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Voters to decide whether to allow alcohol sales

Voters in two Kentucky counties are deciding whether to allow alcohol sales.

London man charged with attempted rape, impersonating a police officer

A London man is behind bars after deputies say he drove to a house to pick up a 12-year-old girl in a pickup that was carrying drugs, alcohol, condoms, and police equipment.

City of Ashland, pastor sue over county’s alcohol sales vote

The City of Ashland is suing the Boyd County clerk and elections board over an alcohol sales vote.

Legal alcohol sales spread in Kentucky as attitudes change

Counties and cities in Kentucky have been increasingly approving alcohol sale measures in the state in recent years.

3 communities vote to allow alcohol sales

Three southern Kentucky communities have voted to allow alcohol sales.

UPDATE: Magoffin Co. Schools employees terminated after arrest

Kentucky State Police say three adults are in jail after being found at a home with multiple juveniles drinking alcohol.

Police: Winchester Road crash under investigation

Officials say around 3 a.m. Friday, a driver lost control and crashed into a gate leading up to a residential driveway on Winchester Rd.

Alcohol license of Lexington strip club revoked

Alcohol control officials have revoked the liquor license of a Lexington strip club where two fatal shootings have occurred since November.

UPDATE: Nicholasville man killed in motorcycle crash identified

The Fayette County coroner identified a motorcyclist who was killed Tuesday evening in a collision on Old Richmond Road in Lexington.

Transitional housing for recovering addicts now in Richmond

Transitional housing for recovering addicts is now available in Richmond.

Lawmakers complete work on bill aimed at bourbon tourists

Bourbon tourists could soon start sipping cocktails during distillery tours as Kentucky lawmakers have finished crafting more lenient rules for distillers to sell their products where the whiskey is made.

Danville officer resigns after accident

The Danville Police Department says that an off-duty officer who was involved in an injury accident back in February has resigned.

Sheriff: Man in hit-and-run collision under the influence

A Corbin man was driving under the influence when he was involved in a hit-and-run collision Tuesday afternoon, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Wet-dry vote in Harrodsburg Tuesday

Voters in Harrodsburg are deciding today whether to expand alcohol sales to smaller restaurants and open the door to bars and retail package stores.

Harrodsburg set to make decision on alcohol sales

Voters in the city of Harrodsburg in Mercer County will soon decide whether to expand alcohol sales to smaller restaurants and open the door to bars and retail package stores.

Beaver Dam residents vote to allow alcohol sales in city

Beaver Dam citizens have opted to allow alcohol sales in the city.

Beaver Dam to decide whether to allow alcohol sales citywide

Beaver Dam citizens will soon decide whether to allow alcohol sales in the city.

Kentucky communities decide whether to allow alcohol sales

Nearly 60 percent of citizens in the city of London voted in favor of alcohol sales inside city limits Tuesday night.

London voters say ‘Yes’ to packaged alcohol sales

In a special election on Tuesday, people in London voted decisively in favor of allowing packaged alcohol sales in the city.

KSP: Man drunk, high on drugs arrested in stolen car

Troopers say a man was arrested Wednesday after being pulled over in a stolen car while drunk and high.

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