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Bevin strikes chords of faith, anti-abortion in speech

Governor Matt Bevin called for unity and urged people to rely on the sacred scriptures of their faith in his annual State of the Commonwealth address.

Tim Tebow coming to Lexington, kicking off LCA’s 30th anniversary celebration

Tim Tebow, two-time national football champion, to speak at Immanuel Baptist Saturday, Jan. 19

Faith leaders hold prayer vigil for immigrants and refugees

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Faith leaders were delighted to see hundreds praying for families seeking refuge at the Church of the Ascension in Frankfort,...

Autopsy: elderly woman found dead in church was murdered

Every murder is tragic, but Thursday came a particularly surprising case: an elderly woman found dead in her church.

Minister recruiting Bluegrass churches to use love in fighting trafficking

It is an issue affecting all kinds of people across Kentucky, maybe even someone you know. So far this year there have been 33 human trafficking cases reported in the state, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.

Protesters mark Ark Encounter’s first year

Ark encounter in Williamstown has officially stayed afloat during its first year,  despite consistent protests.

Manchester attack leave some in Lexington Muslim community uneasy

The Monday night terror attack in Manchester has some people in Lexington's Muslim community uneasy just days before the month of Ramadan. They say every time ISIS attacks, they worry it makes their religion look bad.

Lexington church hopes to start conversation

Two banners now hang outside Saint Paul Catholic Church on West Short Street welcoming immigrants and refugees.

Faith Leaders Summon Community to Stand Together

A group of local religious leaders have come together to ask all people to unite against threats, harassment and acts of violence in Lexington.

Volunteers Start Setting Up the Faith and Community Christmas Store

Volunteers are busy setting up for the annual Faith and Community Christmas Store.

Mom 2 Mom – Faith & Community Christmas Store

ABC 36's Sarah Pannell heads over to Southland Christian Church, where she talks to Janelle Earley about this year's Faith & Community Christmas Store.

Record numbers attend 50th Annual Governor’s Prayer Breakfast

The 50th annual Governor's Prayer Breakfast had a record turnout Tuesday morning with more than 800 people in attendance.

Annual Christmas Store opens

For twenty years now, the Catholic Action Center's Christmas Store has been making shopping during the holidays easier for families in need.

Rand Paul talks faith in Kentucky campaign swing

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is talking about health care, coal and his faith in God during a two-day trip to Kentucky this week.

Cast as dishonest by critics, Bevin holds fast to his faith

Republican Matt Bevin says he is guided by his Christian faith while his critics cast him as dishonest in his run for Kentucky governor.

Over $5,000 Raised in One Day to Return Georgetown Grad’s Body to KY

An online fundraiser to bring a 22-year-old Georgetown College graduate's body back to Kentucky exceeded its goal in just one day.

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Three charged in overdose death in Bardstown

Death occurred in March, three charged with manslaughter, trafficking.

Clark County Library closes for COVID, holidays

Library hopes to open with curbside service Nov. 30.