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The Georgetown Citizen Academy Alumni Association along with the special response team held a class on Wednesday at the firing range.
The police department is recruiting for it's next class.
KSP has announced they are accepting applications for a Law Enforcement Accelerated Program class designed for current law enforcement officers aspiring to become state police troopers.
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is partnering with a Lexington church to host a free community training on naloxone.
Many people here in the bluegrass were keeping an eye on the confirmation hearing Thursday, including students at the University of Kentucky.
Parents of a third-grader in Kentucky have sued a school district where authorities say a teacher physically dragged their autistic son out of class.
The teenager accused of killing a Georgetown man during a hit and run on Monday is now back at school in Scott County and that has the victim's family outraged.
Kentucky's public schools would have to offer a course about Bible history and require students to pass a civics test before graduating under a pair of proposals that are advancing in the state Senate.
The Kentucky Senate has passed legislation that offers an incentive for school districts to voluntarily push back the start of the school year to late August.
This year's election has created a divide among many Americans including right here in Lexington and one local organization is doing their best to dissolve the tension.
Tuesday night, you may have noticed a few more people sleeping on the streets of Lexington, or maybe you did not. That is exactly why they were out there.
People interested in joining the Kentucky State Police can apply through the agency's website.
Meteorologist Eric Burke gets the scoop on Fayette County Extension's upcoming "Food for Thought" class, "Pasta, Homemade Please" during which participants will learn the ins and outs of making homemade pasta from Lesme Romero, of Lexington Pasta.
The president of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System has been picked for a new board that will advocate for community colleges at the federal level.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin wants state colleges and universities to produce more electrical engineers and less French literature scholars.
The Kentucky Senate has voted to require that public high school students receive basic CPR training.
Jefferson County Public Schools is planning to increase the maximum number of students allowed in many of its classes, saying the move will free up certified teachers to be redeployed to schools or programs that JCPS thinks needs more support.
Some students at Dixie Elementary School in Lexington found a unique way to thank police officers for their service.
Classes were dismissed in Bath Co. after school officials say they found a bomb threat written on a bathroom wall at Bath County Middle School.
Kentucky State Police increased their numbers by 45 Thursday at a ceremony in Frankfort, bringing the agency's total number of troopers to 880.
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