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Business owners save hundreds in unemployment insurance taxes

State lawmakers passed House Bill 413 to allow the tax schedule for unemployment insurance stay frozen at the rate it was at before the pandemic.

Kentucky lawmakers OK virus liability shield for businesses

The liability protection measure passed the House and Senate on Tuesday. The measure is headed to the governor for consideration.

Lexington businesses reflect on past year, challenges of the pandemic

Some businesses say they know some changes are here to stay, but hope that eventually things mostly return to normal.

Attorney General announces guidance to businesses on COVID-19 surcharges

A guidance to businesses on COVID-19 surcharges was announced on Tuesday. 

Businesses, restaurants offer deals for veterans

Military.com | By Heather Sweeney Military.com has compiled a list of Veterans Day discounts on restaurants, goods, services and events for 2020. Click below to search for discounts by category. Visit...

Whiskey Bear bar owner says waiving alcohol renewal fees will save thousands for businesses

On Thursday, Governor Andy Beshear announced the state is waiving the alcohol license renewal fee for bars and restaurants in the state to help give some financial relief during the pandemic.

Health department district warns of coronavirus clusters with several links

Connections spread out over several areas, including a restaurant.

Beshear hints at business re-openings in May, but in stages

Gov. Andy Beshear is hinting at business re-openings beginning in May but says Kentucky’s “new normal” will require people and workers to wear masks in public.

City of Pikeville offering grants to businesses impacted by COVID-19

The City of Pikeville is offering one-time $2,000 grants to businesses impacted by the coronavirus.

Beshear: Kentucky should be ‘smartest’ in reopening economy

Gov. Beshear says Kentucky should resist the temptation of being the fastest to reopen its coronavirus-battered economy.

Lexington mayor announces seventh death, asks businesses to help medical community

The city has implemented a hiring freeze and curbed other spending in anticipation of revenue shortfalls and Mayor Linda Gorton is asking for help from the business community to supply PPEs.

State warns of scam targeting businesses

The office says scammers are posing as "Kentucky Certificate Services" and are calling businesses, especially newly-formed, about a "Certificate of Status".

WATCH: Flooding closes Cynthiana businesses

Flood waters took over a shopping center along U.S. 27 South in Cynthiana, closing several businesses.

Grimes: Kentucky businesses break filing records for third consecutive year

For a third year in a row, Kentucky businesses are breaking filing records, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced Thursday.

UPDATE: Crews still working to put out Stuff Recycling fire

Firefighters remain on the scene of this weekend's massive fire at a recycling facility in Winchester that shut down the road and several businesses in the area for close to a day.

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.

Machete-wielding Lexington man causes school lockdowns

A Lexington man was arrested in Daviess County after reportedly pulling a machete in a hijacking attempt, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Fuel spill leads to evacuations in Casey County

Homes and businesses were evacuated following a fuel spill in Casey County on Tuesday, according to county dispatchers.

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Police chief says reports of shots fired down in past month

Lexington Police Chief Lawrence Weathers says the city may feel unsafe, but reports of shots fired have gone down in the last month.
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Department of Public Safety holds job fair to encourage applications

Lexington's Department of Public Safety hosted a job fair Wednesday afternoon with booths for police, fire and emergency management.