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HVAC belt causes house fire

Firefighters in Lexington responded to a house fire late Sunday night that they say was caused by an HVAC system overheating.

ICE officers arrest man for rape of underage girl

According to police, 31-year-old Marco Ramirez was taken into custody by immigration officials Thursday, after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

KSP: Man admits to hitting his child

Kentucky State Police say a man has been arrested who they say admitted to abusing his 10-year-old child.

UofL leader pledges belt-tightening to deal with shortfall

The University of Louisville's interim president is pledging drastic belt-tightening steps to deal with a $48 million budget shortfall at the school.

Man faces 10 years for child abuse after using belt on girl

A man in Kentucky faces as much as a decade in prison for child abuse after authorities said he disciplined a child with a belt that bruised her buttocks.

Transportation officials remind travelers to buckle up

The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety wants motorists to remember to fasten their seat belts before taking off on Thanksgiving adventures.

Central Arkansas officials apply to host football bowl game

A group of government, civic and business officials in Central Arkansas have submitted an application to the NCAA for a college football bowl game to be played at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.

UPDATE: Man Identified in Deadly Greenwich Pike Crash

Officials now know the name of a man who was killed Wednesday night in a single-vehicle accident on Greenwich Pike.

House Committee Approves Bill to Expand Booster-Seat Law

A Kentucky House Committee approved a bill Tuesday that would expand Kentucky’s booster seat-law.

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Health systems join vaccination push; state workers get incentive; more cases among kids

With thousands of workers involved, state hopes effort will help temper surge.

Salvation Army, Walmart team up for ‘Stuff the Bus’

To provide school supplies to children in need, event runs Aug. 6 through Aug. 8

Former Kentucky First Lady to be spokesperson for major horse trade show

Three-day event at Kentucky Horse Park in October

Bluegrass Community College will require masks starting Friday

Masks requirements come as Delta variant causes surge