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Bobbi McSwine joined the ABC 36 News Team in March 2020. She started as a Web Content Producer in November 2019. She was born and raised in Chicago, IL, known to many as the “Windy City.” She studied journalism at the University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign. While in school, she had a number of internships ranging from Free Spirit Media, ABC 7 Chicago and Illinois Public Media. She fell in love with writing in high school and paired that with a newfound passion for storytelling in college. She misses her hometown, but she loves the horses and rich history in Lexington. When she’s not working, she’s probably listening to music or binge-watching Netflix. She’s always looking to get to know more people in Central Kentucky, so feel free to shoot her a message on Facebook @BobbiWTVQ, follow her on Twitter @McSwineB_News, or send her an email at bmcswine@wtvq.com.

Richmond boy and foal form unbreakable bond

A Richmond teen with a rare genetic disorder formed a strong bond with a foal. The rest is history.

Cameron, Steele praise order against parole board

The Knox Circuit Court granted Cameron a temp. restraining order against a new directive from the state's parole board.

Historic plane taking to the skies in Montgomery County

A nearly 100-year plane is taking excited passengers to the sky in Mount Sterling.

Beshear talks pandemic, lessons learned, urges Kentuckians to apply for eviction relief

Governor Beshear on Wednesday talked the pandemic, lessons learned and his ‘Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund.'

Restaurant seeing boom months after wet vote in Jessamine County

A new Jessamine County business says sales are rolling in after the county voted to go wet in November.

UK football player urges getting CPR certified, reflects on open-heart surgery

UK football player Kenneth Horsey urges everyone to learn CPR.

Traveling Vietnam Memorial in Laurel County brings healing

The traveling wall comes every year so loved ones can come together to pay their respects in their hometown.

KY Supreme Court hears cases about governor’s emergency powers

The state Supreme Court heard arguments about how much power the governor should have when dealing with emergencies like pandemics.

KY man still missing nearly a year later, family wants answers

Friday will mark one year since a man was last seen or heard from in Lexington.

UPDATE: Liggins named new Fayette schools superintendent

Announcement comes after 90 minutes of closed-door discussions Friday morning.

‘Story Cycle’ 2021 album helps Central KY students find their voice

The program was created last fall because the Lexington Theatre Company felt student voices weren't amplified enough.

Scott County landfill dispute continues, could close if judge doesn’t reverse ruling

The landfill could close at the end of October unless a judge reverses a decision to reduce its capacity to zero.

BCTC’s ‘COVID Monologues’ made into film

A production that explores the emotions felt by students and staff during the early days of the pandemic is now a movie.

Lexington middle schoolers win NPR podcast challenge

Two Lexington middle schoolers have gained national attention after winning National Public Radio's podcast challenge.

National fireworks shortage affecting Kentucky suppliers

Two KY fireworks suppliers say buyers should shop early this year and they should expect higher prices.

Push back to drafted solar farm ordinances in Clark County

Some people in Clark County are speaking out about concerns that more solar farms will soon move to the county.

Scott County Schools talks combating pandemic learning loss

"The pandemic set many students back academically, Scott County Schools says it's tackling the problem."

Special Response Team in Somerset holds yearly drill despite setbacks

First responders in Pulaski County are keeping up their training despite a huge obstacle.

Bath Co. Supt. reflects on long career ahead of retirement, says he’s been blessed

After 38 years in education, Bath County's superintendent, Harvey Tackett, is retiring.

‘Instagram for Kids’ faces push back in KY, Facebook responds

Several groups are concerned after Facebook announced it will launch an 'Instagram for kids' ages 13 and younger.