Goodwill Industries Helping Veterans

Goodwill Industries Helping Veterans Goodwill Industries of Kentucky has partnered with the Lexington VA Healthcare System in an effort to better serve veterans in central and eastern Kentucky.The partnership combines the efforts, resources and ideas of both organizations. Goodwill has committed to providing vouchers in $10 increments, totalling $30,000 a year to the Lexington…

Bridge Closures Begin Soon

Bridge Closures Begin Soon The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 11 Office advises motorists that two bridges will be closed starting Monday.The KY 80 bridge over Lick Fork Creek at milepoint 17.708 and the KY 80 bridge over Hoophole Creek at milepoint 22.232 will be closed beginning June 17 and are expected to re-open July…

Meals Made And Delivered In Pikeville

Meals Made And Delivered In Pikeville A group of students from Ohio served breakfast to people in Pikeville Thursday as part of outreach from an organization called Experience Mission.The free pancake breakfast was served at Grace Fellowship and was open to the community.The students prepared, served, and delivered meals to the Pikeville community. …

Police Officers’ Immunity In Car Chases Ends

Police Officers’ Immunity In Car Chases Ends The Kentucky Supreme Court overturned a 1952 ruling that granted immunity to police officers involved in dangerous car chases.The new ruling means that police can be sued for damages when car chases lead to death or injury of pedestrians.Kentucky is one of the last states to overturn…

KY Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Governor Bevin

KY Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Governor Bevin The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Governor Matt Bevin does have the right to re-organize state boards while the legislature is not in session.Attorney General Andy Beshear sued the governor after he overhauled several state education boards in the summer of 2017.The attorney general argued Governor…

KY Supreme Court Rules Against Marsy’s Law

KY Supreme Court Rules Against Marsy’s Law The Kentucky Supreme Court has voided a proposed amendment on crime victims’ rights because the question posed to voters wasn’t clear.Voters in November approved the amendment on Kentucky’s version of Marsy’s Law, which would guarantee the rights of crime victims, including the right to be notified of…