The Cabinet for Health and Family Services Monday announced that $24 million in federal funding has been released to Kentucky to help low-income families heat their homes this winter. The U.S. Department for Health and Human Services released funding for states’ Low Income Home Energy Assistance Programs (LIHEAP), which help families pay their energy bills, particularly during the very cold and hot months.
The Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure launched an investigation Monday into the "prescribing practices" of a doctor at a walk-in pain management clinic on North Broadway in Lexington. Doug Wilson, an investigator with the board, said the investigation stems from numerous grievances about Lexington Algiatry, a small office tucked into the corner of an L-shaped shopping center directly across from Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
This probably isn't going to satisfy many of those who think ofThe X-Filesas a documentary series, but the Obama administration has now put the White House on record as saying the government doesn't have any evidence of life "out there."
And the Obama team doesn't believe anything's being hidden from us.
Elizabethtown City Council on Monday heard the first reading of an ordinance that would place new regulations on package liquor stores and retail beer licenses and another that bans the sale of alcohol in sexually oriented businesses.
Voters in Kentucky pick a governor and other major statewide officers today. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. There are three choices for governor, including an independent; three choices for state treasurer, where a Libertarian is on the ballot; and three choices for state auditor, where there is a write-in candidate running. Other than that, though, the races mainly come down to Republicans and Democrats.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy was overheard last week telling President Obama that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is "a liar," according to reports from Reuters, The Associated Press and other news outlets.
Sarkozy also said of Netanyahu that "I can't stand him," the stories say.
The state of Alabama recently passed of the toughest immigration laws to date. As a result, both legal and undocumented migrants have fled the state in droves. Cassidy Herrington reports that Kentucky farmers and workers fear a similar measure would devastate Kentucky's 4.4 billion dollar agriculture industry. During fall harvest on many Kentucky farms, the majority of hands that will pick the crops these days belong to migrant workers; a group whose labor is no longer welcomed in some parts of the country.
Lexingtonians can celebrate America Recycles Day by taking part in a number of events in town. A free paper shred this Saturday, November 12th at the old landfill pad on Old Frankfort Pike from 9 AM to 2 PM is the main event. Cheryl Taylor with the city's Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works said it does more than help the environment.