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Chef Talley hosting free community breakfast for MLK Jr. Day

Chef Love Talley is hosting a free breakfast for the community on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. From 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. on January 15, 2018 Chef Talley will serve the meal at 1479 Boardwalk Lexington, Ky 40511. 

Movie screening raises money for Lady Veterans Connect

Some Kentucky veterans and their families did not let the intimidating weather stop them from recognizing memorial day.

Kentucky’s State of Addiction: The Opioid Epidemic

ABC 36 takes an in-depth look at the growing Opioid epidemic in Kentucky and how drugs can impact you, your family, your friends, and your neighbors.

Work Begins on Trinity Gay Mural

Monday night work started on the mural of 15-year-old Trinity Gay. It has been about a month since Gay was shot to death outside Cookout in downtown Lexington. It had a big impact on the community. Many vowed to do what they could to end gun violence in Lexington. One artist is taking that promise to the next level, permanently painting it at Whitaker Bank Ball Park.

UPDATE: Missing Russell Co. man found safe

The family of Lester Stapp, a missing Russell County man, says he was found safe.

Arrests in child predator sting in McCracken County

Two men were arrested in western Kentucky in a child predator sting, according to the Attorney General.

Pat Summitt, Univ. of TN women’s basketball coach, dead at 64

A legendary women's basketball coach and a champion for women has died.

“Above Suspicion” begins filming in Lexington, extras wanted

The movie "Above Suspicion" started filming in Lexington on Tuesday.

LPD unveil “Text-A-Tip” feature

On Thursday, the Lexington Police Department announced the availability of Text-a-Tip, a tool for citizens to anonymously submit crime-related information.

Police: one person shot during robbery in Lexington

Lexington police say a man was shot in the lower back during a robbery Monday afternoon on Windyknoll Drive.

Police: Driver hits several cars, flips & crashes on Manor Drive

Police say several witnesses reported seeing a wreckless driver along Lakeshore Drive. The driver flipped and crashed into a yard on Manor Drive around 11 p.m. Tuesday.

James Comer asks for review of election results

Republican James Comer has officially requested a review of Kentucky's election results after initial tallies showed him in second place by just 83 votes.

Update: Lincoln County crews battle massive fire at pallett business

The fire broke out at J &J Pallet around 6 p.m. Tuesday. More than 75 firemen from six departments and four different counties including, Lincoln, Pulaski and Casey counties arrived to fight the fire.

Lexington groups talk same-sex marriage and U.S. Supreme Court

Tuesday could be a pivotal moment for gay and lesbian couples as the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the legality of same-sex marriage bans in Kentucky and three other states.

Solid Blue fans react to UK win

After the Kentucky Wildcats beat the West Viginia Mountaineers 78-39, it left many Solid Blue fans saying their team is unstoppable.

Fire kills six horses at Woodford County farm

ABC 36 has learned that at least six horses have been killed from a fire at the Chanteclair Farm in Versailles.

Winter weather may cause hard-to-diagnose ailments

Many people say they gain an extra ten pounds in the winter, go stir crazy being cooped up inside or even suffer from seasonal depression.

KYTC offers safe driving tips for extreme weather

Extreme weather has stranded many drivers in central Kentucky. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has these tips to get you moving once again.

Man shot during Lexington home invasion

Police say they were called to a duplex on Hill View Place around 11:45 p.m. Wednesday night. The victim tells police two men made their way into the duplex, wearing ski masks and holding guns.

All quiet on EKU campus

A threatening graffiti message found on February 2 threatened violence on Eastern Kentucky University's campus today, but school officials say there has not been any trouble.

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Beshear endorses Hicks in Sixth District congressional race

Hicks hops for late boost in race against Barr.

Two fraternities to return to UK campus

Both fraternities previously had operated on campus

Another COVID record, governor says communities must work together

​​​​​​​Red zone recommendations will be successful if everyone does their part