audit finds inappropriately awarded claims in state Workers’ Comp program

An audit finds millions in inappropriately awarded claims in the state's Workers' Compensation Program under the previous administration.

Jackson County embezzlement case sent to FBI, KSP

The FBI and State Police are being asked to follow-up on claims the former Jackson County treasurer pocketed more than $100,000 in taxpayer money, according to a just released audit from the state.

Foundations help offset costs of U of L audit

The James Graham Brown Foundation and the C.E. and S. Foundation have fulfilled their pledges made nearly a year ago to help offset the cost of the audit, which has reached $2.2 million.

University of Louisville Foundation CFO put on paid leave

The University of Louisville Foundation says it has placed its chief financial officer on paid leave, in a move revealed one day after the release of a blistering audit.

Audit: Annual payments on Yum Center debt were late

Kentucky's auditor says deadlines were missed in making annual payments under the Yum Center's lease agreement.

City to launch audit of Louisville jail over inmate releases

The city is launching a review to determine how often inmates are improperly released from Louisville Metro Corrections.

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Schools facing some challenges with in-person learning

Kentucky Youth Advocates, a statewide organization that calls itself an independent voice for kids, got together virtually and talked about what schools should expect next now that students are gradually returning to the classroom.

Scott deputy’s social media activity could end in discipline

Sheriff begins investigation after WTVQ ABC 36, other inquiries.

UPDATE: Lexington man identified as body found in burning car

Passerby initially thought barn was on fire