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As state’s economy reopens, Lottery sales rebound

State expects to meet budgeted numbers

Employment numbers rebound slightly, still far behind 2019

Numbers slowly improving, Woodford one of the lowest

Gas prices across region hover at $2

Demand slows, putting limit of price hikes

Governor outlines timeline for churches, salons, horse racing, and more to reopen

Governor Andy Beshear unveiled Wednesday the most specific timeline yet for reopening a variety of businesses. 

Beshear hints at business re-openings in May, but in stages

Gov. Andy Beshear is hinting at business re-openings beginning in May but says Kentucky’s “new normal” will require people and workers to wear masks in public.

Donate to Lexington Humane Society before end of May and donation will be doubled

If you donate to the Lexington Humane Society now through the end of May, your donation will be doubled.

Kentucky’s May unemployment rate unchanged from April

Kentucky's May unemployment rate was unchanged from the month before and down slightly from one year ago.

Kentucky home sales climbing

Real estate sales in Kentucky continue to exceed the totals seen through this time in 2016., according to Kentucky Realtors.

UPDATE: Missing Laurel County woman found safe

A Laurel County woman who had been missing since mid-May was found safe Sunday night, according to the sheriff's office.

May events at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center

Keaton Young and Treyvon King drop by the studio to tell Katie Solove about the exciting events coming up at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center during the month of May.

Several Beekeeping Workshops Set for 2017

Kentucky officials have scheduled several beekeeping workshops around the state through May.

Lexington Police arrest shooting suspect

The Lexington Police issued an assault warrant for Leslie Parson after a shooting on South Broadway in May.

Eligible voters may begin casting mail-in absentee ballots

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says eligible voters may begin casting mail-in absentee ballots for Kentucky's May 17 primary election.

Abuelo’s restaurant at Fayette Mall closes, replacement named

After ten-years in business, Abuelo's restaurant in Fayette Mall in Lexington closed Sunday. The space is scheduled to reopen in May as Oak Springs Grill, according to mall officials.

Record number of voters registered for May primaries

More Kentuckians are registered to vote than ever before ahead of the May 19 primaries as Republicans continue to close the registration gap with Democrats across the state.

Richmond Police Make Arrest In May 2012 Robbery

A guest at County Hearth Inn was robbed back in May of 2012 by three men.

Richmond Police Make Arrest In May 2012 Robbery

A guest at County Hearth Inn was robbed back in May of 2012 by three men.

LBAR: $174 Million In Bluegrass Real Estate Sales For May

There were 984 sales totaling $174.3 million in the month of May in the Bluegrass, according to the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors (LBAR).

LBAR: $174 Million In Bluegrass Real Estate Sales For May

There were 984 sales totaling $174.3 million in the month of May in the Bluegrass, according to the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors (LBAR).

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Floyd County school start in-person classes Monday

Students will wear masks throughout the day.

Flag theft stirs emotions, investigators ask help

Theft happened late Wednesday night.

Kentucky Football to honor Chris Oats by rotating No. 22

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Construction firm receives Lexington small business award

Elaine Allen, LLC, AU Associates, CASA also receive top awards.