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Newspaper, arts center partner to bring Army band to Ashland

The Daily Independent newspaper and the Paramount Arts Center have partnered to bring the U.S. Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus to Ashland next month.

Secretary of State Alison Grimes calls for early-voting bill to pass

Secretary of State Alison Grimes joined Tenn. Secretary of State Tre Hargett in calling for Kentucky lawmakers to pass the early voting legislation Grimes proposed.

Henry Clay HS Speech & Debate team wins Southwest Sweepstakes

Henry Clay High School’s Speech and Debate team competed against 25 teams in the Southwest Sweepstakes on the February 25th weekend.

Treatment begins for noxious weeds

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews will begin treating for nuisance and noxious weeds this month. The treatment is designed to target plants that smother native plants, grow tall enough to impair driving visibility, or damage pavement.

Six arrested, 630 pills found in van

On March 4th, London Police say they responded to a report about possible drug activity in the parking lot of a Family Dollar on U.S. 25.

Man arrested after SUV/Moped hit-and-run

London Police report the arrest of 44 year old James Cromer, after Officers say he left the scene of a serious accident.

Man accused of dumping raw sewage into Anderson County creek

A septic-tank installer has been accused of illegally discharging an estimated 1,000 gallons of raw sewage into an Anderson County creek that runs into the Kentucky River.

Second trip: Lexington man collects water, fills a truck for Flint

A Lexington hip-hop artist is going back to Flint for a second time to help those in need.

New fire lieutenants graduate LFD Company Officer Academy

On Friday, eleven central Kentucky firefighters graduated from the Lexington Fire Department's Company Officer Academy. The program was developed by the fire department to better prepare new lieutenants.

Rupp Arena could be warm for UK game Saturday

Rupp Arena could be unusually warm Saturday for Kentucky's final regular season game because of a problem with the facility's HVAC system.

LPD: Man shot by friend who was cleaning gun

Lexington Police say it appears a man accidentally shot his friend while cleaning a gun.

Car hits Anderson County Subway restaurant

A car smashed into a Subway restaurant in Lawrenceburg. The Anderson News says it happened in the West Park Plaza.