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As COVID numbers remain high, state encourages holiday precautions

Holiday gatherings have health experts worried about another surge.

Senior Sleigh brightening up Kentucky nursing homes

Believe it or not Christmas is about a week away and while many of you might still be buying presents, some seniors across Central Kentucky got theirs early.

Free holiday STEM virtual family night coming up

Event is fun intro to Christmas season.

Bringing seniors holiday joy during the pandemic

This year especially, it'll be harder for seniors to have a happy holiday but not if "senior sleigh" has anything to do about it.

Firefighters, troopers give, get Christmas cheer

Children's smiles warm volunteers' hearts

City’s COVID testing has holiday changes, new sites next week

Most sites open Tuesday and Wednesday this week

Beshear, other regional governors urge holiday COVID safety

Governor and counterparts in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin ask everyone to follow medical experts advice, do their part to protect front-line workers

Fayette County Schools pausing limited in-person learning

Fayette County Schools is pausing its limited in-person learning program before Thanksgiving as coronavirus cases rise in Lexington and across the state.

To discourage travel, Labor Day not a holiday at UK

New web site includes variety of information on testing, results, status.

July 4 holiday alters Lexington trash schedule

Wednesday, Thursday will be pick-up days for normal Friday.

Juneteenth will be a UK holiday next year: Capilouto

Joins growing movement to recognize day's significance

Support grows in General Assembly for Juneteenth holiday

Majority, Minority leads issue support

Presidents’ Day collection schedule announced in Lexington

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management says no collections will be made on Presidents' Day, Monday, February 17. 

Students in Lexington honor Dr. King’s legacy through art

Students at Yates Elementary School are decorating brown paper grocery bags with portraits of MLK. They will be given to a local Kroger store.

AAA expects millions to travel for the holidays

It's the weekend before the holidays and AAA is expecting millions of people to be traveling on the roads and in the sky.

Lexington’s Hope Center asks for holiday donations

Lexington's Hope Center is asking for donations of winter gear, clothing and toys by December 16 for its clients and children.

‘No Hunger Holidays’ in Lexington to provide food and fun

A popular Italian food chain is partnering with local businesses to feed families and provide holiday fun in Lexington.

AAA expects millions of travelers for the holiday weekend

55 million people are expected to travel this holiday weekend by plane, train, and cars according to AAA.

Kentucky safety officials advise ‘Buckle Up Phone Down’

Kentucky Office of Highway Safety officials say this is one of the busiest travel times, and deaths and injuries can be prevented by fastening safety belts.

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UPDATE: Power has been restored to Berea after large outage

Berea Utilities lost one phase of the transmission line feeding the city, resulting in the power outage.

Early morning Lexington car theft turns into shooting

The robbery happened at Kenesaw Drive around 1:30 a.m. Monday morning

Three African American historic sites receive $150,000 to help with preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that 40 grants totaling over $3 million will be distributed nationally.

Highway 127 Yard Sale kicking off early

Vendors at the nearly 700-mile long sale begin setting up and selling on July 29 and will sell until Sunday, August 8.