Rand Paul spoke politics after touring Summit Bio Sciences

Senator Rand Paul speaks on current events during a tour in Lexington

LEXINGTON — In a chance to go back to his medical roots, Senator Rand Paul spent the day touring Summit Bio Sciences in Lexington, learning about some of the work they are doing there. While there, he also spoke on other issues facing the nation and Kentucky.

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Officer Lyndi Trischler from Florence is telling her story of how she wasn’t allowed modified duty during a complicated pregnancy.

Prefiled bill aims to protect pregnant women from workplace discrimination

LEXINGTON— A bill that would ban discrimination against pregnant people is once again being introduced. A similar bill was introduced last session, but the session ended before they could get to it. Now, lawmakers are trying it again.

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3.4 million Kentuckians are registered to vote

FRANKFORT- More than 3.4 million people are registered to vote including 35,000 new voters since the May 22 Primary Election, according to Secretary of State...

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President Donald Trump speaks at EKU

President Trump visits Kentucky to campaign for Rep. Andy Barr

RICHMOND— For the first time since 2005, a sitting president came to Kentucky. With Kentucky’s Sixth District race one of the tightest in the nation, President Donald Trump made the trip to campaign for incumbent, Representative Andy Barr.

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Former VP Joe Biden takes a picture with a supporter at Amy McGrath's fish fry in Bath Co.

Visit from former VP Biden brings thousands to Owingsville

OWINGSVILLE— About 2,000 people came to Bath County High School for to see former Vice President Joe Biden stump for Democratic Candidate for the 6th District, Amy McGrath.

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Medical marijuana bill will be filed "real soon"

A medical marijuana bill will be filed soon. That’s according to bill sponsor Rep. Jason Nemes, R-Louisville. He says he and co-sponsor Rep. Diane...

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Senator Rand Paul speaks on current events during a tour in Lexington

10/19/2018 07:34 PM

Rand Paul spoke politics after touring Summit Bio Sciences

LEXINGTON — In a chance to go back to his medical roots, Senator Rand Paul spent the day touring Summit Bio Sciences in Lexington, learning about some of the work they are doing there. While there, he also spoke on other issues facing the nation and Kentucky.

 Read more 

Prefiled bill aims to protect pregnant women from workplace discrimination

10/19/2018 07:30 PM

Officer Lyndi Trischler from Florence is telling her story of how she wasn’t allowed modified duty during a complicated pregnancy.

LEXINGTON— A bill that would ban discrimination against pregnant people is once again being introduced. A similar bill was introduced last session, but the session ended before they could get to it. Now, lawmakers are trying it again.

 Read more 

3.4 million Kentuckians are registered to vote

10/18/2018 01:20 PM

FRANKFORT- More than 3.4 million people are registered to vote including 35,000 new voters since the May 22 Primary Election, according to Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes Democrats are still the majority of registered voters with 1.68 million registered, making up 49.6 percent of voters. Republicans have 1.41 million voters registered or 41.7 percent of voters, and 295,400 voters are registered with a different party or other. The 6th Congressional District, where Congressman Andy Barr and Amy McGrath are locked... Read more 

President Trump visits Kentucky to campaign for Rep. Andy Barr

10/18/2018 01:16 PM

President Donald Trump speaks at EKU

RICHMOND— For the first time since 2005, a sitting president came to Kentucky. With Kentucky’s Sixth District race one of the tightest in the nation, President Donald Trump made the trip to campaign for incumbent, Representative Andy Barr.

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Visit from former VP Biden brings thousands to Owingsville

10/18/2018 01:07 PM

Former VP Joe Biden takes a picture with a supporter at Amy McGrath's fish fry in Bath Co.

OWINGSVILLE— About 2,000 people came to Bath County High School for to see former Vice President Joe Biden stump for Democratic Candidate for the 6th District, Amy McGrath.

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Medical marijuana bill will be filed "real soon"

10/17/2018 08:01 PM

A medical marijuana bill will be filed soon. That’s according to bill sponsor Rep. Jason Nemes, R-Louisville. He says he and co-sponsor Rep. Diane St. Onge, R-Fort Wright, have been meeting with interested parties throughout the state including the police commissioner and business groups. One of the trickiest parts of the bill Rep. Nemes says is making sure businesses are protected—as well as employees who may need medical marijuana. “We need to protect employers, we want to incentive employers... Read more 

Taxes a major focus at Gov. Bevin's forum in Newport

10/17/2018 07:58 PM

Gov. Bevin takes questions during a community forum in Newport

NEWPORT— Governor Matt Bevin spent the day in Northern Kentucky, starting his day with a community forum in Newport. For Bevin, this is a chance for him to learn about the concerns and questions of his constituents.

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