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No walk-up service for unemployment insurance available in Frankfort Monday

Last week, long lines of Kentuckians waiting in the hot sun for hours in Frankfort made national headlines, symbolic of the impact coronavirus has had on the economy. 

COVID-19 testing expands, free clinic in Frankfort, other clinics offer service

Coronavirus testing options continue to expand across the region and state.

Expanded Medicaid rolls lead to scam warning

With more people on the state's Medicaid rolls because of the coronavirus epidemic, state leaders are issuing warnings about scammers trying to take advantage.

National Guard life insurance bill advances to Senate

A bill designed to make information about a state-sponsored group term life insurance option more readily available to Kentucky National Guard members has passed the Kentucky House.

Beshear boosting staff at unemployment benefit centers

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is pledging to speed up unemployment insurance claims by improving staffing at career centers around the state.

Mother and daughter accused of hiring someone to burn down their business

Kentucky State Police say the owners of Wolfes Food Mart and Pool Hall hired someone to burn their business to collect the insurance money.

KSBIT members to receive $5 million disbursement

The Kentucky Department of Insurance and Kentucky Employers Mutual Insurance received authorization from Franklin Circuit Court to disburse $5 million to 194 members of the Kentucky School Boards Insurance Trust Fund.

Kentuckians recover $4.4 million in lost insurance benefits since 2016

If you cant locate a life insurance policy of a deceased relative, the Kentucky Department of Insurance has the investigative tool that can help you find both lost policies and annuity contracts.

One woman killed, another charged in Pike County crash

One woman is dead and another woman is charged with driving under the influence after a crash Sunday night in Pike County.

Tips for financially preparing for severe weather

With tornado season approaching us, hopefully these tips will give you some peace of mind.

Fire destroys new store in Bell County

A brand new business was destroyed in minutes.

Kentucky leads nation with decline of uninsured

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows Kentucky led the nation with the largest decrease of people without insurance since the implementation of former President Barack Obama's health care law.

KentuckyOne Health- preventative services

Wellness and prevention are essential for good health. Most insurance companies cover preventative services at 100%. 

Amid health care uncertainty, carriers request rate hikes

Insurance rates for individual and small group plans in Kentucky could increase an average of more than 13 percent next year.

Yarmuth predicts feds will not approve Medicaid waiver

U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth says the federal government will not approve Kentucky's proposed Medicaid overhaul and has asked Gov. Matt Bevin to withdraw it.

Baptist Health Plan to halt individual insurance in Ky.

Baptist Health Plan says it will not sell policies in Kentucky next year, meaning about 7,000 people will have to find a new insurance provider.

Paul touts crop insurance, immigration reform to farmers

Rand Paul has told Kentucky farm leaders he supports federal crop insurance programs but did not say whether he would support the next federal farm bill if he is re-elected to the U.S. Senate.

2 arrested on drug charges after being found asleep in car

Police in London say a man and a woman were arrested in the parking lot of a Speedway on KY 192 after being found asleep in a car with drugs on them.

LPD: Woman stole money from employer; illegally obtained drugs

Lexington Police say a woman stole money and illegally obtained prescription narcotics from the dentist office she worked for last year.

State launches new assistance application website, Benefind

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services has launched a new website, Benefind, for Assistance Programs.

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UK students, jail inmates make up 25% of new Fayette cases

Numbers would be high even without students, inmates.

ABC 36 Teacher of the Week, Katina Stevens

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Gambling machine case goes to Supreme Court today

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