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Children to take part in ‘Team Kentucky’ poster contest

All Kentucky children to participate in a poster contest that celebrates the gubernatorial inauguration theme, Team Kentucky.

Kentucky panel sets hearing for one-vote election challenge

Kentucky lawmakers have scheduled a hearing later this month to decide what to do about a former Republican lawmaker.

Panel formed amid Confederate statue debate releases report

Louisville panel says public displays honoring the Confederacy are unwelcome in the city.

Lexington hosts talk on race relations

The community is invited to participate in a discussion on race relations at the Lyric Theater tonight.

Panel: Remove plaque that calls Jefferson Davis ‘hero’

A panel of historic properties advisers in Kentucky has recommended removing a plaque from a statue of Jefferson Davis that identifies the only president of the Confederacy as a "patriot, hero, statesman."

Lawmakers finish work on medical review panel bill

Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to a bill altering the medical malpractice system by creating panels of medical providers to review claims of error or neglect.

Bill Would Require College Freshmen to Document Vaccinations

A House panel has advanced a bill that would require incoming college freshmen to document they have been vaccinated.

Panel Adjourns Without Taking up UofL Governance Bill

Legislation to reshape the University of Louisville's governing body remains in flux after a House panel adjourned without taking up the measure.

East Kentucky Power approve to sell solar leases

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has approved a proposal to allow East Kentucky Power Cooperative Inc. to offer its customers a chance to buy in to a solar panel farm planned in Clark County.

Stumbo appoints panel to investigate Gov. Matt Bevin

The Democratic speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives has appointed a bipartisan committee to investigate whether the state's Republican governor broke the law in his quest to convince lawmakers to switch parties.

Louisville panel holds meeting on Confederate monument

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer's public art commission is holding a public meeting about relocation sites for a Confederate monument near the University of Louisville.

Panel: ‘Abuse’ was cause of autistic student’s broken legs

An outside panel has concluded that physical abuse was the cause of injuries to an autistic teenager whose legs were broken when a teaching assistant physically restrained him.

Senate panel discusses health exchange, Medicaid expansion

A Kentucky Senate committee hearing had an anticlimactic ending after a review of the state's health insurance exchange and Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.

Proposal to guarantee victims’ rights clears House panel

A proposal aimed at amending Kentucky's Constitution to guarantee rights for crime victims has cleared another hurdle in the General Assembly.

Panel advances bill to require ultrasounds before abortions

Kentucky lawmakers have advanced a bill that would require doctors to perform ultrasounds prior to abortions and to describe what is seen to the pregnant woman.

Bill seeks to create panel to investigate inmate deaths

Legislation creating an independent panel to investigate deaths of prisoners in custody in Kentucky jails was introduced in the House of Representatives today.

Panel OKs bill to crack down on posting explicit photos

A Kentucky legislative committee has approved a bill aimed at cracking down on people who distribute sexually explicit images without the consent of the person depicted.

House panel OKs bill enlisting AG in human trafficking fight

Kentucky's attorney general would be empowered to join the fight against human trafficking if a bill approved by a state House committee becomes law.

Senate panel OKs update to informed consent law

A Kentucky Senate panel has approved a bill to require any woman seeking an abortion to have a face-to-face meeting with a medical professional before the procedure.

Solar panel park under construction in Alabama

A solar panel park large enough to power 50 homes a day is being built in Alabama by a private company that will sell the electricity generated at the site to Tennessee Valley Authority.

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Man charged with credit card fraud

Man arrested after citizens help ID him.

Home sales continue to rebound across the state

Big increase over last year after COVID impact

Recovery effort continues for missing kayaker

Man missing since Sunday evening.

Brass Band Festival gets new executive director

Two new board members also named.