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$1 million awarded for Mercer County water improvement project

Grant will replace small, worn out lines.

Lexington teacher gets special visitor for Teacher Appreciation Week

A winner at Bryan Station High School in Lexington got a special visitor for Teacher Appreciation Week. 

Lt. Governor questioned about favoritism when giving unemployment help

Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman and Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton visited the health department's pop-up vaccination site Thursday at the Senior Center Center.

State’s COVID positivity rate declines, more vaccines coming

Lt. Gov. Coleman and Dr. Stack provide updates on broadband speed test, COVID-19 variant

State mourns the more than 3,300 lost to COVID-related causes

Governor, First Lady and Lt. Gov. Coleman place flags during memorial ceremony at Capitol

$100,000 grant helps Morgan Archive hire first director

Grant helps archive hire first director.

Education continuum hopes to better link education systems, improve transitions

Gov. Beshear, Lt. Gov. Coleman Announce Creation of Commonwealth Education Continuum

Coleman notes RISE winners, Team Kentucky Fund closes applications

Applications already in the system will be processed

Forum to look at COVID and future of Education, registration ends Monday

Webinar discusses sort-,log-term impacts of coronavirus on schools at all levels.

Beshears, others roll up sleeves for flu shots

Lt. Gov. Coleman, Dr. Stack, Virginia Moore join Beshears to highlight vaccine awareness

State welcomes latest PPE donation, discusses successes, needs

Through help of private companies, state has good PPE stockpile for now.

‘If You Move, You Mask’ banners showing up as student reminders

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - School districts everywhere are coming up with ways to remid students and parents about wearing masks whenever they retur to...

AG, U.S. Attorneys warn of COVID-19 testing fraud

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, and U.S. Attorneys Rob Duncan and Russell Coleman issued a joint statement Friday warning Kentuckians of fraudulent COVID-19 testing sites.

Douglass sophomore loses three family members in duck boat tragedy

On Tuesday July 24th City BBQ in Lexington will host a fundraiser to help send a Douglass sophomore to a funeral for three of his family members.

Police stepping up patrols in Lexington neighborhood after pregnant woman is shot dead

Police have stepped up patrols in the Winburn drive neighborhood after the shooting death of Maryiah Coleman and her unborn baby.

Still no suspect in shooting death of pregnant woman, unborn child

Lexington Police are investigating a double homicide after a shooting that killed a pregnant woman and her unborn baby.

New Developments in Deadly Lincoln County Bus Crash

Recently released court documents are raising questions about the bus driver and the safety of that school bus.

Man Wanted in Ohio Murder Arrested in Lexington

Lexington police said a man accused of murder in an Ohio murder was caught at a Lexington bus stop Thursday morning.

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Lexington Police stop wrong-way driver having medical emergency

Officers say they were able to stop an elderly woman going the wrong-way on the outer loop of New Circle Road before any people or property were hurt.

Two people cut during fight in Lexington

Lexington Police say the assault happened near the corner of Citation Boulevard and McGranthiana Parkway.

2021 36 Blitz: Frankfort Panthers

FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) - Last season the Frankfort panther went 2 and 5. Their fewest wins since 2015. Considering what they were up against...

Madison County Public Schools not requiring masks to begin school year

Masks will be required to be worn on regular bus routes to and from school, according to the district's Return to School Plan.