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Fayette County Board of Education votes to be part of opioid lawsuit

The Fayette County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to join other school districts across the nation in a lawsuit to recoup damages from the opioid epidemic.

Secretariat resolution advances to Senate

A resolution to celebrate the 50th birthday of the world’s most celebrated racehorse of all time was advanced Monday in the Kentucky House.

Resolution to make DST permanent moves to Senate

The Kentucky House passed a resolution urging Congress to allow Kentucky and other states to permanently adopt daylight saving time, or DST.

Laurel County added to growing list of Second Amendment sanctuaries

Laurel County unanimously passed a resolution to become a Second Amendment sanctuary on Thursday.

Council wants to remove Trump star from Walk of Fame

The chamber has never removed a star because it's considered part of the walk's "historic fabric."

Teachers and lawmakers react to Bevin’s comments

Governor Matt Bevin is making national headlines for comments about teachers Friday that some are calling "spiteful" and "disgusting".

Lexington’s Urban County Council votes to support medical marijuana

Lexington's Urban County Council approved a resolution on the legalization of medical marijuana in Kentucky.

Medical marijuana resolution clears House hurdle

The Kentucky House wants the federal government to accelerate research on the "safety and effectiveness" of medical marijuana.

UPDATE: GOP lawmaker wants to expel former House speaker

A Republican lawmaker in Kentucky has filed a resolution to expel the former speaker of the House for inappropriate behavior with a woman in his office.

Council members to vote on new resolution regarding Spectrum Cable

Council members will vote on a new resolution Thursday to give the company a 30 day deadline to fix certain issues or face daily fines.

Lexington continues battle with Spectrum Cable

Here's something we've all grumbled about TV service, and how much we pay for it.

Jefferson County Schools Consider ‘Safe Haven’ Resolution

The Jefferson County Board of Education is expected to consider making the state's largest school district a "safe haven" for undocumented students and their families.

YMCA of Central Kentucky

Doug High sits down with David Martorano and Dana Ensley, with YMCA of Central Kentucky, who share some tips on embracing a healthier lifestyle in the New Year.

Danville approves resolution opposing pipeline proposal

The Danville City Commission has passed a resolution opposing the conversion of a natural gas pipeline to carry potentially hazardous natural gas solids through Boyle County.

Capilouto forms committee to recommend long-term mural resolution

University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto has formed a broad-based committee to recommend a long-term resolution for a mural in UK's Memorial Hall that has sparked dialogue across the campus.

Resolution to Honor Master Distiller’s 60 Years of Service

Jimmy Russell has been recognized as the longest-tenured, active Master Distiller of any whiskey company in North America, and now a resolution has been presented to Kentucky's General Assembly to mark 2014 as "The Year of Jimmy Russell."

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Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12

Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12
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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board.