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Horse industry calls on lawmakers to keep historical racing in Kentucky

The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled in September that at least some of the historical racing games in betting parlors aren't legal.

UPDATE: Court hears high-stakes Kentucky ‘historical racing’ case

Machines are big casino attraction, revenue producer.

Coronavirus outbreak leads to abortion debate, opponents call for clinics to close

AG Daniel Cameron on Friday said abortion clinics should close due to an executive order from Governor Beshear calling for elective procedures to end.

Bill banning some abortions only needs Governor’s signature

A bill that looks to ban a common abortion procedure for women more than 11 weeks pregnant now just needs Governor Matt Bevin's signature to become law.

No meeting for Rowan County leaders at governor’s office

Six people showed up at the Capitol Tuesday morning trying to meet with the Governor about Kim Davis and the situation regarding same-sex marriage in Rowan County. There was a problem though, they didn't have an appointment.

Both Sides React to Kentucky Gay Marriage Ruling

A federal judge ruled that Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages from out of state. Gay couples now have the same benefits as straight couples in the state.

Governor Sets New Education Standards for Science

Governor Beshear overrides a legislative review panel's vote over what will be taught in science classes next year.

Supreme Court To Hear Instant Racing Case

The Kentucky Supreme Court will decide the legality of instant racing--and reps for both sides said they think the court will rule in their favor.

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White out causes multiple crashes involving 30+ cars on I-75 in Rockcastle County

A snow squall, also known as a white out, is to blame for multiple crashes this afternoon on I-75 involving 30 plus cars in Rockcastle County.

Compassionate Lexington sells MLK yard signs in support of free book program

Community organization Compassionate Lexington is selling yard signs in honor of an activists' daughter.

UPDATE: 62-year-charged in bank robbery; heavy traffic helped police

Man handed teller a note, made off with money.