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The U.S. Department of Commerce announced Wednesday it was awarding a $2.5 million grant to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System of Hazard.
The University of Louisville and its partners plan to plant thousands of trees, shrubs and grasses in urban areas and study whether the action removes air pollution and improves human health.
The Markey Center is one of 70 centers nationally, and the only one in Kentucky, with the designation from the National Cancer Institute.
The University of Kentucky is allowing people to park in some lots on campus without a permit but that will change once school starts.
The Domestic Violence Prevention Board has published "A Survivor’s Handbook."
The 15 to Finish scholarship will pay $500 to students who successfully complete 15 credit hours in a semester and sign up for 15 hours.
Passport Fairs being held on Saturday at Kentucky post offices.
The National Corvette Museum is putting a call out to expand its collection.
The new 2019 Lexus ES 350, manufactured in Georgetown, will be at dealerships in September.
To address blood shortages, the Kentucky Blood Center will be holding pop-up blood drives around the region.
New immunization requirements for Kentucky students include Hepatitis A and Meningococcal vaccines.
Buy a Blizzard and help support Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
The Kentucky State Fair will begin accepting applications on Monday for several positions.
Kentucky ranked 12th in the nation for food hardship, with more than 1 in 6 households reporting they had trouble putting food on the table.
Western Kentucky University will no longer accept students with a cumulative, unweighted grade-point average that's below 2.0.
State says design improvements and new fees expected to help disabled populations.
The City is offering a free Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-B) training program.
The Lexington Post Office and Steel City Pops will host an event to celebrate the new scratch-and-sniff Frozen Treats Forever Stamps this Friday, July 27, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
The plant in Murray would provide 120 jobs, according to Governor Matt Bevin's office.
The community is rallying around a Frederick Douglass High School football player, who lost several relatives, including his grandparents.