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Winchester man arrested in murder-for-hire investigation

A Winchester man is behind bars after he reportedly tried to hire an undercover detective to kill another man.

City to hire staff to assist E 9-1-1 operators

The city is in the process of hiring additional staff to assist its E 9-1-1 operators, said Glenn Brown, Lexington Deputy Chief Administrative Officer.

Online printing company expanding in northern Kentucky

An online printing company is planning to expand in northern Kentucky and hire 15 new workers. Gov. Steve Beshear's office said this week that GotPrint will invest more than $6.1 million in the project in Hebron near the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Bevin makes first hire for new administration

Republican Gov.-elect Matt Bevin has hired a Louisville attorney to be the first member of staff.

Sam’s Club to hold job fair October 1

Sam's Club will be hosting job fairs in Lexington and Nicholasville on October 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Board meets to discuss search for new education commissioner

The Kentucky Board of Education is holding a special meeting to discuss hiring a new education commissioner.

Amazon to hire 300 in northern Ky.

Amazon says it plans to hire hundreds of workers in northern Kentucky.

Holiday Hiring at 14 Year High

According to a report by Challenger, Gray and Christmas, Inc. seasonal hiring is off to it’s strongest start in more than a decade.

Holiday Hiring at 14 Year High

According to a report by Challenger, Gray and Christmas, Inc. seasonal hiring is off to it’s strongest start in more than a decade.

Board Votes Against Hiring Gays

Sunrise Children's Services Board of Directors voted to maintain hiring policies and not hire LBGTs.

Homework for Hiring Help

You might have strangers in your home every one in a while as hired help. Have they been checked out?

Homework for Hiring Help

You might have strangers in your home every one in a while as hired help. Have they been checked out?

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Car crashes into, damages Jif building in Lexington

A car crashed into Lexington's landmark Jif building Friday night, slightly damaging it.