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GOP Majorities Keep Fast-Break Pace in Advancing Bills

Kentucky Republicans have stayed on a fast-break pace of advancing many of their priorities.

Mt. Sterling PD Seeking Suspects Using Counterfeit Bills

Police in Mt. Sterling are asking for help from the public in identifying two individuals they say are passing counterfeit bills in the area.

Energy Assistance Program Opens Tue., Nov. 1

Thousands of low-income families in Central Kentucky can obtain energy assistance for the coming winter this Tuesday, November 1, as Community Action Council opens the subsidy component of its Federally funded Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

Technical issue affects 221 LEXserv accounts

Credit and debit card payment processors for Greater Cincinnati Works, which administers LEXserv bills, experienced a technical problem last weekend affecting about 221 LEXserv accounts.

Ahead of Court Days, Mt. Sterling Police warn of counterfeit cash

Police in Mount Sterling are warning businesses and the public that they've received several reports of counterfeit $100 dollar bills circulating in the area.

Paul has more than $300,000 in unpaid campaign bills

Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, known as an anti-debt crusader, piled up more than $300,000 in unpaid bills from his failed presidential campaign.

Richmond PD looking for suspect passing counterfeit bills

Richmond Police are asking for help from the public in identifying a man they say is passing counterfeit $20 bills in the area.

Lexington, surrounding counties facing water rate increase

The Kentucky Public Service Commission is holding a public meeting on a request to increase water utility bills for more than 100,000 customers in and around Lexington.

A host of new laws to go into effect in mid-July

A look at some of the new laws passed by the General Assembly in the just completed regular session that could impact Kentuckians.

Bevin speaks to Kentucky Senate in impromptu visit

Gov. Matt Bevin has made an impromptu visit to the Kentucky Senate to thank lawmakers for a long day of work on a stack of legislation.

Berea PD investigate counterfeit bills

Police in Berea say they've seen a number of counterfeit bills being used around the city.

Kentucky Utilities customers bills go up July 1

Kentucky Utilities customers will pay more for electricity beginning July 1, 2015.

Political compromises brokered in a Ford Edge

Leaders from both parties praised two political rivals Wednesday for their work on a pair of important bills to reduce heroin overdose deaths and protect victims of dating violence.

Ky. Senate passes bills in flurry of action

Kentucky Senate Republicans have passed bills dealing with abortion, medical malpractice and the prevailing wage in a flurry of action that drew objections from Democrats.

Berea Police: Counterfeit Bills Spike at Local Businesses

Berea Police are warning business owners after counterfeit money has popped up in at least six different places.

Winners And Losers Of Kentucky’s 2014 Legislative Session

Kentucky’s 2014 Legislative Session is officially in the books. Lawmakers passed a two-year budget, a road plan, and 26 other bills this session that ended on Tuesday.

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