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Some haunted houses open despite state recommendation

Haunted house attendees say it's possible to have fun while being safe.

NTI to continue for semester, school board plans for in-person next year

The school board plans on students returning to the classroom in January.

Beverly J. Ross Day: Lexington woman honored for her service with day dedicated in her name

Lexington is recognizing Beverly J. Ross’ service to the community by dedicating the day in her honor.

‘Recovery Rally’ aims to break the cycle of drug addiction

'Breaking the Cycle Georgetown' is making sure those struggling know help is available.

Breast cancer survivor telling others to trust their instincts

A woman diagnosed with breast cancer one year ago is raising awareness about getting tested and trusting instincts.

Some complaints with Kentucky driver’s license offices

WTVQ has received a number of complaints from people trying to renew their driver's license or get a Real ID.

Andy Barr and Josh Hicks talk economy during campaign stops

Barr says another round of CARES funding is needed. Hicks talks lowering education debt.

#LocallyLexington helps downtown businesses

A community service partnership is working to help local businesses.

Dad saves daughter from fire, now donations needed

Family lost everything in fire.

Moore’s cancer diagnosis becomes inspiration for others

Diagnosis disclosed during briefing, urges others to get tested

Kentucky Theatre closes its doors, theatre lovers mourn the loss

Theater goers say they laughed, cried and made friends all in one visit.

First home game with COVID-19 rules; Fans weigh in on new UK off-campus crackdown

Fans were capped at 20% at Kroger Field. Not all fans agree with new UK program.

Some parents want UK students to go home, students say that’s not fair

Some parents say they want UK students to go home so their kids can get back in the classroom.

Annual Peace Walk held in honor of Anita Franklin

Her mission to end gun violence hasn't lost momentum.

Wildcat fans have gameday fun despite restrictions: Some COVID-19 complaints

WTVQ got multiple complaints that some places might have had too many people, per COVID-19 regulations.

Sports fans tired of the back and forth: Reaction after Fayette Co. moves to ‘orange zone’

Some people at the Bryan Station vs. Lafayette football game Friday night say they're tired of the back and forth.

Food drive to help homeless women veterans in Winchester

A new center is opening in Winchester to help homeless women veterans, and it needs help.

Chinese UK professor says losing ‘WeChat’ would be losing a sense of community

A Chinese professor at UK says losing ‘WeChat’ would be devastating for international students.

Black men in horse racing industry honored in Lexington

Five men were given awards, four of which are still active in the industry.

WWII veteran celebrates 100th birthday

A World War II veteran in Lexington is celebrating 100 years of life.