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Agency files suit, gets investigation into misspent $400,000

Years of credit card spending at issue.

Police investigating after skimmer found on Wayne Co. ATM

A skimmer device has been found on an ATM machine in Wayne County, according to Kentucky State Police.

KSP asks for help identifying suspect using stolen credit cards

Kentucky State Police have released surveillance pictures of a man they believe is using stolen credit cards in several locations across Central Kentucky.

Lexington’s public pools now accept credit cards

The city says all of Lexington’s public aquatic centers and pools now accept debit and credit cards.

Question of the Day 04-16-15

A new survey finds 36% of Millennials have never had one of *these.* What is it?

Scott County Lawyer Arrested On Identity Theft Charges

A Georgetown attorney was arrested at her law office on Wednesday and charged with six counts of identity theft, according to Georgetown Police. She's accused of stealing a client's identity to open credit card accounts.

Target: 40 Million Card Accounts May Be Breached

Target said that about 40 million credit and debit card accounts may have been affected by a data breach that occurred just as the holiday shopping season shifted into high gear.

Lexington Police: Stolen Credit Cards Used To Buy Gift Cards

Lexington police said someone is stealing credit cards and using them to buy gift cards at Kmart, Walmart, and Kroger stores.

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