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State lowers flags to half-staff honoring Vice President Mondale

Gov. Beshear requests flags be lowered to honor Vice President Walter Mondale.

Floyd, Rowan, others among $5 million in state road projects

A total of 32 cities and counties to complete nearly 70 projects

Fayette’s Tiny Haggard receives state Office Professional award

On Monday Ms. Tina Haggard, school office administrator for The Academy at Millcreek Elementary School in Fayette County, received the 2021 KASA Office Professional Award, a statewide recognition.

Latest Coronavirus numbers in the Commonwealth

FRANKFORT - On Saturday, Governor Beshear reported that the positivity rate is now at 3.42 percent. 599 new cases were reported of the virus. There were...

EKU Air Board legislation signed into law, training center takes shape

On Tuesday, Legislation sponsored by Representative Deanna Frazier, Richmond, was ceremonially signed into law.

Gov. Beshear signs Bipartisan bill creating over 14,500 jobs

Governor Andy Beshear joined legislative leaders from both parties to sign bipartisan legislation.

State education aligns special education with federal rules

The proposed changes to the regulation ensure compliance with federal law.

State requesting public input as part of testing, assessment waiver request

State seeking waiver on federal requirement.

Jr. Officer keeping Bridgeport Elementary safe

Frankfort Police officers responded to Bridgeport Elementry to back up Jr. Officer Jeffrey Kyle.

Debris disposal grant funding available to counties after flooding

Counties can apply for grant to help cover costs.

State to receive $2.9 million from Boston Scientific settlement

The settlement requires Boston Scientific to pay $188.6 million to 47 states and the District of Columbia.

Lincoln County, Frankfort schools join UK dual enrollment program

The program launched in early 2020 with four high schools

Governor Beshear reports 34% of Kentuckians 18 and older have received at least their first dose

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Vaccinations are continuing to ramp up in the commonwealth. On Sunday, Governor Beshear reported 34% of Kentuckians 18 and up have...

Scott coroner, former trooper commander indicted by feds

Federal indictment similar to prior state indictments.

Coalition appeals to state lawmakers’ sweet tooth to improve roads

The Kentucky Infrastructure Coalition wants the state to spend more money to improve roads and bridges.

After high-speed chase, 4 teens nabbed in car stolen in Frankfort

Pursuit on I-65 Ends with the Recovery of a Stolen Vehicle

Report: Shots fired in downtown Frankfort Monday night

Frankfort Police say incident may be tied to a dispute over a bar tab, according to The State Journal.

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Wolfe County Search and Rescue needs community help for national honor

Community votes decide the winner of new Defender.

Real estate professionals offer home ownership resources at Julietta Market

The Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors® is recognizing Fair Housing Month this April by providing home buying and selling resources to visitors of Julietta Market.