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Fluoride pro and con: Lawmakers hear the debate

Issue is adding local control over fluoride, tobacco marketing

Senate confirms all but 1 of Beshear’s school board picks

The Kentucky Senate has confirmed all but one of Gov. Andy Beshear's appointments to the state school board.

Lawmakers sent Marsy’s Law to ballot, override vetoes

Kentucky lawmakers have finished work on a proposal that would add a series of crime victims' rights to the state's Constitution.

As expected, Beshear use of line-item veto sparks discussion

As he promised Friday, Gov. Andy Beshear kissued item vetoes Monday for parts of budget bills passed by the Kentucky General Assembly.

Budget votes full of ‘firsts’ for lawmakers

Several 'firsts' as state lawmaker approving budget with no raises

State Legislature eyes one-year budget

In a rare move prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, budget negotiators will present Kentucky legislators with only a one-year state spending plan.

General Assembly expands online meeting coverage

All committee meetings, other sessions will be available online.

Legislature’s return draws some criticism

Teachers, ACLU concerned about closed-door nature of session.

Access to Capitol limited, Legislature returns to work

Legislators and essential staff will continue working in the Annex building. People scheduled to testify before legislative committees can also enter the building.

Legislature delays session over coronavirus

Assemby takes break until March 17

Pro-life measures spark heated debate in state House

One would lead to constitutional change, other would empower attorney general.

House OKs state budget, nixes revenue options

Republican majority in House tinkers with Beshear budget proposal.

Bill that would allow veterinarians to report animal abuse advances in Frankfort

A bill that would allow veterinarians to report animal abuse now goes to the Kentucky House for consideration after passing through the Senate Thursday. 

House OKs broadband grant legislation

Proposal would set framework for future grant program.

Bill would provide workers a ‘second chance’

Senate committee sends addiction assistance measure to full Senate.

Jail group pushes performance-based funding

Legislation would save money, association says.

Bill targets access to care for eating disorders

Legislation addressing access to specialized care for eating disorders advanced out of the state Senate Monday.

Bill requiring armed school officers clears legislature

Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to a bill requiring police officers to carry weapons when assigned to schools.

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Spina Bifida walk held in-person for Clark County 3-year-old

The first Walk N Roll for Spina Bifida was held in-person Saturday.

Cats offense lays an egg in loss to Missouri, 20-10

COLUMBIA, Mo. (UK Athletics) – Missouri's defense held Kentucky in check all day as the Tigers broke a five-game losing streak to the Cats...

Lexington YMCA hosts “Trunk or Treat”

The YMCA usually hosts a fall festival inside but says something outdoors was needed to keep everyone safe and distanced.