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Sweet 16 – Day 2 recap

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - It started with Campbell County punching its first ticket to the boys' Elite 8 in program history. The Camels were 0-5...

Northern Kentucky counties get boost to combat illegal drugs

The Office of National Drug Control Policy is giving three northern Kentucky counties a boost in fighting illegal drugs.

KYTC updates Northern Kentucky road projects

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6 would like the public to be aware of the following conditions and/or operations that are being reported for highways in District Six. Motorists should be aware of possible delays or lane closures on the following projects:

Road work set for Boone, Kenton, Campbell & Harrison Counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 6 would like the public to be aware of the following conditions and/or operations that are being reported for highways in District Six.

Defense secretary visiting soldiers at Fort Campbell

A statement from Fort Campbell says U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter plans to speak to soldiers at the Army post.

Holiday meals being provided for families near Fort Campbell

A national organization that assists families of service members says 500 military families will receive holiday meal kits on Tuesday near Fort Campbell.

Army sergeant sentenced in conspiracy case

A Fort Campbell Army sergeant has been sentenced to two years in prison following his guilty plea to a charge of conspiring to take bribes from vendors seeking contracts in Afghanistan.

Victims of Gander crash being remembered at ceremony

Saturday marks 30 years since a plane crash in Canada took the lives of 248 members of Fort Campbell's 101st Airborne Division, and the post will hold a ceremony on the anniversary to remember the soldiers.

Soldiers, families ring in holiday season with Santa Claus

Hundreds of kids lined up outside Division Headquarters on Tuesday at Fort Campbell for a chance to see Santa.

100 soldiers returning to Fort Campbell in coming days

About 100 soldiers are returning to Fort Campbell over the next few days.

Christmas trees being delivered for soldiers this week

Soldiers at Fort Campbell and Fort Knox and their families will be given hundreds of Christmas trees this week.

Fort Campbell baby sitter pleads guilty in baby’s death

A Fort Campbell, Kentucky woman will be spending 18 years behind bars after admitting to fatally abusing a 2-month-old boy she was baby-sitting while trying to do her homework.

Fort Campbell sending 500 to Iraq, Kuwait next year

The military says about 500 soldiers from the 101st Airborne headquarters at Fort Campbell are deploying to the Middle East to support military actions against the Islamic State group.

Sustainment Brigade change of responsibility ceremony set

A new leader is taking responsibility of the 101st Airborne Division's "Lifeliner" brigade at Fort Campbell this week.

Fort Campbell hosting popular endurance race

Fort Campbell is hosting an endurance and obstacle course race later this month.

‘Bastogne’ brigade to have change of command this week

The 101st Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat will have a change in leadership this week.

Fort Campbell boots display honors service members who died

More than 7,000 combat boots are being displayed at the 101st Airborne Division headquarters at Fort Campbell, honoring active duty service members who have died since the 9/11 attacks.

Fort Campbell soldiers returning from Afghanistan

Hundreds of Fort Campbell soldiers who have been in Afghanistan advising the Afghan National Army are expected back at the post on the Kentucky-Tennessee state line this week.

Medal of Honor recipient being honored at Fort Campbell

A 101st Airborne Division soldier who was killed in Cambodia in 1970 will be honored at a Fort Campbell ceremony.

Fort Campbell sets retiree appreciation day for Sept. 19

Fort Campbell's annual retiree appreciation day is set for Sept. 19.

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City at crossroads, should rename Cheapside, business owners say

Time to recognize the "atrocities perpetrated there."

Lexington gears up to light the sky while social distancing

For those who decide to get a closer view of the fireworks downtown, the city says to stay in your car.

Coronavirus stops Bell County Volunteer Fire smoke detector program

Bell County Fire Department says because of an uptick in coronavirus cases it will not restart its smoke detector program.

5 years since Bardstown mom Crystal Rogers went missing

A mother of five, Crystal Rogers, went missing on July 3, 2015 and her family five years later is still pleading for answers.