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State unveils first draft of COVID vaccine plan when becomes available

First phase will help ensure those most at risk - certain health care workers and first responders - have access to the vaccination

Meijer extends store hours, extends senior citizens hours

As economy reopens, store expands service

Restaurant group, others partnering to serve first responders, front-line workers

A Lexington-based restaurant group is teaming up with other groups to provide special services for first responders and health care workers during the coronavirus epidemic. And community partners and donors can join the effort to help even more.

For first responders, another case of ‘hand made with love’

Boyle County, Ky. (WTVQ) - They just keep showing up. A group needs something and someone, somewhere figures out a way to make it...

Health care workers, first responders honored by parade

From UK Police to dump trucks, a parade of vehicles will show appreciation Friday to front-line workers and first responders.

EMA crews work quickly when supplies arrive

It's a scene being duplicated at emergency management and health department offices across the state.

Galls posts statement; Lexington company caught in PPE shortage crossfire

A Lexington-based company known for its work in the community, especially with law enforcement, fire departments and first responders, is getting the wrong kind of national attention.

Pilot project first step in drive-through testing rollout

Pilot project first step in state's drive-through testing rollout.

Area counties get supplies from hoarding scheme

Counties along I-75 benefit from Tennessee brothers' ill-fated scheme.

First responders worried about child care

Lexington's Fraternal Order of Police and Lexington Professional Firefighters are asking the governor to allow some centers to stay open for them, just as he's allowing for healthcare professionals.

Kentucky gets its share of medical hoarding items

Law enforcement, first responders will benefit with Friday's donations.

Helping those who help others: Volunteer organization helps 1st responders after Nashville tornado

First Responders Missional Community, a volunteer organization, helps first responders affected by natural disasters.

911 Hero changing lives on-and-off duty around the world

Find out why Lexington Police Detective Steve Cobb was chosen as a Galls 911 Hero.

Soldiers, veterans, first responders invited to Murray games

Fort Campbell soldiers, other military and first responders are being treated to a day of sports events at Murray State University this weekend.

Free admission to King’s Island for teachers, first responders and healthcare professionals

The amusement park announced its Community Appreciation Days kicks off this weekend.

Lexington first responders involved in three crashes

All three crashes happened Wednesday morning.

WATCH: “My Brother’s Burden March” comes to Ky

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.

Burkesville man accused of making bomb threat at justice center

A Cumberland County man was arrested Thursday after State Police say he made a bomb threat at the county justice center.

Kentucky autism center to train first responders

The Kentucky Autism Training Center at University of Louisville is providing training to first responders.

Woman rescued from burning home in Scott County

A Scott County woman had to be rescued from her burning home overnight.

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The first Walk N Roll for Spina Bifida was held in-person Saturday.

Cats offense lays an egg in loss to Missouri, 20-10

COLUMBIA, Mo. (UK Athletics) – Missouri's defense held Kentucky in check all day as the Tigers broke a five-game losing streak to the Cats...

Lexington YMCA hosts “Trunk or Treat”

The YMCA usually hosts a fall festival inside but says something outdoors was needed to keep everyone safe and distanced.