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Giving thanks to those who helped during flooding

A nursing home in Lee County wanted to do something special for the first responders and volunteers who helped during the flooding back in March.

Students watch friends and family in India fight COVID-19

We're seeing fewer cases in Kentucky but the Coronavirus is still causing some people here fear and pain as they watch friends and family an ocean away suffer.

Volunteers back at CHI Saint Joseph Health

It's national volunteer week, so to honor those who serve,  Saint Joseph Health welcomed them back for the first time in over a year.

Rhema Word Foundation gives relief and resources to victims of abuse

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - A new nonprofit in town aims to help surviving victims of abuse. This afternoon the Rhema Word Foundation in Lexington had...

28 new vaccine sites, new cases below 1,000; eviction, unemployment updates

Governor, state officials update Kentuckians on winter storm safety, unemployment insurance, long-term care visitation

Child care aid providing relief for employees and families

The child care industry in Kentucky and across the country has been hit hard financially by the covid pandemic during the last year.

Local health officials encourage the community to keep up holiday lights

Baptist Health Hardin leadership is asking Central Kentucky to keep holiday lights on display through January 31.

Salvation Army still has hundreds of ‘angels’ who need adopting

Salvation Army has more kids in need this year.

ABC 36 Golden Care: A mother’s last wish

Mother's wish was for her to know love, live her life.

Harrodsburg Police need help locating some people

Police department asks community's help identifying, locating people.

Volunteers helping families impacted by Hurricane Laura

Red Cross volunteers have made their way down south to help with families who are in need of shelter as Hurricane Laura makes its way through.

‘Kentucky CSI’ is new name for an ongoing mission

Provides help, support for students, others in need.

Kentuckians’ 112-mile relay helps children in Haiti

Effort will raise money to turn 'sticks' into homes of stone.

No walk-up service for unemployment insurance available in Frankfort Monday

Last week, long lines of Kentuckians waiting in the hot sun for hours in Frankfort made national headlines, symbolic of the impact coronavirus has had on the economy. 

Governor makes urgent plea for glove donations

The state needs donations of at least one million gloves for the medical community and first responders to head off a shortfall and what could be the next run on PPE supplies.

Funding released to help repair flood-damaged roads, bridges

Federal officials have released emergency funds to help repair roads and bridges damaged by flooding last month in Kentucky.

Police need help finding man passing fake money in Owingsville

Owingsville Police are asking for help identifying a man they say is passing around fake money.

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2021 36 Blitz: Frankfort Panthers

FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) - Last season the Frankfort panther went 2 and 5. Their fewest wins since 2015. Considering what they were up against...

Madison County Public Schools not requiring masks to begin school year

Masks will be required to be worn on regular bus routes to and from school, according to the district's Return to School Plan.

State-run health facilities get new COVID rules, mask-mandate not off table: Beshear

State has seen 38 straight days of increased positivity