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New law on handicapped parking now in effect
Updated method of getting a handicapped placard aims to reduce fraudulent issuance to those who do not need them.
Deputy critical after shooting at rest stop, fugitive killed
Scott County Deputy Sheriff Jaime Morales is in critical condition following an officer involved shooting late Tuesday night.
Calendar set for 2019 General Assembly
The 2019 Regular Session of the Kentucky General Assembly is scheduled to begin on Jan. 8 and will last 30 legislative days.
Bill could create registry for people convicted of animal cruelty
A bill filed for consideration in the next year's General Assembly session would create an online, public registry listing names of people convicted of animal cruelty.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announces major infrastructure investment in northern Kentucky
Secretary Chao was joined by KY Sec. of Transportation Greg Thomas, Congressman Thomas Massie and Boone County Judge Executive Gary Moore to announce $75 million in infrastructure grants.
Summit seeks solutions for struggling coal region's economy
Community leaders are meeting in a Kentucky region hurt by the collapsing coal industry, seeking strategies to help redevelop the area's economy.
Jobless rates fall in 110 Kentucky counties
Unemployment rates fell in all but 10 of Kentucky’s 120 counties between July 2017 and July 2018.
52 AGs asking Congress to pass opioid bill
52 attorneys general want lawmakers to pass The Stopping Overdoses of Fentanyl Analogues Act, or SOFA.
Kentucky looks at new reforms to cut jail populations
Staying out of jail may be as easy as having a steady job for some former Kentucky inmates.
Kentucky official nominated for U.S. Dept of Education post
Robert L. King, the head of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, is being nominated by President Donald Trump to a post in the U.S. Department of Education.