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Nucor breaks ground on 400-job steel mill

New mill planned along state line.

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.

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."

UPDATE: 40-year-old identified as motorcycle crash victim

Police say the man crashed at 8:15 p.m. near the off-ramp of the North Broadway Southbound exit, closing the exit while crews investigate the crash.

Georgetown Police asking for help identifying suspect

Police say if you know who the man is in the surveillance photos to contact police on Facebook or call central dispatch (502)863-7820.

Trump Parade drives around New Circle, drawing counter ‘Dump Trump’ protest

A Trump parade around New Circle Sunday afternoon brought cars covered with American flags, meanwhile a counter 'Dump Trump' protest was held on foot.

Paws 4 the Cause rescues puppy with broken jaw

Paws 4 the Cause says it rescued a puppy with a broken jaw.

Abused dog finds forever home

Paws 4 the Cause is celebrating a fairy tale adoption story.

Gov. Beshear to quarantine after guard tests positive for COVID

The Democratic governor says he and his family feel fine, show no symptoms and have tested negative for the virus.

State Police suspect alcohol in deadly Knox County crash

State Police say a man driving on Ky. 1803 Saturday afternoon lost control of his truck, ran off the road, hit and embankment and flipped it.

Gov. Beshear reports 1,002 more coronavirus cases, 7 deaths

Gov. Andy Beshear warned Saturday that virus cases remain on a record-setting trajectory.

UPDATE: Georgetown Police still seeking woman suspect

Georgetown Police is asking for any information on a woman listed as a suspect in an active investigation.

Lexington Police wins an EMMY Award for PSA “My Stolen Things”

Lexington Police won an Ohio Valley EMMY Award Sunday for its PSA "My Stolen Things."

Crank & Boom employee positive for coronavirus, temporarily closing

Crank & Boom Craft Ice Cream says its temporary closing after one of its Clays Mill employees tested positive for COVID-19.

Two hikers rescued by Wolfe County Search & Rescue

Two hikers were pulled to safety by Wolfe County Search and Rescue.

Governor Beshear reports highest total for one week in COVID-19 cases

Sunday's new cases reported at 616 brings this week's to a total of 6,126.

KSP says a 66-year-old man walking along US 23 died in a collision

A 20-year-old woman was driving Southbound when investigators say 66-year-old William McCoy walked in front of her car.

Lexington police investigating stabbing

The man has a serious injury from the stabbing, but is expected to be okay, police said.

Ky. 12-year-old urges safety on rural roads as harvest season begins

Cyrus Bivens hopes his plea will plant a seed in the minds of those flying through the backroads this fall.

Gov. Beshears orders flags to half-staff Sunday in honor of fallen firefighters

In honor of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service observed the first Sunday of October, Gov. Beshear ordered flags to half-staff.