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Barr blasts ‘big-tech’ in national television appearance

Barr seeks investigation into anti-trust violations

Facebook bans Trump through Biden inauguration, maybe longer

Twitter, Instagram also temporarily locked Trump’s accounts

Kentucky, other states sue Facebook over business practices

Attorney General Cameron Joins Multistate Lawsuit to Halt Facebook Inc.s Anticompetitive Business Practices

Image released of vehicle break-in suspect in Hazard

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to contact Hazard Police.

Man who claimed God told him to kill his girlfriend, found guilty

Damou Akbar Bradley was found guilty in Scott Circuit Court of attempted murder and assault, according to Georgetown Police.

Woodford County school board considers code of conduct, one member’s Facebook sparks protest

Woodford County Public Schools says it's considering a code of conduct for school board members after one member's personal Facebook posts sparked a protest.

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.

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Child Loses Thumb in Cement Mixer Accident

Doctors weren't able to save it, instead, Amarian has had a transplant of his index finger to replace the thumb.

Two women busted in strong-armed robbery case

One of suspects also charged with not depositing business funds.

UK Kroger Field to become vaccination central for teachers, others as it expands

Web site will keep updates o who is eligible, appointments,

Owingsville, Versailles residents, others named to state board

Appointments cover everything from local issues to state policy.