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Money, possibly drugs, were target, investigators say.
After a rocky start that saw billions of dollars funneled to big companies while small business got pushed aside, the Small Business Administration is working out the kinks in the Paycheck Protection Program.
Establishing flexible expenses versus fixed expenses is key.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Millions across the country can expect to see more money in their bank accounts this week. The Internal Revenue Service has started...
Twenty-five community health centers in Kentucky will receive a total of almost $22 million to combat the coronavirus.
5 a.m. 'wake up' call lands two men in jail on drug charges
The Treasury Department, clearing up confusion, has announced Social Security recipients will not have to file a tax return in order to receive the stimulus payments.
The devil ultimately will be in the details as they are finalized and implemented, but the poush is on to try to get money out and in people's hands as fast as possible.
Woman thought she was dating Army sergeant.
Crossroads Church says it will send monetary relief and a team to help with recovery efforts in Nashville after deadly tornadoes ripped through Tennessee, killing more than 20 people.
The state announced Monday more than $2 million has been awarded for projects in Pikeville and Whitesburg.
A second person is in custody after police say he was involved in shooting at a home in Lexington twice in one night.
Kentucky public libraries have a record commitment of $2,195,532 in E-rate funding, marking a record amount since the program’s inception in 1998.
Many families are putting up their Christmas trees and are decorating them with ornaments collected through the years.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office is warning people about a scam going around involving its office.
A Kentucky zoo has spent thousands on a sinkhole about as wide as a football field, but still hasn't settled on a long-term plan for the problem.
Attorney Generals Office has been awarded a $1.4 million federal grant to expand its Sexual Assault Cold Case Unit.
Money for Pine Mountain State Resort Park will go toward renovating the Laurel Cove Amphitheater and for utility and safety needs.
Mount Sterling is receiving money from the state to resurface North Maysville Street.
A Corbin woman was arrested for for voiding transactions and keeping the money, according to deputies.