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LexLive now open to the public

A project years in the making is finally open, project leaders cut the ribbon today on LexLive.

Proposal would develop ‘Recovery Ready’ communities

Legislation calls for statewide access to comprehensive prevention, treatment and recovery services

New service tax to go in effect Sunday

Sales tax is being added to several services you are not used to paying taxes on at all.

Tax reform could impact businesses

Customers and businesses react to a potential sales tax on goods and services that haven't been taxed in the past in Kentucky.

One Cat can’t go bowling

Mark Stoops says Stephen Johnson isn't allowed to bowl.

Collins Bowling Center on Eastland Drive to close in June

The Collins Bowling Center on Eastland Drive will close on June 1st.

UPDATE: New details in Laurel County double shooting

The Laurel County Sheriff’s Office has identified two men who deputies say were shot Thursday morning.

Zach Attack Bowl-a-thon sells out lanes for progeria research

Friends, family, and community members filled the lanes at Collins Bowling Alley in Lexington this afternoon. All to raise money for the Progeria Research Foundation and kids like nine year old Zach Pickard who was born with progeria.

Bowling Green expands housing program for homeless

The city of Bowling Green is changing its Section 8 housing voucher program to provide more housing options for the area's homeless population.

Dairy conferences set in Bowling Green to help farmers

Two conferences in Bowling Green this week will attract dairy experts from around the country.

GM plans another expansion at Corvette plant

General Motors says it will spend $44 million to increase engine-building capacity at the Kentucky plant that makes Corvette sports cars.

Former church secretary pleads guilty to wire fraud

A former secretary at a south-central Kentucky church has pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud charges.

Auto supply manufacturer to expand, add 450 jobs

Gov. Steve Beshear has announced that an auto supply manufacturer in Bowling Green plans to expand and add 450 jobs.

Dead ducks headed to lab after found floating in pond

About 20 dead ducks will be taken to a state lab in Hopkinsville after they were found floating in a pond.

German-based company to create 110 jobs in Kentucky

Kentucky officials say a German-based auto supplier will create 110 jobs in Bowling Green as part of the company's $130 million investment.

Independence Bowl’s new title sponsor, Camping World

The Independence Bowl Foundation has named Camping World as the title sponsor of the Independence Bowl.

GOP governor candidates to debate economy in Bowling Green

Kentucky's leading Republican candidates for governor will debate the economy Tuesday night in what could be an audition for the general election before one of the country's major conservative advocacy groups.

New entertainment complex to open in downtown Lexington

Plans are moving forward for a new entertainment complex in downtown Lexington, which includes a new movie theater and a bowling alley.

Man who shot after custody exchange says it was self-defense

A man who shot his sister's ex-boyfriend after a custody exchange at the Bowling Green police station says he did it in self-defense.

Special Olympics Bowling Competition Held In Lexington

More than 250 athletes gathered at Eastland Lanes in Lexington for a Special Olympics bowling competition Sunday.

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