An ongoing investigation is taking place after an inmate at the Madison County Detention Center escaped the facility over the weekend.

FRANKFORT - In an ongoing effort to increase animal traceability, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking public comment on a proposal that would only recognize radio frequency identification (RFID) devices as the official ear tag for interstate movement of cattle and bison that are required to be identified by animal disease traceability rules.

A downtown Richmond street that has been a complaint of residents for years, is finally giving them something to look forward to.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - The payment process for an additional $400 per week in additional short-term unemployment benefits has begun, the state Labor Cabinet announced on Friday.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Expect to see a new kind of license plate in Kentucky, one that is digitally printed on flat aluminum, instead of the traditional embossed metal with raised letters and numbers.An unseen difference by drivers will be in savings to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet on …

MONTICELLO, Ky. — Fish and Wildlife Officers from around the state have assisted local water patrol efforts to keep law and order on Lake Cumberland this weekend. Officers made 21 more arrests Saturday into early Sunday morning.

Beginning in the early days of 2020, the most immediate health concern in the world has been the COVID-19 pandemic. In the United States alone there have been more than 6.5 million cases and over 194,000 who have lost their lives to the disease.

Somerset-Pulaski SRT hosted a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on the 19th anniversary of the deadly attacks.

MONTICELLO, Ky. — A Memorandum of Agreement with the KY Dept. of Transportation regarding discretionary funds was approved Thursday night, during the regular monthly meeting of the Wayne Fiscal Court. The $99,000 is earmarked for resurfacing projects on Shaw Valley Road, Edwards Mountain Road and Deer View.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - The payment process for an additional $400 per week in additional short-term unemployment benefits has begun, the state Labor Cabinet announced on Friday.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Expect to see a new kind of license plate in Kentucky, one that is digitally printed on flat aluminum, instead of the traditional embossed metal with raised letters and numbers.

Nate Sandiford, a radiologic technologist in the cardiac catheterization lab at Baptist Health Richmond, sat on a bench in the hospital's healing garden in the bright sunlight Thursday morning.

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CORBIN — Members of the Corbin City Council, Corbin Tourism Board, and former Corbin Mayor Willard McBurney met on Main Street in downtown Corbin Friday evening to dedicate the city’s new splash pad to Geeta Patel.

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GRAYSON The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired some creativity on the part of many art galleries, and the Grayson Gallery and Art Center is no different.

FRANKFORT--As warm weather sweeps across the Commonwealth bringing signs of spring, motorists can expect to see orange cones and flashing lights on roadways as construction and maintenance activities resume. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is driving attention to National Work Zon…

FRANKFORT—Family members of the two students killed in last year’s shooting at Marshall County High School held hands, shed tears, and spoke bravely about their grief during this week’s Senate Education meeting.

LOUISVILLE--LG&E and KU's efforts to grow business, attract jobs and empower economic vitality in the commonwealth have again earned global attention. Site Selection, the international economic development magazine, has named LG&E and KU among the "Top 10 Utilities" in the U.S. for e…

FRANKFORT--Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Kentucky Association of Food Banks (KAFB) and the Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo) on Monday announced the winners of the second annual Commonwealth of Kentucky Bowl they conducted last month.

FRANKFORT--Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday the rhetorical tone in the country "needs to be ratcheted down," calling the killing of 11 people in a Pittsburg synagogue and two in a Louisville Kroger store "horrible, criminal acts."

FRANKFORT -- State and federal law officers may have averted a deadly school shooting Thursday after receiving a complaint from a New Jersey woman that a Kentucky man was threatening and harassing her.

Staff members from The Center for Rural Development recently journeyed to Tupelo Mississippi to participate in an Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) conference. The 2018 ARC Summit: Expanding Opportunities for Our Region's Future, focused on key issues shaping the Region's communities. Th…

FRANKFORT -- Jeannie Linken is a secretary at a Louisville elementary school. She's a registered Republican, but she says that won't matter this Nov. 6.

The Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo), the Kentucky Association of Food Banks and the Office of the Secretary of State kicked off the second annual Commonwealth of Kentucky Bowl Wednesday at the Capitol.

FRANKFORT-The Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence (KCADV) today launched the Purple Purse Challenge, a statewide fundraising campaign to provide emergency assistance for survivors of domestic violence.

FRANKFORT -- It was supposed to bring high speed internet access to all of Kentucky by 2018 and it was supposed to cost the state only $30 million.

While Kentucky's economy as a whole has been in a period of recovery ever since 2010, jobs continue to be lacking in many parts of the state and wages remain stagnant and inadequate to make ends meet, according to a new report released today by the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy (KCEP).

FRANKFORT-- Teachers and Democrats Tuesday harshly criticized a move by a teacher professional education board to drop a requirement that teachers attain a Master's Degree level in order to retain certification.

FRANKFORT -- Attorney General Andy Beshear said Thursday a $240,000 yearly contract issued by Gov. Matt Bevin's administration to an "adoption czar" was invalid and so, too, was a $60,000 termination fee given to Dan Dumas when he left the job.

FRANKFORT -- Gov. Matt Bevin has once again gone on a radio show and made comments about teachers and public employees opposed to changes in their pensions which they view as disparaging.

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