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Public meeting scheduled to review utility rate case

Kentucky utility regulators have scheduled a meeting to receive public comments on a proposal by Atmos Energy Corp. to increase natural gas base rates.

Private lawmaker meeting prompts open-meetings complaint

A government watchdog group has asked Kentucky's attorney general to rule whether the state House of Representatives broke the law by holding a private meeting to discuss the state's pension systems.

Spectrum customers voice complaints at meeting in Lexington

Nearly two-hundred people turned out for a public meeting Thursday night to voice concerns, complaints and frustrations with Lexington's cable TV provider, Spectrum.

Lexington to host public meeting about Spectrum Thursday night

Mayor Gray’s Office announced that the city will hold a public meeting about Spectrum on Thursday night.

Meeting asks for public input on bike, pedestrian needs in Lexington

An open house will be held Tuesday evening at West Sixth Brewing which will give residents an opportunity to share their opinions about bike and pedestrian facilities and needs throughout the Lexington area.

Mayor Gray reveals new drawings for Town Branch Commons

On Tuesday, Mayor Jim Gray released new conceptual drawings of Town Branch Commons, a park that will wind through downtown Lexington.

Western to Consider Presidential Candidate at Meeting

Western Kentucky University's Board of Regents will consider hiring a new president during their meeting this week.

Grimes Meets with Chinese Embassy Officials to Promote Ky.

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes says she met with Chinese Embassy officials this week in hopes of helping cultivate a stronger economic and cultural relationship between the state and the world's most populous country.

Public Meetings to be Held to Discuss Winchester/Clark Co. 20-Year Plan

Officials with the City of Winchester are looking for input from residents, business owners, and community members as they develop the Winchester/Clark County's Comprehensive Plan Update.

Tates Creek HS hosts community forum to deal with gun problem

About 300 people met tonight at Tates Creek High School after four gun incidents at Fayette County Schools in two weeks. The school system says three students brought guns to Tates Creek, while a fourth brought a BB gun to Bryan Station Middle School.

Officials look at community around Tates Creek High School for prevention measures

A day after school and law enforcement officials started looking at the community around Tates Creek High School as a possible reason students were bringing guns to school, folks living there are reacting.

Grimes addresses claims of rigged election at task force meeting

During a meeting with the Election Integrity Task Force on Tuesday, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes addressed claims from Donald Trump's campaign that election results are being rigged.

PSC to hold public meeting on Columbia gas rate

The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold a public meeting Wednesday in Lexington to receive public comments on a rate increase requested by Columbia Gas of Kentucky.

Democrats meet to discuss pensions, health care

Kentucky House Democrats have held an election-year special meeting to discuss the state's public pension crisis and a proposal from Gov. Matt Bevin to change the Medicaid program.

Stumbo calls meeting of House to discuss pension system

Kentucky's Speaker of the House has called a meeting of all state representatives to discuss the beleaguered public pension system.

AG: UK trustees should have kept minutes from dinner session

The Kentucky attorney general's office says the University of Kentucky board of trustees wasn't required to post a detailed agenda for a meal before its regular meeting but violated the Open Meetings Act by not keeping minutes from the dinner session.

UPDATE: Judge says Beshear can sue Bevin over UofL board

A state judge says Kentucky's Democratic Attorney General can sue the state's Republican governor over his decision to abolish the University of Louisville board of trustees.

Hunger task force to meet in London, Lexington

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture says a panel appointed to combat hunger plans to hold two regional meetings this week.

Task force to combat hunger holding first regional meeting

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture says a panel appointed to combat hunger plans to hold its first regional meeting in northern Kentucky.

Education commissioner to host virtual town hall meeting

Kentucky Education Commissioner Stephen Pruitt says he will host a virtual town hall meeting this week to gather feedback on how Kentuckians define school success.

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