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30-minute special , ‘Haunted, Historic Kentucky’ gets in the Halloween spirit

HAUNTED, HISTORIC KENTUCKY! With the Kentucky Historical Society and WTVQ-TV ABC 36!

Berea home to ‘hottest’ Halloween event

Hot air balloon show part of Halloween celebration.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Town plans ‘safe’ adult trick or treat, art decorates downtown

Students paint business windows, carved pumpkins lit and on display already, event Friday.

Kentucky’s favorite Halloween candy is Swedish fish?

Candy corn takes top spot among WTVQ viewers, Reese's and Kit Kat next

Mayor Gorton addresses voting, Halloween plans

Changes in city plans due to COVID-19

Lexington sets trick-or-treat hours, hosting some events

Some activities at parks still happening; extra police patrols scheduled

State issues Halloween guidelines, Fayette Mall cancels annual trick-or-treating

State says use "common sense," focus on kids, not adults

Winchester sets Halloween schedule, event plans coming

HalloweenMania won't be held downtown, other event being planned.

Hazard sets Halloween guidelines, asks outdoor activities

City and county also ask that everything be done Halloween night.

Lexington Trick or Treats the weekend after Halloween

Trick or Treating was moved to Saturday afternoon because of the cold and wet weather on Halloween.

Family dresses up as the “Monster Mash” crew for Halloween

A central Kentucky family has been preparing for Halloween for two months.

Trick-or-treat postponed until Saturday in Madison County

With poor weather forecasted for Halloween and the day prior, leaders in Madison County say they're postponing trick-or treating until Saturday, November 2nd from 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

Downtown Thriller Parade draws thousands of people

Lexington's biggest Halloween party took place downtown and the thriller parade was a crowd pleaser for the thousands of people who came out to celebrate.

Kids aren’t the only ones getting into the Halloween spirit

Halloween isn't just for kids anymore, grown-ups are as much a part of the holiday as the children, dressing up and having fun.  

Laurel Co. man arrested for public intoxication

Deputies in Laurel County arrested a man who may be taking the Halloween season a little too seriously, according to officials.

Adair County students suspended over Halloween costumes

Two Adair County students are in trouble after dressing up at school for Halloween as the Columbine shooters.

3-year-old trick-or-treater hit by truck in Kentucky

Kentucky police say a drunken driver backed his truck into a 3-year-old girl who was trick-or-treating, sending her to the hospital.

Franklin Co. Sheriff’s Dept. checks candy for kids

As expected, children went trick or treating on Halloween. But, that means some hidden dangers.

Michael Jackson makes his way down Lexington’s Main Street

Despite the chill, some Lexintonians had a thrill Sunday night

Headless Horseman to appear at Keeneland Saturday

The Headless Horseman to appear Saturday as part of Keeneland's Halloween celebration to end the Fall Meet.

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COVID-19 vaccine plan shared with lawmakers

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