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Woodford County Schools to remain virtual through Jan. 15

Online classes are scheduled to resume Jan. 4, 2021.

Pike County parks to reopen Friday

All parks were closed in March to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Beshear expands on non-discrimination standards

Order includes pregnancy, family status

Judge: Kentucky church can conduct Easter drive-in service

A federal judge says Kentucky's largest city cannot halt a local church’s drive-in service planned for Easter.

Ousted Board of Education members to sue Gov. Beshear

Governor Andy Beshear's reorganization of the Kentucky Board of Education on his first day in office led to a promise of a lawsuit from the ousted members.

UPDATE: Trump signs executive order to keep families together at border

Trump signs executive order to keep families together at border, says 'zero-tolerance' prosecution policy will continue.

Judge rules for, against Kentucky political rivals

A Kentucky judge says the state's Republican governor can reorganize some government boards when the legislature is not in session, but he can't write new laws.

Kentucky to sue Trump over end of health insurance subsidy

President Donald Trump's decision to end a provision of the Affordable Care Act that lowered out-of-pocket medical costs for millions of Americans has brought swift reaction from the states.

Kentucky attorney general sues GOP governor for fourth time

Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has sued the state's Republican governor for the fourth time.

Bevin alters executive order as lawsuit threat looms

Kentucky's Republican governor has made a slight change to an executive order, but it is unclear if it will be enough to avert a lawsuit from the state's Democratic attorney general.

Trump signs religious freedom executive order

President Trump signed an executive order today that 'he' says looks to give religious institutions more leeway when it comes to speaking out on political issues.

Sen. McConnell Speaks Out on Immigration Order, Gorsuch

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was on CNN's State of the Union show Sunday morning, and commented on President Donald Trump's reaction to recent developments halting his Executive Order on immigration.

Hundreds Rally Against Immigration Ban in Lexington

Hundreds of people gathered on the steps of the courthouse in downtown Lexington Sunday afternoon to protest President Trump's executive order on immigration.

Students Organize Rally Against Immigration Ban

In the days since President trump signed the executive order temporarily banning travel, hundreds of protests have taken place across the U.S. including right here in Lexington.

Order Gives ‘Fair Chance’ to Job Seekers with Criminal Past

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order aimed at giving people with criminal records a "fair chance" to land state government jobs.

Crowd Fills Christ Church Cathedral for Refugee Event

So many people turned out Tuesday night to show support for refugees in Lexington that event organizers feared that fire codes would be violated at Christ Church Cathedral.

UK President Releases Statement on Trump Immigration Order

Eli Capilouto, President of University of Kentucky, has issued a statement detailing how the school is responding to President Donald Trump's Executive Order, signed last Friday, that curbs immigration from 7 countries.

Louisville to Hold Pro-Immigration Rally Monday

In response to President Trump’s executive order on immigration, ABC affiliate WHAS says Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is planning a rally to celebrate immigrants.

Local Refugee Organizations Wary of New Refugee Ban

With President Trump's latest executive order halting the flow of refugees into the country, many here in Lexington are wondering how that will affect our local refugee population.

Paul Balances Immigration Order, 2016 Prospects

U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky said his opposition to President Obama's executive orders changing the country's immigration law will not hurt his efforts to reach out to the nation's minority communities if he decides to run for president in 2016.

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