UPDATE: Johnson County votes against nickel tax

In 2014 officials implemented the nickel tax to use the money in the school system. According to the Johnson County Clerk’s Office, 1,278 people voted for the tax, and 1,551 people voted against it.

Storms chances make a return to the forecast as a brief shot of cooler air settles in.

A statement from the organization says Gov. Matt Bevin appointed Tom Delacenserie and he was confirmed by the lottery's board of directors Tuesday during a special meeting. His first day will be June 5.

Libraries in Clay, Grant, Henry, LaRue, Madison, Marion, Monroe and Russell counties are receiving the grants, along with the Louisville Free Public Library and Corbin Public Library.

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Part of KY 2019 closing for months due to bridge replacement

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Watermelon slice ice pops

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High school senior graduates early, day before emergency surgery

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Target pays Kentucky $209,000 in data breach settlement

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Soundwave tattoos turn skin art into audio

Rain chances increase through Thursday, cooler air sticks around

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Date set for former Harlan County sheriff guilty plea

Harlan County man charged with child sexual exploitation offenses

87th annual Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival kicks off Thursday

Crews respond to structure fire in New Tazewell

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