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Boyle County church offering reward for stolen items

A Boyle County Church is out several items after a burglary. 

Jessamine County church adapts service after covid-19 surge among members

Clays Mill Baptist Church is now offering service in an outdoor tent and it also set up a FM transmitter to allow for drive-up service.

St. Peter Claver Catholic Church will hold prayer rally for interracial healing

St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in Lexington is planning a prayer rally Thursday night for interracial healing. 

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.

Bullitt County church defies “in-person” order

Most Kentucky churches did not hold in-person Easter services, heeding warnings against such gatherings in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Some Kentucky churches plan to gather, despite virus orders

Some Kentucky churches are still planning to hold in-person church services this weekend, despite statewide orders that ban mass gatherings.

Pulaski cases tied to church, schools weigh graduation, other decisions

All but one Pulaski coronavirus case tied to church, schools remind parents about school work.

Somernites Cruise on hold, Pulaski up to eight cases

County coronavirus cases mostly related to one church; in its 20th years, cruise event having to wait it out.

Pulaski Church urged to quarantine after member tests positive

Second resident may have positive test after traveling to California

Gov. recommends churches cancel services; Some churches staying open

The Governor is encouraging church leaders across the state to consider canceling services to protect members of their congregations.

Lexington church collecting donations for flood victims

The flooding in southeastern Kentucky the past two weeks have been heartbreaking.

Two charged in Laurel County church burglary

In addition, sheriff's deputies say they caused over $1000 worth of damage to the doors of the property during the burglary.

Confederate statue to be moved in Danville

A Confederate statue in Danville will be moved.

Suspect under arrest for historic black church fires in Louisiana

According to a statement from the U.S. Attorney, police have a suspect in custody, accused of setting fires at multiple historic black churches in Louisiana.

Church shelter already preparing for next arctic blast

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - Senior Pastor Scott Holley grew concerned when the freezing temperatures swept through Mount Sterling. "It was unthinkable to me that...

Read to Succeed helps develop youth reading skills

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) - Youngsters at the First Baptist Church in Winchester are hitting the books. Tom Schoolmaster spends an hour each Monday volunteering as...

3 week search for man accused of burglary ends in arrest in Knox Co.

A three week search for an accused burglar in Knox County has ended.

NJ church says it will cooperate with probe

The Roman Catholic Church in New Jersey says it will cooperate with a new investigation of sex abuse in the church's dioceses.

LFD: Belle’s Cocktail House downtown catches fire

Several crews were on scene of a fire at Belle's Cocktail House Friday morning.

Lexington man accused of stealing from family while they went to church

Lexington Police have arrested a man they say broke into a family's home while they were at church, then stole guns and a truck.

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UK students, jail inmates make up 25% of new Fayette cases

Numbers would be high even without students, inmates.

ABC 36 Teacher of the Week, Katina Stevens

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- For kindergarten teacher Katina Stevens her love for education started when she herself was in kindergarten. "I remember my kindergarten teacher to...

Gambling machine case goes to Supreme Court today

Machines are big casino attraction, revenue producer.

U.S. 27 in Garrard County closed after driver hits telephone pole

No word from emergency officials on any injuries.