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Urban Council may consider phase 2 of small business grant program

Council members suggest they may approve another round as early as January.

Survey started to present to Lexington gentrification subcommittee Monday

The Lexington Housing Justice Collective started a survey to offer Lexington's subcommittee on gentrification feedback.

Comer moves up on congressional oversight panel

Will have role watching Democratic probes.

Senate Committee passes controversial “gang bill”

Emotions ran high during a senate committee meeting as lawmakers clashed with leaders of the African American community over whether or not House Bill 169, the gang prevention bill, disproportionately targets minority youth.

UPDATE: House GOP Makes ‘Right-to-Work’ Top Priority

Ending mandatory labor union membership is the top priority of the new Republican majority in the Kentucky House of Representatives.

Feds end probe into Bowling Green police minority hiring

The U.S. Justice Department has told city officials in Bowling Green, Kentucky, it has ended its investigation into minority hiring practices at the city's police department.

Sorority Sisters Hit Milestone With Donations

A group of sorority sisters mark 10 years of donations for firefighter program.

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State’s employment numbers show continued recovery signs

May 2020 was height of pandemic restrictions.

Eight Wildcats named Phil Steele Preseason All-SEC

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – Phil Steele’s College Football Preview has named eight Kentucky football players to its preseason All-Southeastern Conference teams, it announced...

‘I Was Here’ exhibit at Legends’ ballpark, integration of anthems debuts June 26

Lexington artists collaborate to create new anthem to bridge divide
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Virtual ukulele club connects 4-H’ers to the arts

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ/UK Public Affairs) - A virtual 4-H club is instilling the love of music and the arts into young Kentuckians. Jennifer Tackett, 4-H...