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Habitat for Humanity builds home for Lexington family

Day one of the build has passed and the walls have gone up on one woman's dream for her and her family.

Car crashes into Winchester home

According to the Clark County Fire Department, the driver lost control in a sharp curve on Log Lick Road.

LPD: Shots fired into home and vehicle overnight

Lexington Police say someone fired shots into a home and vehicle overnight.

Man accused of firing shots at man’s home

A Pulaski County man faces an attempted murder charge after police say he shot at a man's home following a violent confrontation with the man.  

Remains identified as missing Breathitt County woman

State Police confirm that human remains found in a remote area of Lee County Saturday night belong to a missing Breathitt County woman.

Kentucky AG office can’t determine whether meeting broke law

The Courier-Journal reports Attorney General Andy Beshear's office ruled Monday it couldn't establish that the Jefferson County Board of Assessment Appeals violated the law.

Stanton man arrested after body is found in home

A Powell County man was arrested after a man's body was found in a house in Stanton on Tuesday, according to State Police.

Lexington Fire: Two firefighters were injured when second floor of a home collapsed

Two Lexington fire fighters were injured during a house fire off of Rolling Ridge Friday morning, according to officials.

Police: Man shot after bullet comes through window

A man was shot inside of his home when a bullet came through the window, according to officials.

Board delays decision on value of Kentucky governor’s home

Local officials are reconsidering the value of a home Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin purchased from a friend and campaign donor.

Officials to reconsider value of Kentucky governor’s home

Bevin and his wife purchased the home in March for $1.6 million. Jefferson County officials say the home is worth $2.9 million.

Ethics panel advises Beshear to not investigate Bevin

Attorney General Andy Beshear had asked the Executive Branch Ethics Commission if it would be proper for him to investigate whether Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's purchase of a Louisville home from a campaign donor violated state law.

The Garden Guy – Getting Your Vegetables Started in the Garden

It's now time to get your vegetables in the garden. Get them out there. Whether you do a container garden or whether you put them in the ground, and you till them, and you sweat your behind off, and you're weeding like nothing

LPD: Shelby Street home hit by bullets, five people inside

Police responded to a shots fired call in the 500 block of Shelby Street Sunday evening.

UK invites public to welcome veterans back from Honor Flight on Saturday

The University of Kentucky is inviting the public to join in welcoming home veterans returning from the UK Honor Flight.

Fire guts Loudon Avenue home

Firefighters remain on the scene of a house fire on East Loudon Avenue that broke out Friday morning.

Judge: Group home resident charged in slaying is incompetent

A judge says a man charged with killing a caretaker at the Kentucky group home where he lived is incompetent to stand trial.

Shots fired, front door glass shattered in home

Lexington Police are investigating after shots were fired Wednesday afternoon that left the glass in a home's front door shattered.

Woman comes home to find stranger passed out in her bed

The Knox County Sheriff says a woman had an unexpected visitor when she returned to her home on Wednesday.

UPDATE: New details in attempted vehicle theft, imprisonment at Georgetown home

A bizarre and frightening incident in Georgetown on Wednesday, where officers say a man was arrested after trying to steal a vehicle, and then holding a woman at knifepoint in a home.

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Sports fans tired of the back and forth: Reaction after Fayette Co. moves to ‘orange zone’

Some people at the Bryan Station vs. Lafayette football game Friday night say they're tired of the back and forth.
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Louisville 11 p.m. update: Man charged with aiming laser at chopper, church provides refuge

People remained largely peaceful Friday night on the sidewalk surrounding the First Unitarian Church, with some yelling “say her name, Breonna Taylor.”