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AG: Judge signals intention to block governor’s virus order

A Kentucky judge signaled that he intends to sign an order blocking all of Gov. Andy Beshear's emergency orders stemming from the coronavirus outbreak, the state's attorney general said Friday.

Jackson, Powell, more counties shutting down parks, outdoor areas

The list of counties shutting down popular outdoor areas to help slow the spread of the coronavirus is growing.

PSC trims rate increase sought by Kentucky Power Co.

Kentucky Power residential customers will pay less in 2018 than they did last year following action by the Kentucky Public Service Commission.

Kentucky governor orders cuts of 1.3 percent to cover gap

Gov. Matt Bevin has ordered budget cuts of 1.3 percent this fiscal year to meet a shortfall.

Forestry division accepting orders for tree seedlings

Kentuckians planning to plant trees can order seedlings from the state Division of Forestry.

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Boaters encouraged to use caution in Kentucky Lake in Nov.

Scientists will be using nets to track invasive silver carp on Kentucky Lake so boaters are told to use caution.

Over 10% of registered Fayette Co. voters have voted early in-person

According to Secretary of State Micheal Adams, 11% of registered voters have voted early in-person.

Coal magnate Robert Murray dies; he long fought regulators

Robert Murray died Sunday at age 80 at his home in St. Clairsville, Ohio.

UPDATE: Case of father accused of shooting two of his children sent to grand jury

A Perry County Grand Jury will decide if David Hampton should be indicted on criminal charges in connection to the shooting of two of his children, according to the judge who presided over the case in district court.