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Key members of Lexington's police department got a new home on Monday.
The Hope Center held a ribbon-cutting on Thursday to open its newest permanent drug and alcohol-free housing facility.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A company has broken ground on a facility to develop and manufacture hemp-based products in Kentucky. State officials say the facility...
Brad Ragan Recycling Inc., known as BR Retreading, will construct the new building in Glasgow's Highland Glen Industrial Park, providing additional capacity for the company's growth.
Blue Grass Airport is excited to announce the grand opening of a new facility for general (private) aviation aircraft owners.
Melania Trump went to Texas to show she cared about migrant children. Her fashion choice carried a baffling counter-message.
A coroner's office has identified a Kentucky worker who was killed while loading road salt into a maintenance facility.
Auto parts maker Holley Performance Products is opening a facility in Franklin that will bring 30 new jobs to south central Kentucky.
The future of Kentucky's last abortion clinic is at stake as a federal trial is set to begin over a lawsuit stemming from the state's attempts to revoke the facility's license.
An ammunition shell casing factory is coming to Pulaski County that will create 50 new full-time jobs, according to the state.
Bluegrass Supply Chain Services is adding 51 jobs at operations in Kentucky.
A look ahead at a newly approved facility in Louisville.
A release from the Kentucky Department of Corrections says that an inmate at Northpoint Training Center walked away from the minimum-security facility Friday morning at around 7:00 a.m.
An aluminum company says it will build a $1.3 billion facility near the border of Kentucky and West Virginia, pledging to hire 550 people and pay them average salaries of $70,000 in an area devastated by the loss of coal and manufacturing jobs.
The Catholic Action Center is inviting members of the community to visit their new facility for an open house prior to its opening for services to the homeless on April 28.
After 17 years and more than 5.5 million meals served, Lexington’s Catholic Action Center and Community Inn are packing up.
After nearly 17 years of operation, the Catholic Action Center will hold their "Last Lunch" celebration on April 6th at their closing location on East 5th Street.
To help raise funds for the Center for Academic and Tutorial Services (CATS) facility, Maker's Mark is releasing a commemorative bourbon bottle featuring the 1995-96 men’s basketball national championship team, known affectionately as “The Untouchables.”
The Food and Drug Administration has suspended a Kentucky facility after it was linked to an E. coli outbreak involving a peanut better substitute.
PuraCap Laboratories will be expanding its Franklin operations, investing $2.5 million dollars and creating 30 full-time positions.