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Kentucky Folklife Magazine looking for submission proposals

The Kentucky Folklife Program at Western Kentucky University is looking for proposals.

Kentucky governor’s pension plan passes state House

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's pension-relief proposal has narrowly passed the state House.

Bevin says he’s agreed to changes to his pension proposal

Gov. Matt Bevin says he's agreed to changes to his pension-relief plan in an effort to win support from lawmakers whose votes would be needed to pass it in a special legislative session.

State seeks proposal to bring jobs to Appalachia

The Kentucky Division of Abandoned Mine Lands is seeking proposals that will attract new industry and jobs to Kentucky's Appalachian counties.

Tates Creek High School could get new building instead of renovation

According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Tates Creek High School would get a new building, rather undergoing a renovation, under a new proposal pending before the Fayette County school board.

Mayor Gorton proposes city budget

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton outlined her first budget proposal for the city on Tuesday, saying "we must reset spending with this budget.

Eagles QB proposes to girlfriend here in the bluegrass

Not too long after the Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl, its injured quarterback proposed to his lovely lady at a well known Kentucky spot.

Pension plan for teachers would cost taxpayers $4.4 billion

An analysis of Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin's plan to overhaul the retirement system for public school teachers shows it would cost taxpayers an extra $4.4 billion over the next 20 years.

Bevin promotes proposed pension fix to business group

Gov. Matt Bevin says the actual legislation aimed at shoring up Kentucky's woefully underfunded public retirement systems will be unveiled soon.

Proposal offers property tax relief in gentrifying areas

A Kentucky city is exploring a program to assist longtime homeowners in gentrifying neighborhoods with property tax bills.

GOP proposal would let Ky. governor appoint appellate judges

A Republican lawmaker has filed a bill that would let Kentucky's governor appoint the state's appellate judges.

Panel recommends increase for hunting, fishing licenses

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission has recommended increasing the fee for most hunting and fishing licenses.

Statement released from Lexington Police chief regarding potential protests

Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard released a statement regarding potential protests.

Lexington vigil encourages unity after Virginia tragedy

Thousands of people gathered at the courthouse plaza Monday in downtown Lexington, standing in solidarity with those who lost their lives in Charlottesville Virginia over the weekend.

Medicaid changes would save money; others to lose benefits

Kentucky officials have altered their proposal to change the state's Medicaid program that would save state taxpayers an additional $27 million over the next five years while causing an extra 9,000 people to lose coverage.

Proposal seeks more land for small-game hunting

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is holding a public hearing to discuss the possibility of a hunting access program in south-central Kentucky.

New ordinance aims to address uptick in panhandling

An ordinance being considered by Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government committees on Tuesday claims to offer a three-part remedy to increased panhandling along Lexington roads and on medians.

Settlement reached in LG&E, KU rate increase proposal

Louisville Gas and Electric Co. and Kentucky Utilities have agreed to reduce their rate increase proposal, a move that Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear's office said will save ratepayers $90 million annually.

Proposal would build baseball stadium near Rupp Arena

A new downtown baseball stadium for the Lexington Legends is among the proposals submitted for a nearly 20-acre parking lot across from Rupp Arena.

Ahead of Trump visit, Paul hopes health proposal will fail

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he hopes the Republican health care proposal will fail so that "true negotiations" can begin.

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