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Pike County business owner indicted in Medicaid fraud scheme

Eugene Sisco III is accused of charging patients cash for services covered by Medicaid and then fraudulently billing Medicaid, according to KSP.

State: Pike business expanding, pandemic EBT catching up, COVID vaccine freezers being studied

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Gov. Andy Beshear announced Thursday the Abandoned Mine Lands Pilot Program awarded the City of Pikeville a $6 million grant...

State relaunching improved ‘kynect’ system for benefits

Program is a one-stop shop for critical services.

Reminders: State pushes voting, food benefits

Absentee ballots starting to arrive i the mail.

State to expand, improve behavioral health treatment services

Clinics will treat those with mental illness, emotional disturbances and substance use.

Settlement means more than $900,000 for state’s Medicaid

Company was submitting false Medicaid claims.

Signature cutting more than 100 jobs, blames state; governor responds

Company says state hasn't shared some federal funds

Financial help available for low-income families

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) and the Kentucky Department of...

88 news cases, seven deaths; Beshear dismisses ‘open now’ protests

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - With a noisy crowd (listen to the attached video) chanting and protesting outside his briefing room, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear...

Medicaid recipients get expanded phone use, telehealth services

WellCare of Kentucky is expanding phone service and minutes to its Medicaid recipients in April as part of an expansion of telehealth services in response to the coronavirus epidemic.

Federal declaration helps local governments, benefits expanded

Federal declaration offers financial help to state and local governments.

Ninth death, 92 new cases, 394 total; Lowe’s, Wal Mart, others warned

Tough news, governor says, federal disaster declaration approved, unemployment, Medicaid changes made, some businesses warned.

VIRUS UPDATES: More Toyota delays, Appalachian Health changes, Horsepark closings, RFT cuts service; food drive set

Toyota shutdown; Appalachian Regional Health. Kentucky Horsepark, Daily running list of updates on critical services, organized assistance efforts

Drug bill, liquor-by-mail, criminal justice reform approved

State lawmakers finalized a bill to cut out the middle man in some drug claims; House OKs liquor legislation.

EMS funding bill advances to Senate

A bill that would allow Kentucky’s struggling emergency medical services statewide to benefit from enhanced federal Medicaid payments for ground ambulance runs has passed the Kentucky House.

Senate OKs bill to limit companies running Medicaid program

The Kentucky Senate passed a bill to limit to three the number of managed care organizations hired by the state to run its massive Medicaid program.

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Fayette Mall expecting a successful Black Friday

The doors at Fayette Mall opened at 7:00 A.M. on Black Friday. Senior Marketing Director Sarah Robinson says staff was still expecting a decent crowd to come in for their traditional shopping.

Lexington Police investigating two seperate Thanksgiving night shootings

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A violent night in Lexington on Thanksgiving night. Police are investigating two separate shootings. The first, sent one man to the...