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Family sues school district over disabled son’s education

District asks judge to dismiss lawsuit.

U.S. jobless claims fall again as some states end federal aid

Numbers continue to indicate improving economy.

Pulaski, Corbin, Stanton, other area airports get federal funds

Almost $12.9 million doled out to airports in state.

State has up to $38 million available for utility help

Federal Funding will help Kentuckians offset the financial impact of COVID-19

4 agencies split $500,000 in federal grants for opioid fight

‘The pandemic hasn’t shaken our focus on combating the scourge of abuse that tears Kentucky families apart’

Cities, counties get $5.7 million in law enforcement funds

Funds go for all kinds of reimbursements.

Area transit groups split $5.1 million for new buses

Buses will replace older models.

Additional federal funding boosts Kentucky River Foothills

Grants aids everything from health care to financial help.

State lawmakers join call for beef-processing probe

Continued price differentials are the concern

Lexington man pleads guilty to armed marijuana trafficking

Faces up to life when sentenced on October

Kentucky man charged in social media threat against governor

Federal prosecutors have charged a Kentucky man who had a stockpile of weapons at his home.

Judge orders W.Va. gov’s coal companies to pay fines, fees

A federal judge in Kentucky has ordered companies owned by WV Governor to pay more than $1 million in fees .

COVID-19 hurting Kentucky nonprofits

The Kentucky Nonprofit Network says 92% of the state's nonprofits are already experiencing disruptions in programs and services due to COVID-19.

State schools, colleges get $200 million in federal stimulus money

Money from the $2.2 trillion stimulus and coronavirus relief package approved by Congress last month continues to pour into the state.

Kentucky opens Real ID licensing office in Madisonville

Kentucky has added another location to issue Real ID licenses.

Officials to use new method to corral Asian carp in Kentucky

Federal and state officials will use an experimental fishing method next month at Kentucky Lake in an attempt to reduce the infestation of Asian carp.

Judge Dismisses Suit By Owners Of Derby DQ Maximum Security

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the owners of Maximum Security.

Versailles man pleads guilty to trafficking fentanyl and heroin

A Versailles man pled guilty to trafficking fentanyl and heroin.

Drug dealer tied to spike in overdoses sentenced to prison

Admitted drug dealer Jerrod Doolin was sentenced to 13-years in federal prison, according to prosecutors.

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