The Kentucky Housing Corporation released results on Tuesday of the statewide point-in-time count of people living on the streets, in emergency shelters or in other temporary housing
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In a letter Wednesday, 18 members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said they have "serious concerns" about how the White House is handling classified information and who is being allowed access to such sensitive material.
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Departing from the House-approved version of the legislation — which President Donald Trump privately called "mean" last week — the Senate plan would drop the House bill's waivers allowing states to let insurers boost premiums on some people with...
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While elbow room is undoubtedly still very scarce around Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa," the museum that houses her is no longer the No. 1 most visited museum in the world.
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Oklahoma's attorney general and insurance commissioner have sent separate letters signed by other state attorneys general, insurance commissioners and one governor asking California's insurance commissioner to stop...
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Residents of the area could soon see an uptick of as much as nearly 17 percent in their electric bills as Kentucky Power is seeking a rate review due to economic factors.
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One of the first actions President Trump took when he entered office was to sign an executive order rolling back Obama’s executive order against coal mining. Generally, presidential executive orders are mundane acts to drive policy discussion and are...
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Pike County is looking to the future and that future includes the potential for county-wide broadband Internet service. In Tuesday’s Pike County Fiscal Court meeting, Deputy Judge-Executive Brian Morris called for a change of focus in the community that...
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A police officer in Kentucky has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against his department, saying he was demoted for challenging police leadership and sharing information with local government leaders.
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The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is holding a public hearing to discuss the possibility of a hunting access program in south-central Kentucky.
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6/20/2017
Kentucky child welfare officials are trying to convince more black families to adopt as part of a strategy to find homes for an influx of children in the state's care.
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6/19/2017
A former Miss America who helped rally the nation during World War II by selling millions of dollars' worth of war bonds and whose likeness graced the side of an airplane that rained bombs on the Nazis has died. Venus...
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6/19/2017
A Colorado physician who was fatally shot while trying to help his neighbor after she was wounded in a domestic shooting is one of 19 people being honored by the Pittsburgh-based Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.
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6/19/2017
Coal Run is preparing for an economic boost to begin for the community, with Rural King Supply set to begin the process of hiring approximately 80 people to open its store there.
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6/17/2017
A new surface mining operation claiming to bring 100-plus jobs to Pike County is great news, said a coal industry official, but it’s a long way from fixing Kentucky’s budget shortfalls.
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6/17/2017
Kentucky's Republican governor has made a slight change to an executive order, but it is unclear if it will be enough to avert a lawsuit from the state's Democratic attorney general.
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6/16/2017
The FBI says it's unlikely a Kentucky lawyer who disappeared before his sentencing in a massive Social Security fraud case could have escaped and remained at large without help.
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6/16/2017
The average cost of a four-year degree in Kentucky will be more than $39,000 this fall after state regulators approved tuition increases at all but two of the state's public universities.
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6/16/2017
At times like this I harken back to the words of the great Adam West’s Bruce Wayne, “It’s sometimes difficult to think clearly when you’re strapped to a printing press.”
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6/16/2017
The Pikeville-Pike County Airport Board of Directors is seeking reimbursements from a contractor that the board hired to fix the airport’s runway lights, stating the contractor failed to comply with the contracted timeline.
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6/16/2017
Elkhorn City’s ongoing battle for an ambulance service hit a possible turn last week. The city’s concerns have reached the state capital and Elkhorn’s City Council has high hopes that a conclusion will be near.
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6/16/2017
Dave Armstrong, a former Kentucky attorney general whose long public career included helping guide Louisville and Jefferson County toward a merged government, has died. He was 75.
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6/15/2017
Consider the holidays we celebrate: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Veterans Day, Patriots Day. Now, whether you realize it or not, today is Flag Day. It’s not a federal holiday nor a state holiday, yet it’s just as important a holiday…
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6/14/2017
Officials with the Pike County Board of Education are hoping that when school starts back in the fall, students in the Millard community will enter the halls at the new Millard Elementary School for its first year of operation.
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6/10/2017
Pike County is one step closer in its ongoing efforts to add ATV trails to the recreational opportunities offered by the county. In Tuesday’s Pike County Fiscal Court meeting, a new development in the trail systems was brought to light.
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6/10/2017
No one can deny that AEP is a great community partner. Each year they give away millions of dollars to local charities, schools, non-profits and economic development programs. They hire veterans, they help consumers use less energy and have...
6/10/2017
A Hellier man has been indicted on charges in connection to the May 26 incident during which he allegedly attempted to elude officers with the Pikeville Police Department, resulting in two officers receiving serious injuries.
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6/9/2017
And just like that, President Trump bid farewell to a socialistic climate treaty designed to transfer American wealth to other countries while forcing Americans to endure a lower standard of living. It was a treaty unapproved by the Senate, but…
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6/7/2017
A former postmaster and a former employee of the Pikeville Post Office pleaded not guilty Monday to charges they misappropriated U.S. Postal Service funds.
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6/7/2017
Fresh produce, homemade beauty care items, jams, jellies and baked goods are only a few of the options that will be available Saturday as the Pikeville Farmer’s Market opens for the summer season.
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6/7/2017
Phelps residents will reportedly have another option for employment, as the Southern Coal Corporation reported Friday it plans to reopen a mine and hire more than 100 employees.
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6/3/2017
According to Interim Pikeville City Manager Phillip Elswick, his career goal has always been to be city manager and he hopes he can finish his career in his hometown, as Pikeville’s city manager.
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6/3/2017
The Pikeville convention and conference committee met Wednesday to discuss plans for recruiting new larger conventions and conferences to Pikeville. The city holds a minimum of eight smaller conferences per year, according to Tony Tackett, Pike County...
6/2/2017