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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.
Attorney General says it’s OK to post list of write-in candidates
Attorney General Andy Beshear issued a legal opinion that it was OK for election officials to post a list of certified write-in candidates at polling places.
New state licenses mean changes for circuit court clerks, residents
REAL IDs are coming to Kentucky next year, but local officials are advising residents to get their documents in order before the new system takes effect at the beginning of 2019.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders speaking at Kentucky Lincoln Dinner
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is speaking this month at the Republican Party of Kentucky's Lincoln Dinner.
New life for 1,000 Kentucky bridges
Kentucky transportation officials plan to repair or replace 1,000 bridges in six years despite forecasting stagnant growth in the road fund.
Retiring Ky. lawmaker named one of country’s top legislators
Rep. Jody Richards, D-Bowling Green, was named the third-most productive state representative in the nation.
Floyd County attorney sues state for ending child support contract
An Eastern Kentucky county attorney has sued the state Cabinet for Health and Family Services for ending its contract with him to collect child support payments.
KACo adds to its insurance coverage for planning & zoning
KACo Insurance has added two important pieces to its coverage for planning and zoning, making it the most comprehensive coverage available.
Some sales tax changes need to be rolled back, lawmaker says
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Some tweaking may be made next year to changes enacted during the 2018 legislative session to Kentucky’s sales tax laws.