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Tenants burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

Twenty fire units were on the scene so the department could rotate firefighters to keep them fresh and protect them from heat-related injuries.

Man found shot in apartment complex parking lot, suffers life-threatening injuries

A man has been taken to the hospital Friday night with life-threatening injuries after he was found shot in an apartment complex parking lot.

Man accused of trespassing at apartments in Laurel County

A man was arrested after being accused of trespassing at apartments in Laurel County, according to deputies.

Abandoned school turned into apartments in Elkhorn City

The former Elkhorn City school is now a 27-unit multi-family apartment complex. 

LFP: Arson the cause of building fire

Firefighters say two people barely escaped the fire at a building on Newtown Pike last month.

Statement from state lawmaker after son fell from balcony

State Representative Chris Harris has released a statement regarding his son who fell from the balcony of his apartment Thursday.

Three people displaced, dog dies in fire in Lexington

Three people will have to find somewhere else to live after fire forced them from their apartments overnight.

Students face homelessness too

When you think about the homeless, you probably picture an adult, but many are children.

Lawsuit claims trash company overcharged some customers

The City of Richmond and a trash collection company are being sued, accused of overcharging some residential customers.

Brick veneer of building collapses; people forced from apartments

Some people were forced from their apartment in Lexington Tuesday night when brick veneer collapsed on one wall of the building.

One injured, others forced from apartment by fire

One person was injured and others may have to find another place to live following an apartment fire Monday afternoon in Estill County.

Shooting at Tierra Linda Apartments in Frankfort

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) -Someone shot a 17-year-old at Tierra Linda Apartments, on Hanly Road in Frankfort around 1 o'clock Friday. Police say the 17-year-old was...

Three men arrested after armed robbery at Lexington apartment complex

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Three men have been arrested in Lexington in an armed robbery case at an apartment complex. Carlos Lamar, Kwanty Christian, and Jerrel...

Nine apartments destroyed in Frankfort fire

Several families are without homes after an apartment fire in Frankfort Sunday morning.

New luxury apartment community to open in Lexington

This is a new address for extraordinary residences with stylish interiors, community privileges and an innovative life.

LPD: Driver Plows Into Apartment Building, Charged with DUI

Police say a driver crashed into a Lexington apartment Monday morning.

Still no suspect in shooting death of pregnant woman, unborn child

Lexington Police are investigating a double homicide after a shooting that killed a pregnant woman and her unborn baby.

BPD: Naked woman leads police on chase

Bardstown Police say they were called to an apartment complex Thursday afternoon because a woman was reportedly running around naked outside, which led to a police pursuit.

Bill offers lease protections for domestic violence victims

Domestic violence victims could break their rental lease agreements without fear of financial penalties under a bill that has cleared a Kentucky House committee.

Shots fired into apartment while child inside

Police say three shots were fired into a Lexington apartment early Thursday morning.

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Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12

Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12
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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board.