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Rest areas temporarily open for I-64 in Woodford/Franklin counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that the east and westbound rest areas are open temporarily.

Judge rules state must disclose records, pay legal fees

Franklin County Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd ruled the state must disclose records, pay newspaper's legal costs

TRAFFIC ALERT: I64 EB back open after Wednesday morning crash

KYTC reported the wreck just before 7:30 a.m. Wednesday near the 54 mile marker.

Kentucky lawsuits against opioid makers moving forward in court

​​Four lawsuits against opioid makers and distributors are moving forward in court, according to Attorney General Andy Beshear. 

REMINDER: Closures scheduled for I-64 in Woodford/Franklin counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that temporary lane closures are scheduled for Interstate 64 westbound.

Accomplice in fatal robbery takes plea deal, will testify against alleged shooter

One of the three men accused in a string of 2017 robberies that resulted in the shooting death of a Hispanic immigrant at a gas station has pleaded guilty and will testify against his co-defendants.

Franklin, Woodford counties first to get new drivers licenses

Pilot rollout of the state's new drivers licenses begins in early April.

Kentucky’s Salato Wildlife Education Center is reopening

Complete with renovations made during the facility's winter closure

Franklin Co. deputies warn of mail scam

The Franklin County Sheriff's Department is warning residents about a mail scam going around. 

Stolen vehicle recovered, suspect still unidentified

The Franklin County Sheriff's Department needs help identifying a man they say stole a vehicle over the weekend.

Man shot by State Trooper is indicted

A man accused of injuring a State Trooper during an arrest attempt, who was shot by the Trooper, has been indicted.

Vehicle abandoned after attempting to cross high waters

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - In Franklin County, someone attempted to cross high waters, got stuck and abandoned the vehicle, according to the sheriff. Sheriff...

2 separate rollover crashes in Franklin Co., no one injured

There were two separate rollover crashes on I-64 in Franklin County Wednesday evening, according to the sheriff’s office.

Deputies: Body found in Elkhorn Creek

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - A body was found in Elkhorn Creek on Monday afternoon, according to the Franklin County Sheriff. The sheriff says the person...

Stabbing in Franklin County

Two men are behind bars after a stabbing in Franklin County. According to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office, Randy and Jeremiah Hazlett went to the Capitol Mobile Home Park on Georgetown Road after hearing their mother was in trouble.

UPDATE: Ramp to I-64 East Bound on US 127 South back open after crash

Officials say the accident on US 127 South has been cleared. The ramp is back open.

Body found near Kentucky River last week identified

The Franklin County Coroner has identified the body of a man found last week near the Kentucky River.

Motorcyclist dead after crash in Franklin County

The Franklin County Coroner's office says a motorcyclist has died after a crash Sunday afternoon on Versailles Road and Grandview Drive near the shell station.

UPDATE: 3 more bats found in Franklin Co. school; 1 positive for rabies

A Franklin County elementary school was shut down Thursday after a teacher found a rabid bat near the school's playground.

Sheriff’s son makes first court appearance for rape, sodomy charges

The son of a Kentucky sheriff made his first court appearance Wednesday in a rape case.

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EKU introduces Greg Todd as the program’s 10th women’s basketball head coach

RICHMOND, KY (WTVQ)- It's a homecoming and a dream come true for EKU's newest women's basketball head coach, Greg Todd. The Colonel alum was introduced...

Cross country trip for mental health awareness

A Michigan-based group is driving across America to raise awareness about mental health. It stopped in KY Wednesday.