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Allen Co. to Vote on Whether to Allow Liquor Sales

An upcoming election will determine whether liquor sales will be allowed in Allen County.

Longtime Keeneland Sales Team Member Dale Rouk Dies

Dale Stewart Rouk, 79, a member of the Keeneland sales team for more than 40 years until his retirement in 2009, died January 1, 2017, in Burleson, Texas.

Hartford to Hold Referendum on Alcohol Sales

A third city in western Kentucky's Ohio County plans to hold a referendum on alcohol sales.

2017 Girl Scout Cookie Sales

Can it already have been a century? Indeed, says Haleigh McGraw, who comes to the studio to tell Eric Burke about 100 years of entrepreneurship with Girl Scout Cookies.

Black Friday UK Basketball Tickets Coming to Fayette Mall

Black Friday shoppers at Fayette Mall have another stop to add to their schedules. UK Athletics will be on site offering deals on tickets to upcoming Kentucky men’s and women’s basketball games.

Hartford voters to decide whether to allow alcohol sales

Voters in Hartford will be the next Ohio County community to decide whether to allow alcohol sales.

10 Seven-Figure Sales Start Keeneland November Sale

A recap of the first day of action.

Keeneland Well Represented at BC World Championships

67 sales grads and 30 racing/training alumni to compete at Santa Anita.

Election Day sales of alcohol OK’d by McCracken County

Residents in wet precincts across McCracken County will no longer be forbidden from buying alcohol on Election Day.

Drink up: More Kentucky communities allowing alcohol sales

Voters in multiple communities around Kentucky have approved alcohol sales.

Voters to decide whether to allow alcohol sales

Voters in two Kentucky counties are deciding whether to allow alcohol sales.

September Yearling Sale starts Monday

An overview of the 73rd edition starting next week.

City of Ashland, pastor sue over county’s alcohol sales vote

The City of Ashland is suing the Boyd County clerk and elections board over an alcohol sales vote.

KY Lottery reports record breaking sales for FY 2016

At a board of directors meeting on Friday, The Kentucky Lottery announced that sales for Fiscal Year 2016 were a record $997.3 million dollars, beating last year's record of $899.1 million.

Battle of Perryville advance discount tickets on sale

The Kentucky Department of Parks will offer advance tickets to the annual commemoration of the Battle of Perryville Oct. 8-9. Advance sales will be available online through Oct. 5.

Legal alcohol sales spread in Kentucky as attitudes change

Counties and cities in Kentucky have been increasingly approving alcohol sale measures in the state in recent years.

Lottery sales and profits ahead of last year

Kentucky Lottery sales are expected to finish this fiscal year at a level that breaks last year’s all-time record.

Kentucky Noah’s Ark attraction gets tax incentive approval

A battle over a Kentucky tax incentive for a religious theme park featuring Noah's Ark has ended in a win for the big boat.

Easter Celebration to be held at Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass

If you're looking to get some face-time with the Easter Bunny himself, you might do well to head to The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass on March 19 to join in on their family-friendly Easter event.

Local option sales tax bill clears Kentucky House

The Kentucky House of Representatives wants voters to decide whether to change the state's constitution to allow for a temporary increase in local sales taxes to pay for big projects.

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Shots fired into truck with child inside, search on for shooter and vehicles

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is looking for suspects in two cars after shots were fired along I-64.

Scott County Schools working to implement ‘test to stay’ plan

He wants the District to have everything in place and the Health Department on board before moving forward.

Accused shoplifters lead officers on foot chase in Lexington

Two men were charged in the shoplifting case along with a woman who had unrelated outstanding warrants, according to Lexington Police.

KEA applauds plaintiffs as Ky court hears challenge to private school vouchers

Law is unaccountable to the public, which makes it unconstitutional to the people, argues plaintiffs and public-school proponents.