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Kentucky receives $112 million in annual tobacco settlement funds

According to the Attorney General, Kentucky has received $112,659,718.88 from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) in 2020. 

Community health centers get $21.7 million for coronavirus fight

Twenty-five community health centers in Kentucky will receive a total of almost $22 million to combat the coronavirus.

Eastern Kentucky receives more than $2 million in grant money

The state announced Monday more than $2 million has been awarded for projects in Pikeville and Whitesburg.  

Louisville organizations trying to raise $1 million to prevent veteran suicide

A Louisville based veterans' support group is trying to raise $1,000,000 to fight PTSD, unemployment, homelessness, and depression, the leading causes of veteran suicide. 

GoVoteKY.com hits 1.2 million visitors

More than 1.2 million Kentuckians visited GoVoteKY.com, the Commonwealth's first-ever online voter registration system.

1 drug company announces details of $5M opioid settlement

The drug company Allergan says its $5 million payments divided between two Ohio counties.

Kentucky awarded $7.1 million in service grants to strengthen communities

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has received more than $7.1 million in AmeriCorps federal funding.

University gets $15M grant to help end spread of hepatitis C

HAZARD, Ky. (AP) - A University of Kentucky project aimed at ridding Perry County of hepatitis C has received a $15 million federal grant,...

Breeders’ Cup preps highlight Keeneland’s opening weekend

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Keeneland's fall meet opens with several Breeders' Cup prep races headlining 18 stakes events worth a record $5.575 million. The marquee...

Lexington gets millions in grant money to fight opioid abuse

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lexington received two million dollars from a federal grant to fight the war on opioid abuse , according to city...

Fayette Co. School district vote on tax increase to fund school safety plan tonight

In Fayette County there's a new plan to keep schools safer but it will cost money and taxpayers would foot the bill through a property tax hike if voters approve it.

Lottery Jackpots rise to near record highs

Both the Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots increased after no winners were drawn earlier this week.

Kentucky AG asks judge to halt Bevin’s lawsuit

Kentucky's Democratic attorney general has asked a judge to stop the state's Republican governor from trying to recover $4.2 million a Louisville law firm received as part of a state settlement against Oxycontin-maker Purdue Pharma.

Kentucky city approves funding plan for new soccer stadium

A public-private partnership will fund a new soccer stadium and mixed-use development in Kentucky's largest city.

Auto supplier adding 113 jobs at western Kentucky plant

Kentucky officials say an automotive supplier will add 113 jobs in western Kentucky.

Million-Dollar fillies reign at Keeneland sale

Two fillies sell for $1 million each on day 4 of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.

Kentucky could face $200 million budget shortfall

Kentucky taxpayers could face a budget shortfall of more than $200 million.

Board delays decision on value of Kentucky governor’s home

Local officials are reconsidering the value of a home Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin purchased from a friend and campaign donor.

FBI: Fugitive lawyer likely still in the United States

Authorities believe a fugitive Kentucky lawyer convicted in a scheme to defraud the government of nearly $600 million is still in the country.

Popular Mammoth Cave trail now has safer footing for tours

Mammoth Cave officials say a popular trail tour has been running twice a day after a project making it safer finished.

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SOAR announces job fair in Eastern Kentucky

Boxvana will conduct open interviews in Debord, according to SOAR

TRAFFIC ALERT: Only right turn lane remains blocked at Man O War, Tates Creek

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Lexington COVID-19 testing sites this week

Sites listed by Lexington-Fayette County Division of Emergency Management

John Hume, who worked to end N. Ireland violence, dies at 83

Former lawmaker had dementia, suffered ill health for a number of years