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Nucor breaks ground on 400-job steel mill

New mill planned along state line.

Urban County Council plans for public comments in person

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- The Urban County Council will now allow in-person public comments. The council voted to allow the comments beginning on Tuesday, October 27th...

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Town plans ‘safe’ adult trick or treat, art decorates downtown

Students paint business windows, carved pumpkins lit and on display already, event Friday.

Traffic stop leads to search, drug arrests

Traffic stop started in Morgan County, led to house in Rowan.

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Former teacher, coach indicted on federal child porn charge

Has been in jail almost two years since his arrest.

Spina Bifida walk held in-person for Clark County 3-year-old

The first Walk N Roll for Spina Bifida was held in-person Saturday.

Cats offense lays an egg in loss to Missouri, 20-10

COLUMBIA, Mo. (UK Athletics) – Missouri's defense held Kentucky in check all day as the Tigers broke a five-game losing streak to the Cats...

Lexington YMCA hosts “Trunk or Treat”

The YMCA usually hosts a fall festival inside but says something outdoors was needed to keep everyone safe and distanced.

Soggy Weather Continues, Here’s When We’re Expecting Some Sunshine

Soggy weather continues across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Expect a mostly cloudy sky, on Sunday, with showers, as highs warm to the middle 50s....

Annual charity ride raises money for veterans in need

It was the third annual Veterans Charity Ride put on by the Rolling Thunder Chapter 5, a non-profit in Lexington supporting veterans.

Dozens march downtown Nicholasville for ‘Back the Blue’ walk

In an effort to show support to law enforcement a group marched marched through downtown Saturday night.

Sayre Christian Village sees first COVID-19 outbreak, first death

Saturday, the facility says "this week has been a test of our strength and of our faith, our unity as a team is stronger than ever."

10 groups, 10 individuals honored for community, volunteer service

The event coincides with Make a Difference Day, which emphasizes community service and volunteerism. 

Colonels upset No. 11 Central Arkansas on a touchdown with six seconds left

RICHMOND, Ky. (EKU Sports) – Dakota Allen found Matt Wilcox Jr. in the left corner of the end zone from 21 yards away with six seconds...