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Teachers protest pension bill

Teachers and supporters held a “walk-in” at 28 schools, including Garrard County High, across Central Kentucky to show opposition to Senate Bill 1, the public pensions bill that cuts retirement benefits in an effort to fix Kentucky’s pension system. Th…

Matt Bevin: ‘I’m still gonna save the pension whether they like it or not’

Governor Matt Bevin responds to a question at the end of the America First Policy event in Versailles regarding the potential for Kentucky teachers to go on strike in response to the Senate State and Local Government Committee’s approval of a plan an o…

Stivers on teacher walk-ins: ‘That’s their right’

Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers commented to reporters Wednesday, March 7, 2018, about Central Kentucky teachers’ planned rallies and walk-ins Thursday to protest Senate Bill 1, the public pension bill. … Click to Continue »

Teachers plan school ‘walk-ins’ Thursday to protest pension bill

Teachers in eight Kentucky counties will hold “walk-in” rallies Thursday morning to protest a Senate bill that cuts teacher retirement benefits in an effort to fix Kentucky’s ailing pension systems. … Click to Continue »

‘Fund our pension,’ teachers chant to lawmakers

Teachers and public workers filled the meeting room Wednesday, March 8, 2018, of the Senate State and Local Government Committee to protest Senate Bill 1, the public pension bill. … Click to Continue »

‘Hit the road Joe.’ Public workers sing message to pension bill sponsor Joe Bowen.

Teachers and public workers sent a message Wednesday, March 7, 2018, to Kentucky Sen. Joe Bowen, sponsor of Senate Bill 1, the public pension bill. … Click to Continue »

Retired teacher: Pension bill ‘a slap in the face of education’

Meg Judd, a retired teacher from Williamsburg, spoke of her disapproval Wednesday, March 7, 2018, of the public pension bill before the Kentucky Senate State and Local Government Committee before the panel approved it and sent it to the full Senate. &#…

Major changes to KEES scholarship program get first approval as concerns linger

A bill that would dramatically change Kentucky’s main scholarship program jumped its first legislative hurdle on Tuesday, despite numerous questions from legislators on both sides of the political aisle. House … Click to Continue »

On the same morning a loaded gun was found at Henry Clay, angry mom attacked principal

On the same day that a loaded gun was discovered at Henry Clay High School, an angry mom was arrested and accused of attacking Principal Paul Little and Fayette County … Click to Continue »

Three Lexington principals provide new information about safety, threats

New information about safety at three Fayette schools, including Henry Clay where a loaded gun created panic this week, was shared with parents Friday in letters from principals. ▪  Lexington … Click to Continue »

Explore the beauty of UK’s Robinson Forest from the air and ground

Drone and ground footage of Robinson Forest provided by UK College of Agriculture. … Click to Continue »

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