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Gas prices dip nationwide, up slightly in Lexington

State's to the south seeing eve lower rates.

East Jess vs. West Jess preview

A look ahead to the Jags and Colts.

High school football highlights & scores (9-8-17)

Alex and Bryan break down the action from across Central Kentucky.

Win the East

Mark Stoops and the Cats won't stop working with division title in reach.

3 arrested in Bell Co. after meth found hidden in vehicle

Kentucky State Police say two men and a woman have been arrested after Troopers found over 100 grams of methamphetamine in their car during a traffic stop.

Heavy rains caused flooding in Montgomery County

The emergency management director says about six roads throughout Montgomery County were closed because they were covered with water.

The eldest coach in the SEC East

Mark Stoops weighs in on being the most tenured coach in the SEC East division.

Alcohol license of Lexington strip club revoked

Alcohol control officials have revoked the liquor license of a Lexington strip club where two fatal shootings have occurred since November.

Fort Campbell sending 500 to Iraq, Kuwait next year

The military says about 500 soldiers from the 101st Airborne headquarters at Fort Campbell are deploying to the Middle East to support military actions against the Islamic State group.

Two taken to hospital after reported stabbing in downtown Lexington

Police say a fight between three people turned into a stabbing that sent two people to the hospital, while a third was held for questioning.

Part of East Main Street to be Closed Next Week in Richmond

City officials in Richmond are alerting drivers to a partial road closure scheduled for next week.

UPDATE: I-64 Reopens Following Two Separate Crashes

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office has reported that both lanes of I-64 eastbound have reopened at mile marker 58 after two afternoon crashes caused a 14-mile backup.

Saint Joseph East Unveils Plans for $1 Million Renovation

Saint Joseph East announced its construction plans on Wednesday to remodel and expand their breast care center.

Richmond Dealership Falls Victim to Battery Thefts

According to Richmond police, the owner of East Main Auto Sales told them the batteries of seven vehicles on his lot had been stolen while the dealership was closed Sunday night.

Plans Approved for South-Central Ky Coal Burning Unit

A plan to let a coal-burning unit at the East Kentucky Power Cooperative J.S. Cooper Generating Station in south-central Kentucky has won approval from the state Public Service Commission.

Soldiers Get “Face Time” with Coach Cal

On Thursday, Kentucky soldiers serving in Afghanistan, the Middle East and at Guantanamo Bay got the chance to speak with UK head basketball coach John Calipari through Skype.

Reported Meth Lab Raided in Laurel County

A complaint to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office at around 10:30 Thursday morning led to the arrest of five people accused of cooking meth.

Insulation Fire Leaves Lexington Firefighter Injured

The Lexington Fire Department said an accidental fire burned down a home and put a firefighter in the hospital.

Insulation Fire Leaves Lexington Firefighter Injured

The Lexington Fire Department said an accidental fire burned down a home and put a firefighter in the hospital.

Vehicle Accidents Keeping Crews Busy in Eastern Kentucky

As the snow falls and ice forms, collisions are growing, especially in the eastern part of the Commonwealth.

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KSP is investigating a deadly house fire in Robertson County

State Police says one person is dead following a house fire.

LPD: Woman sent to hospital after car flips

Police tell ABC 36 they suspect the woman was driving under the influence when she hit two parked cars and flipped her own car.

‘Stuff the Bus’ donation drive gives school supplies to families in need

The Salvation Army is hosting it's 'Stuff the Bus' school donation drive this weekend, helping families in need. 

UK students move in with safety measures in place

It was the first move-in day for incoming students and it was one like never before with several COVID-19 safety measures in place.