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Woodford County ‘Fill the Bus’ event to help flood victims

Sunday, drop off locations included Estill, Lee and Breathitt counties.

Support continuing to pour in for flood victims

Flooding victims in Eastern Kentucky are entering their second week of clean up.

Team Kentucky COVID-19 Memorial Fund now open for donations

Governor announced plans for a permanent memorial March 6

Lexington’s Latter-Day Saints organizes 200 volunteers for flood cleanup

Sunday, about 200 volunteers were spread throughout Clark, Estill, Powell, Breathitt and Owsley counties.

Donations going to families in need after flooding

As people in flood-stricken eastern Kentucky wait for help from the federal government, so many nonprofits and volunteers from across the country are offering aid.

UNITE accepting donations to assist with flood relief efforts in Eastern Kentucky

Donations can be made online, all proceeds go to relief.

UK Donations for Citations 2021 starts Monday, March 1

the on-campus food pantry that works to combat hunger and food insecurity for UK students

‘Stamping Out Hunger’ passes out food bags for families in need

'Stamping Out Hunger' says it raised about $800 and received direct donations to supply the bags with food items.

Laurel fire group warns door-to-door solicitor is not them

Someone going door-to-door not with fire department.

Hope Center announces Street Outreach Team, seeking donations 

Goal: to reach, serve people living on the streets

Wild Lights in Jessamine County helping those in need

It doesn't always take a Clark Griswold to create a stunning holiday lights show. It's actually someone you might not expect who's behind a famous display in a Jessamine County neighborhood.

Crossroads Church in Lexington collects 350 Thanksgiving food boxes

Crossroads Church in lexington collected 350 Thanksgiving food boxes this weekend.

Markey Cancer Center provides Thanksgiving for patients, donations sought

Donations can help provide a special Thanksgiving

New guidelines remove some exclusions, limits for blood donations

Military people assigned to Europe among biggest change.

Ag Tag donations raise $611,000 to boost 4-H, FFA, KDA

Voluntary contributions help boost local programs.

$25,000 grant helps meet demand for rental assistance

$25,000 will provide one-time assistance

Kellogg’s Mission Tiger: Drive thru experience

A month long pop up tour made its way to Lexington this weekend.

Berea College seeks 1,600 donors on Sept. 3

Donations help offset cost of education to students who need it most

Girl Scouts, United Way team up to donate 8,000 boxes of cookies

More than 8,000 boxes going out this week.

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Two Transylvania University seniors have won extremely competitive Fulbright grants to serve as English teaching assistants abroad.

State gets waiver of accountability requirements for 2020-2021 school year

The U.S. Department of Education has granted Kentucky a waiver of some accountability, school identification and reporting requirements in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act for the 2020-2021 school year.

Fayette’s Bryan Station earns national ‘Green’ honor

Only a few schools nationwide earn honor