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Friday, May 7, 2021

Alexus Larson

Alexus Larson joined the ABC36 news team as a multi-media journalist in December 2018. She is from a suburb outside of the Twin Cities in Minnesota and most recently comes from Minot, North Dakota where she reported and graduated from Minot State University with a degree in broadcasting. Alexus and her husband are excited to be in Lexington and out of the cold! When she’s not reporting, she loves to explore new places, be with friends and family, and watch or attend sports – especially if it’s a Minnesota team! You can see Alexus reporting during the week and the weekends. If you have any story ideas, you can contact her by email alarson@wtvq.com, or you can find her on Facebook at Alexus Larson ABC36, or on Twitter at @AlexusLarsonTV. She looks forwarding to hearing from you!

Activists march for abortion rights in Lexington

Restrictive abortion bills recently passed in other parts of the country have people in Kentucky speaking out.

Public’s tips helped find two burglary suspects

The Montgomery County sheriff's offices says your tips helped find two burglary suspects.

Police need help finding a man wanted for child sexual exploitation

Police in Prestonsburg are asking for the public's help tracking down a man accused of trying to find a child to have sex with.

Gun fired at Lowe’s in Bowling Green

Someone accidentally fired a gun at a Lowe's on Friday according to our sister station, WBKO.

Car crash sends two people to the hospital

A car crash in Pulaski County sent two people to the hospital Saturday morning.

Car fire leads to police chase in Lexington

Lexington police say around noon Saturday afternoon they got a call about a car on fire near Man O' War and Winchester Road.

Sheriff’s deputy died while working on job a site

A Pike County sheriff's deputy died while working on a job site.

Child is found dead in a pond

A Henry County family is mourning this weekend after a seven year old boy with autism was found dead in a pond Saturday morning.

Compassionate caravan helps people in the heat

The hot temperatures can be dangerous especially for people who don't have easy access to water or an escape from the heat.

Horsey hundred supports local businesses

Thousands of cyclists are coming to Georgetown for the annual horsey hundred.

Officers prepare for thousands of horsey hundred cyclists

More officers will be on the road in and around Scott County this weekend for the Horsey Hundred.

Memorial service held to remember fallen officers

Law enforcement officers risk their lives everyday to protect ours.

Madison County nurse arrested for sexual abuse

A nurse is accused of sexually assaulting a patient.

House explosion kills 1, injures 2 in southern Indiana city

Authorities say a house exploded in southern Indiana, killing one person, injuring two others and leaving several nearby homes uninhabitable.

Family needs help saving Caleb’s home

Ten years ago, two parents had their world turned upside down.

‘Books and Barbers’ combines learning and mentoring

It might not seem like books and barbers would go together, but at Prince Cuts Barbershop it's the perfect pair.

A man was injured after a shooting

A man was injured after a shooting near a Lexington nightclub.

Dedicated poll worker prepares for the primary election

There's an important primary election on Tuesday.

Living with dementia; Residents make blankets

According to the Alzheimer's Association, every 65 seconds someone in the United States develops some form of dementia.

Recycling centers feel impact of recycling paper suspension

The Lexington Recycling Center is suspending paper recycling because it can't get rid of it.