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The Gift of Life

You can help give the gift of life Monday, March 16th from 8am to 6 pm. The need for blood is extreme right now as...

AAA expects millions of travelers for the holiday weekend

55 million people are expected to travel this holiday weekend by plane, train, and cars according to AAA.

LPD: Suspect nearly runs over officer during stop

Police are searching for a man they say nearly ran over an officer during a traffic stop early Friday morning.

Man arrested for kidnapping girlfriend’s underage child

Police have arrested a man they say forcibly kidnapped his girlfriend's underage son from her home.

LPD: Man charged after driving drunk with 10-year-old son

Police have arrested a man they say drove under the influence with his 10-year-old son in the car.

Friends remember Berea students killed in car wreck

The woman charged in the death of two Berea College students has a criminal past full of driving infractions. Natasha Gross, 37, faces manslaughter charges for the Friday night crash that killed 23-year-old Joana Ivanova from Bulgaria, and 21-year-old Eny Enkhbold from Mongolia.

LFD: Driver suffers seizure; hits house

Investigators say the driver of an SUV suffered a seizure, veered off the road, went through a yard, and hit a street sign before hitting a house in Lexington.

UofL Foundation probe includes erased computer files

An investigation into the University of Louisville's foundation includes deleted documents from the computer of ousted university President James Ramsey.

American Red Cross & ABC 36 Blood Drive

Katie Solove heads to the parking lot of ABC 36 and hops about the American Red Cross bloodmobile to speak with Tiffany Taylor about today's blood drive, given in conjunction with Trauma Awareness month.

Stamp Out Hunger bags to be sent to Lexington homes

Postal workers and city officials want to make sure Lexington residents are ready for the 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive.

Community helping neighbor after hit-and-run accident kills his service dog

The community is helping their neighbor hurt in a hit-and-run accident last week.

Big Blue Slam Blood Drive Kicks Off

Solid Blue fans can show the Florida Gators who are the best off the court by donating between January 23rd and the 27th during the annual Big Blue Slam blood drive.

Man Sentenced for Driving Through Memorial Day Crosses

A man has been sentenced to three years in jail for driving through a Memorial Day cross display in western Kentucky.

Fill the Pet House Drive – Scott Co. Humane Society

Christal Adams and Jeanie Beall, with the Scott County Humane Society, tell Eric Burke about the "Fill the Pet House with Pet Supplies" Drive, happening at the Kroger Georgetown Market on January 7th, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Teddy Bear Drive – Noodles & Company & Partnering for Hope

Doug High sits down with Chad Colony, of Noodles & Cmpany., and Chris Bryant, CEO of Partnering for Hope to talk about their Teddy Bear Drive.

“Food for Fines” Wraps Up Successful Food Drive

The Lexington Parking Authority (LPA) announced on Thursday that $13,000 in citations were “paid for” with 8,300 food items collected during the six-week “Food for Fines” campaign.

USMC Toys for Tots Drive – S & S Tire (Live Shot – 3)

Elise Dolinar heads to the S & S Tire at 500 E. Brannon Road in Nicholasville as the U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots drive revs up!

USMC Toys for Tots Drive – S & S Tire (Live Shot – 2)

Elise Dolinar heads to the S & S Tire at 500 E. Brannon Road in Nicholasville as the U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots drive revs up!

LPD Investigate Stabbing at Dinsmore Apartments

Police in Lexington say no charges have been filed, and no arrests have been made after a stabbing Tuesday afternoon.

Marine Corps Kicks Off 2016 Toys for Tots Drive

Getting ahead of Christmas by 38 days, the Marine Corps has sprung into action, making sure children in the area have a gift under the tree.

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New honorary roadside sign installed to recognize a WWII Veteran

A honorary roadside sign was installed in Jessamine County.

Gov. Beshear: COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky

More contagious COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky.

AG Cameron talks tackling human trafficking on a local level, at the root

Cameron visited an organization in Lexington that targets what is often the root of human trafficking - prostitution.

Buffalo Trace Scholarship at MSU goes to Sparta student

Buffalo Trace Veterinary Medical Association Endowment awards scholarship in honor of Dr. Charles Derrickson