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Georgia teen caught in Kentucky charged in fire deaths of 2

A Georgia teen faces murder and arson charges after she was pulled over in Kentucky following a fire that left two people dead.

Masonville Firefighters looking for arsonist

The Masonville Fire Department said it's investigating a string of fires as an act of arson and is offering a reward for details about who's doing it.

Car fire leads to police chase in Lexington

Lexington police say around noon Saturday afternoon they got a call about a car on fire near Man O' War and Winchester Road.

Gas station destroyed by fire in Clay County

There is a possible arson investigation after a gas station was destroyed by a fire.

Lexington firefighters investigating a string of arson’s

This was one of six fires in the last couple months in the neighborhood.

Arson Investigators Called To Burglarized Apartment

Lexington Fire arson investigators were called to the scene of a burglarized apartment on Village Drive Tuesday morning.

Laurel County Officers Make Arrest In Arson Case

A fire in Laurel County early Saturday morning is being investigated for arson. State police say the fire started at 1:20am on Peach Tree Lane in the North Corbin Community.

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Shots fired in Lexington, one lands in couple’s door

Lexington Police say a couple heard about five to six shots fired near their home on the 1900 block of Millbank Road Friday night. 

Social Security scam reported in Lee County

Someone claiming to be with the Social Security Administration is asking people for the personal information, according to Beattyville Police.

Father accused of abusing six week old baby

20-year old Osgood Hunt was charged with criminal abuse, his baby taken to Kentucky Children's Hospital in Lexington, according to KSP.

Lexington activist writing ‘Bars for Breonna’ calls grand jury decision ‘a punch to the gut’

Carama has been going back and forth to protests in Louisville for the past three months.