UK Gets Grant to Study Economic Development in Eastern KY, White House Praises KY Sentencing Reforms, Conway Releases TV Ads in Attorney General Race, Future Uncertain for Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs: Afternoon Review
- The University of Kentucky has received nearly half a million dollars from the National Science Foundation to study economic development in eastern Kentucky.
- An official in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy is praising Kentucky’s sentencing reforms for non-violent offenders.
- In the race for attorney general of Kentucky, Democratic incumbent Jack Conway released his first television ads Wednesday, highlighting cyber crime and fiscal responsibility.
- Louisville’s four Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs will close this month and it remains uncertain if and when a merger with Kentuckiana Boys and Girls Clubs will happen.