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Kentucky State Police holiday commercial honors fallen Troopers

Kentucky State Police released an emotional holiday commercial Thursday, asking Kentuckians to remember fallen Troopers.

REAL ID’s available for Shelby County residents

Voluntary Travel ID’s are now available for people who live in Shelby County.

Black Friday climate strike: Together Frankfort/Facebook

Some people left the stores behind this Black Friday choosing a different way to gather. 

Owen County residents can now get REAL ID’s

Owen is the latest added to the list of counties eligible to get Voluntary Travel ID's from the state.

One man recovering from gunshot wound in Frankfort after dispute

Frankfort Police said a man was shot in what started as domestic dispute.

Commission publicly reprimands former Kentucky judge

The Judicial Conduct Commission has publicly reprimanded a former Kentucky judge for ethics violations.

Frankfort brothers plead guilty in wage theft case

Two Frankfort brothers pleaded guilty Thursday in a wage theft case and one of the two also pleaded guilty in a separate child pornography case, according to federal prosecutors. 

Tools seized in vending machine theft case, three arrested

Three men from Mount Sterling were arrested in connection to a vending, arcade and lottery machine theft case in addition to a shoplifting case from a Walmart, according to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.

Ky. woman charged in parking garage slaying

A Kentucky woman has pleaded not guilty to complicity to murder charges in the slaying of a man killed in a Frankfort parking garage.

UPDATE: Victims, suspect identified in Frankfort shooting

Frankfort police have released the identity of the man killed and the other man injured after a shooting Monday night in Frankfort.

Frankfort man sentenced to prison for lying during gun purchase

A Franklin County man was sentenced to 18-months in federal prison for lying while trying to buy a handgun about whether he was legally allowed to purchase a weapon, according to prosecutors.

Kentucky Republican pre-files legislation that would ban sanctuary cities

A Republican state representative has pre-filed legislation that would ban sanctuary cities in Kentucky. 

Nearby neighbors talk about the park shooting in Frankfort

Police in Frankfort are looking for the person or the people who fired shots at a Frankfort park on Monday.

Historical soil in Frankfort making its way to a special display

In Frankfort, activists remember two lynchings from Kentucky's past with a Soil Ceremony.

Official: Spill may have caused fish kill in Kentucky creek

Officials say untreated wastewater from a distillery in Kentucky has spilled into a creek, killing an unknown number of fish.

New state office building in downtown Frankfort officially named

A new state office building was officially named during a ceremony in downtown Frankfort on Tuesday.

Grand Theatre

President of Frankfort's Grand Theatre Bill Cull came by to talk about their upcoming lineup for the fall season.

Couple dead, daughter injured in apparent murder-suicide

A couple is dead and their daughter slightly injured in an apparent murder-suicide at a home in Frankfort, according to investigators.

Lawmakers try to pass pension bill during special session

On Friday, the special session began and lawmakers are trying to provide pension relief to state agencies.

Public hearing held for proposed ban of tattooing over scars

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - New proposed tattoo regulations from the state have a lot of people talking, especially a proposal banning tattooing over scars. Some...

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Historical flooding causes severe damage in Beattyville

Downtown Beattyville in Lee County is washed out.

Powell county residents cleaning up after flood

Clay City residents are left cleaning up, after the Red River reached levels they haven't seen in over 40 years.