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Ohio hands out $2.1 billion in unemployment overpayments, fraud

State says payments covered variety of areas.

Bluegrass woman says government owes her $10,000 in unemployment

The state says it's paid benefits to more than 90% of claimants yet about 30,000 people like Deborah are still waiting.

Unemployment computers to be down Friday and Saturday

Computer shutdown will make system better in long run

UI claims, manufacturing, tourism and other state updates

Updates on other issues also provided.

Field work for unemployment, outside contractor coming this week

State gets outside help to get through final cases

State to send UI teams back into the field

Some teams could be in the field in two weeks

Beshear boosting staff at unemployment benefit centers

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is pledging to speed up unemployment insurance claims by improving staffing at career centers around the state.

1 drug company announces details of $5M opioid settlement

The drug company Allergan says its $5 million payments divided between two Ohio counties.

McConnell says FBI didn’t corroborate claims

WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the FBI's background investigation of Brett Kavanaugh didn't corroborate any of the sexual misconduct allegations...

GOP leaders hire firm to investigate harassment

Kentucky's House Republican leaders say they have hired a law firm to conduct an independent investigation of sexual harassment allegations against state lawmakers.

Audit finds inappropriately awarded claims in state Workers’ Comp program

An audit finds millions in inappropriately awarded claims in the state's Workers' Compensation Program under the previous administration.

Regulator questioned about abortion clinic’s licensing fight

A key health care regulator in Kentucky is being questioned at a federal trial about the circumstances that led to a licensing fight threatening to shut down the state's last abortion clinic.

Justices side with Kentucky nursing home in arbitration case

The Supreme Court says a Kentucky nursing home can require the families of two former residents to pursue claims against the home outside of court.

Kentucky Attorney General claims pharmaceutical companies illegally conspired to monopolize generic drugs

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Tuesday his office has amended a complaint in a lawsuit alleging pharmaceutical companies monopolized generic drug markets.

Grimes addresses claims of rigged election at task force meeting

During a meeting with the Election Integrity Task Force on Tuesday, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes addressed claims from Donald Trump's campaign that election results are being rigged.

Beshear: Kentuckians involved in HSBC settlement may file claims beginning Aug. 24

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced on Monday that the nearly 1,400 Kentucky borrowers eligible for relief through a settlement agreement with HSBC mortgage lender may file a claim starting August 24.

Lexington man accused in suit of submitting false claims

A Lexington man and his company are being accused by the federal government of submitting false grant application claims.

KY registry names adult caregivers with proven abuse claims

A registry that names adult caregivers with substantiated abuse claims has been quietly building since it was created last year.

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New outreach program serving in local communities

Community outreach programs have teamed up to bring resources and hope directly into communities in need.

Hops and Vine Festival celebrates local business

Apollo Pizza turns 40 this year and held it's birthday celebration during the annual Hops and Vine Festival.

Music comes to Midway with first local music festival

Local sponsors put on the first music festival in Midway on Saturday.

The Nest hosts first in-person event of the year

This year's annual Family Fun Day by The Nest was themed "safety".