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State starts paying, implementing some unemployment programs

State Begins Paying CAA Extension Programs, Continues Phased Implementation of Two Other Programs.

Bluegrass woman says government owes her $10,000 in unemployment

The state says it's paid benefits to more than 90% of claimants yet about 30,000 people like Deborah are still waiting.

What’s at stake if President Trump doesn’t sign stimulus bill

From eviction extensions to $600 checks

More federal funds allocated to COVID-related jobless costs

More than 1,500 reimbursing employers, including nearly 1,000 nonprofits, gain relief

Rural Eastern Kentucky counties have state’s highest jobless rates

Coronavirus continues to impact the numbers.

Federal labor rules end extended unemployment aid for Kentuckians

Extended benefit payments for 4,723 claimants will cease this weekend due to federal rules.

Unemployment computers to be down Friday and Saturday

Computer shutdown will make system better in long run

68 counties in ‘red’, state trying to waive collecting UI overpayments

68 Red Zone Counties Need to Operate on Reduction Plan Next Week

State’s jobless rate better; but 117,000 fewer jobs from year ago

Kentucky’s employment was down 117,200 jobs or 6 percent compared to September 2019.

Lexmark receives top military support award; UI benefits going out

Checks for second round of $400 going out

Unemployment rates up as work force increases outpace job gains

Rates increase across the state compared to July.

Jobless rate up as work force outpaces new jobs

Work force grew by 173,437, number of people employed in August increased by 103,061.

With COVID impact, jobless rates higher in July than a year ago

Coronavirus continues to impact employment picture

Lexington mom hopes to receive new unemployment benefit

A Lexington mother hopes to receive the extra unemployment benefits from the state.

Owensboro, only city in America where unemployment is actually down

"We've managed it as a community," Owensboro Mayor Tom Watson

Unemployment rates continue to fall

Numbers down in many counties but part due to work force declines.

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Shots fired into truck with child inside, search on for shooter and vehicles

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is looking for suspects in two cars after shots were fired along I-64.

Scott County Schools working to implement ‘test to stay’ plan

He wants the District to have everything in place and the Health Department on board before moving forward.

Accused shoplifters lead officers on foot chase in Lexington

Two men were charged in the shoplifting case along with a woman who had unrelated outstanding warrants, according to Lexington Police.

KEA applauds plaintiffs as Ky court hears challenge to private school vouchers

Law is unaccountable to the public, which makes it unconstitutional to the people, argues plaintiffs and public-school proponents.