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UPDATE: Trump says he won’t take part in ‘virtual’ debate

Concerns over president's coronavirus diagnosis prompt change

Congressional debate turns fiery between Barr, Hicks

The faceoff in the 6th District race came as absentee ballot voting has begun in Kentucky.

Lexmark receives top military support award; UI benefits going out

Checks for second round of $400 going out

Face-to-face anger: Trump, Biden lash, interrupt each other

The first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden erupted in contentious exchanges Tuesday night over the coronavirus pandemic, job losses and how the Supreme Court will shape the future of the nation’s health care.

Trump and Biden to meet Tuesday night in first debate

Watch the debate on ABC 36 at 9 P.M., special coverage begins at 8 P.M.

McGrath, McConnell spar over women moderators at debate

Two take jabs at each other over who is at fault.

McGrath commits to third debate

UK student group latest forum.

McConnell seeks debate with McGrath

Could be one statewide televised debate

Nicholasville, other communities debating parks, rules, responsibility on social media

Nicholasville, other communities debating parks, rules, responsibility on social media

Fayette schools earn top debate, UN honors

Henry Clay wins 7th straight title, several schools take honors in other competitions

Lexington brewery hosts democratic debate watch party

People in Lexington watched the democratic debate at a brewery  watch party.

Bevin, Beshear square off in combative debate

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin and Democratic challenger Andy Beshear have wrangled over casino gambling, education funding and pensions in a combative debate.

Democratic candidates stake out stances on abortion

Kentucky gubernatorial candidates reached out to voters in a televised debate Tuesday and staked out their abortion-rights credentials.

New Kentucky lawmakers watch pension debate from sidelines

Some newly elected lawmakers in Kentucky are not happy with the governor's decision to call the old legislature back into session to vote on changes to the state's struggling pension systems.

Political candidates show up in force at Labor Day Picnic

Hundreds of union workers came together in lexington for the fifth annual labor day picnic.

Community discusses proposal for new city hall

The idea of a new city hall in Lexington has been talked about for years. Is it finally about to happen?

Gun debate rages in wake of Las Vegas massacre

There's gun control talk again after the Las Vegas massacre.

Kentucky city debates moving Confederate statue

A tense public debate is ongoing in a Kentucky city about whether to move a statue of Confederate Gen. Lloyd Tilghman.

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Lexington Police investigating assault, shots fired into air

Lexington Police are investigating after someone reportedly fired a gun during a fight Friday night on Dakota Street. 
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Covid victims honored outside Kentucky State Capitol

FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) - Since the start of the global pandemic, there's been over 3,000 Kentuckians who have lost their lives from COVID-19. On Friday...

Kentucky Right for Life announces new director

The Kentucky Right to Life announced a new executive director.