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The Education and Workforce Development Cabinet announced $2.6 million will be awarded to the West Kentucky Workforce Development Board.
Apple says the new services it's launching will respect your digital boundaries.
A new poll shows that Kentucky voters by a 2 to 1 margin believe the state should leave Kentucky’s Medicaid program as it is, with no reduction in the number of people who are covered.
We now know details regarding visitation and funeral services for Don Ball, founder of Ball Homes.
The Kentucky State Parks system is offering lodging discounts to current and former members of the nation's armed services.
A fire has significantly damaged the emergency dispatch and ambulance services building in a Kentucky county.
To assist in improving the oral, and overall, health of students, the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry is piloting a new service providing students at UK with easier access to select, no-cost dental care.
The Hope Center, dedicated to help homeless people every day of the year, is providing additional services to those left outside as temperatures fall.
Classes are cancelled on Tuesday at the University of Kentucky, and faculty and staff will not report as the nation heads to the polls.
President Barack Obama has declared an emergency in the state of Florida and has ordered federal aid to supplement state, tribal, and local response efforts to Hurricane Matthew.
If you're tired of waiting in lines, or using personal time to renew your vehicle registration, the Department of Vehicle Regulation (DVR,) has announced a newly revamped website, offering many services that customers can take advantage of online.
The starting time for the memorial service for Muhammad Ali has been pushed back.
State officials are hosting a community forum to educate people about the ongoing drug epidemic.
Lexington’s successful needle-exchange program will soon be adding another service: on-site referrals to rehabilitation programs.
Kentucky lawmakers who visited a social service office say they found people waiting hours trying to get services restored as the state struggles to fix problems with its public benefit system.
The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services has launched a new website, Benefind, for Assistance Programs.
Advocates for the disabled are gathering for a rally at Kentucky's Capitol to highlight the importance of state-supported services for the disabled.
The Franklin County Sheriff says someone called 911 Wednesday morning saying they saw a man with a gun in the building then someone else reported hearing gunshots on one of the floors.
A medical foundation affiliated with the University of Kentucky is appealing a recent decision by Attorney General Jack Conway's office that requires the foundation to turn over records for public inspection.
The Fayette County Board of Education on Monday voted to hire national experts to review the school district operations and services.
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