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Kentucky school board debates “In God We Trust” posters

The Franklin County School Board has said they will seek public input before permitting posters saying "In God We Trust" in local schools.

Video shows progress on new Lexington Public Library branch

The Lexington Public Library is giving people a peek at the progress on a new branch opening at Palumbo Drive and Man O' War Blvd in a new video.

More transparency shows more fees for state pension plan

After promising more transparency in its expenses, Kentucky's pension plan for public employees has reported investment fees that are more than double what's been previously made public.

Judge asked to make evidence public in bourbon thefts

A Kentucky judge is expected to issue a ruling on whether to make more evidence public in the case against what prosecutors say is a bourbon theft ring.

Public may submit project proposals for national forest

The public is being asked to submit project proposals that would benefit public lands and natural resources in the Daniel Boone National Forest.

Public meeting on Civil War statues, marker rescheduled

A public meeting about two of Lexington’s Civil War statues and an historic marker, has been rescheduled. The meeting will now be held from 6-8 p.m., Monday, Sept. 21.

FBI enlisting public help to uncover corruption in Kentucky

The FBI wants to recruit Kentuckians to help uncover public corruption in a state long hampered by scandals.

Lexington sets public meeting on Civil War statues, marker

A public meeting is being held in Lexington next month for residents to express their opinions about two Civil War statues and a historic marker in the city.

Don’t forget eye exams before school

Kentucky law requires children ages 3 through 6 to have a vision exam if they are entering a public school or preschool program for the first time.

FCPS holding meeting for new superintendent search

Fayette Co. Public Schools will hold a meeting Saturday to discuss how to move forward in selecting a new superintendent.

Land Between the Lakes prepares for public meetings

The U.S. Forest Service is preparing for a series of public hearings next month over logging and management plans at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

Grant aimed at stopping pregnant smokers in Kentucky

The Kentucky Department for Public Health has announced a grant to address the issue of women who smoke while pregnant.

State to hear from public on water quality standards

The Kentucky Division of Water is conducting three public listening sessions in May to determine if any revisions need to be made to Kentucky's water quality standards.

Public meeting set for discussion of Mountain Parkway plan

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is holding a public meeting this week in eastern Kentucky to present information and gather feedback about options for extending the Mountain Parkway from Salyersville to Prestonsburg.

KSP-Post 5 celebrates National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week recognizes the hard work done every hour of every day by emergency communications workers.

Jefferson County schools want waiver for English learners

Jefferson County Public Schools is asking for a waiver to keep the test scores of some immigrant students who are not proficient in English from being counted against their schools.

Sewer service in limbo for some Harrison Co. residents

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has authorized the abandonment of a municipal sewer system that serves several dozen homes in Harrison County.

Dept. for Public Health reminding Kentuckians of CO dangers

The Kentucky Dept. for Public Health wants everyone to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning when people use alternative heat sources in cold weather.

PSC urges caution when using generators, heaters

The Public Service Commission is reminding everyone to take proper precautions before using a generator or a space heater during the cold weather.

US senators urge NY court to make drone killing memos public

Four U.S. senators have filed papers with a federal appeals court urging judges to force the government to divulge more about the rules it follows when it makes U.S. citizens the target of anti-terror drone strikes.

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UPDATE: Vigil pays tribute to man killed Saturday in downtown Lexington

Police say the man was taken to the hospital where he ultimately died.