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Homes destroyed by storm in Garrard County

As you drive down Gillespie Pike in Paint Lick Kentucky you can see two homes across the street from each other that look like they have been ripped apart by a tornado.

Corbin attorney pledged thousands for school metal detectors

An attorney with Copeland & Romines Law Office has pledged $20,000 to buy metal detectors for each of the five schools in the Corbin Independent schools district.

Heath High shooting survivor reacts to Marshall County shooting

She says she understands what the students and families are going through and the healing process, like her own, will take time.

Pet dangers in the snow, cold and ice

The problem isn't just the cold, but the chemicals we use to deal with the snow.

God’s Pantry Food Bank feeds over 4,000

This will be the 24th year God's Pantry Food Bank has organized the community wide Thanksgiving grocery distribution, and each year, more and more people are in need.

Some might be homeless this Thanksgiving due to a pipe break

If the potters house was to shut down, 11 residents including staff members would face homelessness.

New cable provider coming to Lexington

Mayor Jim Gray said he promised to give citizens a new choice in television providers, and Tuesday morning he exclaimed Santa Claus has come to town.

The big blue crush blood drive celebrating its 30th anniversary

Even though the Kentucky-Tennessee football game was two weeks ago the big blue crush blood competition, with Tennessee, is happening this week.

Fire safety tips among cooler temps

Before you reach for a space heater, the Lexington fire department wants you to think safety first.

Kentucky Florida connection says Disney is the place to take cover

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Cynthiana native who moved to Orlando for her job, says she's ready to ride out the storm. She and her...

Lexington country fans remember Troy Gentry

Friends and fans remember country star Troy Gentry at a place in Lexington he used as a stepping stone to success.

Red, White and Boom goes on despite rain

Despite a steady rain, thousands turned out Friday night to kickoff the Red, White and Boom music festival in Lexington.

Lexington Fire Department heads to Texas

A highly specialized water rescue team from the Lexington Fire Department is headed to Texas to help flood victims.

6-year-old drowns in neighborhood pool

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Lexington community is devastated because a six-year-old is dead after accidentally drowning in a swimming pool. The coroner pronounced 6-year-old...

The history of the statues and where they are placed

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Urban County Council vote on the future of two confederate statues outside the former Fayette County courthouse. The council...

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...

Coffee with cops in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Once again police in Lexington are getting to know the people they serve. "Coffee with Cops" was hosted at Bicycle Face...

Emotional reunion shows importance of foster parents

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) - In the bluegrass state there are over 8,000 children in foster care and 800 currently up for adoption. There is...

How to safely view the solar eclipse

Experts talk about how to safely and properly photograph next month's solar eclipse.

Former Kentucky governor accused of sexual misconduct

State Democrats are calling on a former governor to resign his current office as State Senator following allegations of sexual misconduct.

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University of Kentucky hosts virtual discuss to fight anti-Asian violence

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - On Wednesday night, the University of Kentucky hosted a virtual discussion about combating anti-Asian violence in the United States. Members of...

KSP: Woman shoots, kills man during argument, grand jury to decide charges

A Pike County Grand Jury will decide if criminal charges should be brought in a deadly shooting case.

Information sought after illegal dump pops up in Perry County

Anyone with information about the illegal dump is asked to contact the Perry County Sheriff's Office at 606-439-4523.