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Tornado touched down in Hardin Co. Wednesday night

The National Weather Service was in Hardin County Thursday surveying damage from Wednesday night's storm.

Mom to Mom – Allergy proof your house

Fall is on its way and I'm trying to allergy proof my house. My son has terrible seasonal allergies and I'm trying to make it a little bit better for him.

Montgomery County family narrowly escapes flash flooding

People in Montgomery County are beginning the clean-up after Sunday's flash flooding damaged dozens of homes and businesses.

Residents warned of renting/buying scam in Rowan County

Many of the properties have already been rented or purchased.

Bill would let regulators set price for excess solar power

A bill moving through the Kentucky legislature would let state regulators decide how much money people with solar panels on their homes would be paid for the extra energy they generate.

Overnight shootings have neighbors fearful to be in their own homes

It was a frightening night for several families in Lexington as three separate shootings left three homes riddled with bullets.

LPD: Homes and cars damaged after shooting on N. Upper Street

Lexington Police say they are investigating an early morning shooting that damaged several homes and cars on North Upper Street.

Fuel spill leads to evacuations in Casey County

Homes and businesses were evacuated following a fuel spill in Casey County on Tuesday, according to county dispatchers.

Stamp Out Hunger bags to be sent to Lexington homes

Postal workers and city officials want to make sure Lexington residents are ready for the 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive.

Estill Co. still cleaning up after storms

People in Estill County are still trying to put their lives back together after dangerous storms hit earlier this month.

Estill County holds benefit concert for storm victims

People in Estill County are still trying to put their lives back together after dangerous storms hit earlier this month.

Estill Co. storm victims still in need of supplies

Estill County Emergency Management officials say they are still in need of supplies, food and volunteers to help clean up from last week’s storms.

Estill County Emergency Management continues to receive damage reports

Estill County’s Emergency Management Agency says it continues to receive reports of damaged homes after last week’s severe storms.

Families return home after gas leak in Mt. Sterling

Montgomery County Emergency Management says 16 homes were evacuated on Tuesday afternoon after a gas line ruptured in the 1500 block of Harpers Ridge Road.

Jimmy Nash Is Back Showing Off Their “Homes of the Month”

In the process of buying a home? Laura Ratliff & Jenn Pullins of Jimmy Nash Homes are back with their homes of the month and today we got an inside look at two gorgeous homes.

Jimmy Nash Homes

Looking to buy a new home? Today, Laura & Jenn of Jimmy Nash Homes stopped by to talk about two beautiful homes they have available for purchase in two gorgeous neighborhoods!

LFUCG: Stormwater project to ease flooding in neighborhood

Lexington spending $2,852,926 to increase the capacity of the stormwater system in the Joyland neighborhood.

UPDATE: All clear given after chlorine leak at sewer plant

Officials in a southcentral Kentucky town say they've given the all clear after a chlorine leak at a sewer treatment plant prompted evacuations.

Foster Care Review Boards calling for volunteers

Kentucky is calling for volunteers for its Citizen Foster Care Review Boards, which work with the courts to ensure the state's foster children are placed in permanent homes as quickly as possible.

Beshear orders national background checks for nursing homes

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has ordered nursing homes and other health care providers to run national background checks on all new employees or risk losing their license to operate in the state.

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Man charged with credit card fraud

Man arrested after citizens help ID him.

Home sales continue to rebound across the state

Big increase over last year after COVID impact

Recovery effort continues for missing kayaker

Man missing since Sunday evening.

Brass Band Festival gets new executive director

Two new board members also named.