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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.

Construction nearing for new Omni hotel in Louisville

A groundbreaking has been set for the nearly $300 million Omni Hotel and housing project in downtown Louisville.

Police: Teen shooting victim not cooperating with investigation

Police say a 16-year-old male was injured in a shooting at Continental Square Apartments at 11:15 p.m. Sunday.

Smelly Sewage Problems Near Some Lexington Apartments

Imagine a sewage leak just outside your apartment complex; it’s a mess city workers said they’ve been cleaning up since Sunday when a sewage pipe broke along Man O’ War near Rapid Run Drive.

Students Evacuated During Lexington Apartment Fire

Lexington Fire Fighters said 16 people are without a home tonight, after a fire at Red Mile Village. They said someone was cooking on a 4th floor apartment when it got out of control.

Donations Needed For Nicholasville Fire Victims

Donations are flooding into Nicholasville for victims of an apartment fire last week, but organizers said there are still a few things they need.

Fire Update: Meth Lab Caused Explosion In Danville Apartment

Danville fire investigators said a meth lab exploded, triggering a fire in a five-plex apartment building on Patrician Place on Wednesday. Two men were critically injured, according to investigators.

Update: Nicholas County Fire Almost Spread to Neighboring Buildings

Fire officials say they could of lost the entire block had fire fighters not arrived on the scene when they did.

Several Crews Battle Nicholas County Fire

The fire broke out Friday afternoon in an apartment building in Carlisle.

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