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“No more silence, stop the violence” cookout promotes peace

After his brother was stabbed to death at an apartment complex, one Frankfort man wants to stop the violence.

Military history group offers passes for Louisville event

Passes available for Society for Military History's meeting in Louisville next month .

New Kentucky map now available for spring road-trip plans

Kentucky Official Highway Map is now available.

Dump sites found at Daniel Boone National Forest

Several illegal dump sites have been found at the Daniel Boone National Forest.

Bill to charge fees for disabled parking heads to governor

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky could soon begin charging a fee for multiple disabled parking placards. The state Senate passed House Bill 81 on Wednesday....

Kentucky officials to experiment with blocking invasive fish

Fish and wildlife officials are experimenting with an environmentally friendly way to get rid of Asian carp.

EKU launches bike-share program for students

EKU launches its dock-free bike-share program in partnership with LimeBike.

BBB: Be careful buying tickets to see the Cats on the road to the...

The Better Business Bureau is warning fans to be careful when buying tickets to the NCAA Men’s Sweet 16.

Volunteers to pick up litter along Kentucky roads

Adopt-a-Highway volunteers will be out across the state this week, picking up litter around highways.
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Jobless rates drop in 119 Kentucky counties

Unemployment rates fell in 119 counties in Kentucky in the last year.
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Some Kentucky school districts to get more resource officers

More school resource officers hired for Boyd County and Fairview Independent schools districts.

Coroner asks for help locating deceased man’s family

The Fayette County Coroner's Office is trying to located the family of James R. Bowman, who died recently in Lexington.
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Estill County opens warming shelter

Estill County opened a warming shelter Monday evening due to weather-related power outages.

39th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade to honor the late Dr. Lyons

This year's St. Patrick's Day to honor the late Dr. Pearse Lyons.

Informational meeting scheduled for former Eric Conn clients

Floyd County attorney Ned Pillersdorf announces a meeting to help Eric Conn's victims who were notified their disability benefits are under review.

Senate bill will require sexual violence awareness training

Senator Denise Harper Angel files Senate Bill 238, requiring physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and emergency medical technicians to undergo a three-hour sexual violence-training course as part of their continuing education requirements.
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Kentucky State Parks preparing to open campgrounds

State campgrounds are about to open up.
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Emergency weather plan activated in Lexington

With cold temperatures expected over the next few days, Lexington activates its Emergency Weather & Intervention plan to help the homeless.

Lexington mayor names Armstrong new Public Safety Commissioner

Mayor Jim Gray has tapped Code Enforcement Director and former Assistant Police Chief Ken Armstrong to be the city’s new Commissioner of Public Safety.

BBB: Online purchase scams riskiest type of fraud

A new report from the Better Business Bureau shows online purchase scams are now the riskiest form of consumer fraud.

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