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Jewish Kentuckians, state leaders outraged over KSP training materials that quote Hitler

Jewish Kentuckians and state leaders outraged just before the Sabbath over KSP training materials that quote Adolf Hitler. 

Tyler Childers shares his message for Kentuckians regarding the Black Lives Matter movement

Eastern Kentucky country music artist Tyler Childers is sharing his thoughts on racism and the black lives movement.

Kentuckians are being urged to support contact tracing

Governor Andy Beshear says Kentuckians will continue to beat COVID-19 and start to safely reopen the economy by getting tested and supporting contact tracing.

More than 100,000 Kentuckians join ranks seeking jobless aid

The government says more than 103,000 Kentucky residents applied for unemployment benefits last week.

Grant to help improve Kentuckian’s access to civil justice system

The Justice for All project supports Access to Justice Commissions in their efforts to form partnerships with stakeholders in the civil justice community.

Report: Fewer Kentuckians delaying dental care due to cost

Fewer Kentuckians are delaying or skipping dental care because of the cost, but only about six in 10 Kentucky adults saw a dentist in the past year, according to the latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll report.

Kentuckians to benefit from settlement with debt collection company

Some Kentuckians will benefit from a settlement with one of the nation's largest debt buyers.

Beshear: More than 1.3 million Kentuckians impacted by Facebook breach

AG Beshear reached out to Mark Zuckerberg to get information on the breach.

6 steps to avoid falling victim to scams

AG Beshear offers ways to keep you and your family safe from scams.

Beshear asking Kentuckians to report price gouging

Now that a state of emergency has been declared in Kentucky, Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking Kentuckians to report price gouging to his office.

Nearly 550 Kentuckians faced with home foreclosures eligible for payments

Nearly 550 Kentuckians who faced home foreclosures from PHH Mortgage Company are now eligible for payments.

Proposed legislation would protect Kentuckians following Equifax data breach

Legislation to be proposed in Frankfort to protect Kentuckians following Equifax data breach.

Debt relief for Kentuckians attending Corinthian Colleges Inc.

Some 2,000 Kentuckians who attended Corinthian Colleges Inc. are eligible for federal debt relief, according to the Kentucky Attorney General.

More than 81,000 Kentuckians purchase health insurance plans

More than 81,000 Kentuckians have purchased health insurance through HealthCare.gov.

More than 74,000 in Kentucky Sign Up for Health Insurance

More than 74,000 Kentuckians have signed up for health insurance through HealthCare.gov as of Jan. 14.

AG warns of ‘IRS Scam’ during tax season

During tax season, Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is asking consumers to be on alert for IRS scams targeting Kentuckians, especially seniors, through unsolicited phone calls and emails.

Environmental group ending annual mountaintop mining protest

A Kentucky environmental group is ending an annual protest in Frankfort that called attention to a destructive surface mining practice known as mountaintop mining.

Officials tweak revenue forecast as Kentucky wages increase

Kentuckians are earning more money, and state officials will soon be making plans to spend it.

Poll: 72 percent in Kentucky do not want to change Medicaid

A new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation says 72 percent of Kentuckians like the state's Medicaid program and do not want to change it.

More than 35,000 Kentuckians have voted absentee

The polls don't open until Tuesday, but more than 35,000 people have already voted in Kentucky.

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UPDATE: Mount Sterling robbery suspect in custody

Mount Sterling Police say the suspect may be the same man responsible for a robbery earlier this week.

Lexington virus victim, honored at briefing, NYT series

That Ms. Benton was so involved in community problems is particularly remarkable because she had plenty of problems of her own.

Floyd County school counselor earns regional award

Honored for the Big Sandy region.

Deadline approaching for resources, funding available to child care providers

Dec. 1 is the deadline for all licensed, certified and registered child care providers across the state in centers and family child care homes to apply for a $130 per child stipend