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Democratic Senate hopefuls stake out health care positions

Several U.S. Senate Democratic hopefuls have staked out health care positions at a forum.

31 file for statewide office in Kentucky ahead of deadline

Thirty-one people have filed to run for statewide office in Kentucky this year.

Special election candidates named for vacant Senate seat

The special election will be Tuesday, March 5, for Senate District 31, which includes Elliott, Lawrence, Martin, Morgan and Pike counties.

Reports of yard sign vandalism increase as election day nears

Four days before Election Day and you've heard complaints our politics have become more mean-spirited, and divisive.

Election officials expect high voter turnout for Midterm

Election day is just one week away and as candidates continue to campaign, officials predict this midterm could see a higher than average turn out.

AFP backs 6 GOP state House candidates in Kentucky

Of the six Republicans, five are facing challenges from current or former teachers running as Democrats.

Political candidates show up in force at Labor Day Picnic

Hundreds of union workers came together in lexington for the fifth annual labor day picnic.

Attorney General: OK to post list of write-in candidates

Kentucky's attorney general says it is OK for election officials to post a list of certified write-in candidates at polling places.

Lexington mayoral candidates square off in forum

As we get closer to the primary election, candidates in all races are picking up the pace trying to get their voices heard.

Two candidates running against controversial Kim Davis

Two candidates have announced they'll try to run against controversial Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis next year.

UofL won’t announce names of presidential finalists

University of Louisville trustees have decided on a presidential search process that won't identify the finalists before the next campus leader is chosen.

Candidates sought for community college boards

Officials are seeking qualified candidates to serve on boards that oversee colleges in the Kentucky Community and Technical College System.

4 Candidates Interviewed for WKU’s Next President

The search for Western Kentucky University's next president is narrowing with the current number of candidates under consideration dropping to four.

Search committee evaluates candidates for WKU president

Fewer than 10 applicants are under serious consideration to become Western Kentucky University's next president.

Congressional, Senate Candidates Make Final Push Before Election Day

Lots of door-to-door visits, as well as rallies by Kentucky Congressional and Senate candidates on Monday, one day before the general elections.

1 debate between US Senate candidates confirmed, 1 canceled

One proposed debate between Kentucky candidates running for U.S. Senate has been confirmed and another canceled.

Coal pensions, benefits divide Kentucky Senate candidates

Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates disagree over a bill that would rescue the pensions and health benefits of thousands of retired union coal miners.

Court: Judicial candidates can declare their political party

A federal appeals court has struck down a rule preventing judicial candidates in Kentucky from declaring their political affiliations.

Full slates of legislative candidates to be set Tuesday

Democrat Cluster Howard won by the slimmest of margins in 2014, ousting a freshman Republican House member by a mere 14 votes in eastern Kentucky. Now Republicans are aiming to make him a one-and-done lawmaker in their quest to consolidate power in Kentucky's Capitol.

Candidates in Kentucky’s contested congressional primaries

Kentucky's Republican and Democratic primary elections are Tuesday

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Ky. restaurants join national plea for federal relief to survive the pandemic

Now, the industry is calling on the federal government to help in the next stimulus package.

Jessamine County Public Schools will begin classes online only

Students were going to have a choice of in-person or online classes, until the recent spike in coronavirus cases.
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Nobel Peace Prize winner remembered in Kentucky

Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume died over the weekend at 83.

Clark County Public Schools to begin year online

First nine weeks are scheduled to be online starting September 8.