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Bearded police officers raising money for Christmas toy program

Police raising money to supplement revenue lost from T-shirt sales.

Santa partnering up with an organization to save Christmas

The North Pole, just like the rest of the world, is working differently this year because of the pandemic.

Be a Santa to a Senior this Christmas season

Program helps bring cheer to seniors, shut ins.

Firefighters seek help with annual Christmas toy effort

Firefighters kick-off toy program, signup under way, partnering with Salvation Army.

In Jessamine County, it’s Christmas in March

Yes, it's still spring and Christmas isn't right around the corner but in some neighborhoods around Lexington the time of year doesn't matter.

Kroger’s card system down for part of Christmas Eve

Kroger stores nationwide experienced a system failure, causing many last-minute shoppers to have to wait to buy groceries.

Kentuckians can donate used Christmas trees to help wildlife

Find out how you can help aquatic life across the state by donating your Christmas tree to the state.

A new puppy under the tree: advice for giving animals as pets

If you are considering giving a loved one a pet for the holidays, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Update: Faith and Community Christmas Store is open

The Catholic Action Center's Faith and Community Christmas Store opens Tuesday to make sure every child has a present to open at Christmas.

Blind man engineers Christmas light and music show

A house in Lexington is the site of a dazzling light and music Christmas show engineered by Ryan Jones, a blind man who works to make technology more accessible for people with disabilities. 

Governor’s Christmas Tree Lighting on Saturday

The Governor's Christmas Tree Lighting at the State Capitol is scheduled for Saturday evening.

‘Jarrett’s Joy Cart’ continues with annual holiday gift giving event

After more than two decades, Jarrett's Joy Cart continues the legacy of a courageous young cancer patient by spreading joy to patients at Kentucky Children's Hospital.

Christmas tree ornament challenge raises money for non-profit

Many families are putting up their Christmas trees and are decorating them with ornaments collected through the years.

Holiday shipping is in its “peak season”

When we're kids, our parents tell us Santa gets in his sleigh, flies the reindeer, and delivers packages all over the world for Christmas.

Fort Boonesborough presents 18th century Christmas program

The “18th Century Christmas at the Fort” is set for Dec. 6 and 7.

Families celebrating Christmas with Lights up at the Summit at Fritz Farm

People gathered at the Summit at Fritz Farm to see the lights go up on the Christmas tree, getting into the holiday spirit.

Kentucky church collecting donations for toy drive

First Baptist Church says it fill shoe boxes with toys and ship them to several countries.

A special holiday kick-off for one woman at Fayette Mall

Christmas came early for a woman in Fayette Mall in Lexington tonight as Santa and Mrs. Claus kicked-off the holiday season.  

Lexington city officials looking for two Christmas trees

If your tree is chosen, it will be picked up free of charge.

Jessamine Co. has the Magic of Christmas without the Crazy

WILMORE, Ky. (WTVQ)- For many people the holidays are a time for tradition, family and giving. But many people experience the rush of holiday shopping...

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UK basketball legend Billy Evans dead at 88

The UK Athletics Hall of Famer's jersey hangs in the rafters of Rupp Arena.

Police: Lexington home invasion likely not random

Lexington Police say a home invasion and robbery at an apartment complex Monday night on Red Mile Road likely wasn't random; the people involved knew each other. 

24-year-old Leitchfield man killed in accident

Head-on crash with 18-wheeler.