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UPDATE: Chaplain makes it official, retires from PD

Former Lexington Police Chaplain Donovan Stewart will retire this weekend, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Panel to begin police review; offer input, watch the meeting

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council met Monday morning

Panel to begin police review; offer input, watch the meeting

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council met Monday morning

2 protestors arrested, jumped barricade police say

Police say they were charged with criminal trespassing.

Some Louisville police stage protest, walking out on mayor

Some Louisville Police officers walked out on the mayor to express their frustration amid demonstrations in the city over police interactions with African Americans.

Mayor Gorton looks into concerns at the Fayette Co. Detention Center

Corrections officers in Fayette County are accusing the jail of overworking them.

Beshear wins endorsement from Fraternal Order of Police

Beshear has stressed his record as attorney general in his campaign against Republican Gov. Matt Bevin.

Phone scam warning in Bell County

Somone is calling people claiming to be with a law enforcement agency or the Fraternal Order of Police, asking for money. Don't fall for it.

With teachers watching, Kentucky court considers pensions

Kentucky's governor and attorney general have argued before the state Supreme Court about the future of one of the country's worst-funded pension systems.

Plan for first responder memorial in Daviess County underway

A plan for a memorial honoring Daviess County's emergency responders who have died in the line of duty is underway.

Louisville protesters call for union chief’s dismissal

About a hundred protesters blocked streets in downtown Louisville to demand the president of the police union be fired for calling activists "liars and race-baiters"

Wreath laid at Fallen Officers’ Memorial in Lexington

The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) laid a wreath at the Fallen Officers' Memorial in Phoenix Park in Lexington on Wednesday evening. The ceremony was part of National Police Memorial Week.

Children Shop With A Cop In Lexington

Lexington Police officers volunteered their time Saturday morning to shop with kids at the Meijer store on Reynolds Road.

Lexington First Responders To Help With Tornado Relief

They're looking for donations of debris removal equipment, cleaning supplies, gift cards for the victims, clothes, toys, books, and money.

Fraternal Order of Police Pays Tribute to Fallen Officers

A tribute was held in Frankfort on Monday

FOP: Shop With Cop Struggling Following Spring Scam

The Bluegrass Fraternal Order of Police say following a scam phone call in the spring, folks are hesitant to donate to the Shop With a Cop Program.

Fraternal Order Of Police Helping Storm Victims

Chapters of the Fraternal Order of Police across the country, including in Lexington, are raising money and gathering supplies to help first responders who are storm victims themselves in the Northeast. Find out how you can help.

Firefighters Join Community To Remember Lives Lost In September 11th Attacks

Lexington firefighters climbed over a hundred flights of stairs today to honor their counterparts that died in the attacks at the World Trade Center.

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Two men wanted in connection with missing Nicholas County woman arrested

Two men wanted in connection to the 2016 disappearance of a Nicholas County woman are behind bars, according to deputies.

Tyler Childers shares his message for Kentuckians regarding the Black Lives Matter movement

Eastern Kentucky country music artist Tyler Childers is sharing his thoughts on racism and the black lives movement.

Two dead after single vehicle crash in Harlan County, troopers say

Kentucky State Police say two people are dead after a single vehicle crash Friday night.