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Mid-range number of new Fayette COVID cases puts county over 10,000

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Fayette County health officials continue to closely watch the county';s new coronavirus case numbers for signs of escalation after an...
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Mobile testing back at Byrider, site added at Bracktown church

Bracktown church site set for Saturday.

Man charged in slaying that rocked small town

Kentucky State Police arrested 26-year-old Arturo Perez in Rockcastle County Tuesday night.

UK Law School hosts daylong discussion on Breonna Taylor case

Discussion looks at different angles, perspectives in case.

Rural areas lift McConnell to lead in new poll

Mason-Dixon Poll comes with two weeks before election.

Job fair targets more than 20 spots at Black and Decker plant

Paint line and packer positions available.
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GoFundMe raising money for a garden outside Sav’s Restaurant honoring late Jake Gibbs

A new garden is coming to Sav's on East Main Street and the community is raising money to help pay for it.
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UK multimedia professor talks about police on social media and the pros/cons

Social media has its ups and downs and the same goes for law enforcement and how people interact with police.

41-year-old woman dies after being struck by train

Tuesday in the Pleasant View community in Whitley County.

Officer shot in Breonna Taylor raid speaks out to ABC/Courier Journal

"It's not a race thing, like people wanna try to make it to be..." Mattingly tells ABC.

Special Olympics gift card raffle offers $3,600 prize

9th Annual Raffle Offers $3,600 in Gift Cards for Retailers, Restaurants and More

Lake Cumberland hospital’s new robot named ‘Rosie’

Nancy, Ky. man won prize recommending 'Rosie the Riveter" who is from Science Hill
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Job fair seeks to fill 70 positions in Somerset

Job fair looking for second and third shift.

Traffic stop nets two drug trafficking arrests

K9 alerts deputies to potential drugs.
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National Transfer Student Week helps prepare for the move to a four year college

When you hear the term, "junior college transfer," you probably think sports, but transfers are becoming increasingly important for students, community colleges and universities.

College students struggle to find internships in midst of pandemic

The pandemic has affected just about everyone and everything and that includes internships for college students.

As COVID cases mount, state making surge preparations

Making health care, medical preparations for emergencies.

Nourish Lexington makes push to raise funds for 65,000 meals

Group hopes to tap into smaller donations -- $25, $50, $75 or $100 -- to help reach its goal.

Devine Carama begins seventh annual youth coat drive

An annual coat drive for kids kicks off Tuesday and the Lexington activist who runs it needs your help.

From broadband to emergency vehicles, grants help Floyd, Johnson counties

USDA  Rural Development Kentucky State Director Hilda Legg announced the grants of  $178,399.

Grand juror says they weren’t given homicide option in Taylor case

The court urged grand jurors to use "extreme caution" if they chose to disclose their identities.

City ‘snow practice’ turns a few heads

Crews were practicing for the winter weather that is surely ahead of us. 

Virtual fundraiser to benefit Liberty Place Recovery for Women

Their goal is to raise $30,000 through sponsorships, donations, and the online silent auction.

DEA operation intensifies efforts to combat drug-related violence

DEA announces launch of Project Safeguard