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Lexington Mayor and city officials give advice for winter conditions

Lexington mayor Linda Gorton held a news conference Friday morning to update the public on some of the impacts the weather's having on residents.

No injuries after accident involving KSP trooper in Lexington

The Lexington Fire Department says that all parties walked away uninjured after a collision on Leestown Road and W. New Circle Road on Friday.

Foster Care Review Boards calling for volunteers

Kentucky is calling for volunteers for its Citizen Foster Care Review Boards, which work with the courts to ensure the state's foster children are placed in permanent homes as quickly as possible.

Ky. citizen’s group developing plan to cut carbon emissions

With U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell urging a boycott of a federal rule to cut carbon emissions from power plants, a Kentucky citizen's group is coming up with its own plan.

Meals on Wheels back on the road

Thanks to some caring and generous ABC 36 viewers, homebound senior citizens were able to get some much needed meals they rely on this week.

Ground Broken for New Kentucky National Guard Memorial

Hundreds of current and previous Citizen Soldiers and Airmen, with their family members and friends, joined Adjutant General Edward Tonini in a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for a the new Kentucky National Guard Memorial in Frankfort.

Local Heroes Honored at Awards Banquet

Stories of bravery and heroism involving the men and woman who help keep Lexington safe where honored at the annual Lexington Police Awards Banquet.

Transylvania University Hosts U.S. Citizenship Ceremony

On Friday, Transylvania University held a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Naturalization Ceremony, where over 200 individuals from more than 70 countries became legal citizens of the United States.

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Kentucky Right for Life announces new director

The Kentucky Right to Life announced a new executive director. 

Versailles, Paintsville, Harrodsburg residents named to state boards

Variety boards do everything from set policy to offer guidance.

UPDATE: Kentucky Guardsmen get send off, return from D.C.

Kentucky Guardsmen among thousands who provided safety in D.C.