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Police update crime Web site with new suspects

Site taking crime tips from residents.

New supreme court order means ‘get out of jail free’ card many offenses

For the next six weeks, people arrested in Kentucky for non-violent and non-sex related crimes will be released under new rules released Tuesday by the Kentucky Supreme Court.

Lexington PD gets new database to help solve gun crimes

Lexington police have a new high-tech database that will help them solve violent crimes.

UK Police: Suspect wanted in connection to several theft cases around campus

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) -  Money, laptop computers, iPads, tools and other items have been taken from several locations on UK's campus since May, according...

Roundup Nets 5 Arrests for Seeking Sex With Minor

The Attorney General says that Operation Shielded Child, a cyber-crime initiative focused on online distribution of child pornography and solicitation of minors for sex, has netted five arrests in a recent roundup.

Jury indicts Scottsville man on 100+ counts of sex crimes

A grand jury has indicted a Scottsville man on more than 100 counts of sex crimes.

Elderly Twins Accused Of Sex Crimes Will Go Before Grand Jury

After Jack and Jerry Cassidy, 76, went before Judge Thorton on Thursday, the next step will be before a grand jury.

Prosecutors & Police Need Your Help Solving Crimes

After a rash of violent crimes in Lexington, prosecutors and police are asking the community for help in solving the cases.

Prosecutors & Police Need Your Help Solving Crimes

After a rash of violent crimes in Lexington, prosecutors and police are asking the community for help in solving the cases.

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Man charged with credit card fraud

Man arrested after citizens help ID him.

Home sales continue to rebound across the state

Big increase over last year after COVID impact

Recovery effort continues for missing kayaker

Man missing since Sunday evening.

Brass Band Festival gets new executive director

Two new board members also named.