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Long Lick Pike/KY 32 opens ahead of schedule in Scott County

Culvert pipe installation completed at milepoint 15.0.

Culvert repairs on US 60 east in Rowan County to restrict traffic next three weeks

One lane, temporary signals just east of Christy Creek.

Berea Police introduces new app in efforts to protect the community

The Berea Police Department is joining "Neighbors" in an effort to connect police with residents and improve the safety of the Berea community.

38 KY schools, orgs receive No Kid Hungry grants

Schools and organizations receive nearly $1 million From No Kid Hungry Kentucky to feed kids amidst COVID-19.

Commission announces district judge nominees for Clark and Madison counties

The Judicial Nominating Commission, announced nominees to fill the vacant District Court judgeship that serves Clark and Madison counties.

KBC presents first summer giveaway car to blood donor

Somerset man drives away in new Toyota C-HR.

Lexington Restaurant Week 2021

Lexington Restaurant Week® organizers announced Tuesday its 11-night return July 22 – August 1, 2021.

Fayette County siren testing Wednesday

Lexington Emergency Management will test its network of outdoor warning sirens Wednesday, July 7, 2021, at 10 am. 

UPDATE: Georgetown Police remember lieutenant’s legacy during visitation

A Georgetown Police Department Lieutenant, who died unexpectedly was escorted home to Cynthiana on Thursday.

Congressman Comer: Dr. Fauci should resign

Congressman Comer stated that it was time for him to resign as Director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Police: Former Corbin Housing Authority employee gave himself unauthorized pay increase

A Corbin man was indicted on multiple charges of theft deception and abuse of public trust. 

WTVQ family congratulating our winners of “Kentucky Broadcasters’ Association Impact Broadcast Awards”

Please join the WTVQ family in congratulating our winners from Tuesday's “Associated Press/Kentucky Broadcasters’ Association Impact Broadcast Awards”.

Investigation underway for missing woman in Floyd County

Police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing Floyd County woman.

Voting rights groups seek to ensure fair chance to apply for voting rights restoration in Kentucky

Fair Elections Center and Kentucky Equal Justice Center filed a complaint in the Franklin Circuit Court of Kentucky. 

Jury convicts West Virginia doctor of drug distribution

A federal jury convicted a West Virginia doctor Thursday for prescribing a buprenorphine product.

KASA names finalists for statewide Fred Award

The Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) named its finalists for the 2021 Fred Award.

KY 650 in Morgan County closed Thursday

Drivers who use KY 650 in Morgan County between KY 172 and the Elliott County line will need to find an alternate route on Thursday.

Mims Retirement Haven announces the arrival of Pleasantry to the farm

The stakes-placed mare arrived on May 19, 2021, at the farm in Paris, Kentucky via Florida TRAC, where she resided for 11 years.

Molly C. McBride remembered through annual scholarship and tutoring award 

The Molly C. McBride Memorial Scholarship Endowment was created in 2013 to honor the life of former MSU student, Molly McBride.

Attorney General announces indictment for human trafficking

Indictment connected to the investigation of former Campbell County District Judge Tim Nolan.