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Arrest Made In Deadly Stabbing

Lexington Police have arrested a woman they say stabbed a man to death.

Student Accused Of Attacking School Bus Monitor

A student at Tates Creek Middle School in Lexington is accused of attacking a bus monitor after getting out of class.

Kentucky Fallen Firefighters Remembered

The 14th annual Fallen Firefighters Memorial service was held on Wednesday morning.

Man Arrested After Multi-County Chase

Troopers arrested a man they said led them on a chase through three counties and eventually into a Clark County corn field.

Students Injured In Laurel County School Bus Accident

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says some students were hurt in a school bus accident.

Insurance Markets Open To Surge Of New Customers

The online insurance marketplaces that are at the heart of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul struggled to handle the wave of new consumers Tuesday, the first day of a six-month open-enrollment period.

Obama Hits GOP ‘Ideological Crusade’ In Shutdown

Congress hung "Closed" signs on a big swath of the government Tuesday and sent home 800,000 workers in what President Barack Obama labeled an "ideological crusade" by the GOP. On Capitol Hill, Democrats and Republicans traded blame for the first partial government shutdown in nearly two decades.

2 Women File Suit Against Former Lawmaker

Two legislative workers have filed a lawsuit accusing former state Rep. John Arnold of sexual harassment.

Amazon Hiring 70,000 Seasonal Workers

Amazon.com says it is hiring 70,000 full-time seasonal workers around the U.S. to fill orders during the holiday season.

Americans Anxious, Irritated As Gov’t Shuts Down

The partial government shutdown that began Tuesday left many federal workers uncertain of their financial future, with many facing unpaid furloughs or delays in paychecks.

Man Indicted For Sexual Abuse

The Breathitt County Grand Jury indicted a man for sexual abuse on Monday.

Obama: Shutdown Will ‘Throw Wrench’ Into Economy

President Barack Obama is ramping up pressure on Republicans to avoid a post-midnight government shutdown. He says a shutdown would hurt the economy and hundreds of thousands of government workers.

Fire Hazard Season Begins On Tuesday

October brings cold brisk nights, falling autumn leaves and wildfire hazard season.

Danville Man Charged In Pedestrian Death

In June of this year officials say 22-year-old Tyler Williams was involved in a hit and run that killed Anne Duncan of Michigan.

Lexington Police Cracking Down On Texting And Driving

Distracted driving cases are up in Lexington and the police are doing something about it.

Road Rage Suspect Out On Bond

The State Police have arrested an individual they believe is guilty of pointing a gun at a passerby on I-75 in Madison County.

Water Main Break In Rural Lexington

Over a dozen of homes in Lexington are without water after a water main break.

Preparing For Shutdown, Government Plans Furloughs

More than a third of federal workers would be told to stay home if the government shuts down, forcing the closure of national parks from California to Maine and all the Smithsonian museums. Workers at the State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs wouldn't be around to process visa and passport applications, complicating the travel plans of hundreds of thousands.

Preparing For Shutdown, Government Plans Furloughs

More than a third of federal workers would be told to stay home if the government shuts down, forcing the closure of national parks from California to Maine and all the Smithsonian museums. Workers at the State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs wouldn't be around to process visa and passport applications, complicating the travel plans of hundreds of thousands.

Preparing For Shutdown, Government Plans Furloughs

More than a third of federal workers would be told to stay home if the government shuts down, forcing the closure of national parks from California to Maine and all the Smithsonian museums. Workers at the State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs wouldn't be around to process visa and passport applications, complicating the travel plans of hundreds of thousands.