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GOP ready to block elections bill in Senate showdown

The Democrats’ expansive elections and voting bill is all but certain to be rejected in a key Senate test vote.

Judicial nominees, perhaps a potential justice, face Senate

Five of Biden's nominees will appear on Capitol Hill on Wednesday

Senators introduce legislation to mirror Carol Barr Act

Bipartisan bill to promote research and awareness to help prevent valvular heart disease, sudden cardiac death

From billboards to vision tests, Legislature completes session

Vetoes, lawsuits loom for handful of measures

From schools to executive powers, GOP Legislature begins veto overrides

Final budget work remains, other issues still on table.

Recap of significant legislation approved by lawmakers

Last two days of session are March 29-30.

UPDATE: Lawmakers vote to cap out-of-pocket insulin costs for some

The proposal won bipartisan support in a state plagued by high diabetes rates.

Bills filed this week give insight on Legislature’s priorities in waning days

With breaks built in, session scheduled to end March 30.

KY House sends firefighter mental health bill to Senate

Firefighters are often the first to respond to a variety of emergencies, including medical incidents, car accidents, and others.

Election reform measures make way through Kentucky Legislature

Provisions incorporate many of successful measures used last year.

Bill to cap cost of insulin heads to state Senate

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - — The Kentucky House of Representatives decided Kentuckians should not have to choose between rent and insulin Tuesday. House Bill 95...

Veto overrides, teacher pension bill head week in Legislature

Legislature picks up pace with only 20 days left in session.

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Fayette County reports Friday as most single day cases since February

The seven-day rolling average is up to 56 cases, the highest since March 4.

Local activist calls for community help on Facebook

Devine Carama of One Lexington asks for community activists like himself to help prevent youth violence in Lexington.

More closures scheduled for Sulphur Well Pike/KY 39 bridge project

The closures are a result of the progression of the Bridging Kentucky Program's bridge replacement project.

Kentucky Humanities awards over $800,000 to COVID-impacted organizations

Kentucky Humanities ARP Grants provide funding to museums, archives, historic sites, and other nonprofit cultural agencies impacted by the pandemic.