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Deputies: Arrest made after chase in Laurel Co.

Laurel County deputies make arrest after a car chase then a foot chase, according to officials.

Most campgrounds reopening Friday at Land Between the Lakes

Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area says it plans to open most campgrounds and attractions on Friday but will have some flood-related limitations.

London man charged with sodomy

Laurel County Sheriff’s Office arrested a London man on charges of sodomy Friday.

Possible lane closures on I-75 in Lexington Friday, Saturday

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says lane closures could affect Interstate 75 in Lexington Friday and Saturday. 

Rite Aid stores in Kentucky to reopen as Walgreens Friday

Rite Aid stores in Kentucky closed early Thursday and will reopen in the morning as Walgreens as part of a multi-billion dollar buyout.

Fayette County Public Schools dismissing two hours early Friday

Fayette County Public Schools will dismiss two hours early on Friday due to the approaching winter storm.

Fayette County Public Schools cancel classes Friday

Due to the cold weather, Fayette County Public Schools cancelled classes for Friday, January 5, 2018.

Nicholasville police officer involved in collision

A Nicholasville police officer was involved in a collision Friday which led to a temporary road closure.

$750,000 Tapit mare highlights Friday sale at Keeneland

Friday's session of the November Breeding Stock Sale at Keeneland was topped by the Tapit mare Tension in foal to Curlin for $750,000.

Armed robbery reported across from UK Police Station

The University of Kentucky sent out an alert to students Friday night after a reported armed robbery directly across the street from the UK Police Station.

Two people shot in Lexington

Lexington Police say a man and woman were wounded in what they believe was a drug-related shooting Friday night.

LPD: Shots fired at someone in a car on Seventh Street

Lexington Police say shots were fired at someone sitting in a car at Seventh Street and North Broadway in Lexington Friday afternoon.

Gio Ponti filly leads Friday at Keeneland September Yearling Sale

A filly by Gio Ponti sold for $115,000 to John Brocklebank, agent for R 3 Stable, to be the top price during Friday’s penultimate session of Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale.

Lexington Fire: Two firefighters were injured when second floor of a home collapsed

Two Lexington fire fighters were injured during a house fire off of Rolling Ridge Friday morning, according to officials.

Temporary lane closure planed for I-75 in Fayette Co. Friday

The transportation cabinet says that rehabilitation operations are rescheduled for the Interstate 75 ramps in Fayette County.

Disaster training at London-Corbin Airport

London-Corbin Airport officials say they are having mock disaster training for a plane crash all day Thursday and part of Friday, according to the airport.

Kentucky park campgrounds opening this week

The Kentucky Parks Department says state park campgrounds will be open Friday, and some promotional offers are being extended.

Catholics allowed to eat meat on St. Patrick’s Day this Friday

NATIONAL (WTVQ)-  With St. Patrick's Day this Friday, people are preparing and excited to eat traditional foods including corned beef and other savory treats. However, with the...

Lee Co. Schools Closed Friday

The Lee County School District has announced that schools will be closed Friday, January 27th due to illness.

Corbin Independent Schools Closed Friday Due to Illness

Corbin Independent Schools will be closed Friday, January 20, 2017, due to illness.

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