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Paw print on your mailbox? Here’s why.

It's part of a new Postal Service campaign, PAWS, to keep letter carriers safe from dog attacks. 

City of Lexington leaf vacuuming program to start on Nov. 4

Lexington’s once a year vacuum leaf collection program will begin on Nov. 4.

Registration open for BBN pets

Registration for BBN Pets is now open.

AGs urging for data to help address Public Service Loan Forgiveness program

A letter was sent to U.S. Secretary of Education urging that the U.S. Dept. of Education provide data on Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.

Kentucky Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy yields progress

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

BCTC awarded $20,000 grant to develop Orthotics and Prosthetics Technician Program

Bluegrass Community and Technical College was awarded $20,000 grant to develop Orthotics and Prosthetics Technician Program.

Mid-year funding opportunity offered for programs that support victims of violent crime

Kentucky Justice Secretary John Tilley announced Tuesday that a mid-year application opportunity is now available for obtaining grant funding under the federal Victims of Crime Act, known as VOCA.

DV8 teaching others how to serve second chances

This week, a Lexington bakery is hosting a group of 14 people from across the country who want to learn to do what it does.

National Safe Streets & Second Chances project to discussed the initiative Tuesday

Safe Streets & Second Chances project discussed the initiative and other criminal justice-focused efforts in the Bluegrass State.

New support for employees with children with special needs

A new, free benefit to support those caring for children with learning, social or behavior challenges, or developmental disabilities comes to state employees in 2019.

H20 Help to Others Program helps families in need with water bill payments

The program is administered for Kentucky American Water by Dollar Energy Fund in order to assist eligible customers in financial distress with their water bill payments.

UK expands program to treat new moms for addiction

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - The University of Kentucky is expanding a program to treat female addicts who have recently given birth. A statement from the...

Co-teachers going into year two with high hopes

With the new school year just days away, Jessica Moore and Michelle Areaux are starting to get excited.

Lexington kicks off new bus passes for the homeless program, Catholic Action Center not included

The city of Lexington is launching a new program that will offer free unlimited rides on Lextran to the city's homeless but not everyone is happy with the requirements the city has set to get a ride.

Federal program to help employers with tough hires

The Kentucky Career Center has a new plan to help employers hire hard-to-place applicants, such as those with substance abuse problems or a criminal record.

Governor launches new apprenticeship pilot program

Governor Bevin announced the launch of a new apprenticeship pilot program on Tuesday which will help students interested in a state government career gain on-the-job skills and opportunities.

Murray State University expands tuition assistance program

MURRAY, Ky. (AP) - Murray State University says it's expanding a tuition assistance program to cover students throughout the state. The program includes scholarship assistance...

Students protest program cuts

Some Eastern Kentucky University students took a unique approach some would say 'dark' to show state lawmakers in Frankfort they're not happy with higher education cuts that led to program cuts at their school.

KSP: Safe Schools Initiative helps prepare for the worst

To try and keep schools as safe as possible, many districts have paired up with Kentucky State Police to go over exactly what to do in situations like an active shooter.

Kentucky bill aims to help officers cope with job stresses

Kentucky bill meant to help law enforcement officials cope with job stress.

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McConnell uses a Democrat’s quote in first attack ad of general election

The ad features criticisms from newspapers of McConnell's opponent during the June Primary.
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New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.