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NerdsToGo coming to Lexington

NerdsToGo, a rapidly growing technology service franchise is getting ready to open in Lexington.

NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson being honored in bronze

INSTITUTE, W.Va. (AP) - Katherine Johnson, the NASA mathematician whose calculations helped astronauts return to Earth, is being honored at her alma mater with...

UPDATE: Franklin Co. Sheriff recovers teen’s $17,000 speaking computer

A speech generating computer has been returned to a special needs teen, according to Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton.

Thief takes laptop, steals voice from girl with special needs

The Franklin County Sheriff's Department is asking whoever stole a laptop Wednesday night to come forward.

UofL Foundation probe includes erased computer files

An investigation into the University of Louisville's foundation includes deleted documents from the computer of ousted university President James Ramsey.

Two arrested in identity theft case

Two people are accused of using a computer to steal $7,500 from someone in an identity theft case, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

UK Promotes National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Individuals and organizations around the world are joining forces in October for National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM).

Kentucky plumber gets probation in global spam case

A Kentucky plumber who says he found it "intoxicating" to be admired for his computer skills received probation for his role in an international scheme that sent out millions of spam messages.

Virus affects ARH hospitals’ computers in 2 states

Federal authorities are investigating after a computer virus infected all electronic services of the Appalachian Regional Healthcare system in Kentucky and West Virginia.

Awesome Inc U’s developer bootcamp to guarantee job placement

Awesome Inc U has announced a 3-month full-time training program for adults interested in computer programming as a profession.

Lexington man charged in undercover child porn investigation

Ryan Diaz, 27, of Lexington was charged after police linked him with computer files showing acts of child sexual exploitation.

Teachers learn computer science program

Forty teachers took a week out of their summer break to participate in the "Project Lead the Way" program.

Lexington man accused of having child porn

Police arrested a Lexington man after they say a computer repair shop found child pornography on his laptop. Investigators say 60-year-old Larry Blanken had photos and video of children.

Senate OKs bill to bolster computer science in schools

A bill aimed at carving out a bigger role for computer programming in Kentucky's public schools has won approval from the state Senate.

Nicholasville Grandmother Scammed By Computer Con Artist

A Nicholasville grandmother was scammed by a computer con artist claiming to be from her computer's antivirus company.

State Police Warn About Internet Predators

State Police released a new video recently, warning parents about the dangers of Internet predators.

State Police Warn About Internet Predators

State Police released a new video recently, warning parents about the dangers of Internet predators.

Police Warn Against Phone Scam

The Lexington Police are warning citizens about a phone scam that is trending nationwide and here locally.

Man Accused Of Using His Computer To Talk A Minor Into Having Sex

Danville Police arrested a burglar, but they also arrested the man who called in the burglary.

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Georgetown College Tigers ready for playoffs

GEORGETOWN, Ky (WTVQ) - The spring season has been an interesting task to take on for football teams across the country, but the Georgetown...

Business owners save hundreds in unemployment insurance taxes

State lawmakers passed House Bill 413 to allow the tax schedule for unemployment insurance stay frozen at the rate it was at before the pandemic.

A few showers this weekend

A few rain showers possible throughout your day on Saturday.

Richmond residents named to EKU, judge panels; Carama appointed

Positions play important roles in policy, nominations.