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Sheriff: Grandmother calls 911, asks to have kids removed

The Laurel Co. Sheriff says a grandmother has been arrested, after she drank too much and called 911 and asked to have her grandchildren removed.

Ky’s high court upholds fee to pay for 911 services

A divided Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld the validity of a fee assessed by Campbell County to pay for 911 services.

Lexington 9-11 Memorial Service

A memorial service was held to honor the New York Firefighters and police Officers who gave their lives on that fateful day.

Flag Plaza erected at MSU to honor 9-11 victims

Morehead State University observed the 14th anniversary of 9-11 with the placement of hundreds of flags to represent those who lost their lives that day.

Harrison County’s 9/11 memorial

A wreath and American flags have been placed at the Harrison County 9/11 Memorial on Friday morning

New York City 9/11 remembrance ceremony

The live webcast of the September 11, 2001 anniversary ceremony begins at 8:40 a.m. ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos

Teen to receive hero award for calling 911 in 2007 murders

A high school senior will receive an award for actions he took when his mother and grandmother were murdered in 2007.

Army posts set ceremonies to honor 9/11 victims

The victims of 9/11 will be honored during Patriot Day ceremonies Friday at Fort Knox and Fort Campbell.

Beshear: April is 911 education month

Governor Steve Beshear has proclaimed April as 911 education month in Kentucky. The proclamation encourages education on understanding the importance of 911, how the system works and what steps are needed to modernize it.

Lexington’s new Public Safety Operations Center set for summer 2016

City workers say Lexington's new Public Safety Operations Center will house the divisions of Emergency Management, Enhanced 911 and LexCall, all under one roof.

$1 Million Bond for Multistate Kidnapping Fugitive

$1 million cash bond for the fugitive who was on the run from the FBI before his capture in Kentucky.

UPDATE: Call for Help Released in Fire Truck Crash

All six volunteer firefighters involved in a crash Tuesday night are now home from the hospital. The Anderson County Interim Fire Chief said they are recovering from scrapes and bruises.

Lawsuit over dispatch fee going to Supreme Court

A challenge of a property tax fee to help fund 911 dispatch services in northern Kentucky is going to the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Winchester 911 Center Awarded Grant for Upgrade

In Winchester, the system is old and needs to be updated. But there is good news; the city has been awarded a grant to upgrade its system.

911 Calls Rerouted After Lightning Strikes State Police Post In Richmond

Lightning struck a Kentucky State Police post Monday afternoon in Richmond. It hit the building just before 5:00 and temporarily knocked out the communications.

Alex Johnson’s Family Could Sue City

The family of a Lexington murder victim could sue.

Texas soldier helps promote art to remember 9/11

Thirteen years ago, Sgt. Ron Kelsey was a college student and an Army reservist doing an art internship in New York City when al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked two airplanes and flew them into the twin towers of the World Trade Center.

KSP Help Honor 9/11 Victims

You're invited to a 5K run/walk at Corbin High School 8:00 a.m. Saturday, September 6th.

Scott County EMS Borrows Ambulances

When you call 911 you expect help immediately but ambulances aren’t perfect. Sometimes they have to go into the shop, it’s happening right now in Scott County but emergency responders are ready with a ‘plan b.’

Jessamine County Students Learn 911 Dispatch Skills

A first of its kind course in Kentucky is teaching high school students in Jessamine County how to be 911 dispatchers.

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