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Alexus Larson

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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!

Duplex fire sends one person to hospital

At least one person was taken to the hospital after a fire Saturday morning.

Two brothers killed and one teen injured in crash

Two brothers are dead after a fatal collision.

The search for Savannah Spurlock continues in Garrard County

Search efforts started up again this weekend to find missing Richmond mother, Savannah Spurlock.

Fuel pump scams in Frankfort

Several people including the Franklin County Sheriff's Department have been scammed lately at gas pumps in Frankfort.

New bipartisan group supports Kentuckians with disabilities

New support is here for Kentuckians with disabilities.

Activists rally for anti-gun violence at the capitol

The community activist group, 'Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense' filled the state capital to speak to their legislators about protecting survivors of domestic violence.

Activists want justice after video of teen-officer altercation

A Lexington community group is demanding justice and change within the Lexington Police Department after an incident involving two off duty officers and an autistic teenager at Fayette Mall.

School receives threat; Police presence will increase

There will be a larger police presence at school tomorrow in Bardstown after a threat was received Sunday morning.

Death investigation in Pike County

There is a death investigation underway in Pike County.

Woman is raising money for man who was killed

A woman has started an online fundraiser for the family of a 25 year old murder victim in Knox County.

Mother says school security monitor hit her son

A Jefferson County mother says a school security monitor hit her son.

Owingsville police arrest burglary suspect

Owingsville police arrested a burglary suspect who was on the run from police for a couple of days.

Crews spend weekend searching for Savannah Spurlock

The search for missing Richmond mother, Savannah Spurlock continues off of Fall Lick Road in Garrard County.

Fugitive is arrested in Rockcastle County

A man who's avoided arrest for almost a year is behind bars in Rockcastle County.

Four hour standoff in Ashland ends in an arrest

A reported stabbing in Ashland on Saturday morning turned into a four hour standoff.

Nicholasville man charged with arson

A man from Nicholasville is charged with arson in Lexington.

Shots fired at a bar in Nicholasville

A man accused of firing shots at a bar is behind bars in Nicholasville.

ABC36 begins construction for new studio set

The ABC36 News team has moved into a temporary set in the newsrooms while a brand new studio set is being built.

Polar Plunge supports Special Olympics

People were freezing for a reason Saturday afternoon as many plunged into a pool of cold water.

Lexington Humane Society hosts a puppy bowl

There are many types of dogs and if you're looking to adopt one, it can be hard to know which one you like the best.