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Man In Wheelchair Dies After Being Hit By Car

An elderly man died early Tuesday morning of complications from an injury he received when a vehicle hit his motorized wheelchair.

Grant Money Allows Lexington To Hire More Firefighters

In a press conference Tuesday, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray and Congressman Ben Chandler announced a $2.6 million grant for Lexington firefighters, which will be used to hire more firefighters.

Mother And Children Escape Burning Home

A mother and her two young children escaped a fire at their home early Tuesday morning in Sadieville.

Three Arrested In Mason Co. Death Investigation

Two women and a man are taken into custody for their involvement in the death of Michael Cooper of Maysville

High Lottery Sales Help Kentucky Students

Kentucky lottery sales have reached $823 million this year, and a portion of that will go towards scholarships and grants.

Update: Parents of Drowned Man Say He’s a Hero

Jeremy Booker's parents say they'll remember their son as a fun loving and thoughtful young man.

Boil Water Advisory For Berea Municipal Utilities Customers

A boil water advisory is in effect for all customers of Berea Municipal Utilities until further notice due to a valve failure.

Scott County Man Charged With Robbing Three Gas Stations

Georgetown Police have charged Devin Gillespie with robbing three gas stations last week.

Police In Laurel County Arrest Two Men For Motorcycle Theft

The Laurel County sheriff’s office has arrested two men in connection with motorcycle thefts.

Georgetown Voters To Cast Ballots In Wet/ Dry Election

Georgetown voters go to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to okay package liquor sales in stores.

Lexington Police: Man Shot In Leg Taken To UK Hospital

Lexington Police are investigating a shooting that they say happened Monday night near 5th and Ohio Streets.

Woman Accused In Lexington Bank Robberies Plead Not Guilty

The UK employee charged in connection to four Lexington bank robberies plead not guilty in court Monday afternoon.