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Officials: Phone scam in Fayette County

On Tuesday afternoon The Office of the Fayette County Sheriff said they are warning residents of a telephone scam that has resurfaced in the Lexington area.

Dept. of Ag. looks to protect Kentucky from card skimmers at the pump

Officials with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture say they want to help protect consumers from card skimmers when they head in for their next fill-up.

4 Kentucky men accused of skimming operation in North Dakota

Four Kentucky men are accused of running a credit card skimming operation in North Dakota's largest city.

Sharing in the pain

Mark Stoops sends "season's greetings" to season ticket holders with simple message, but what's the sentiment in the statement?

London police looking for stolen credit card suspects

Police in London have released a surveillance photo of two people they say used a stolen credit card in the London and Corbin area back in September.

State librarian retires amid record-breaking library-card holders

After serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky as State Librarian and Commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) for nine years, Wayne Onkst has retired.

Berea officers receive gift from local boy

The spirit of Christmas has already taken hold of one boy in Central Kentucky, and moved him to make a special gift to the Berea Police Department.

Kentucky gets a ‘D’ Grade on America’s Preparedness Report Card

A new report released today reveals Kentucky is largely unprepared to face significant and increasing risks posed by changing levels of extreme weather.

Kentucky receives “D” grade in premature birth report

Kentucky has earned a “D” grade on the 2015 March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card.

Ky. 4th, 8th graders outperform peers nationally in reading

A national report card shows Kentucky's public school students are outperforming their peers nationally in fourth- and eighth-grade reading and in fourth-grade mathematics.

Get Started: Businesses liable for fraudulent chip credit card transactions starting Thursday

Starting Thursday, businesses that accept credit cards must be prepared to handle transactions with new chip-embedded cards or find themselves paying the bill in the event of fraud.

4 women charged in organized crime spree

According to Lexington police, the women were using fraudulent credit cards to purchase merchandise.

Meijer offers $10 coupon after credit card system failures

Retail chain Meijer is apologizing and offering customers a $10 coupon following two credit and debit card system failures.

Two arrested for reported credit card scheme

Deputies in Laurel Co. have made two arrests after they say they found two men in a hotel room with over a hundred blank or altered credit and debit cards.

Scam Targeting Blue Grass Energy Customers

Blue Grass Energy is warning its customers about being targeted in a prepaid debit card scam.

Arrests Made In Laurel Co. Credit Card Theft Investigation

Two people were charged with theft in Laurel County, with one of them allegedly stealing her sister's credit card to make over $500 in purchases, according to deputies.

“Gift Card” Scam Alert Issued

A scam involving Walmart gift cards and other potential "prizes" has got Lexington Police Financial Crimes Unit sending out a warning to consumers.

Officials Warn of New “KU” Phone Scam

In the last 48 hours, numerous residents and business owners have been getting calls from someone claiming to be from Kentucky Utilities, according to Lexington Police Financial Crimes Unit.

Frankfort PD Needs Public’s Help in Case of Stolen Credit Card

Frankfort officers are looking for the two people in this photo, whom they said may have information about the fraudulent use of a stolen credit card.

Kentucky Earns a D in Emergency Care Report Card

America's Emergency Care Environment issued its latest report card, slapping national emergency care with a D+. Kentucky earned a D.

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Applications open for college housing, child care, related services

Not actual college housing program but is interdependent.