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KSP: Man shot after fight, airlifted to hospital

State police say one man is in the hospital, and another in jail after a shooting Tuesday.

Scott County announces virtual graduation

Scott County schools have come to an agreement on this year's graduation plans.

UPDATE: Body of missing Frankfort woman found

The Frankfort Police Department says missing 25-year-old Brittney Thomas was found dead Tuesday.

Earthquake along Kentucky-Tennessee border

RUTLEDGE, Tn. (WTVQ)- The U.S. Geological Survey reports an earthquake hit near the Kentucky-Tennessee border. The report says the earthquake hit around 5:15 Wednesday morning...

City to offer special yard waste collection in May

The City is once again planning to provide curbside residential yard waste pickup to its waste management customers.

Man charged in Clay County murder

Deputies in Clay County say they have charged a man with murder, after a deadly assault.

Food City employee tests positive for COVID-19

The Floyd County Health Department says a Food City employee has tested positive for COVID-19. They say the employee is in isolation at home.

Search on for missing Lexington woman

State troopers say they are looking for a missing Lexington woman.

Legislative leaders direct LRC staff to help with unemployment benefits backlog

Legislative Research Commission staff members will assist in reducing the state’s backlog of unemployment insurance applications.

Three arrested on drug charges after traffic stop in Knox County

The Knox County Sheriff's Department says it has arrested three people on multiple drug charges.

University of Kentucky to get $3.8 million from CARES Act

University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health will receive $3,878,582 in combating the coronavirus pandemic

UK colleges of nursing, agriculture launch letter writing campaign

The University of Kentucky colleges of nursing and agriculture are partnering to launch “Heart-2-Heart" letter writing campaign

Frankfort Regional Medical Center joins plasma study for COVID-19 patients

Frankfort Regional Medical Center currently seeking plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 individuals to potentially help critically ill patients

KSU opens application process for agriculture scholarships

Kentucky State University has now opened the application process for $750,000 in USDA 1890 scholarships for students pursuing a career in agriculture.

Report shows college attainment remains on the rise in Kentucky

Nearly 47% of adults now have a postsecondary degree or credential

UK announces road closures near campus due to new sewer line

Several road closures are coming to the UK Campus area over the next few weeks to accommodate the installation of a new sanitary sewer line, according to the university.

Beshear order allows absentee voting by mail in primary

Gov. Andy Beshear has signed an order allowing Kentucky residents to submit mail-in absentee ballots in the upcoming primary election.

Three dead after crash with semi in Hart County

BONNIEVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)- State police say a crash in Hart County ended with multiple deaths. KSP says two cars crashed on I-65 near mile marker...

Nicholasville prepares for re-opening

The City of Nicholasville has announced it's plan of “COVID19 Task Force to ReOpen Our Community.”  

KORH to give nearly $4 million in federal finds to rural KY hospitals

The Kentucky Office of Rural Health says it has received nearly $4 million to support 46 of the Commonwealth’s rural hospitals