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Find out why Lexington Police Detective Steve Cobb was chosen as a Galls 911 Hero.
Fort Campbell soldiers, other military and first responders are being treated to a day of sports events at Murray State University this weekend.
The amusement park announced its Community Appreciation Days kicks off this weekend.
All three crashes happened Wednesday morning.
Firefighters go to work every day to protect the lives of others. Now, they're walking to raise awareness and call on the government to help save theirs.
A Cumberland County man was arrested Thursday after State Police say he made a bomb threat at the county justice center.
The Kentucky Autism Training Center at University of Louisville is providing training to first responders.
A Scott County woman had to be rescued from her burning home overnight.
Kentucky Kingdom is hosting a complimentary day at the park for all active-duty Louisville first responders.
The Lexington Fire Department is sponsoring a 4.03 mile run to honor the 403 public safety workers who were killed during the 9/11 attacks.
Well-known area Chef Love Talley opened up his mobile kitchen and his heart to feed the homeless in Winchester.
Hopkinsville businessman Daniel Conner spends his own time and money presenting the 'Flag of Heroes' to first responders in his area to show his appreciation for what they do to serve, protect and save.
Red Cross workers are providing canteen support to first responders fighting the wildfires in Harlan County and surrounding areas.
First responders met with business leaders in Lexington Friday morning to talk about safety.
Police in Georgetown started off their Friday with a good breakfast, thanks to the students at Anne Mason Elementary School.
On Saturday, as part of the nationwide drive "H2O for Heroes," Firehouse Subs is offering customers a free medium submarine sandwich in exchange for an unopened 24-pack of bottled water.
Hours of live music draw in many to support fallen officer Daniel Ellis and fallen paramedic John Mackey in Lexington.
Chef Love Talley of Talley’s BBQ gave out free Thanksgiving dinners to police, firefighters and paramedics on Thursday.
A new program in Kentucky could improve emergency care to people involved in a car crash.
"The addition of emergency medical services provider to the system will ensure that patients' end-of-life wishes are respected."
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