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Letter sent to U.S. Senate seeks protection from illegal robocalls

Officials say the legislation would require voice service providers to participate in a call authentication framework to help block unwanted calls.

Catholic Action Center’s new building already packed

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Catholic Action Center has been in its new building for about three weeks and workers say it is already...

Volunteers Start Setting Up the Faith and Community Christmas Store

Volunteers are busy setting up for the annual Faith and Community Christmas Store.

Lexington combines homeless facilities

Lexington’s homeless population will soon be getting a new facility.

Homeless shelters preparing for influx during cold snap

To help keep the homeless from the elements the Catholic Action Center will be expanding its hours and will remain open for the next 24 hours. They say they plan to keep that schedule until the weather breaks.

Community Action Council Offers Energy Assistance

The Community Action Council begins its Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) on Monday, January 12, 2015.

Catholic Action Center Caravans to Look for the Homeless

Due to the falling temperatures, on Tuesday, January 6, the Catholic Action Center will send “Compassionate Caravaner” volunteers to pick up homeless men and women looking for shelter.

Free Christmas Store for Low-Income Families

The 19th Annual Faith and Community Christmas Store for low-income families will be held Dec. 17-19 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

UK Women’s Basketball Goes Orange for Hunger Action Day

UK Women's Basketball Coach Matthew Mitchell and several players of his team traded their blue and white colors for orange Thursday to support Hunger Action Day.

Lexington PD Looking for Downtown Shooter

A reported drive-by shooting that happened shortly before noon in downtown Lexington Friday has police searching for those involved.

UPDATE: Catholic Action Center Still Needs Winter Supplies

The Catholic Action Center in Lexington reported that after distributing over 7,000 blankets and 2,500 coats to the city's disadvantaged residents in January, they are now running low on supplies.

Shelter Staying Open

Despite Sunday’s warm-up, the recent cold weather is overcrowding emergency shelters in Fayette County.

“Back A Vet” Gives Help to the Homeless

On Saturday, the Community Action Council hosted an event to provide homeless Kentucky veterans with items they may not normally receive.

Lexington PD: Shots Fired Near Catholic Action Center

Lexington Police have reported a shooting took place close to the Catholic Action Center at around 2 Monday afternoon.

Catholic Action Center Needs Coats & Blankets

The Catholic Action Center is hoping that everyone in Lexington and the surrounding areas will dig into their closets, as well as their hearts, to help cloth the growing homeless population.

Catholic Action Center Needs Coats & Blankets

The Catholic Action Center is hoping that everyone in Lexington and the surrounding areas will dig into their closets, as well as their hearts, to help cloth the growing homeless population.

Tates Creek High School Threat Unsubstantiated

The treat of a shooting at Tates Creek High School is said to be unsubstantiated, but still prompts action.

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