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UPDATE: Former juvenile justice commissioner appeals termination

The Courier Journal reports LaShana Harris disputed findings that led to her firing, claiming she was subjected to “misogynoir,” a term used to describe prejudice or hostility aimed at Black women.

State lowers flags to half-staff honoring Vice President Mondale

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

Area counties share in $23 million for school safety projects

On Wednesday, Governor Andy Beshear announced plans to invest $23 million to improve highway safety projects.

KSP, state recognize National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

In honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 18 through 24, Governor Andy Beshear and the Kentucky State Police are raising awareness for victims’ rights and renewing the state’s commitment to serving all victims of crime.

Beshear, First Lady unveil 2021 Derby Celebration poster

Governor Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear joined the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, the Kentucky Derby Festival and the 2021 Derby Festival Royal Court for the official unveiling of the 2021 Governor’s Derby Celebration Poster

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...

Three join state higher ed board, new EKU, UK, WKU programs OK’ed

The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education has welcomed three new members to its ranks, including a retired teacher, a real estate developer and a retired corporate communications professional.

Governor releases 2020 tax returns

The governor called on all other constitutional officers and legislative leaders to release their tax returns.

State opens in-person unemployment insurance service centers

LEXINGTON Ky. (WTVQ) - After more than a year, there's finally help on the way for those struggling with unemployment. Last week, Governor Andy Beshear...

April proclaimed Financial Literacy Month, promoting educational events

Governor Andy Beshear has proclaimed April as Financial Literacy Month

Gov. Beshear signs bills at ceremony to celebrate Second Chance Month

Gov. Beshear, Senator Adams, Rep. Moser, Advocates Hold Official Signing Ceremony for Reentry and Pregnant Women in Incarceration Bills, Celebrate Second Chance Month

Gov. Beshear signs bills he says will help build a better Kentucky

Legislation supports Historically Black Colleges and Universities, economic development in the West End; limits no-knock warrants

Kentucky rate of positive COVID cases declines again

On Friday, Governor Andy Beshear announced 744 new COVID-19 cases and a 2.79% positivity rate.

Secretary of State Michael Adams thanks Gov. Beshear for signing election bill

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Governor Andy Beshear signed into law today House Bill 574, which prompted Secretary of State Michael Adams to thank him. “Last...

Medical Examiner to reopen Northern Kentucky office

Office has been closed for two years.

Kentucky bill curbs governor’s choice to fill Senate vacancy

Republican lawmakers stripped Kentucky’s Democratic governor of his independent power to temporarily fill a U.S. Senate seat should a vacancy occur.

COVID Update: More than one million residents vaccinated in two weeks

State sees decline in new cases for 11th straight week.

Lexington woman named Poet Laureate; area residents get board posts

Residents from across region get board positions.

State COVID rate below 3%, vaccinations open to 40 and older next week

New regional vaccine center in Paintsville, UI centers open in three weeks.

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Project seeking signups for new McCreary food pantry assistance

Christian Appalachian Project is accepting sign-ups for a new food pantry in Parkers Lake starting April 26 through May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

University of the Cumberlands students win start-up money for business projects

University of the Cumberlands held its annual student Entrepreneurship Pitch Contest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at the Hutton School of Business.

As expected, State Fair Board votes to plan return to more-normal fair in August

Health changes may have to be made but easier to take away than add.

Earth Day Champs: UK, Maker’s Mark have world’s largest American white oak genome study

Represents the most comprehensive natural range of white oak to date anywhere in the world