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Governor Bevin says changing the state’s tax code will have to wait until lawmakers come up with solutions to Kentucky’s public pension crisis.

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Illinois has received $17.5 million in federal grants to place more than 1,600 people in communities statewide as part of the AmeriCorps service program.

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Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson says through creative approaches, rare procedures, "and by the grace of God," Cairo can be saved despite public housing crisis.

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Two Louisville-based foundations have each committed $1 million to cover most of the cost of a forensic audit of the University of Louisville Foundation.

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Two of Kentucky's most bitter rivals will meet in court twice over the next 10 days in legal battles that could help shape the state's future in both politics and policy.

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Lexington-based Lexmark Incorporated will cut 700 employees from its payroll during the next year, the company announced Tuesday.

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Tuesday marks the 154th anniversary of Emancipation Day in Paducah. The holiday commemorates when slaves in Paducah got the news of the Emancipation Proclamation, which was signed in January of that year.

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Friends and colleagues of basketball coaching legend Clarence “Big House” Gaines gathered in his hometown of Paducah Monday to honor him with a monument and street dedication.

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Kentuckians who feel going to the doctor is too expensive — but don’t know how to shop for the lowest price — aren’t alone.

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The governors of Kentucky and Tennessee are both vying for major Japanese automakers to locate in their state.

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