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UPDATE: Court hears high-stakes Kentucky ‘historical racing’ case

Machines are big casino attraction, revenue producer.

Mayor budget to cut $40 million starting July 1

Mayor Linda Gorton says the budget she will present on April 28 will project a decrease of almost $40 million in revenue for the FY 20-21 budget year, beginning July 1.

Kentucky lawmakers agree to reduce revenue by $105 million

Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have agreed to reduce revenue by $105 million a year to give a tax break to some locally-owned banks and exempt nonprofits from some sales taxes.

PSC orders credit for Delta Natural Gas customers

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has reduced the annual revenue of Delta Natural Gas Co. to reflect a federal tax cut, thereby lowering the base rate portion of the average monthly bill for residential customers.

Kentucky water district needs cash to avoid collapse

Officials representing a water department in an eastern Kentucky county say the district could collapse within 60 to 90 days without an immediate influx of cash.

Economists predict $155 million deficit for Kentucky

Kentucky taxpayers can expect a shortfall of more than $155 million after a panel of state economists have revised the state's official revenue forecast.

Kentucky budget director predicts $113 million shortfall

Kentucky's budget director says the state is likely headed toward a $113 million shortfall when the fiscal year ends June 30.

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.

Report: Bill To Protect Miners’ Benefits Would Save Money

A new report says a bill to protect health care and pension benefits for about 120,000 retired coal miners would save money over the next decade.

New revenue commissioner’s old department still in disarray

Lexmark International has spent $10.7 million trying to fix problems in the department formerly headed by Kentucky's new revenue commissioner.

Kentucky officials slow down state tax refund returns

The Kentucky Department of Revenue has slowed down issuing state tax refunds because of concerns of identity theft and other forms of fraud.

Officials tweak revenue forecast as Kentucky wages increase

Kentuckians are earning more money, and state officials will soon be making plans to spend it.

Return to sender: IRS tax payment addresses have changed

Income tax season will be here in a few weeks, and the Internal Revenue Service wants taxpayers to mail their payments to the correct address.

General fund increases as road fund decreases in September

Kentucky state officials collected $24 million more in taxes last month than they did a year ago, keeping pace with official estimates.

Budget director: Kentucky likely to avoid shortfall

Kentucky's tax collections had another strong month in March, a sign the state is likely to avoid another budget shortfall.

Kentucky revenue dips, but officials remain optimistic

Tax collections fell slightly in January, but Kentucky's budget director said it is no reason to worry the state will end the year with a deficit.

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Search lands Jessamine County man in jail on trafficking charges

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Project begins for bridge replacement in Anderson County

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Berea brooms featured in Smithsonian

Special Smithsonian feature on the history.