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Kentucky confident Trump will approve Medicaid request

Kentucky officials say they expect the Trump administration to approve the state's request to overhaul its Medicaid program.

FCPS announce new program for pre-schoolers

Fayette County Public Schools announced a new program Wednesday designed to build children's language and vocabulary skills before reaching school age.

Asbury University offers training for work in film industry

A Kentucky college says it wants to help people who aspire to work in the film industry.

At public hearing, most oppose proposed Medicaid changes

Dozens of people waited more than three hours to tell Kentucky officials how much they oppose proposed changes to the state's Medicaid program.

Regional program for deaf, hard of hearing set in Paducah

The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will hold a regional outreach program next week in Paducah.

Climate change discussion to be held in Frankfort Monday evening

Lane E. Boldman, Executive Director of the Kentucky Conservation Committee, will discuss "Climate Change: Impact on Kentucky and the World" at a program in Frankfort on Monday.

I DO program list for Lexington youth

The city of Lexington has announced their 2017 “IDO” program list for Lexington youth during the Fayette County Public Schools summer break.

National archery competition expects to draw 14,000 students

Students from across the U.S. are expected to arrive in Kentucky this week to participate in a national archery competition.

Fired Louisville officer’s record dotted with reprimands

Records show an officer who was fired over sex abuse charges involving a former Explorer Scout had been reprimanded earlier during his career with Louisville Metro Police.

Maker’s Mark bourbon bottle to honor ’95-’96 “Untouchables”

To help raise funds for the Center for Academic and Tutorial Services (CATS) facility, Maker's Mark is releasing a commemorative bourbon bottle featuring the 1995-96 men’s basketball national championship team, known affectionately as “The Untouchables.”

FBI investigates Louisville PD’s Youth Explorer program

The FBI has launched a criminal investigation of allegations that Louisville Metro Police officers sexually abused a member of the department's Youth Explorer program.

EKU game design program ranks 47th internationally

A survey in the Princeton Review ranked Eastern Kentucky University's game design program 47th of 150 institutions offering game design coursework and/or degrees in the United States, Canada, and some other countries.

UPDATE: Louisville mayor asks FBI to look into police youth program

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has asked the FBI to investigate the alleged sexual abuse of children in a police youth outreach program.

“Top Hawk” Cessna lands in Frankfort; to be used in EKU aviation program

A new custom-branded aircraft has landed in central Kentucky.

Kentucky Utilities Rebate Program

Cliff Feltham stops by the studio to tell Katie Solove about Kentucky Utilities' Home Energy Rebates Program that helps offset the cost of energy efficient upgrades to the home.

Program allows law students to graduate in 6 years

Kentucky Wesleyan College and the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law are partnering to offer an accelerated program that allows students to obtain a juris doctorate in six years.

“Sunny Page” Program Aims to Help Disabled Children

A bipartisan program has been introduced in the Kentucky State Senate to encourage children with disabilities to participate as pages in the Senate.

$10K Grant for Program Providing Mammograms to Women in Need

The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, part of KentuckyOne Health, has been awarded at $10,000 grant from the Lexington Cancer Foundation to help assist the foundation’s "Yes, Mamm!" program, which provides mammography screenings and diagnostic services to women in need in central and eastern Kentucky.

FCPS Superintendent Launches “Give 10” Volunteer Program

On Thursday, Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Manny Caulk issued a call to action to make a difference in the life of a child.

WKU Touts Summer Program for First-Year Students

Western Kentucky University is touting a new program aimed at easing students' transition into college.

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Pineville, Bedford receive infrastructure grants

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Restaurants respond to mask mandate; survey finds seniors agree

New survey of senior adults back mask orders.