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Group behind white power flyers says they’re not hateful, Rabbi disagrees

Over the weekend some people in Central Kentucky received white supremacy flyers at their homes.

Flyers, threat prompt anti-hatred education effort

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - In response to flyers of hate, and a threatening phone call to the center, Chabad of the Bluegrass will launch...

White nationalist flyers appear at University of Louisville

Campus police in Kentucky are investigating a series of flyers promoting a white nationalist group at the University of Louisville.

Avoid Zika virus with these tips from FCPS

A flyer from Fayette Co. Public Schools focuses on steps Kentuckians can take to avoid the Zika virus.

Eat hearty, and send ‘Team Kentucky’ to 2016 Transplant Games

Two Lexington restaurants want to get 'Team Kentucky' to the 2016 Transplant Games.

Group: Principal should allow anti-abortion flyers

A national anti-abortion group says a northern Kentucky high school student's right to free speech is being denied after a principal deemed the content of flyers he created "too controversial" to post around the campus.

Top WTVQ.com Stories in 2014

As the calendar changes to another year, many people look to improve, setting New Year’s resolution for 2015.

Fake Ebola Fliers in Franklin County

There have been no cases of Ebola in Kentucky but fear of the disease is being felt particularly strong in Franklin County after a flier showed up in neighborhood. State health officials call the flier a fake.

Lexington Neighborhood Finds Flyers from KKK

Some people in a Lexington neighborhood woke up to find flyers from the Ku Klux Klan outside their homes.

Message of Hate

On the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a day meant to celebrate equality and unity, some people in Pulaski County woke up to a message of hate.

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Tenant arrested, accused of setting fire to Sen.-elect’s law office

A fire police say was deliberately set in Harlan left six people without a place to live and destroyed the law office of Johnnie Turner, who was just elected to the state senate, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Fayette student’s project featured in Farm Bureau’s “Science in Agriculture” contest

Project weighed the benefits of different materials to stop erosion.

Firefighters return to same house twice

Firefighters use 17,000 gallons of water to make sure it won't restart.