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Visitation policy at Frankfort Regional Medical Center

Frankfort Regional Medical Center announced on Tuesday that starting August 4th at 7:30 am the visitation policy will change.

ACLU settles social media case against former governor

Bevin blocked people who posted adverse comments.

Kentucky Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy yields progress

The Council on Postsecondary Education has completed its first comprehensive review of campus progress .

Mattis resigning as Pentagon chief after Trump disagreements

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis resigned Thursday after clashing with President Donald Trump over the abrupt withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria and after two years of deep disagreements over America’s role in the world.

Anderson Co. schools to use metal detectors in the upcoming school year

Anderson County Board of Education has put into place the use of metal detectors and random searches for middle and high school students starting after Labor Day.

Appalachia’s approach to drugs at odds with AG policy

In Appalachian states hit hardest by the opioid epidemic, the tough-on-crime policy announced Friday by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions runs counter to a recent emphasis on treatment and less prison time for low-level drug offenders.

Senate OKs bill allowing juvenile records to be erased

Kentucky's policy of letting some wrongdoers erase their criminal records would be extended to its youthful violators under a bill that has cleared the state Senate.

KentuckyOne Health alters visitation policy to prevent spread of flu

Temporary policies have been enacted in KentuckyOne Health facilities limiting visitation in an effort to prevent spreading the flu.

UK Hospital changes hospital visitation policies

In order to protect the health of the patients and visitors during the flu season, UK HealthCare is making temporary changes to hospital visitation policies.

UK HealthCare Visitation Policy Changes

UK officials say to protect the health of the people they serve this flu season, UK HealthCare is making temporary changes to hospital visitation policies.

Metal detectors, bag size limits part of new operations at Rupp Arena

UK Athletics and Rupp Arena have implemented new policies for fans headed to the Kentucky men's and women's basketball games.

Paul, Gray disagree on farm policy during forum

Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates have disagreed over the federal government's role in the state's farming industry.

School districts to decide whether to accept heroin antidote

A heroin antidote could be coming to private and public high schools in Kentucky this fall.

Bevin fills job in Governor’s Office of Agriculture Policy

Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a veteran farm policy official to the job as the executive director of the Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy.

Kentucky malls impose chaperone rules after disturbance

Two malls in Kentucky have imposed new chaperone rules following a weekend disturbance involving unruly teens.

Voting rights symposium being held at University of Kentucky

Figures from the media, politics, the judiciary and more are speaking Tuesday at the University of Kentucky during a daylong symposium on voting rights.

Girl Scouts to discuss transgender policy

The leader of the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana says the group will discuss its policy on welcoming transgender children next week following criticism from conservative groups at the national level.

Backgrounds key in race devoid of policy differences

Kentucky's Republican candidates for governor are focusing on their backgrounds in the final days of a campaign that has been devoid of policy disputes.

EKU To Become ‘Tobacco Free Campus’

EKU will become a tobacco-free campus later this year. The University Board of Regents approved the change Monday during its regular meeting.

UK HealthCare Amends Policy to Protect Against Flu

To protect patients, visitors and staff from getting the flu, UK HealthCare has changed its inpatient visitation policy during the influenza season.

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Lexington Humane Society needs your votes to win $12,000

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Knox Central High School ‘Gears Up’ for graduation

Grant specialists hope that the activity will boost awareness of the importance of high school graduation.