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VX nerve agent destruction begins at Blue Grass Army Depot

Latest phase of weapons destruction begins

Chemical weapons update hearing set Dec. 9

Public invited to join virtual public hearing.

Richmond weapons plant gets new commander

BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT, Ky. (WTVQ/Army Public Affairs) - The Blue Grass Chemical Activity Depot in Richmond got a new commander Wednesday as Lt....

Destruction of chemical weapons to begin in Kentucky

The destruction of chemical weapons stored in Kentucky since the 1940s is set to begin.

Public meeting to update chemical weapon destruction in Richmond

A public meeting is scheduled for mid-December to update people on the plan to destroy aging chemical weapons stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot in Madison County.

Former Kentucky State Police detective indicted

A former Kentucky State Police detective has been charged with making false statements under oath about the destruction of evidence in a murder case he was investigating.

Repairs at chemical weapons plant likely to cost about $20M

An official says it is expected to cost about $20 million to make repairs at a central Kentucky chemical weapons destruction plant.

Public meeting for chemical weapons destruction

The leaders invite feedback from the community, about the chemical weapons destruction planned in Central Kentucky.

Chemical-arms destruction could start Wednesday in Colorado

The U.S. Army is set to begin destroying the nation's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons.

Inside The Blue Grass Army Depot

ABC 36 got a look inside the area where all the chemical weapons will be destroyed. The facility is on track to finish construction in 2015.

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2021 36 Blitz: Boyle County Rebels

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UPDATE: Prayer vigil for slain Richmond couple

The shooting victims have been identified and the accused killer taken into custody.
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Police chief says reports of shots fired down in past month

Lexington Police Chief Lawrence Weathers says the city may feel unsafe, but reports of shots fired have gone down in the last month.
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Department of Public Safety holds job fair to encourage applications

Lexington's Department of Public Safety hosted a job fair Wednesday afternoon with booths for police, fire and emergency management.