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Authorities working to keep firearms out of the wrong hands

Officials say under federal law it's illegal to have a firearm if you are a convicted felon, an illegal alien, an unlawful user of a controlled substance, convicted of a misdemeanor crime or domestic violence.

State has second day of 1,000 new cases, September record for deaths

Governor fears October could be worse for deaths, cases.

Proposed food manufacturing fee hike draws concern

Many call proposals "unfair," changes are coming.

Voter registration up slightly in state: Adams

Numbers slowly recovering from pandemic, lag behind 2019.

As COVID surge grows, limits on gatherings mandated, travel requested

Other measures aren't added but warnings loom.

Employment slowly rebounding in state, hospitality shows biggest gains

Numbers still not back to pre-pandemic levels.

State’s coronavirus cases near 16,000 mark

State's numbers remain on 'plateau.'

Kentucky sees nation’s biggest jump in gas prices

State in top 5 in nation for increase in last month.

Farm outlets say coronavirus has helped in some ways

Conference discusses links between agriculture,

Gas prices continue to rise, still below a year ago

Demand, economic reopening impact prices

Gas prices up 12 cents across the region

Nation's reopening continues to push prices up slightly

New toll rates for the bridges connecting Louisville and Indiana go into effective July 1

New toll rates will increase on July 1 for three bridges connecting Louisville and Southern Indiana, according to RiverLink Tolls.

PSC sets rates for KU and LG&E; effective tomorrow

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has set new base rates for Louisville Gas & Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities Co., at levels lower than those applied for by the two utilities.

AAA: Kentucky sees some of the biggest gas price increases in the nation

The average gas price in Kentucky climbed 9 cents in the past week, putting it among the nation’s top 10 states for largest weekly increase, according to AAA.

Report: More than 312,000 felons can’t vote in Kentucky

A new report shows Kentucky has more than 312,000 people who cannot vote because of a felony conviction, a 67 percent increase from 2006.

Franklin Co. Schools seeing increasing shortage in substitute teachers

According to The State Journal, Franklin County Schools is having problems finding substitute teachers to cover for absent teachers.

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Rupp Arena announces another concert, first on schedule since March

Brantley Gilbert to headline Acoustic Concert 2020

Blue Grass Community Foundation sets $100,000 challenge to advance racial equity in Lexington

Anonymous donor, family provide seed money for major project.