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Unsightly trash prompts new regulations by city

New rules take effect Thursday.

Louisville step closer to banning ‘conversion therapy’

Council committee may consider the proposal later this month.

Winchester businesses now allowed to sell alcohol on Sundays

A board of commissioners passed an ordinance that will now allow distilleries, wineries, breweries, and microbreweries to sell alcohol on Sundays, according to the Winchester Sun.

Georgetown set to vote Monday night on Fairness Ordinance

Georgetown's City Council is scheduled to vote Monday night on adding the LGBTQ community to its existing fairness ordinance.

Frankfort/Franklin County debate Sunday alcohol sales

Franklin County will vote this week on whether or not to allow alcohol sales on Sunday's.

Vote expected Thursday on pedestrian & traffic safety ordinance

A final vote is scheduled Thursday evening on a new ordinance aimed at addressing Lexington's panhandling problem.

Lexington looking to pass new ordinance to combat panhandling

Lexington's Urban County Council is trying to pass a new ordinance that looks to decrease panhandling in the city.

UPDATE: Camping World flag ordinance addressed in Georgetown City Council

On Monday evening, the City Council addressed an ordinance that caused something of a stir between Marcus Lemonis, the CEO of Camping World, and the City of Georgetown.

New ordinance aims to address uptick in panhandling

An ordinance being considered by Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government committees on Tuesday claims to offer a three-part remedy to increased panhandling along Lexington roads and on medians.

Auburn Amish dismiss lawsuit over animal ordinance

Two Amish men from Auburn who sued the city's mayor and police chief over an ordinance requiring horses to wear excrement-catching bags within Auburn city limits have voluntarily dismissed their federal lawsuit.

Kentucky court strikes down panhandling ordinance

The Lexington Herald-Leader is reporting that an ordinance that prohibited begging and soliciting on Lexington streets and intersections was struck down Thursday by the Supreme Court.

No dropping: Law mandating horse poop bags rankles Amish

Amish residents of a western Kentucky town are fighting back against an ordinance requiring large animals to wear collection bags to catch their droppings, arguing that the law unfairly singles out their community.

Kentucky Supreme Court strikes down minimum wage ordinance

A minimum wage increase approved by the Louisville Metro Council has been struck down by Kentucky's Supreme Court.

Free-speech rights of panhandlers argued in court

A Lexington man's conviction for violating the city's ban on begging has reached the Kentucky Supreme Court, which heard arguments in the case Friday.

Shepherdsville bans smoking in vehicles with children inside

A new ordinance goes into effect May 16 in Shepherdsville that bans smoking in vehicles with children inside.

Officials vote Boyle County-wide ‘dog’ ordinance into law

A Boyle County-wide "dog" ordinance has been voted into law following months of discussion and several revisions.

Oldham County voters approve alcohol sales ordinance

The wet forces have won a special vote today in Oldham County. Voters passed a proposal to allow packaged alcohol sales. And the vote wasn't that close. The ordinance passed 5,688 to 3,420.

Grayson moving forward with smoke-free ordinance

Members of the Grayson City Council are moving forward with the possibility of creating a smoke-free workplace environment in the city.

Lincoln County could revisit dog ordinance after vicious attack

Lincoln County attorney says he plans to revisit the county's dog ordinance after seven Presa Canario dogs managed to escape their kennels and attack a 46-year-old woman.

Lexington-Fayette County Considers E-Cig Ban

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council has scheduled a Thursday vote for adding electronic smoking devices to the city's public indoor-smoking ban.

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State late with final round of P-EBT cards

Last batch of cards may not go out until next month

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Company crews, contract partners help restore service during an unprecedented year.

State gets $188,000 in Home Depot data breach deal

Home Depot agrees to take steps to prevent future problems.

‘Let’s Make a Deal’ car sale leads to therapy grants for Madison kids

Hogg Therapy is partnering with The Joy Project to provide grants to children who need therapy services or equipment that insurance will not cover.