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More than 200 new COVID cases pushes Fayette above 28,000

Even with numbers remaining above 200, Fayette not seeing more increases

Lexington Police investigating assault, shots fired into air

Lexington Police are investigating after someone reportedly fired a gun during a fight Friday night on Dakota Street. 

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Versailles, Paintsville, Harrodsburg residents named to state boards

Variety boards do everything from set policy to offer guidance.

UPDATE: Kentucky Guardsmen get send off, return from D.C.

Kentucky Guardsmen among thousands who provided safety in D.C.

“My students saved my life.” Harrison County teacher turns adversity into passion.

A Harrison Co. teacher says his students saved him from himself after years of not believing he was good enough to succeed.

State’s positivity rate lowest since Jan. 2, three dozen deaths recorded

Number of hospitalizations, related statistics also continue to fall

Georgetown man faces dozens of child exploitation charges

More than 130 charges filed after numerous images found, investigators said.

More Kentucky voters removed in December than added: Adams

The net was 2,418 fewer voters as of December 31 than on November 30, a 0.07 percent decrease.

World War II sailor killed at Pearl Harbor returning home

A Kentucky sailor killed in WWII is returning home.

45 graduate from KSP Academy, class makes history

Iconic Cadet Class 100 Makes History

Winchester demonstrators make point, state says it’s working on crosswalk safety

They've been trying to add them for a year, after a Bob Tabor was hit crossing the road, nearly killing him.