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Amazon is boosting its minimum wage to $15 per hour

SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon is boosting its minimum wage for all U.S. workers to $15 per hour starting next month. The company said Tuesday that the...

Catholic Church puts LGBTQ+ friendly banner out to celebrate Pride Month

Lexington's Pride Festival is Saturday and to celebrate Pride Month one nearby catholic church has put out a sign saying all, including those in the LGBTQ community are welcome and encouraged to join its parish.

Protesters rally for Poor People’s Campaign in Frankfort

On Monday people across the country kicked of the 40 day Poor People's Campaign which looks to bring awareness to issues affecting the vulnerable in our country.

Lawmakers, advocates host “Rally for Recovery”

Leaders in the fight against drug addiction, rallied in the state capitol today to bring awareness to the issue.

American Red Cross & ABC 36 Blood Drive

Katie Solove heads to the parking lot of ABC 36 and hops about the American Red Cross bloodmobile to speak with Tiffany Taylor about today's blood drive, given in conjunction with Trauma Awareness month.

Flag raising ceremony held for Donate Life Month

A flag raising ceremony and proclamation of Donate Life Month was held Monday at the Emergency Response building on Cisco Road.

Gov. Bevin declares April 2017 Junior Achievement Month

At a press conference in Lexington on Friday, Governor Matt Bevin signed a proclamation declaring April 2017 Junior Achievement Month in Kentuck

Colon Cancer Awareness Month – Lexington Clinic

Matt Groves sits down with Dr. Matthew Bailey, with the Lexington Clinic, to talk about Colon Cancer Awareness Month.

AMD Awareness Month – Retina Associates of Kentucky

Dr. Rick Isernhagen, with Retina Associates of Kentucky, joins Katie Solove on the set to discuss age-related macular degeneration (AMD,) during AMD Awareness Month.

Couple Charged with Criminal Abuse

In Liberty Kentucky, 26-year-old John Patterson, of Somerset, and 26-year-old Leah Pollaro, of Millersburg, were arrested on January 28, 2017 and charged with Criminal Abuse 2nd Degree.

UK Promotes National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Individuals and organizations around the world are joining forces in October for National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM).

Creation Museum 1 step closer toward expansion goal

The Creation Museum has moved a step closer toward tripling its size.

Ali Center hosting film festival in February

The Muhammad Ali Center is celebrating African-American History Month with a film festival.

Get screened during Cervical Health Awareness Month

Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, yet hundreds of Kentucky women still die from it each year.

Protect against vision loss during National Glaucoma Month

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, and the Kentucky Optometric Association (KOA) is urging people take control of their eye health through early detection to help minimize the risk of developing glaucoma.

Gov. Beshear: October is Energy Awareness Month

Governor Steve Beshear has proclaimed October as Energy Awareness Month in Kentucky.

Beshear: April is 911 education month

Governor Steve Beshear has proclaimed April as 911 education month in Kentucky. The proclamation encourages education on understanding the importance of 911, how the system works and what steps are needed to modernize it.

Barr Recognizes Child Abuse Prevention Month

Congressman Andy Barr spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives today to recognize April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Events help kick off Donate Life Month

April is Donate Life Month and the Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates are working to raise awareness of the need for more donors.

Legislative Black History Month Celebration is Tuesday

The 12th annual Legislative Black History Month Celebration is Tuesday morning in Frankfort.

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Salvation Army, Walmart team up for ‘Stuff the Bus’

To provide school supplies to children in need, event runs Aug. 6 through Aug. 8

Former Kentucky First Lady to be spokesperson for major horse trade show

Three-day event at Kentucky Horse Park in October

Bluegrass Community College will require masks starting Friday

Masks requirements come as Delta variant causes surge

St. Claire Healthcare, ARH join others across state in requiring vaccinations

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