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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has created a scholarship program for Kentucky high school students after vetoing a similar proposal earlier this year.
In an American Veterans post in Louisville, Kentucky, a two-person band plays traditional music on fiddle and piano in a program that brings joy to small groups of veterans with traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Lexington Parking Authority says that the "Food for Fines" canned food drive collected nearly 5,100 food items in the first four weeks of the program
Thousands of low-income families in Central Kentucky can obtain energy assistance for the coming winter this Tuesday, November 1, as Community Action Council opens the subsidy component of its Federally funded Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
State Police are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) on October 22 to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from home medicine cabinets.
A Florida surgeon has been hired to lead the effort to bring complicated pediatric heart surgeries back to the University of Kentucky after a four-year absence.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is visiting Kentucky to announce a program to reduce rural poverty nationwide.
Broadband providers will be able to participate in a program that offers subsidized service to low-income households starting Dec. 1.
Health officials in Boyle County can now move forward with a plan to create a needle exchange program after receiving approval from the county fiscal court.
Louisville has been chosen for a federal pilot program aimed at combatting heroin and prescription drug abuse and related violent crime.
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department says its needle exchange program is making strides in fighting the spread of Hepatitis C and HIV.
A University of Louisville program that encourages students, faculty and staff to ride a bike to campus instead of driving is increasing in popularity.
The YMCA of Central Kentucky has received a $55,000 grant from the Anthem Foundation that will grow the LIVESTRONG at the YMCA program.
The Y’s Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program will be coming to Millcreek Elementary in Lexington on July 26.
Kentucky's Republican governor says the state is now accepting applications on how to spend up to $100 million of taxpayer money to help train the state's workforce.
There’s an expansion on the way for early childhood education.
Meteorologist Eric Burke talks with Dr. Susan Stone, with Frontier Nursing University, about their new Psychiatric-Mental Health program.
The Jessamine Co. Sheriff is asking motorists to avoid South US 27 at Camp Nelson Cemetery due to the high volume of traffic for the Memorial Day program on Monday.
Several sites in Fayette County Public Schools now provide free after-school meals for low-income students through the federal Child and Adult Care Food Program
A new educational resource about Lexington’s historic Davis Bottom neighborhood is now available online to students, parents and teachers at http://arch.as.uky.edu/.