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Child insurance gains largely erased between 2016 and 2019: Study

Analysis shows 28% increase in the number of uninsured Kentucky children between 2016 and 2019

Deputies: Children living in “deplorable conditions,” woman arrested

30-year old Brittany Ann Sowders, of London, faces several charges, including assault and alcohol intoxication, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

CASA fetes ‘Extra Mile’ volunteers; their stories tell it all

Success, rewards come in special ways for volunteers.

Study finds little change in kids with health insurance from 2018 to 2019

Impact of Pandemic on Children’s Coverage Unknown Until Next Year

Kentucky leads nation in child abuse cases, according to most recent report

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- Child abuse is a problem all over the country, but nowhere worse than Kentucky. "We are number one for cases of child...

Woman gets life without parole for killing family

Sentencing held Wednesday morning

Passed out driver, parents end up in jail

Woman caught driving stolen car

State nears 3,000 mark in recovered from coronavirus

The state reported 166 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, including a handful of children under the age of 10. One of those is a 3-year-old in Anderson County.

Thursday marks 32 years since deadliest U.S. drunk driving crash in Carroll County

Thursday marks a tragic anniversary in Kentucky's history, the Carrolton bus crash.

First Baptist Church Food Pantry in Winchester seeing a surge of people in need

The First Baptist Church in downtown Winchester has been serving people in Clark County through their food pantry for three years now. It typically sees more than seventy families a week and that need for food is growing.

UPDATE: Fifth child found dead, after being swept away by flood waters

Kentucky State Police confirm four of the children have been located and pronounced deceased by the Bath County Coroner, Andrew Owens.

Experts gives tips on helping kids stay stress-free

Expert at the University of Kentucky says parents should come up with a 'new normal' for home and try to stick to it.

Show me the money: How much might we get from stimulus?

The devil ultimately will be in the details as they are finalized and implemented, but the poush is on to try to get money out and in people's hands as fast as possible.

Police: Would-be robber flees without taking anything

A would-be robber is startled and flees after pulling a weapon on a woman, according to Lexington Police.

2,100 bags of food packed in Frankfort for children at risk of hunger

Elected officials helped pack more than 2,000 bags of food for school children across the state.

Agencies aim to work better together to help children in eastern KY

Leaders in three Appalachian communities have been chosen to try a new approach to improving the lives of rural children.

Proposed changes to SNAP would harm Kentucky families, children and seniors

Proposed changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program that would harm public health.

Corbin woman arrested for living in filth with two children

A Laurel County mother was arrested after sheriff's deputies say they found her and two children living in filthy conditions.

“School’s Open Drive Carefully” campaign underway

A new campaign reminds motorists to slow down and be aware as children head back to school.

One Mind: Uniting the State for Our Children’ Conference

On Monday Governor Matt Bevin and First Lady Glenna Bevin hosted a conference.

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Mid-range number of new Fayette COVID cases puts county over 10,000

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Fayette County health officials continue to closely watch the county';s new coronavirus case numbers for signs of escalation after an...

Cattle trailer accident in London

The London Fire department responded to an accident on McWhorter Street this morning just after 6 a.m.

Rupp Arena announces another concert, first on schedule since March

Brantley Gilbert to headline Acoustic Concert 2020

Blue Grass Community Foundation sets $100,000 challenge to advance racial equity in Lexington

Anonymous donor, family provide seed money for major project.