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Woman missing since getting out of jail a month ago

Susan Larson hasn't been seen or heard from since September 24, according to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.

UK multimedia professor talks about police on social media and the pros/cons

Social media has its ups and downs and the same goes for law enforcement and how people interact with police.

FCPS’ School Board discusses October in-person learning, parents who oppose hold rally

Meanwhile, a group of about 75 people rallied outside the FCPS main building on Richmond, calling for students to go back in-person now.

Clark County sheriff cleared to return to light duty after quadruple bypass

Clark County Sheriff Berl Perdue had successful quadruple bypass surgery less than two weeks ago.

UPDATE: Funeral arrangements announced for late Stanford Mayor

Stanford Mayor Scottie Ernst was killed Tuesday in what the coroner described as a freak accident, according to The Interior Journal.

Police department tackles ‘false narratives’ head on

Department says it won't tolerate misleading social media efforts.

Cousins’ emotional first hug since pandemic goes viral

See the emotional first hug since the pandemic hit between cousins in eastern Kentucky that has gone viral.

Deaf woman’s social media post goes viral, raises awareness

Lexington, Ky (WTVQ)-- As a deaf woman, Kimberly Fugate has faced adversity her whole life. "I do everything just like everybody else does, the only...

For first responders, another case of ‘hand made with love’

Boyle County, Ky. (WTVQ) - They just keep showing up. A group needs something and someone, somewhere figures out a way to make it...

Volunteers using talents to provide personal protective equipment

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Work converting Nutter Field House on the University of Kentucky campus into a 400-bed field hospital continues. It's being done...

Nicholasville PD: Call police before posting to social media

Nicholasville police say social media can often help solve crimes, but right now it's slowing officers down.

Kentucky senator Phillip Wheeler apologizes for using racial slur

A Kentucky senator is apologizing after democrats say there are several posts in which he uses a racial slur.

Muslim students heckled during visit to State Capitol

A group of middle school-aged Muslim students were heckled by a group of men during a visit Wednesday to the State Capitol.

More than 200 million Facebook users private information exposed

A security researcher says the private information of more than 267 million Facebook users was exposed for at least 10 days this month.

Santa Claus is coming to town and he’s using sign language

A Facebook video has gone viral, showing Santa Claus using sign language to speak to deaf children.

Facebook is down in many places across the nation

Users may have noticed that they aren't able to post a Thanksgiving update on Facebook.

Friends with benefits: Can Facebook tackle your love life?

Facebook is tackling a new frontier: love. Facebook Dating, its matchmaking service already available in Brazil and 18 other countries, is arriving in the U.S. on Thursday.

UPDATE: Berea Police name new K-9 “Leo”

Visit the Berea Police Facebook page to submit a suggested name for the department's new K-9. The deadline is this Sunday.

Investors take $5B Facebook settlement in stride

Facebook is doing just fine on Wall Street, despite being slapped with a record $5 billion fine for its mishandling of personal information.

Trump Facebook ads use models to portray actual supporters

A recent series of Facebook video ads for President Donald Trump's re-election campaign is using models to portray actual supporters.

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Lexington Police ask for help identifying crime suspects

Lexington Police are trying to identify suspects in cases involving everything from burglary to mail theft.
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Balloon release held for elderly Lexington woman killed in drive-by

Purple balloons were released for 82-year-old Alice Carter.

Clay City clerk faces DUI charges, newspaper reports

The Clay City clerk faces several charges, including DUI and possession of marijuana, according to the Clay City Times.

Camera mistakenly left on during early voting in Breathitt County

Official says a camera that was mistakenly left on at an early voting location did not record any ballots.