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Ethics Commission drops complaints against three GOP lawmakers

The Kentucky Legislative Ethics Commission has dismissed a complaint filed against three Republican lawmakers who signed a secret sexual harassment settlement last year.

Homes too close?

Investigators returned to the scene of a fire that destroyed a Lexington home and damaged four others Tuesday afternoon.

High school loosens up dress code, OKs pajama pants

Teachers and parents at a Lawrenceburg high school have voted to allow students to wear a variety of clothing that were previously banned, including pajama pants.

Officials: Amusement park closed due to code violations

Officials say a carnival-themed amusement park in Cave City has been closed due to code violations.

McConnell, Paul introduce tax code change for bourbon makers

Kentucky's two U.S. senators have introduced legislation they say will level the playing field for American bourbon and whiskey producers.

City prepares for Sweet 16 celebrations

Lexington's Code Enforcement has established "emergency areas" in preparation for post-game celebrations.

People Temporarily Displaced By Downtown Richmond Fire

A fire in downtown Richmond from Tuesday has closed some businesses and temporarily displaced those living in apartments.

Code for America Technologists Arrive in Lexington

Mayor Jim Gray welcomed three Fellows from the Code for America Wednesday, as they set out to improve Lexington's quality of life.

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2021 KHSAA Girls’ Sweet 16: Quarterfinals

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - It all started with 16 teams on Wednesday when the 2021 KHSAA Girls' Sweet 16 tipped. Three days later, only...

Fayette County selects first-ever principal of Carter G. Woodson Preparatory Academy

Jocelyn Mills is a Chicago educator with Kentucky connections.
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UPDATE: Lexington Police release body camera footage of police car hitting autistic teen

The Lexington Police car was traveling approximately 40 mph when Liam Long ran into its path, according to Lexington Police.