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During a meeting Tuesday of the legislature's Unemployment Insurance Reform Task Force, lawmakers recounted horror stories of constituents and businesses who had trouble with the unemployment system.
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Residents in some western Kentucky communities are planning to celebrate the Juneteenth holiday this Saturday with gatherings featuring local businesses, a voter registration drive and in one case, a protest.
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A physician who testified Wednesday before legislature’s Interim Committee on Health and Welfare said maternal deaths aren’t nearly as common as they used to be, but the increase is concerning.
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Lawmakers will have to draw new districts to account for shifts in population, especially from more rural parts of the state in Eastern and Western Kentucky to the so-called “golden triangle” of Louisville, Lexington and Northern Kentucky.
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The court case of a man accused of assaulting Black Lives Matter protesters in Murray with a chemical spray last summer could enter mediation.
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As the remaining capacity limits of the pandemic are lifted later this month, some local church leaders reflect on the unprecedented challenges that social distancing brought to their communities.
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Major updates are planned at the Curris Center, Lovett Auditorium, Wrather Hall, Carr Hall, Racer Arena and Waterfield Library.
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A Calloway County farmer sees part of the solution to greenhouse gas emissions in his own soil, where he says, "I'm letting Mother Nature work here."
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Customers at Hopkinsville's largest retail department store and grocery had varied reactions to changes in the state's coronavirus mask requirements.
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On any given day, James Bridges of Trigg County personally calls and sings happy birthday to no fewer than nine individuals.
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