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Clark County passed a resolution Tuesday night to become a Second Amendment sanctuary.
D'Jharriah A. Davis was killed in a car crash Sunday. Her funeral will be held this weekend.
The Montgomery County Board of Education has filed a lawsuit against manufacturers, distributors and sellers of electronic-cigarettes and vaping products.
Laurel County unanimously passed a resolution to become a Second Amendment sanctuary on Thursday.
KCEOC Community Action Partnership is asking for donations to provide resources and care for senior citizens in Knox County.
Florida has a sizeable lead over Kentucky as the Big Blue Slam blood drive heads into its final day.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says a mother and her son found a meth generator in a ditch off County Farm Road.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says a trailer-tractor flipped onto its side Thursday, causing a lane closure.
The Scott County Sheriff's Department received a gift from someone they likely never thought they would.
Chevy Chase Inn in Lexington has banned political talk among its patrons.
Lexington Police say a man was stabbed by a woman, believed to be his girlfriend, during an argument Wednesday night.
A Lexington woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to videotaping herself sexually abusing young children and sharing those videos.
A pedestrian who was hit and killed Tuesday night in Floyd County has been identified as 34-year old Eric Terry, of Conley Fork, according to KSP.
Florida has a 51-donor lead over Kentucky after three days of the 'Big Blue Slam' blood drive competition.
A woman charged with murder in a deadly dog attack case says she doesn't remember the incident, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
The city is looking for volunteers to help with LexCount - an annual, one night count of the homeless population in Lexington.
Harrodsburg Police say a woman called them to say she had stabbed her husband.
The Lexington Police Department says a call came in Wednesday morning claiming that a victim was being held against her will.
Lexington police say a man robbed two people at gun point after going back to an apartment to smoke marijuana.