Posted: 09/24/2010 - The Transportation Cabinet is planning to auction surplus equipment to the public Tuesday.
Posted: 09/23/2010 - Father Joseph Muench was released from jail Thursday by court order.
Posted: 09/22/2010 - Governor Beshear sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, making the request.
Posted: 09/21/2010 - Federal grant dollars will help Kentucky specialty crop producers market their products and will be used for research on alternative crops, Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer said.
Updated: 09/23/2010 - The wife of a man reportedly stabbed to death last night is speaking out about the events leading up to the incident.
Updated: 09/16/2010 - Frankfort Police are now looking for 44-year-old Frank Robert Witkowski for complicity to commit murder. The victim, Obie Murphy, was shot to death Monday.
Posted: 09/15/2010 - The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) history campus in downtown Frankfort will be open to the public free-of-charge on Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day, Saturday, Sept. 25.
Posted: 09/14/2010 - Painting of the Singing Bridge over the Kentucky River in Frankfort will be suspended during the upcoming 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
Updated: 09/14/2010 - More than 100 state-owned vehicles are being auctioned off Tuesday in Frankfort.
Updated: 09/14/2010 - Frankfort Police say one victim was shot in the abdomen, and later died. The other person was shot in the leg.
Posted: 09/13/2010 - Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer urges all Kentuckians to commemorate National Farm Safety and Health Week Sept. 19-25 by putting safety first.
Posted: 09/13/2010 - In an effort to call attention to continued and increased coal mine safety awareness, the Kentucky Coal Academy is holding a press conference on Monday, September 13 at 2 p.m. at the state capitol in Frankfort.
Posted: 09/08/2010 - Frankfort Police tell 27 NEWSFIRST that the man was found unresponsive in a ditch on Schenkel Lane around 11 p.m.
Posted: 09/07/2010 - More than 100 vehicles will be up for bids next Tuesday in Frankfort.
Posted: 08/31/2010 - Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer today congratulated Kentucky farmers on surpassing the $4 billion mark in farm cash receipts in 2009. It was the fourth year in a row and the fifth time in the past six years that Kentucky’s agricultural producers achieved the feat.
Posted: 08/29/2010 - The manager of a central Kentucky animal shelter that mistook a dog for a coyote has stepped down.
Posted: 08/26/2010 - Midway College is pleased to welcome Christy Cleveland as its new Director of Development. Cleveland brings with her experience in association management, fundraising, government relations and event planning.
Updated: 09/23/2010 - This project will showcase the diverse segments of the whole community’s visual, performing, and literary art forms in this two month long experience. This event will also make Frankfort more attractive, enliven cultural activity and increase tourism before and after the 2010 World Equestrian Games.
Posted: 08/23/2010 - The Frankfort Tourist Commission and the Frankfort Beautification Committee announce the installation and dedication of a mural welcoming people to historic downtown Frankfort.
Updated: 08/20/2010 - Frankfort Police are investigating the shooting, which happened early Friday morning. So far, no arrests have been made.
Updated: 08/17/2010 - A Sheba Inu, named Copper, was mistaken as a coyote and released last month. The woman who made the decision to release the dog is now speaking out.
Posted: 08/16/2010 - Gov. Steve Beshear today announced an initiative to help raise awareness of the impact of small businesses in Kentucky, launching a design competition for a specialty small business license plate.
Posted: 08/13/2010 - The City of Frankfort/Franklin County Tourism Commission is proud to announce the events it is sponsoring during the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
Updated: 08/11/2010 - Gubernatorial Chief of Staff Adam Edelen is resigning effective next month after more than two years as Gov. Steve Beshear's right hand man.
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