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Frankfort Police open criminal investigation into cat deaths

Little detail released about what is happening to animals.

Lexington Humane Society helping animals impacted by recent hurricanes

The impacts of Hurricane Laura and Marco on the Gulf Coast may seem far away but more than just rain spread from the coast to Kentucky.

Increase of cats in animal shelters: Adopt a furry friend during the pandemic

Typically during the spring and summer months animal shelters see a ton of young kittens but this year has been odd for many reasons.

Pet owners can get financial help caring for pets

The Kentucky Humane Society has received a COVID-19 Relief Fund grant from the The Humane Society of the United States to help dog, cat and horse owners struggling during the coronavirus outbreak.

Anderson County Humane Society asks for donations

The Anderson County Humane Society has taken a financial hit because of the coronavirus. Find out how you can help the organization.

Kentucky narrowly loses ‘Big Blue Slam’ blood drive

Although Kentucky had the largest number of blood donors it had all week, it wasn't enough to beat Florida in the 2020 Big Blue Slam blood drive competition.

Florida holds the lead headed into final day of Big Blue Slam blood drive

Florida has a sizeable lead over Kentucky as the Big Blue Slam blood drive heads into its final day.

Two cats found dead after Lexington house fire

The Lexington Fire Department says two cats were found dead after a house fire.

UK fans react to Belk Bowl victory

Many people traveled to Charlotte to cheer on the wildcats at the Belk Bowl, but several fans were watching in Lexington.

BBB shares tips on how to buy legitimate Belk Bowl tickets

The UK football team will be playing in the Belk Bowl on New Year's Eve against Virginia Tech in Charlotte.

Cat hospital asking for holiday donations on its Angel Cat Tree

The Lexington Hospital for Cats is asking for donations of cat food and supplies for the Lexington Humane Society and monetary donations for vet bills.  

Cats break rushing record again in win against the Cards, 45-13

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) - Lynn Bowden rushed for career highs of 284 yards and four touchdowns to lead Kentucky's school-record 517-yard ground performance...

Big Blue Crush annual blood drive kicks off next week

University of Kentucky fans can bleed blue to save lives and beat Tennessee. 

Cats come up short at the goal line; lose to the Vols, 17-13

LEXINGTON, Ky. (UK Athletics) – Lynn Bowden Jr. rushed for 114 yards, but the Kentucky quarterback was stopped on a fourth-and-goal inside the final...

Animal shelter needs help after receiving 33 cats from hoarding situation

The Clark County Animal Shelter is desperate for your help.

Clark Co. Animal Shelter received 33 cats from animal hoarding case

Clark County Animal Shelter says it's in an emergency situation and may be forced to euthanize animals.

UK Alumni celebrating homecoming

The UK Alumni Association got fellow alumni into the homecoming spirit.

Lexington Rabies Vaccination clinic rescheduled

Due to a rainy forecast, Lexington's low-cost rabies vaccination clinic has been rescheduled to 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 14, at Douglass Park, 726 Georgetown Street. 

Garrard County Animal Shelter overwhelmed after taking in dozens of dogs

GARRARD COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - The animal shelter in Garrard County says it's overwhelmed after taking in almost 50 dogs since Friday. It says most...

Several cats die in Mt. Sterling house fire

Several cats died Tuesday morning in a Montgomery County house fire.

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COVID-19 vaccine plan shared with lawmakers

Overall, Stack said the task of administering the vaccine is going to be “very difficult.”