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Lexington asks residents to help with fall park cleanup

City has free kits for families who want to help out.

Fall season is going to look different this year at local orchards

Few things say fall like a family outing to apple orchards or pumpkin patches. Those trips will look a little different this year because of the Coronavirus but that's not the only thing causing problems.

County considers closing popular trails at Lockogee Rock

A fall from a popular hiking and climbing spot near Morehead has Rowan County officials again taking to federal parks about closing off Lockogee Rock.

Kentucky Wesleyan sets summer, fall schedule

Kentucky Wesleyan College will welcome students back to campus in August, while closely following guidelines and policies of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, the college announced Tuesday.

Baby stroller recalled due to fall risk

Some baby strollers, sold at Target and on Amazon are being recalled.

Tax hike will pay for repairs on century old Kentucky school

The wooden frame of a K-12 Kentucky school complex is so worn; administrators say they need a new building.

Person injured after fall at Lexington rock quarry

According to the Lexington Fire Department, firefighters were called to Vulcan Materials Company on Manchester Street around 2:00 a.m.

UPDATE: Coroner identifies remains found in Lincoln County

The coroner says Patrick Wayne Cook fell 100 feet and suffered several broken bones.

Coroner: Man dies after falling at work

A man is dead after falling at his place of employment, according to the Wayne County Coroner's Office.

Exercise rider killed in fall at Churchill Downs

In Louisville, an exercise rider was killed Saturday when the two-year-old he was breezing fell suddenly.

GoFundMe page setup for worker killed in Lexington

A GoFundMe page has been setup to help the family of the worker killed in a fall in downtown Lexington last week.

Coroner: Hunter died of natural causes in Clay Co.

The hunter was found under a tree stand in Clay County Wednesday night.

Still haven’t picked a pumpkin? Frost shouldn’t get in the way

The threat of first frost has some people worried pumpkins will die before they can even pick them. That's actually the least of your concerns at the patch.

Annual roadside cleanup set for next week in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky transportation officials say the annual fall cleanup along the state's roadways is set for next week. State Transportation Cabinet Secretary...

Breeders’ Cup preps highlight Keeneland’s opening weekend

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Keeneland's fall meet opens with several Breeders' Cup prep races headlining 18 stakes events worth a record $5.575 million. The marquee...

Reed Valley Orchard, Bourbon County’s Fall Paradise

Reed Valley Orchard is Bourbon County’s own piece of paradise. Over the years they have accumulated over 3,000 apple trees, as well as pumpkins, berries, peaches and pears.

Ohio announces 56 sites where medical marijuana will be sold

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio has licensed 56 locations that can sell medical marijuana once it becomes legal this fall. The Ohio Board of Pharmacy...

Kentucky ethics commission holding sexual harassment hearing

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - An ethics commission in Kentucky is holding a hearing about four Republican lawmakers who signed a secret sexual harassment settlement...

International Bluegrass Music Center to open in fall

Officials say the International Bluegrass Music Center is set to open this fall.

Living with Lyme

It's fall, and for many people, that means camping. Camping can mean ticks, and ticks can lead to Lyme disease.

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Woman sought in armed bank robbery

Happened in Pineville.

UPDATE: House OKs horseracing integrity measure by voice vote

Legislation targets doping, safety, other issues.

In-person back-to-school also about cleaning, schools explain

School districts take extensive steps to try to contain coronavirus spread

State gets road, bridge repair funds for disasters during last 30 months

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) - Kentucky will get $21.9 million in reimbursements for the repair of roads and bridges following natural disasters in the...