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Kentucky artists’ works grace halls of State Capitol, online

First ‘Team Kentucky Gallery’ Exhibit Viewable by Capitol Visitors, Online

Flags from Kentucky Capitol’s COVID-19 memorial available

The flags can be collected the week of July 12.

Kentucky GOP group rejects push to have McConnell back Trump

A Kentucky Republican Party Committee has rejected a resolution that would have urged Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to fully support Donald Trump in the ex-president’s upcoming impeachment trial.

Calm, few protesters in Frankfort, across the country

Message isn't all Trump, one wishes Biden good luck.

Security at state Capitol increased for next several days

Governor announces Kentucky State Capitol grounds will be closed Sunday

Kentucky Capitol: Yard signs call for governor’s impeachment

The protest occurred Tuesday as state lawmakers began their 2021 legislative session.

Kentucky lawmakers plan for another COVID-impacted session

Senate President Robert Stivers said Friday the COVID situation could limit what lawmakers can do in the upcoming legislative session.

UPDATE: Employee fired over role in hanging effigy of governor; Beshear comments

An employee of the Neil Huffman Auto Group was fired for alleged involvement in hanging an effigy of Governor Andy Beshear in a tree near the State Capitol on Sunday. 

UPDATE: Hearing next week in protest lawsuit

A federal judge gave attorneys for the state until Tuesday to file a response and set a hearing for May 21 to possibly decide whether to temporarily block the state's ban on mass gatherings.

Kentucky Black Legislative Caucus critical of weekend rally at Capitol

Members of Kentucky's Black Legislative Caucus say they are appalled, but not shocked by what took place at a rally against the state's coronavirus restrictions.

Protest caravan returns to state Capitol

The backlash over the continued shutdown or limits on many businesses went on today but within the state's limits on gatherings, although some brought vulgar messages to make their anger clear.

National School Choice Week at the State Capitol

At 10 a.m. on Monday at the State Capitol schools and organizations will be celebrating the importance of options in K through 12 education.

Muslim students heckled during visit to State Capitol

A group of middle school-aged Muslim students were heckled by a group of men during a visit Wednesday to the State Capitol.

500-year-old bibles to be displayed in Frankfort on Friday

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ)- 500-year-old bibles will be on display on Friday, March 29, at the State Capitol in Frankfort. "Truth Remains" will display its collection...

Child Abuse Prevention Month event Wednesday at State Capitol

Pinwheel planting Wednesday will kick off April as Child Abuse Prevention Month

Officers honored for saving man’s life at Kentucky Capitol

Kentucky's governor is honoring two police officers who helped save a man's life at the state Capitol.

Protesters allowed inside Kentucky Capitol

State Police officers allow Kentucky Poor People's Campaign to enter the Capitol.

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education." Martin Luther King, Jr.

Supporters of higher cigarette tax rally at State Capitol

Supporters of a higher cigarette tax in Kentucky rallied at the State Capitol in Frankfort Thursday.

Children sing at rally for better childcare in Kentucky

Children sang and adults talked about improving childcare in Kentucky at a 'Kids Matter Coalition' rally at the State Capitol Wednesday.

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$45 million worth of yearlings sold in Saturday Keeneland Yearling Sale

The September Sale continues tomorrow and runs through Friday, Sept. 24. All sessions begin at 10 a.m. ET.

“Ichthus” music festival re-launches after 9 years

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