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‘Treated like garbage’: Sanitation workers want pay fix

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports city sanitation workers asked the city council Thursday for the same pay scale program seen in the police department.

Los Angeles moves to ban sale of fur products

A proposal to ban the sale of fur products in the city of Los Angeles has advanced.

Community discusses proposal for new city hall

The idea of a new city hall in Lexington has been talked about for years. Is it finally about to happen?

Council leader removed as lawyer in child sex abuse lawsuit

A Kentucky city council president has been disqualified as a plaintiff's attorney in a child sex abuse lawsuit against the city and two former police officers.

Council leader removed as lawyer in child sex abuse lawsuit

A Kentucky city council president has been disqualified as a plaintiff's attorney in a child sex abuse lawsuit against the city and two former police officers.

City attorney resigns, says council didn’t take his advice

A city attorney in Kentucky says a conflict with the city council led to his resignation.

Facing impeachment pressure, Kentucky councilman takes leave

A Louisville councilman who faces possible impeachment on charges of sexually harassing fellow council members and staff will take a 90-day medical leave of absence.

UPDATE: Camping World flag ordinance addressed in Georgetown City Council

On Monday evening, the City Council addressed an ordinance that caused something of a stir between Marcus Lemonis, the CEO of Camping World, and the City of Georgetown.

Bardstown City Council fires mayor

The Bardstown City Council has voted to fire the city's mayor.

Coin Flip Decides Grayson City Council Election After Tie

A coin flip has broken a tie and decided the election for the final spot on the Grayson City Council.

Brandenburg Council Votes to Accept Confederate Monument

Brandenburg City Council votes unanimously to accept the 121-year-old Confederate monument from Louisville.

Radcliff to discuss urban farming within city limits

The Radcliff City Council is expected to discuss if farm animals should be allowed in residential zones within city limits.

Councilmember wants to lower Morehead’s EMS funding

A Morehead councilman says the city should lower its EMS contribution by $39,000. That's according to the The Morehead News. The paper says the city held a second reading this week on an ordinance to adopt the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget. It reports that councilman Tom Carew proposed a budget amendment that would cut some of the city's funding to Morehead-Rowan County EMS.

UPDATE: Berea City Council Rejects Fairness Ordinance

The Berea City Council rejected an ordinance Tuesday that would have banned discrimination based on sexual orientation.

UPDATE: Perryville Searching For New Police Chief

Perryville has started the process of looking for a new Police Chief. The town's Former Chief, Charlie Parks, and the department's only other officer quit last week.

Nothern KY Candidate Didn’t Get Wife’s Vote Needed To Win

A Northern Kentucky election proves every vote counts.

Coin Toss Decides Tie Election In Whitesburg

A tie election in Whitesburg has ended with a coin toss.

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Kentucky Speedway loses NASCAR Cup Series race in 2021

Mile-and-a-half oval tracks like Kentucky Speedway have fallen out of favor with some NASCAR fans and drivers in recent years.

Unsightly trash prompts new regulations by city

New rules take effect Thursday.

Adena Trail project nears completion in Mt. Sterling

Work should be completed by end of October, according to city.