Kentucky Wildlife Center needs donations

The center needs your help so it can continue helping the animals they have, and the several others that will be brought in.

Giuliani: Briefing may prompt calls to end Russia probe

President Donald Trump's legal team wants a briefing on the classified information shared with lawmakers about the origins of the FBI investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election.
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Travel Advisory Update: Lemons Mill Road to be closed for another 8 hours

KYTC says Lemons Mill Road will be closed for another 6-8 hours.
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Man sentenced for defrauding Saint Joseph Hospital

An Arkansas man, who previously admitted paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to receive millions of dollars of construction work, was sentenced Friday to 27 months in prison.

UPDATE: McCracken deputies involved in November shooting cleared by grand jury

A case was presented Friday to the McCracken County Grand Jury regarding an officer involved shooting in November 2017.

Investigation underway after man found dead in home

The Pulaski County Major Crimes Task Force is investigating after a man was found dead inside a home Friday morning.

Fayette Co. coroner needs help finding man’s relatives

The Fayette County coroner needs the public's help finding a man's relative.

Two arrested, charged for Jessamine Co. burglary

Two people are in jail after they were accused of breaking into a home.

What mistake to avoid when driving this holiday weekend

A fatal crash in Clark County serves as a reminder to stay safe during this busy holiday weekend.

UPDATE: Chief says student school shooter had 2 handguns

A police chief says an Indiana middle school student asked to be excused from class, then returned with two handguns and opened fire.

KSP Telecommunications Academy graduates class #12

Eighteen Kentucky State Police telecommunicators from throughout the commonwealth were recognized Friday at graduation ceremonies for the twelfth class of the agency’s in-house telecommunications academy.

Lexington school breaks ground on $10 million expansion

The Lexington School broke ground on a new state-of-the-art building Friday.

Police: Oklahoma City shooter didn’t have record

Police say the man suspected of shooting three people inside an Oklahoma City restaurant had no criminal record or connection to the victims or the restaurant.

Mattis: ‘Possibly some good news’ on summit

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says there is "possibly some good news" about a U.S.-North Korea summit.

Ballot question arises after Kentucky judge candidate dies

A Kentucky election official says only one name will appear on the ballot in November for a judge's race after the top vote-getter in the primary died.
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Report: Jobless rates down in all 120 Kentucky counties

State officials say unemployment rates fell in all 120 Kentucky counties between April 2017 and April 2018.

City using goats to clean up area in park

Some Lexington parks are attracting visitors using their new splash pad water features. Idle Hour Park, off St. Ann Drive, has goats.

College of Nursing faculty receives $1.7 million to improve health in rural Kentucky

The Health Resources and Services Administration recently awarded Sharon Lock, PhD, professor and assistant dean of Faculty Practice, and assistant professor Dianna Inman, both of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing, a $1.7 million award entitled, "Enhancing the Role of the Primary Care Registered Nurse in Rural Kentucky."

Chief Deputy Robinson awarded the first Service Above Self award

Chief Deputy Rodrick Robinson was awarded Thursday with the first Service Above Self award presented by the Rotary Club of Lexington.

Harvey Weinstein turns himself in to NYPD

Harvey Weinstein has turned himself into police in New York City Friday to face rape and sexual misconduct charges, before being released on $1 million cash bail and fitted with a GPS tracking device.

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