Wednesday Mar 5
After 15 years, lawmakers hold hearing on bill to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation
For the first time in 15 years, backers of a bill that would extend statewide civil rights protection to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people won a legislative hearing Wednesday.
Kentucky mayor takes 'fairness' message to national stage
One man in Appalachia is making a small difference in his community, but big waves around the country.
Middlesboro Daily News
Mining permitters say protecting hum...
No matter how many peer-reviewed studies link living near surface mining to higher rates of disease, death and birth defects, it's of no consequence to the agencies issuing the permits.
Proposed Eastern Kentucky mine poses health dangers, plaintiffs tell federal appeals court
Federal regulators violated the law by not considering potential health dangers from a large surface mine near the Knott-Perry County line, an attorney for two environmental groups argued Tuesday.