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Apple says Face-Time will be back to normal next week

Apple says Face-Time will be safe to use again next week.

Software provider to relocate, expand Benton headquarters

Governor Matt Bevin has announced United Systems and Software Inc. will expand its operation in Marshall County with a $5.3 million investment expected to create 50 high-paying, full-time jobs.

Actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary

Police say actress Sean Young is wanted for questioning after she was caught on surveillance video stealing laptops and video production software from a store in New York City.

Oregon to use Kentucky software for Medicaid

Oregon is planning to transfer an online Medicaid enrollment system from Kentucky after giving up on its own troubled software.

Driver’s License Operation To Be Suspended For One Day In Fayette County

Due to the installation of new software and cameras for Kentucky's new driver's license, you won't be able to get a license in the downtown location in Lexington on Wednesday, October 24th.

One Day Suspension Of Driver’s License Issuing In Berea

Berea residents won't be able to get a driver's license on Monday, September 24th, in the Madison County Circuit Clerk's office while new software and cameras are installed for the state's new licenses.

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Video: Jeffersontown Officers confront man filming crime investigation

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Short-handed Cats fall to No. 6 Florida, 34-10

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Laurel County Sheriff’s Office searching for missing 43-year-old

Christopher McQueen was last seen off Whitson School Road Saturday around noon, according to deputies.

Kentucky State University mourns first female president Mary Levi Smith

Kentucky State University’s eleventh and first female president, died Saturday at 84 years old.