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Kentucky housing advocate on tornado recovery: “We can’t go back to the status quo”
Even before the tornadoes destroyed more than a thousand homes, Kentucky had a shortage of affordable rentals.
A race to the finish: The Kentucky Derby, by the numbers
Get your pastels and mint juleps ready, the hottest horse race of the year is on the horizon.
With Obamacare ad dollars slashed, expect lower enrollment
Healthy people need a reminder to sign up for insurance.
A former coal miner's take on the declining industry
It's a small part of Kentucky's economy, but it plays a big role in politics.
Are foreign automakers feeling pressured by Trump?
Toyota is investing $1.3 billion to upgrade 30-year-old equipment at its manufacturing plant in Georgetown, Kentucky. The factory is going to start producing a new Camry in June. The automaker says this investment has been in the works for years and was not driven by the border tax floated by President Trump. But that doesn’t […]
Kentucky coal country hangs on to Trump's promise
Though jobs have fallen to their lowest level in 118 years, there is hope that coal production will come back.
What median income can buy depends on where you live
The Census releases U.S. median income data today. We visit two families to compare what it's like to live at the national median income and local median income.
Tobacco crop threatened by excessive rain in Kentucky, Georgia
Tobacco is a drought resistant plant. But this year, the weather has been anything but dry in major tobacco growing states like Kentucky, North Carolina and Georgia.
Rand Paul predicts 'Big, bad, ugly' budget deal
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) joins us to share his thoughts on the ongoing negotiations to avoid the 'fiscal cliff.'