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Ernst & Young helping with unemployment claims: Contract set to expire

Governor Andy Beshear announced that he brought in Ernst & Young (EY) to help with unemployment on June 30th, he said he expected the global accounting firm would get Kentucky close to caught up with claims.

Lawmakers want two-year contract for Fish and Wildlife director

Financial concerns cause split over contract length.

UK gives Capilouto three-year contract extension

Capilouto been on the job nine years

Capilouto’s contract to be extended with 10 percent pay cut this year

University of Kentucky Board of Trustees has extended President ELI Capilouto's contract and granted his request for a 10 percent reduction in his salary in the coming year.

Passport Health Plan not given new KY contract for Medicaid

The Bevin administration has dropped Louisville’s Passport Health Plan in awarding $8 billion annually in Medicaid contracts.

Kroger associates ratify new contract, raise wages

The agreement raises starting wages to $10 per hour, accelerates wage progressions up to $11 an hour after one year of service.

GOP leaders opt not to renew LRC director’s contract

David Byerman posted on his Twitter account Tuesday that his last day will be September 30.

County attorney, accused of making threats, blames politics

Floyd County Attorney Keith Bartley says the accusations are part of an "unprovoked and reckless attack" to punish him for campaigning for Governor Bevin's Democratic opponent in the 2015 election.

Kentucky State University Board of Regents extends president’s contract

Kentucky State University Board of Regents voted unanimously to extend the contract of President M. Christopher Brown II through July 19, 2022.

Milk crisis to close Dean Foods plant, cost jobs

The milk crisis at Dean Foods is forcing dairy farmers out of business and will eliminate more than 60 jobs at a Kentucky plant.

AG Beshear filed lawsuit to stop pension reform law

As expected, Attorney General Andy Beshear is suing to stop the pension reform law signed Tuesday by Governor Matt Bevin.

Mitchell gets contract extension

UK women's hoops head coach retained with pay bump through 2022.

Lexington Herald-Leader signs contract to sell its downtown building

The Lexington Herald-Leader has signed a contract to sell its downtown building on Midland Avenue, according to the newspaper. 

Adoption ‘czar’ contract clears legislative panel

A legislative committee has approved a Southern Baptist professor's $250,000 state contract to review Kentucky's troubled child welfare system.

Ag Commissioner warns farmers of hay-buying scam

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles is cautioning area farmers to stay alert for possible scams targeting hay buyers and sellers.

Kentucky lawmakers criticize benefind contract

The launch of a state public benefit system has drawn criticism from a bipartisan group of Kentucky lawmakers.

Records show firm with Beshear ties won last-day contract

Records have revealed that on its last day in office, Kentucky's Steve Beshear administration awarded a no-bid contract of about $3 million to a technology company that retains the husband of one of Beshear's top officials as a consultant and employs one of Beshear's former officials as a lobbyist.

Kentucky Board of Education considers commissioner contract

The Kentucky Board of Education is meeting Tuesday to ratify a contract with the new state education commissioner, Stephen Pruitt.

W.Va. awards largest highway contract ever for US 35 project

A Kentucky company has received the largest contract ever awarded by the West Virginia Division of Highways.

$128M contract awarded for new bridge over Lake Barkley

A contract has been awarded to build a new bridge over Lake Barkley in western Kentucky in a $128.3 million project.

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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board. 
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Racist internet trolls interrupt as council gives preliminary approval to rename Lexington park

An Urban County Council discussion Tuesday night, on renaming a Lexington park once used to sell slaves, was interrupted by racist trolls.
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Group behind white power flyers says they’re not hateful, Rabbi disagrees

Over the weekend some people in Central Kentucky received white supremacy flyers at their homes.

Keeneland catalogs 4,272 Yearlings for 2020 September Sale

The prestigious auction will offer online bidding and expanded phone bidding for those buyers participating remotely.