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Scratch-off, internet continue to drive record Lottery sales

Sales topping previous year already with months still to go.

Lottery sales continue record pace through first six months, scratch-offs lead way

Recent interest in Powerball, Mega Millions jackpots only add to gains.

Strong lottery sales paced by scratch-offs, Internet purchases

Revenues ahead of budget through first five months of year.

State to invest $8 million to get service to non-internet homes

State hopes to have program up and running on or before Sept. 15.

Rural families without internet face tough choice on school

Issue is very real in many parts of Eastern Kentucky.

Clark County schools seek internet help from businesses

Needed for students who might not have access.

IRS launches first portal for stimulus sign up for some people, another one coming

The “Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here” is a web portal where Americans who did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019 can submit personal information to the IRS so that they can receive payments.

Blackout on University of Kentucky’s campus to stop hackers

The internet was down on UK's campus Sunday morning as officials used a final effort to stop hackers from using its system.

More than 200 million Facebook users private information exposed

A security researcher says the private information of more than 267 million Facebook users was exposed for at least 10 days this month.

US calls for Iran crackdown videos, internet slowly returns

The internet slowly is being revived across Iran after a dayslong, government-imposed shutdown amid demonstrations.

PurchasePro founder heading back to prison

A Kentucky native who founded an internet startup is heading back to prison after a judge determined he violated the terms of his supervised release.

Delayed Kentucky internet project faces new squirrel setback

A project that would bring high-speed internet across Kentucky will be delayed because company representatives say an "abundance" of squirrels have chewed through wiring.

Judge strikes down Internet restrictions for sex offenders

A federal judge has struck down Kentucky's restrictions on Internet access for registered sex offenders, saying they are too broad and violate First Amendment rights.

Urban County Council passes resolution for Spectrum cable issues

Lexington is continuing its battle with Spectrum, the council voted on a new resolution to give the company a 30 day deadline to fix certain issues or face daily fines.

Mom 2 Mom – Bluegrass Educational Expo

Our Mom 2 Mom Sarah Panell talks about the upcoming Bluegrass Educational Expo.

Getting Health Info off the Internet – UK Extension

Dr. Nicole Peritore, Family Health Specialist with UK Extension, returns to the studio to talk with Eric Burke about the potential perils involved with looking up health information on the internet.

AG, Frankfort PF to hold Internet child safety classes for parents

Attorney General Andy Beshear and Frankfort Police Chief Jeff Abrams are partnering to offer local parents Internet child safety training.

SOAR to focus on bring high-speed internet to East Kentucky

State officials are growing more optimistic about spreading high-speed internet service to Eastern Kentucky - one step to help improve the economy and quality of life in the region.

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New outreach program serving in local communities

Community outreach programs have teamed up to bring resources and hope directly into communities in need.

Hops and Vine Festival celebrates local business

Apollo Pizza turns 40 this year and held it's birthday celebration during the annual Hops and Vine Festival.

Music comes to Midway with first local music festival

Local sponsors put on the first music festival in Midway on Saturday.

The Nest hosts first in-person event of the year

This year's annual Family Fun Day by The Nest was themed "safety".