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Georgetown Police investigating shots fired after an alleged fight

Officers say there was a fight that led to shots fired. All persons of interest have been identified, according to police.

Report: Richmond’s IT Director fired for violating city policy

Tracy Bryant is accused of accessing another city employee's information in an effort to get that person fired, according to the Richmond Register.

UPDATE: Employee fired over role in hanging effigy of governor; Beshear comments

An employee of the Neil Huffman Auto Group was fired for alleged involvement in hanging an effigy of Governor Andy Beshear in a tree near the State Capitol on Sunday. 

Logan’s, Old Chicago employees terminated

The parent company of Logan's and Old Chicago restaurants notified its furloughed employees they have been fired, effective March 31, according to new bankruptcy filings.

Iran launches missiles at US military facilities in Iraq: US official

Multiple missiles have been launched at Iraq from Iran targeting American military facilities, according to a U.S. official.

Kentucky corrections officer fired after repeated violations

A Kentucky corrections officer previously suspended for excessive use of force and several other violations, has been fired.

Fired Hampton aide appeals dismissal to Personnel Board

Adrienne Southworth is seeking reinstatement to her job as Hampton's deputy chief of staff as well as back pay and benefits. She filed her appeal Friday.

Bevin administration fires Hampton’s chief of staff

The Lexington Herald-leader reports Hampton's chief of staff Steve Knipper said he was notified Tuesday that he was being terminated without cause.

Trump and Omarosa spar over claim he used N-word

President Donald Trump and former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman faced off in a messy clash that involved an explosive tell-all book, secret recordings, an ethnic slur and plenty of insults — reviving their roles as reality show boss and villain.

Police recruit fired over inappropriate social media posts

A police recruit in Kentucky has been fired over social media posts that used offensive slurs to refer to black and gay people.

Ex-Montgomery Co. chorus teacher sues district for sex discrimination

A former Montgomery County middle school chorus teacher has filed a federal lawsuit against the school district, saying his firing was an act of sexual discrimination.

Fort Campbell probes Jewish services volunteer’s dismissal

A Fort Campbell official says the Army post is investigating why a volunteer who provided holy day and weekly Jewish services was terminated.

Lexington police receive call of shots fired on Chris Dr.

Lexington police responded to a call of shots fired on Chris Drive Thursday morning.

Garrison Keillor says fired over alleged improper behavior

Garrison Keillor, the former host of "A Prairie Home Companion," has been fired over alleged improper behavior.

UPDATE: Fired Kentucky state worker sent personal mails to women

A former University of Kentucky basketball player was fired from his job in the Labor Cabinet last month after sending personal emails to women on his government computer.

Former Kentucky player loses state job after two months

Winston Bennett, former University of Kentucky basketball player, was fired from his job in the Labor Cabinet after working there for 2 1/2 months.

Former UK basketball player gets fired from state job

A former University of Kentucky basketball player was fired from his job in the Labor Cabinet after working there for 2 1/2 months.

Misconduct charges against former deputy jailer dismissed

A criminal case against a former deputy jailer that resulted from inmates' complaints of mistreatment has been dismissed.

Rick Pitino gives ESPN first interview since firing

Former coach Rick Pitino talked to ESPN in detail about a federal investigation into the bribery of student-athletes was made public.

Pitino’s out. What’s next?

Rick Pitino has officially been fired. So, what happens now?

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Project Friendship plans to donate One Million in winter clothes to those in need

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Queenslake Horse Farm hosts COVID-19 safe Halloween light show

With the help of Cincy Illuminations, The Chmela's transformed the main house at Queenslake Horse Farm into a COVID-19 safe and family friendly drive-thru light show.

Maggie’s Light LLC offering comfort to grieving families

A non-profit organization is trying to shine some pink and blue light on the month of October.
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Mayor addresses concerns people have with University of Somerset plans

People reading the website worried about the university's inclusiveness.