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Saturday race honoring Nicholasville officer killed in 2015

Wednesday marks five years since a Nicholasville police officer was killed in the line of duty. 

Corvette Museum restores fallen Nicholasville officer’s car

It was a special weekend in Bowling Green for the wife of a Nicholasville officer killed while on duty.

Gov. Bevin to speak at ceremony for fallen officers

Governor Matt Bevin will speak on Monday at a ceremony honoring the loss of nine fallen police officers.

4 officers who died last year to be honored at ceremony

Kentucky will honor four law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty last year during an annual law enforcement memorial ceremony at the state's Department of Criminal Justice Training.

Billboards in Nicholasville honor fallen officer

There is a touching gesture from a mysterious source in Jessamine County. Billboards along Nicholasville Road honor fallen police officer Burke Rhoads.

Community remembers fallen Nicholasville officer

A vigil was held in downtown Nicholasville on Thursday to remember Nicholasville Police Officer Burke Rhoads.

UPDATE: Nicholasville police mourn the loss of officer killed in crash

Nicholasville Police mourn the loss of Officer Burke Rhoads after he was killed in a crash on U.S. 27 Wednesday morning.

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Three new coronavirus-related deaths, two in Fayette County

The state reported 277 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as the number of positive cases continues to climb.

Renters burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

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