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Kentucky Humanities awards over $800,000 to COVID-impacted organizations

Kentucky Humanities ARP Grants provide funding to museums, archives, historic sites, and other nonprofit cultural agencies impacted by the pandemic.

Eddy Montgomery to serve as Director of the Office of Special Prosecutions

Montgomery most recently served as Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 28th Judicial Circuit until his retirement.

Morgan County Sheriff’s K9 unit receives body armor donation

The vest was donated by Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., a non-profit organization.

Teen’s body recovered from Kentucky Lake

The victim's name wasn't immediately released. An autopsy was scheduled for Monday.

North Oldham schools to receive over $1.8 million to improve traffic safety

The announced funding will be used to design and construct new turning lanes on KY 1793 to reduce traffic backups.

UPDATE: Power has been restored to Berea after large outage

Berea Utilities lost one phase of the transmission line feeding the city, resulting in the power outage.

Early morning Lexington car theft turns into shooting

The robbery happened at Kenesaw Drive around 1:30 a.m. Monday morning

Three African American historic sites receive $150,000 to help with preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that 40 grants totaling over $3 million will be distributed nationally.

Highway 127 Yard Sale kicking off early

Vendors at the nearly 700-mile long sale begin setting up and selling on July 29 and will sell until Sunday, August 8.

State Labor Cabinet reminds of dangers of heat illnesses

Heat illnesses can affect anyone, regardless of age or physical condition.

Authorities searching for missing Danville woman

Hayley Jasper has been missing since May 7.

Glenview Trust Company to expand market with new Lexington office, new jobs expected

The office is expected to open in Fall 2021 with additional staff to be hired.