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UPDATE: “Food for Fines” Program in Final Week

The Lexington Parking Authority says that the "Food for Fines" canned food drive collected nearly 5,100 food items in the first four weeks of the program

Local Musicians Play at Alltech’s “Celebration of Song” in Lexington

Sunday night, local musicians gathered for Alltech's 11th annual "Celebration of Song" in Lexington.

Holiday Budgeting – MoneyWise

Doug High sits down with Associate Extension professor Jennifer Hunter, who shares some tips on keeping the holiday shopping budget in check.

Holiday Travel Preps – Tire Discounters

Ben Sweger, with Tire Discounters, talks to Meterologist Eric Burke about making sure your vehicle is ready before heading out for the holidays.

Wild Thyme – Gingerbread House

Allison Davis, owner and chef from Wild Thyme shows us how to create the perfect Gingerbread house for the holidays.

Lexington Shoppers Celebrate Small Business Saturday

Everyone knows how the holiday season goes. We start with Thanksgiving, then Black Friday shopping, but we cannot forget Small Business Saturday.

Holiday Waste Collection Schedule Announced

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.

Kentucky State Police watching for unsafe holiday driving

Kentucky State Police will be participating in the Thanksgiving holiday enforcement period starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday and running through Sunday night.

Drivers Should Expect Heavy Traffic Wednesday in Downtown Lexington

Lexington police are warning drivers about traffic congestion Wednesday downtown.

Holiday Shopping Tips – Apprisen 11-21

Yes, Black Friday is coming, but that doesn't mean you have to end up black and blue! It's all about your plan of attack, says Johnny Cantrell, with Apprisen. He shares his holiday shopping tips with Troy Thompson and Katie Solove, including taking the weekend off and getting in on the Cyber Monday specials.

Holiday Decorating – House by J Designs 11-21

They're beautiful, unique, and just in time for the holidays! Designer Stuart Hunt with JSD Designs, LLC drops by the studio to share his dazzling creations that will bring the season to life in your home!

Kentucky Horse Park to Close for Thanksgiving Holiday

The Kentucky Horse Park will be closed on Wednesday, Nov. 23 and Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 24.

Liberty Place Holiday Luncheon 10-18

As heroin use in the region rises, more and more families are faced with loved ones struggling with addiction. Gwen Holder and Phyllis Fuchs, with Liberty Place, tell ABC 36's Matt Groves about a luncheon for people wrestling with substance abuse on November 5th at First Christian Church in Richmond.

Kentucky Horse Park Announces New Hours for Winter Season

The Kentucky Horse Park begins its winter season with new hours of operation and family events for the holiday season. From Nov. 7 until March 14, the park will be open Wednesdays through Sundays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Preliminary report: 12 drug deaths during holiday period

Public health officials say at least 12 drug overdose deaths occurred in Kentucky during the Labor Day weekend amid reports of more potent shipments of heroin circulating in the state.

Health Dept. issues tips on food safety during 4th of July holiday

A few extra food precautions can help keep your Fourth of July holiday from turning red, white and "ew."

Fourth of July holiday collection schedule released

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.

Lexington events honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Thousands are expected to visit downtown Lexington Monday to celebrate the legacy and message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

KSP: For holidays, give gift of life — buckle up

The Kentucky State Police request a unique Christmas gift from Kentuckians this year.

Waste Management releases holiday pick-up schedule

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.

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Father takes over baseball team for late son at Estill County High

Retired Estill County High School Baseball Coach Brian Crowe will take over the program again following the tragic death of his son, Blake.

Search on for missing Letcher County man

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of 27-year old Corey Neace should contact the Letcher County Sheriff's Office.

Police: Man admits to shooting and killing woman in Winchester

Steven McGuire is accused of shooting and killing 34-year old Sheila Smith at an apartment on Main Street, according to Winchester Police.

UPDATE: UK wide receivers coach pleads not guilty in DUI case

37-year old Jovon Bouknight is accused of driving drunk and going at least 26 miles over the speed limit, according to Kenton County public records.