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As expected, rules eased on bars, restaurants; feds must act: Beshear

Governor says Trump efforts need some modification.

State sees some good, bad budget news

Last fiscal year ended in black, new year not starting well.

Unemployment push success, budget improves, new business expansion

New hires ramping up jobless claims work, GE expanding in Louisville.

UK Athletics proposes $148.5 million budget

Full board to consider proposal Friday.

With fed funds, Lexington seeks to balance service, fiscal soundness

City wants to use federal money for dual purposes

UK budget avoids staff cuts

Budget doesn't have cuts, includes fewer on no-pay status

City, social service agencies ask donors to help offset shortfall

Lexington’s budget for next year has been crippled by a $40 million shortfall because of fallout from COVID-19

Kentucky faces budget shortfalls as its economy staggers

A new report says Kentucky's state government faces a revenue shortfall that could approach $500 million in the current fiscal year.

Trimming expenses when income is tight

Establishing flexible expenses versus fixed expenses is key.

Mayor budget to cut $40 million starting July 1

Mayor Linda Gorton says the budget she will present on April 28 will project a decrease of almost $40 million in revenue for the FY 20-21 budget year, beginning July 1.

Lawmakers override Beshear’s line-item budget vetoes

Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have pushed aside the Democratic governor's line-item vetoes of state spending bills.

Lawmakers sent Marsy’s Law to ballot, override vetoes

Kentucky lawmakers have finished work on a proposal that would add a series of crime victims' rights to the state's Constitution.

As expected, Beshear use of line-item veto sparks discussion

As he promised Friday, Gov. Andy Beshear kissued item vetoes Monday for parts of budget bills passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.

Governor talks stimulus, budget, reducing restrictions

Beshear hopes Congress will quickly act on a second round of stimulus that meets the needs of small business and just as importantly, gives assistance to state and local governments.

Budget votes full of ‘firsts’ for lawmakers

Several 'firsts' as state lawmaker approving budget with no raises

Teacher raises in doubt House speaker predicts

Kentucky House Speaker David Osborne says economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak will force lawmakers to scale back state spending plans.

Legislature’s return draws some criticism

Teachers, ACLU concerned about closed-door nature of session.

Eastern Ky. communities receive millions in Grants

In Governor Beshear's budget proposal, officials say returning every coal severance dollar back to coal-producing counties.

UPDATE: Breathitt Sheriff’s Dept. back to work after budget passes

Sheriff John Hollan says a budget has passed for Breathitt County Sheriff's Department. Last week, he announced it was forced to close.

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Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12

Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12
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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board.