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Small changes that could possibly make a big difference, that's what Fayette County Public Schools is trying to do with four new safety rules.
Principal Lester Diaz sent out an email to school parents late Friday afternoon with a list of new security rules, effectively immediately, ahead of that night's game.
Senate Bill 228, among many things, looks to broaden the definition of a sports agent and require agents register with the state, regulations lawmakers say will make it harder for corruption and other questionable things from happening here in Kentucky.
The EPA grants two petitions to reconsider substantive provisions of the final rule regulating coal combustion residuals as nonhazardous waste.
Beginning October 12, 2016, LFUCG says the rules for visits to the jail are changing. These changes may affect when and how many times an inmate can receive visits from friends and loved ones.
"Pokemon Go," the world-wide blockbuster app has brought several hikers to state parks in an attempt to "catch 'em all."
Kentucky's Supreme Court has weighed in on a case involving a 15-year-old boy who was charged with a felony after having consensual sex with his 13-year-old girlfriend.
Drivers overtaking bicyclists on Kentucky roads would have to leave at least 3 feet between their vehicle and the bicycle under a bill that cleared the state Senate.
Kentucky's new top environmental regulator is challenging federal rules to curb power plant pollution blamed for causing climate change.
Hear from Coach Cal on the impact of the NCAA emphasis to limit physicality in the game overall.
The youngest daughter of escort Katina Powell was arrested by Louisville Police last year for misdemeanor prostitution.
Kentucky has joined several other states in a legal challenge against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its power plant regulations.
The Obama administration is proposing new regulations Thursday designed to reduce the impact of coal mining on the nation's streams.
You may not realize that many schools require a doctor's excuse before your child can bring sunscreens to school.
There are rules for high school sports in Kentucky, but very few for middle school.