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Kentucky panel sets hearing for one-vote election challenge

Kentucky lawmakers have scheduled a hearing later this month to decide what to do about a former Republican lawmaker.

Kentucky lawmaker challenging Bevin in GOP primary

Republican state Rep. Robert Goforth has offered a stinging rebuke of Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin in opening his campaign to challenge the incumbent in the spring primary.

Kentucky Supreme Court upholds ‘Right to Work’ Law

The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled Kentucky's 'Right to Work' law is constitutional.

Voters approve Marsy’s Law but its fate is still unknown

Voters in Kentucky said yes to Marsy's Law, the proposed constitutional amendment that would give crime victims more rights. But will the courts say 'yes' to an amendment criticized for being too vague?

Firefighters compete in firefighter combat challenge

Lexington firefighters are competing in the inaugural Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge.

Cats to play WVU in Big 12 / SEC Challenge

A look at the series history between Kentucky and West Virginia as the two meet up again next season.

Woman pleads guilty in connection to western Kentucky deaths

A woman has pleaded guilty in connection with the slaying of a family in Trigg County in 2014.

Planned Parenthood of IN & KY, ACLU challenge new Indiana abortion law

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is suing over a new Indiana law that makes it tougher for girls under age 18 to get an abortion without their parents knowledge.

Lt. Gov. Hampton issues “Bluegrass Book Buddies” literacy challenge

On Monday, Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton announced a new literacy challenge in the State Capitol Rotunda.

28-Day #PlankChallenge with Personal Trainer Nate Wylie

The Midday Kentucky team says they're ready to take on personal trainer Nate Wylie's 28-Day #PlankChallenge, but are you?

24-Hour Homeless Challenge 10-31

Faith Thompson, Associate Director of Student Support Services for Fayette County Public Schools, and Charlie Lanter, Director of Homeless Prevention and Intervention, come by the studio to tell Doug High about their unique 24-Hour Homeless Challenge, aimed at raising awareness and funds for the most vulnerable among us: homeless children.

PFM Group wins contract to review Kentucky pension systems

A Philadelphia-based consulting company has won a contract to review Kentucky's struggling public pension systems.

Former UK board chairman Miles charged with rape, sodomy

Former University of Kentucky board chairman Billy Joe Miles has been charged with rape, sodomy and bribing a witness.

Former KRS chairman set to argue against removal in court

The former chairman of the beleaguered Kentucky Retirement Systems is heading to court to challenge his removal by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.

What does C.H.A.M.P. stand for?

Anthony "Champ" Kelly breaks it down at his sixth annual camp in Lexington.

Calling all tree huggers: Come help break Guinness record

Officials at Bernheim Forest in central Kentucky are putting out a call to everyone: Come hug a tree in an effort to break a world record.

Paris police to challenge charges brought by Chief

A legal battle is brewing in Paris, where 5 police officers say they will challenge charges brought against them by the Chief of the department.

Decision Tuesday on whether Jim Gray will run for Senate

Expect a decision Tuesday on whether Lexington Mayor Jim Gray will run for the U.S. Senate.

Embracing the challenge

Coach Cal is still preaching the same thing to his team after the loss to UCLA, but he knows it's time for he and his staff to join in on embracing the challenge.

Strides made, but challenges remain for child well-being

The annual Kids Count report from Kentucky Youth Advocates says poverty remains the biggest obstacle to child well-being across the state.

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Man charged with credit card fraud

Man arrested after citizens help ID him.

Home sales continue to rebound across the state

Big increase over last year after COVID impact

Recovery effort continues for missing kayaker

Man missing since Sunday evening.

Brass Band Festival gets new executive director

Two new board members also named.