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Wednesday, July 28, 2021
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Reed prefiles legislation preventing vaccine passports

Proposal would apply to private business as well.

State elected officials urge Beshear to work with Sunrise Services

GOP cites law approved by Legislature as one reason.

Beshear praises Legislature cooperation on infrastructure, jobs investments

$1.3 billion investment expands broadband, delivers clean drinking water, builds schools

Criminal justice reform group applauds legislative action

Group says more work remains to be done.

From billboards to vision tests, Legislature completes session

Vetoes, lawsuits loom for handful of measures

Modified ‘no-knock’ bill draws praise from groups

Law approved after long debates over weeks, compromise.

Recap of significant legislation approved by lawmakers

Last two days of session are March 29-30.

Legislature approves two justice reform measures, draws praise from group

One raises felony theft limit, other helps felons transition.

Ky. state budget passes General Assembly

Competing theories on what to d with influx of stimulus money.

Bill to give Legislature flexibility in sessions goes to voters in 2022

Voters must approve and then Legislature must act again

Bill giving businesses tax break on PPP loans headed to governor

Some local governments, including Fayette, also approve the provision.

Legislature close to requiring vision tests with license renewal

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentucky motorists would have to have a vision screening when renewing their licenses under a bill that passed the Senate...

Stimulus is opportunity for states, local governments: Beshear

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The latest federal stimulus package expected to clear Congress Tuesday or Wednesday at the latest is an opportunity for states...

Bill would require future constables to get training

Proposal sparks lively debate in House.

Governor signs bill to get kids back in school

Governor signed bill shortly after it hit his desk.

Legislature wades in trying to mandate in-person classes

Mandate attached to broader education bill

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Delta variant and high gas prices prompt reconsideration for summer travel

Towards the beginning of May, 57% of Americans planned to take a road trip. That number has gone down as various issues have come up throughout the summer.

Small plane crash in Lexington

According to the Lexington Fire Department, crews are on scene of a plane crash located at 4900 Athens Walnut Hill Pike. 

Hometown Hero: Volunteer Optometrist

Dr. Kenneth Cottrell volunteers his skills at Nathaniel Mission

Mostly dry Wednesday

Staying dry with lots of sunshine throughout the day.