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Floyd County confirms first coronavirus case

Floyd County has become the latest in the state to confirm its first case of the coronavirus.

Adair County has first COVID-19 death

County reports first death, an 83-year old woman who was in the hospital.

Wilderness first aid training to be offered at Kentucky park

State parks officials in Kentucky say a wilderness advanced first aid training course will be offered later this year at Natural Bridge State Resort Park.

Kentucky ranks #1 in new gun owners

A new study says Kentucky is by far the leading state in the nation when it comes to new gun owners, with close to one percent of the total population buying a gun for the first time this year.

Rotary Club announces First Responders Appreciation Week

Mayor Jim Gray was on-hand Tuesday morning, as the Rotary Club of Lexington held a press conference encouraging businesses, restaurants, and schools around the city to show their appreciation during the inaugural First Responders Appreciation Week, which will run from May 22nd through the 26th.

Bill Advances to Make it a Hate Crime to Attack Police

Kentucky lawmakers have advanced a bill that would make it a hate crime to attack law enforcement officers and other first responders.

WKU Touts Summer Program for First-Year Students

Western Kentucky University is touting a new program aimed at easing students' transition into college.

Nicholasville’s “First Vineyard” added to National Registry of Historic Places

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)-When you think of Kentucky you think of horses, the Kentucky Derby, maybe Kentucky bourbon. But wine isn't usually the first thing that comes to mind...

Bill aims to crackdown on repeat DUI offenders

Representative Jim DuPlessis (R-Elizabethtown) has pre-filed a bill that will eliminate the loop hole of people who receive multiple “first” offense penalties.

Benefit concert to be held for slain 6-year-old

The Woodford Co. High School Chamber Orchestra will be performing a set of Christmas and Winter-themed music at the First Christian Church of Versailles on Thursday, December 10.

Chef Talley giving thanks to first responders with free box lunch

Chef Love Talley of Talley's BBQ wants to give thanks to first responders in Fayette Co. by offering them a free box lunch on November 26.

Vigil for emergency responders to be held in Estill Co.

Citing recent acts of violence against emergency responders, and motivated by the recent shooting of Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis, the Irvine Police Department has announced a prayer vigil to be held on November 7 in front of the Estill County Courthouse.

$2.7M in State Homeland Security grants for first responder projects

Governor Steve Beshear announced $2.7 million in State Homeland Security Program grants for 117 projects across the Commonwealth Wednesday.

Mine rescue teams from around US competing in Kentucky

Mine rescue teams from 12 states are in Lexington for a competition that helps train first responders in deadly situations underground.

Lexington first responders to help in Johnson County

Police officers, firefighters and paramedics there have been working around the clock trying to help their community. And now more help is on the way.

First responders help first responders in Johnson Co.

First responders from Lexington will be traveling to Johnson Co. to aid first responders affected by recent storms and flooding.

Benefits of shopping locally

Non-profit group Local First Lexington says supporting businesses in your hometown benefits everyone.

Largest Move In Day For U.K. Dorms

More than 2,500 new Wildcat freshmen moved into the U.K. dorms Friday, according the university's public relations department.

First Day of School After Fire in Lincoln County

A later-than-expected return to school for students in Lincoln County after a major fire at the Board of Education building sent the school system scrambling to re-group and neighboring Garrard County stepped-up to help.

Frankfort Police Search for First Baptist Robber

Officers in Frankfort want to find the man they believe broke into a church Sunday afternoon and then held a worker at gunpoint.

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Three new coronavirus-related deaths, two in Fayette County

The state reported 277 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as the number of positive cases continues to climb.

Renters burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

Twenty fire units were on the scene so the department could rotate firefighters to keep them fresh and protect them from heat-related injuries.

UPDATE: Pike County man missing since June found safe

Roger Daniel Anderson was found safe Sunday afternoon, according to the Pike County Sheriff's Office.

Health department district warns of coronavirus clusters with several links

Connections spread out over several areas, including a restaurant.