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Even with enforcement, it will be weeks before impact on COVID is known

Outbreak at veterans home grows, Governor talks Fayette County

Law enforcement can’t enforce masks, but can enforce trespassing if you refuse to wear a mask

Law enforcement agencies across the state are receiving calls and messages about enforcing the mandatory mask order.

Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Narcotics Enforcement Unit

Ray the D.A. sits down with Commander Guy Greene with the Lexington Police Department to talk about narcotics investigations in the city, what Commander Greene sees on the streets, and how officers enforce narcotics laws.

Lexington law enforcement helping first responders in Baton Rouge

First responders from Lexington will soon be heading to Louisiana to help with flood relief. They plan to give law enforcement officers who have been working around the clock a break.

Nonprofit forms to help support Kentucky State Police

The mission of the Kentucky State Police Foundation is to support the agency, its employees and the families of troopers who die in the line of duty.

Officers honored for work to reduce impaired driving

Dozens of law enforcement officers across Kentucky have been honored for their work to keep impaired drivers off the road.

State police focusing on traffic enforcement around holidays

Kentucky State Police say they are targeting drivers who are aggressive, impaired and distracted in the upcoming holiday season in an effort to save lives and reduce injury-related crashes.

Kentucky agencies receive law enforcement funding

Kentucky will receive more than $1.5 million in federal hiring grants to pay for 13 law enforcement officers.

Danville police set for National Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative

The Danville Police Department has announced it is partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration for the National Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative.

Troopers from 6 states to target distracted driving

Troopers from six states are targeting distracted drivers in the latest of a series of highway enforcement efforts.

Suspect’s family contacted law enforcement before chase

Before a Bardstown man allegedly stole a pickup truck and rammed three police cruisers in a Mother's Day chase, authorities say his family had contacted law enforcement to express concern about the man's mental condition.

Law enforcement agencies work on cooperation

Law enforcement agencies in northeastern Kentucky are working together to fight crime.

Law enforcement officials discuss officer-involved shootings

Representatives of state-level law enforcement agencies from nine southeastern states held a meeting just outside Atlanta this week to discuss best practices when investigating officer-involved shootings.

State police take on distracted driving with Operation R.A.I.D.

State police have initiated an enforcement campaign called Operation R.A.I.D. to combat distracted driving as part of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

City prepares for Sweet 16 celebrations

Lexington's Code Enforcement has established "emergency areas" in preparation for post-game celebrations.

Community says thank you to Officer Burke Rhoads

The procession for Officer Burke Rhoads drove through the streets of the Nicholasville community he served and past the Nicholasville Police Department. The community lined the streets in honor of the fallen officer to say good bye and thank you.

Law Enforcement Celebrated At Lexington Church

A church helped recognize officers Friday in a ceremony mean to celebrate law enforcement.

People Temporarily Displaced By Downtown Richmond Fire

A fire in downtown Richmond from Tuesday has closed some businesses and temporarily displaced those living in apartments.

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Cats offense lays an egg in loss to Missouri, 20-10

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Lexington YMCA hosts “Trunk or Treat”

The YMCA usually hosts a fall festival inside but says something outdoors was needed to keep everyone safe and distanced.
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Soggy Weather Continues, Here’s When We’re Expecting Some Sunshine

Soggy weather continues across Central and Eastern Kentucky. Expect a mostly cloudy sky, on Sunday, with showers, as highs warm to the middle 50s....