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At UK, about 40 percent of harassment investigations end in firing

University of Kentucky investigators looked into 57 sexual harassment and discrimination complaints from 2011 to 2016, finding enough evidence to recommend firing the employee about 40 percent of the time. About 33 percent of those investigated were found in violation of UK’s policies but were allowed another chance, often with more training. No evidence was found to support the complaints in the remaining 27 percent of cases.

Kentucky's new sales tax: what you need to know

Kentuckians will begin paying the state's 6 percent sales tax on many services, such as landscaping, gym memberships and car repairs, starting July 1.