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Veterans were honored at the Camp Nelson National Cemetery Friday morning.
Students at Transylvania University honored a former classmate Sunday.
Crowds showed support for Kentucky law enforcement by participating in the annual memorial motorcycle ride on Saturday.
Kentucky officials say that state cemeteries and nursing homes dedicated to veterans will hold Memorial Day ceremonies to honor military members who have died.
On Tuesday, central Kentucky commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam war today at Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Jessamine Co.
The vigil for 29-year-old Tina reynolds, 36-year-old Donald Hisle and 71-year-old Dixie Everman will be held at B & P Apartments on Springmist Lane.
A Lexington woman is desperately trying to find the Little Free Library she set up in her front yard that is now missing.
About 100 people in Lexington gathered Monday for national Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, to honor those who were killed at Pearl Harbor 74 years ago, as well as pay tribute to World War II military veterans.
Governor Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff today through sunset on Thursday, Nov. 19, in honor of the victims of last week’s attack in Paris, France.
World War II Army Officer and Clinton County native Garlin Murl Conner is one step closer to posthumously receiving the Medal of Honor.
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is honoring a 19th century championship baseball team from Louisville.
Several dozen Kentucky State Police officers have been recognized for their promotions in the law enforcement agency.
All state office buildings will lower their flags to half-staff this Friday in honor of slain Kentucky State Trooper Joseph Cameron Ponder.
A 101st Airborne Division soldier who was killed in Cambodia in 1970 will be honored at a Fort Campbell ceremony.
Trooper Eric Chrisman of Lawrenceburg passed away on Tuesday, from injuries received while on duty.
An Army board will consider new evidence to decide whether a deceased World War II veteran should receive the Medal of Honor.
Students and teachers were honored during the 8th annual Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools and Kentucky National Energy Education Development Youth Summit and Awards Luncheon.
The procession for Officer Burke Rhoads drove through the streets of the Nicholasville community he served and past the Nicholasville Police Department. The community lined the streets in honor of the fallen officer to say good bye and thank you.
Former Kentucky governor and U.S. Sen. Wendell Ford is being remembered for his ability to get things done at the highest levels of government without compromising his love for his state or its people.
A monument honoring the first black paratroopers assigned to Fort Campbell 64 years ago is being dedicated there next month.