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Police: Man said he assaulted, choked fiancee to calm her

An arrest citation says Maiden told responding officers that his fiancee woke up "in a manic episode" and began hitting him.

Jim Beam Airbnb rental to cost the price of a bourbon bottle

According to the listing, the property was built in 1919 and includes a distillery tour and tasting.

Trump sues Manhattan DA seeking to block tax return subpoena

Trump’s attorneys filed a lawsuit Thursday in U.S. District Court in New York.

Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy as part of settlement

The lawyers for the local governments say the first federal trial on the matter scheduled to start Oct. 21 in Cleveland should still move ahead.

ABC36, God’s Pantry Food Bank partner for food drive

Donate eight items - dried or canned food - by October 4 and receive two tickets for Paw Patrol Live.

‘Ride a Rocky’ back by popular demand at Kentucky Horse Park

The 31st International Grand Championships wrapped up Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Lexington city officials looking for two Christmas trees

If your tree is chosen, it will be picked up free of charge.

Officials: Kentucky export goods, services up 3%

Trade and investment in Kentucky took center stage Tuesday morning at the Governor's Mansion.

Student who helped stop possible kidnapping speaks out

That student is now speaking out, sharing his reasons for stepping in to help. 

Ribbon cutting for Fire House 24 in Lexington

The station began runs earlier this month but held an official ceremony Tuesday morning.

Kentucky State Fair free admission for military, veterans

All veterans and active duty military members can receive free tickets to the 11-day festival thanks to a partnership with Vet Tix.

Police: Kentucky man cracked girl’s head, robbed, raped her

News outlets report 29-year-old Cane L. Madden was arrested Saturday on charges of first-degree rape, assault and robbery.

Kentucky bridge closing to daytime traffic this week

A Kentucky bridge over the Ohio River is closing to daytime traffic this week for analysis by state transportation crews.

Congresswoman Haaland faces lawsuit from Kentucky teen viral video

Haaland’s office says the congresswoman has not seen the lawsuit.

Trump faces protests as he visits Dayton, El Paso

White House and Trump campaign officials have denounced suggestions that Trump’s rhetoric was in any way responsible for the Texas shooting.

Stinkin’ cute video of a skunk ‘kissing’ stuffed animal

Nick Brommer decided to have a little fun and setup a kissing booth which caught the attention of one of the skunks.

Blackjewel miners to receive financial assistance

The Richard and Leslie Gilliam Foundation announced a $492,000 gift to Blackjewel miners

Some restaurants serving phony guacamole as avocado prices soar

The last controversy to rock the guac world was peas, but now it seems there's a new ingredient in town that could squash the competition.

AP: Senate passes budget deal backed by Trump

Latest on legislation dealing with the federal budget and the government’s borrowing limit

Kentucky farmer pleads guilty in crop insurance fraud plot

A tobacco farmer in Kentucky has pleaded guilty to conspiring to submit false claims on crop insurance policies.