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State elected officials urge Beshear to work with Sunrise Services

GOP cites law approved by Legislature as one reason.

Former child services employee pleads guilty to sexual abuse

According to the Morehead News, a man and former Sunrise Children Services employee has pleaded guilty to sexual abuse after police say he inappropriately touched a 16-year-old female residing at the residential facility for teen girls.

Juveniles involved in stabbing in Rowan Co.

A group of juveniles were involved in a stabbing in Rowan County Tuesday night, according to the Morehead News.


For years, longtime Clark Co. educator Ms. Judy Huls Singleton has dreamed of helping hurting children in need through foster care. She made a...

Retired teacher donates land to better foster care system

Judy Singleton's family has owned a farm in Winchester since 1940. Now, it will serve a new purpose, as a foster care facility.

Judge throws out settlement in Kentucky foster care case

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A federal judge has thrown out a legal settlement that would restrict how Kentucky uses religious-based foster homes for children. The...

UPDATE: Sunrise Children’s Services’ activity center catches fire

According to the Advocate-Messenger, Dale Suttles, president of Sunrise, said fire crews are trying to keep the fire from reaching the campus' residential cabins.

Sunrise Children’s Services – Jimmy Wayne in Concert

The former foster child plans to showcase his music and share stories about traumatic times during his youth, both of which highlight his mission to raise awareness around foster care.

UPDATE: Danville Passes Amended Fairness Ordinance; Some Call For Mayor’s Resignation

Danville has become the 7th city in Kentucky to pass a Fairness Ordinance, but not before months of sometimes contentious debate and a call by some citizens for the Mayor to resign.

Danville City Commission Amends Fairness Ordinance

The Danville City Commission on Tuesday amended its much-debated Fairness Ordinance to exempt a social services organization that threatened to sue the city if the measure passed.

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US 60 in Grayson to experience closures for widening project

The area in front of Grayson City Hall will be closed for storm drain construction.

UPDATE: Brighton Trail pedestrian bridge nears completion

Bridge expected to open late in August.

UPDATE: Flags ordered to half-staff in honor of fallen Pearl Harbor sailor

Sailor will be buried in Burnside on July 31, 2021

Camp Nelson National Monument adds Glass Farm, 25-year effort

The Glass Farm acquisition means the national park now encompasses 464.97 acres.