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Hardly a week goes by without hearing about a suspected DUI crash in the news.
In Jessamine County, the animal shelter is hoping the community will help it deal with overcrowding.
Gov. Matt Bevin says Kentucky's counties will be "screwed" financially if the state's Supreme Court invalidates a new law making changes to the state's struggling pension systems.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Laws taking effect that day include measures on the following topics: Abstinence Education. Senate Bill 71 will require the inclusion of...
FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Most of the state's new laws that were approved in the last legislative session go into effect on Saturday, July...
Beginning July 14, the Kentucky Public Service Commission will investigate excavation damage to natural gas or hazardous liquid lines to determine whether it was caused by violations of Kentucky’s call-before-you-dig law.
Students across the nation participated in a national day of action against gun violence Friday, which is the 19th anniversary of the shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado.
The Senate has advanced a measure to broaden the state’s rape and sodomy statutes.
Senate Bill 103 was filed back in January after the shooting at Marshall County High School.
The shooting in Florida has again sparked discussion among lawmakers here in Kentucky on what can be done on a legislative level to try and prevent violence like this.
A former teacher and assistant coach in Kentucky has been sentenced to six years in prison for violating child exploitation laws.
A Lexington abortion clinic closed it's doors for good on Friday.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund has rated Kentucky at the very bottom of the country when it comes to animal protection laws in their 2016 U.S. Animal Protection Laws Rankings.
The Kentucky Senate and House of Representatives will convene tomorrow (Saturday, January 7) under a change in the 2017 legislative calendar approved by legislative leaders.
Officials at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet are urging drivers to use caution in work zones.
The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill aimed at fixing a flaw in the state's laws against dogfighting.
Kentucky's Supreme Court has ruled that state mine-safety laws and regulations did not apply to a subcontract worker who died while installing a massive garage door on a mine-site building in Muhlenberg County.
A new law is moving cough medicines behind the pharmacy counter in Kentucky.
Kentucky’s 2014 Legislative Session is officially in the books. Lawmakers passed a two-year budget, a road plan, and 26 other bills this session that ended on Tuesday.
If you want to start a moving company in Kentucky, competitors can protest your application for a state permit
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