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Lincoln County Update: Boil Water Advisory Lifted in McKinney Water District

The boil water advisory has been lifted for customers in the McKinney Water District in Lincoln County.

Cal’s Dominican Team vs. Team USA

Thursday night in Las Vegas. ESPN. 9 ET.

Jorts Rocketing His Way To Houston

Former Cat reunion as Jorts joins Jones and Patterson.

Japanese Company To Invest Millions In Winchester Plant

A Japanese company will invest $8 million and hire 30 people in Winchester.

City Of Lexington Sued Over Homeless Shelter

The city of Lexington is being sued after pulling the permit for a homeless shelter on Winchester Road. At issue is the city's definition of "Church."

Update: Police Identify Man Who Fell From Elliott County Cliff

We now know the name of the man who fell from a cliff into Grayson Lake in Elliott County.

State Police: 2012 Traffic Death Numbers Ahead of Last Year

Kentucky State Police said traffic deaths in 2012 are ahead of last year's pace.

Davis’ Closed Craft Center Workout

Former Cat is part of NBA's "Rooks."

Kentucky Military History Museum To Temporarily Close For Renovations

The Kentucky Military History Museum at the State Arsenal in Frankfort will temporarily close July 28th to complete renovations. It is scheduled to reopen next March.

Liggins Works His “Magic”

Former Cat trying to stick in the big league.

Wildcat Pressure: Mays & Goodwin Weigh In

How much pressure is applied to guys from within the program?

Lexington Church Copes With Catalytic Converter Thefts

A Lexington church is dealing with catalytic converter thefts.

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Clark County Public Schools to begin year online

First nine weeks are scheduled to be online starting September 8.
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Treatment programs get $6 million for addiction fight

Funding will expand treatment, housing.

Public Health Notice for visitors to Whitley County Sheriff’s Office

Visitors to the sheriff's office on July 27, 2020, may have been exposed to the coronavirus, according to the Whitley County Health Department.