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UPDATE 11/12/2018: ESSIE, Ky. (WTVQ) - Officials say Dustin Stidham, the man wanted in connection with the murder of Paige Murphy, has been arrested. State Police...
While it might feel like winter, it's time for one of the hallmarks of spring in Kentucky.
If you're trying to catch a plane Wednesday, check on your flight before you leave home.
We know Kentucky is part of the drug epidemic killing thousands across the country, but sometimes it's hard to visualize its far-reaching impact.
A fatal crash in Morehead will not result in charges for the driver.
Investigators in Wolfe County are looking for a car involved in a hit-and-run that killed a man.
Concerned parents and students wanted to use Thursday's school safety meeting to talk about a gun found at Henry Clay high school.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- As the country grapples with how to make schools safer, Fayette County says it's making changes to its security protocols now. The...
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- A letter today from the Laurel County Schools’ superintendent says the district is saying no to a metal detector donation, for...
Two Fayette County students were the victims of an overnight shooting. The coroner says 15-year-old Kevin Olmeda died in the shooting.
A former deputy jailer in Kentucky has pleaded guilty in federal court to assaulting an inmate.
Also in Franklin County, a sheriff's deputy needed treatment after arresting a Lawrenceburg man on drug charges.
The Frankfort Police Department is asking for help finding two teenagers.
According to Old Friends Farm, Multiple grade 1 winner Private Zone was euthanized Saturday at Park Equine Hospital in Versailles.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office has arrested a woman after a shooting Saturday afternoon.
Before lawmakers left Frankfort for the weekend, they passed a resolution, honoring the Marshall County community in the wake of the school shooting there last week.
Flu remains widespread in every state, but Hawaii. In Kentucky, it is considered an epidemic.
Election season has officially arrived here in Kentucky as a historic number of candidates filed to run for office.
In just over a year, Kentucky's prisons could be out of space. Justice Cabinet Secretary John Tilley says state prisons are already full, but by May 2019 the state might have to release thousands of inmates classified as non-violent.