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Group shows support for police Sunday

A small group showed their support Sunday morning for Lexington Police outside headquarters on East Main Street.

Friends start funeral fund for parents killed in wreck after son’s graduation

Friends of a Fleming County couple killed in a car wreck after their son's graduation are raising money for the family.

11 year olds start lawn mowing business during pandemic

Most 11-year-olds choose to sit back and relax during their summer break but for two Georgetown girls, they choose to help others.

Thousands line the streets to welcome home paralyzed deputy

Scott County Deputy Jaime Morales received a hero's welcome on his return home after being shot in the line of duty in September.

WATCH: Friends remember Anita Madden

Wednesday afternoon, hundreds of people paid their respects to the well-known civic leader and socialite Anita Madden.

Friends remember legendary sportswoman and socialite Anita Madden

The love is pouring in today from people around the world, sharing their memories of legendary sportswoman and socialite Anita Madden who died Thursday at the age of 85.

Friends remember former UK player and Athletics Director C.M. Newton

Friends, fans and former co-workers of one-time UK athlete and athletic director C.M. Newton continue to mourn his dead.

Friends mourn the death of a woman found in tent over the weekend

We are learning more about the woman found dead outside in the cold in Lexington over the weekend.

Friends of Winchester shooting victims speak out

The two girls were students in Winchester, known for being kind-hearted and fun to be around.

Community mourns death of firefighter

Montgomery County firefighter, 52-year-old Dewon Wells has died.

Bill aimed at helping foster children wins final approval

Kentucky children could be placed with close family friends after being removed from their homes under a bill that has won final legislative approval.

Coroner Looking for Next-of-Kin, Friends of Deceased Woman

The Fayette County Coroner is asking for help from the public in finding family or friends of a woman who recently died at University of Kentucky Medical Center.

Fayette Co. Coroner Asks For Help Finding Relatives of Deceased

A release from the Fayette County Coroner's office asks for help from the public in finding relatives or friends of a man who died in his apartment on Ballpark Drive on Sunday.

Family of Murdered Toddler Host Candlelight Vigil

Family and friends came together to mourn two-year-old Nova Gallman's death at what they say was once one of her favorite places to play, Duncan Park.

Coroner asking for help finding next-of-kin

The Fayette County Coroner is asking for help from the public in locating family members of a man who died at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.

Old Friends Farm barn nearly finished

Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farm in Scott County has a new facility.

Love-A-Thon held to boost self-worth and confidence

Lexington's Tates Creek High School hosted a Love-A-Thon on Thursday evening.

Rebuilding burned barn at Old Friends Farm in Georgetown

Old Friends Farm plans to rebuild after fire.

Question of the Day 10-26-15

Question of the Day 10-26-15

Past Derby winner, Silver Charm, draws crowds to Old Friends Farm

All eyes will be on Kentucky Saturday for the 141st Kentucky Derby but in 1997, Silver Charm was the winner. He’s now retired at Old Friends Farm in Scott County and with the Derby approaching; he’s quite popular with visitors.

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Hundreds of cats and dogs rescued from overcrowded shelter

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - In early January, the Kentucky and Lexington Humane Societies traveled alongside BISSELL Pet Foundation and 14 other shelters to Helena,...

Kentucky Derby Festival 2021

The 2021 Kentucky Derby Festival has created a mix of both virtual and in-person (socially distanced) events.

Woodford, Fayette among four groups getting grants to boost local history efforts

Four Organizations Receive Grants to Boost Local History Efforts