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Federal officials have released emergency funds to help repair roads and bridges damaged by flooding last month in Kentucky.
Owingsville Police are asking for help identifying a man they say is passing around fake money.
The Fayette County coroner is asking for the public's help finding family members of 65-year-old Carlton Antonia Caruso, who passed away Wednesday.
Georgetown Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a pickup truck they say was used in a tire theft.
The program is administered for Kentucky American Water by Dollar Energy Fund in order to assist eligible customers in financial distress with their water bill payments.
MOREHEAD, Ky. (WTVQ) - A man in Morehead has been exposing himself to women, according to officials. Morehead Police say a man has been to...
Thousands of people are still without power Monday after Friday's storm plowed through the area.
The Woodford County Humane Society is now open again after Friday's storms.
The Madison County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in identifying the driver of a minor hit-and-run.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in locating a person missing since June 22, 2018.
The Fayette County coroner needs the public's help finding a man's relative.
The family of 31-year-old Bradley Owsley, the sixth person murdered in Lexington this year, is calling for some sort of action against gun violence in the wake of his death.
Call Winchester Police if you recognize the man in this sketch in connection to a possible child luring case.
The cold weather is dangerous for the homeless. The city is pleading for help.
Kentucky is spending $500,000 to create a phone number people can call to get help with opioid addiction.
The Fayette County coroner needs the public's help finding relatives of Roger Lee Martin, 54.
State Police are asking for the public's help finding an escapee from Fulton County.
The Cabinet for Health and Family Services has been awarded a $10 million federal grant to help with the state's drug addiction epidemic.
Volunteers will assist students with daily homework assignments, reading, and school projects.
The Simpsonville Police is asking for the public's help finding two woman they say stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.