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‘Singing Bridge’ Reopens In Frankfort

The 'Singing Bridge' in downtown Frankfort reopened Thursday after being closed last March for repairs and painting.
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Update: One Of Two Suspects In Frankfort Homicide Arrested

Frankfort Police say they've arrested one of the two suspects in Monday morning's fatal shooting.

Update: Frankfort Police Find Car Connected To Shooting, Name Victim

Frankfort police say they've found the Honda connected to the Monday morning fatal shooting of Jafari Hart, 16.

Benefit Run Saturday In Honor Of Teen Killed In Wreck

A benefit run is scheduled for Saturday, July 14, at Derby Cycle in Frankfort in honor of Trista Shoemaker. The teen was killed in a car accident. The money will fund a scholarship in Shoemaker's name that will go to a Western Hill High Senior.

UK Tennis Coach Leads Camp

Members of the Frankfort Tennis Association held a Junior Team Tennis Camp tonight, which was led by UK Coach Emery.
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Kentucky Military History Museum To Temporarily Close For Renovations

The Kentucky Military History Museum at the State Arsenal in Frankfort will temporarily close July 28th to complete renovations. It is scheduled to reopen next March.

Suspects Sought In Frankfort Robbery Investigation

Police want to find three suspects, after someone was hurt while being robbed in Frankfort overnight.
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Frankfort Police: Mail Carrier Attacked By Dog

Frankfort Police said a mail carrier was attacked by a pit bull Thursday morning on Swigert Avenue. Investigators said the carrier suffered "significant injuries."
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Police Offering Reward For Frankfort Man

Frankfort Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the capture of Clarence Oglesby, 46.
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Frankfort Police: Woman Cut During Fight

Police in Frankfort say a fight, led to a woman getting cut.

Limiting Use Of Lasix Debated At Town Hall Meeting

The Kentucky Racing Commission heard from the public at a town hall meeting Tuesday afternoon on limiting the use of the anti-bleeding drug Lasix in horse racing.

Coal Miners And Environmentalists On Collision Course At EPA Hearing

Coal miners and environmentalists held separate protests prior to a scheduled federal EPA hearing on Kentucky mine permits Tuesday evening. It was jobs versus the environment.

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