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Disabled woman says her customized bike was stolen

A disabled woman is seeking justice after she says her customized bicycle was stolen.

Teen with cerebral palsy stuns mom by walking at graduation

RAVENNA, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio teenager who has cerebral palsy and was never expected to be able to walk has shocked her family...

State lawmaker released from hospital

Republican Rep. Brandon Reed was released from a hospital Monday night after being rushed there from the State Capitol earlier in the day.

Lexington charity raising money for teen with cerebral palsy

A local charity is hosting a NYE celebration at the Kentucky Castle, raising money to benefit a teenager who needs safer transportation.

Johnson County Native Sings at Inaugural Concert

Johnson County native Marlana VanHoose sang at the Inaugural Concert at the Lincoln Memorial on Thursday.

Georgetown couple reunite adoptive daughters & sisters from China

Gene and Lisa Lumpkins say from the moment the learned their adopted daughter Aubrey had a biological sister in China -- they wanted to reunited them.

Johnson County teen to sing National Anthem at NBA Finals

18-year old Marlana Vanhoose of Johnson County, who has cerebral palsy and was born blind, will sing the National Anthem before game 6 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland Tuesday night. You'll see the game on ABC 36.

Lexington neighborhood association sued in playhouse dispute

Federal officials are accusing a Kentucky neighborhood association of discriminating and retaliating against a family that built a therapeutic playhouse for their son who has cerebral palsy.

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Judge blocks Kentucky virus limits on racetracks, child care

A judge has blocked some limits on auto racetracks and child care facilities implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic, reasoning that they are value judgments best left to individuals.
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UPDATE: 38-year-old New Circle victim identified

Two vehicle crash has raod still closed.

City at crossroads, should rename Cheapside, business owners say

Time to recognize the "atrocities perpetrated there."