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Mayor, chief, others issue call to action on violence

Officials call for community involvement, resources cited.

First responders worried about child care

Lexington's Fraternal Order of Police and Lexington Professional Firefighters are asking the governor to allow some centers to stay open for them, just as he's allowing for healthcare professionals.

Governor wins early round in legal battle with lt. governor

Kentucky's lieutenant governor has lost a preliminary round in her legal fight with the state's governor over a staffing dispute.

UPDATE: Lexington’s Confederate statues will not be moved to Veterans Park

Veterans Park in Lexington is no longer being considered by the city as a possible site to relocate two Confederate statues that currently sit downtown, according to city officials.

Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Reducing Violent Crime

Ray the D.A. sits down with Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard about the measures the police force are taking to combat a spike in violent crime.

Former Buffalo Volunteer Fire Dept. Chief indicted on abuse of public trust

A former Buffalo Volunteer Fire Department Chief has been indicted on one count of abuse of public trust.

Mine maintenance chief charged with falsifying record

Authorities say the maintenance chief at a western Kentucky coal mine has been indicted on charges of falsifying a safety record and lying to federal inspectors.

Justice Roberts Speaks, But Mum on Trump’s High Court Choice

U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts has discussed the Supreme Court's past during a speech in Kentucky, but he was mum about its future.

Judge Holds Kentucky Police Chief in Contempt

A judge has ordered a northern Kentucky police chief to help the mentally ill after holding him in contempt over his actions in a case in which a mentally disabled inmate was sent to Florida instead of being taken to a mental hospital for evaluation.

Frankfort Fire Chief named Fire Chief of the Year

At their annual conference in Bowling Green on Saturday, the Kentucky Association of Fire Chiefs named Frankfort Fire & EMS Chief Eddie Slone Career Fire Chief of the Year.

Lexington leaders ride the bus to school with students

Some bus riders in Fayette County were greeted by community leaders Wednesday morning for the first day back to school.

Kentucky Lottery chief dies in fall

The Kentucky Lottery says its longtime president and CEO has died.

Former Lexington FBI chief advising on movie about slaying

More than a quarter-century ago, Jim Huggins led the investigation into the death of an FBI informant that ended with an agent pleading guilty to manslaughter. Now he's helping filmmakers tell the story in a movie being shot in Kentucky.

Mayor Jim Gray names Lexington’s first female fire chief

On Thursday, Mayor Jim Gray announced Kristin Chilton as Lexington’s next fire chief.

Paris police to challenge charges brought by Chief

A legal battle is brewing in Paris, where 5 police officers say they will challenge charges brought against them by the Chief of the department.

Bardstown Police Chief enters office, finds wall of water for Flint

Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin had a very wet welcome waiting in his office when he arrived Tuesday morning.

Former Falmouth police chief gets probation on charges

A former northern Kentucky police chief has been sentenced to three years of probation on charges of theft and abuse of a public trust.

Kentucky judge’s case referred to disciplinary commission

Kentucky's chief justice has denied a motion to remove a judge from all criminal cases but referred the case to a state disciplinary commission.

Science Hill police chief suspended following indictment

Science Hill Police Chief Robbie Gossett has been suspended from his position following a state indictment against him.

Booker T. Washington fifth-grader to serve as junior fire chief

Darrius Garr, a fifth-grader at Booker T. Washington Intermediate Academy, will serve as Lexington’s junior fire chief for 2015

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Catholic Action Center hands out Thanksgiving meals

Not even a global pandemic could stop the CAC from keeping its annual tradition.

‘Project Warm Feet’ kicks-off next week in Richmond

Donations of new, pre-packaged socks can be dropped-off at the Battle of Richmond Visitors Center.
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Quiet for majority of Thanksgiving weekend

Cloudy start to Friday then gradually clearing throughout the day with highs in the mid 50s. A weak cold front, no rain, will bring...

Black Friday shopping expectations for local businesses

We are headed into an uncertain holiday shopping season because of the pandemic.