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May 18, 2013
In Depth: Singing The Praises of African American Inventors Lexington, KY (2012-02-27) We conclude our series of Black History Month Reports with a look at famous, and not so famous, African American Inventors.
Programs Aims To Empower Students With Grants Lexington, KY (2012-02-27) 41 Kentucky high schools will soon be receiving grants, but the money won't be going to teachers or administrators. As Josh James reports, students will be deciding how the money is spent.
Budget Chair Sees No Major Overhaul Ahead Frankfort, KY (2012-02-26) No new taxes and no pay raises will likely remain cornerstones of the next state budget, a key Kentucky lawmaker said Sunday.
Kentucky Supreme Court Rules In Redistricting Case Frankfort, KY (2012-02-24) The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that the latest maps of state legislative districts are unconstitutional.
Verdi's Falstaff at the Lexington Opera House Lexington, KY (2012-02-24) UK Opera Theatre's production of Verdi's Falstaff opens on Friday, February 24 at the Lexington Opera House. We have a conversation with director Richard Kagey, Reginald Smith Jr. (Falstaff), and Elizabeth Maury.
Senator Withdraws Pseudoephedrine Bill Frankfort, KY (2012-02-23) The Senate majority floor leader has withdrawn his proposal to regulate the sale of over-the-counter cold and allergy medicines used in making methamphetamine.
Senate Defeats Casino Bill Frankfort, KY (2012-02-23) The state Senate has voted down a proposal to change the state Constitution to legalize casinos in Kentucky.
Feature: Arts Apprenticeship Shares Kentucky Traditions LEXINGTON, Ky. (2012-02-23) It can take years for an artist - in whatever medium to develop and master their craft. In Kentucky, a government-sponsored program is working to make sure the artist's knowledge continues to thrive in local communities.
Community College Bus Tour Stops in Kentucky LEXINGTON, Ky. (2012-02-23) Government leaders from Washington heard success stories of Kentucky community college students Thursday as U.S. Labor Secretary Hilda Solis and Second Lady Dr. Jill Biden continued on a community college bus tour.
Kids "Brush Off" In Unison Lexington, KY (2012-02-23) February is National Children's Dental Health Month and hundreds of students at a local elementary school brushed their teeth in unison at an assembly Thursday morning as part of the first annual "Brush Off!" event.
Mail Processing Center On Nandino Boulevard To Close Lexington, KY (2012-02-23) Officials with the U.S. Postal Service have been studying closing more than two hundred fifty mail processing centers across the country as part of a cost-cutting move. On Thursday they confirmed that the Lexington facility on Nandino Boulevard will be one of them.
Space Heater To Blame For Death Of Kentucky Labor Leader Georgetown, KY (2012-02-23) An electric space heater sparked the fire that killed Charles Wells, a highly-regarded advocate for state employees, at his Scott County home Tuesday. Wells was 52.
Modified Casino Bill Passes Senate Panel Frankfort, KY (2012-02-22) Governor Steve Beshear's constitutional amendment to legalize casinos in Kentucky has cleared its first legislative hurdle.
Students Learn How State Budget Affects Them Lexington, KY (2012-02-22) University of Kentucky students were treated to a crash course on the state budget and how it affects higher education, tuition, and university policy Tuesday night.
Casino Bill Undergoes Revision Before Committee Vote Frankfort, KY (2012-02-22) A proposal to legalize casinos has been modified to appease reluctant lawmakers ahead of an expected Wednesday afternoon committee vote.
Planning Commission Reviewing Southland Church Proposal LEXINGTON, Ky. (2012-02-22) A committee of the Lexington Planning Commission has recommended postponement of a proposal from Southland Christian Church to develop a new campus on Richmond Road at the site of the old Lexington Mall.
Amber Alert Issued For Kentucky Regarding Tennessee Abduction Case Lexington, KY (2012-02-22) Police in Kentucky are on the lookout for a man, believed to be behind an abduction in Tennessee.
House Panel Passes Bill To Raise Dropout Age Frankfort, KY (2012-02-21) The House Education Committee has passed a Senate bill to raise the student dropout age to 18.
Hope Center Dedicates New Buildings for Homeless Men LEXINGTON, Ky. (2012-02-21) The Hope Center in Lexington now has more room to help the homeless get back on their feet.
City Signs Labor Agreement with Corrections Union LEXINGTON, Ky. (2012-02-21) A second public safety union has signed a contract agreement with the city of Lexington.