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With grant, Shepherd’s House works on inmate-to-society transition

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A $433,903 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Second Chance Act Community-based Reentry Program could make a difference in...

Grant to help Shepherd’s House expand drug recovery re-entry

Recovery program re-entry part of grant.

$25,000 grant helps meet demand for rental assistance

$25,000 will provide one-time assistance

State gets $192,000 for environmental programs

Programs across the state.

Lexington Police want to expand body camera program to entire department

Lexington Police wants to expand its body camera program to the entire department.

UK gets $3.2 million grant to help speech-pathology students

Many are first-generation college students.

Bourbon County helping boost small businesses with grants

Bourbon County Chamber of Commerce partnered with several other local businesses to help give a financial boost to small businesses struggling because of COVID-19.

Additional federal funding boosts Kentucky River Foothills

Grants aids everything from health care to financial help.

Lextran receives $13.8 million grant for COVID-19 response

Lexington's public transit authority is receiving a multi-million dollar grant from the CARES Act to help pay for its coronavirus outbreak response. 

God’s Pantry Food Bank receives Toyota grant

Funds part of $2.5 million nationwide

House OKs broadband grant legislation

Proposal would set framework for future grant program.

Eastern Ky. communities receive millions in Grants

In Governor Beshear's budget proposal, officials say returning every coal severance dollar back to coal-producing counties.

Clay County receives grant for road repairs

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced Monday that Clay County received $38,190 in emergency funds for road repairs.

Nearly $1 million awarded to clean up illegal dumps in Kentucky

The state announced Monday that close to $1 million will go to counties across the state to clean up illegal dumps.

Deadline approaching for Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels grant

The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels says grants through its Good Works Program, which is geared toward nonprofits, will end on February 14.

UofL researcher wins national grant for green energy

A researcher at the University of Louisville is receiving a grant for renewable energy research

Lexington museum receives grant from Kentucky Historical Society

The Mary Todd House, in downtown Lexington, received a $2,000 grant from the Kentucky Local History Trust Fund.

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Frankfort Police say 35-year old Stephen Smallwood was found shot at the crime scene Tuesday morning.

Lexington Golden Alert issued for man in need of medication

The Lexington Police Department has issued a Golden Alert for Matthew T. Beasley, a 31-year-old, diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.