One person displaced, no injuries after apartment fire in Lexington

Firefighters were called out to an apartment fire just before 6 p.m. Thursday evening.

State unemployment rate down slightly

Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary December 2018 unemployment rate was down slightly from November.

Bundle Up With Bourbon & Blues (Bluegrass Hospice Care)

Join us for BUNDLE UP FOR BOURBON & BLUES at Limestone Hall in the Historic Courthouse on January 25th 2019 to benefit Bluegrass Hospice Care. Heavy hors d'oeuvres,...
Counterfeit Money

Two charged with making, using counterfeit currency

Two suspects were arrested and charged with making and using counterfeit currency in Bardstown.

The shutdown today: IRS recalls about 46,000 workers

The Internal Revenue Service is recalling about 46,000 of its employees furloughed by the partial government shutdown to handle tax returns and pay out refunds. For now, they’ll have to work without pay.

Beshear files for governor, urges opponents to release taxes

Beshear is the second Democrat to file for governor.

Ky. receives $1.15 mil to clean up illegal dumps

Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet Secretary Charles Snavely announced approximately $1.15 million in grant funding has been awarded for the cleanup of 77 illegal dumps in 20 counties across the Commonwealth.

Nicholasville police looking for armed robbery suspect

The Nicholasville Police Department released a picture of the suspect on its Facebook page, asking anyone who recognizes her to call.

Jessamine Station Rd. closed after crash sends two teens to hospital

Deputies with the Jessamine County Sheriff's Office say two teens were taken to the hospital, one being airlifted, after a serious crash Thursday evening.

Woman arrested for public intoxication, gets out of handcuffs in cruiser

The Danville Police Department say a welfare check ended up in a drug arrest for a Lexington woman Monday.
Gun, School, Weapon

Report: Student arrested for bringing gun to school in Pulaski Co.

According to the Commonwealth Journal newspaper, the 15-year-old was arrested at Pulaski County High School Thursday.

Jessamine County sees rash of thefts from vehicles

The sheriff's office says someone stole items from several vehicles in the Golf Club Lane area on Tuesday morning.

Mail and packages stolen in Scott County neighborhoods

Deputies believe thieves are looking for gift cards or cash.

Mostly sunny for your last minute shopping…

Overview: Christmas Eve will be almost perfect for traveling however a small storm system currently in the Central Plains will slide east for Christmas...

Bourbon barrel company pretending to be headquartered in Lexington stiffing customers

Attorney General Andy Beshear has issued a Scam Alert today after his office and the Better Business Bureau say an online company claiming to be located in Lexington and selling bourbon barrels is scamming customers.

Books And Beyond-Joseph-Beth Bookstore: Last-Minute Gift Ideas

Speaker 1:                           Welcome to Books & Beyond here at Joseph-Beth Bookstore. This is such a fun place here. I'm with my friend here, Michael...

KSP investigating officer-involved shooting in Butler County

Police say an officer with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation was the first to arrive on the scene and was confronted by 55-year-old Gary Ranburger, who was armed.

Manchester Police investigate school threat

Manchester Police say a social media post was made saying a Clay County student was going to take a gun to school.

Kentucky Man Accused of Misspending $332,000 of Mom’s Money

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - A Kentucky man has been charged with spending more than $332,000 intended for his mother's nursing home care. The Lexington Herald-Leader...

Walking For Warmth

LEXINGTON, KY: A local man is walking out in the cold to Morehead and back to Lexington to raise money to buy coats for...

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