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Lexington cooling centers opening Saturday and Sunday

Concerns about the heat this weekend is prompting Lexington to open cooling centers. 

Cooling stations available for those struggling in heat

The heat is so oppressive this week Lexington has a plan to keep people safe and cool.

Under the Hood S & S Tire – Coolants: Avoid a Hot Mess

Your coolant system affects multiple mechanical operations in your car and, especially if you're driving a vehicle with higher mileage, it's important to make sure it gets inspected. James O'Daniel with S & S tire at Brannon Crossing takes a closer look in this week's "Under the Hood."

Lexington Girl Collects Almost 200 Blankets for her Birthday

As we head into a rainy final weekend of winter break, advocates for the homeless in Lexington are scrambling to get together enough blankets and warm clothes for the people they care for, but volunteers are thankful for some help from a young woman who consistently puts the needs of others before her own material interests.

Grand jury doesn’t indict woman who left toddler in hot car

A grand jury has declined to indict a Louisville day care owner in the death of her great-nephew, who was left in a hot vehicle.

Under the Hood S & S Tire – Coolants: Avoid a Hot Mess

James O'Daniel, with S & S Tire, talks about the importance of making sure your coolant and coolant system is up to snuff.

Drug tip hot line announced in Knox Co.

The Knox Co. Sheriff's office has announced the establishment of a Drug Tip Hot Line.

Recycling facility fire still under investigation

Crews are still investigating what started a large fire at a recycling facility near downtown Lexington.

Deputies: Dog dies after being left in hot car; woman charged

Frankfort police say a woman is charged with animal cruelty after she allegedly left a dog in a hot vehicle, causing its death.

Police: Couple Admits to Feeding 4-Year-Old Hot Sauce & Vinegar as Punishment

A mother and her boyfriend have confessed to forcing their four-year-old to eat hot sauce and vinegar as punishment, according to an arrest warrant.

Mother Charged with Leaving Child in Car While Visiting Relative in Jail

Deputies arrested a 26-year-old mother after they said she left her seven-year-old son in a hot car for roughly 30 minutes as she visited her own mother in jail.

Oscar Holly-Weenies

You'll wish you were an Oscar Party Wiener after reading these tips to dress up your award-winning hot dogs.

Crockpot Hot Chocolate

Try this hot chocolate recipe on a cold night!

Yummy Mummy Hot Dogs

Make these treats for your kids' Halloween party.

Yummy Mummy Hot Dogs

Make these treats for your kids' Halloween party.

Sculptor Keeps Cool In Hot Temperatures

While many worked to stay cool in the hot temperatures, for one man, staying cool was his work.

More Record Heat… Plus Isolated Strong T-Storms

Temperatures will soar into record territory again today. Isolated, strong thunderstorms will develop in the afternoon, for some.

Heat And Wind Cause Problems At Bourbon County Fire

A firefighter became overheated fighting a grass fire that quickly spread with the help of strong afternoon winds in Bourbon County.

Man Accused Of Leaving 2-Year-Old Son In Hot Car

Police arrested Kenneth S. Robinson, 33, of London and charged with wanton endangerment.

Burn Bans Issued In Kentucky

Several counties have banned outdoor burning as the hot, dry weather continues.

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UPDATE: Prayer vigil for slain Richmond couple

The shooting victims have been identified and the accused killer taken into custody.

Police chief says reports of shots fired down in past month

Lexington Police Chief Lawrence Weathers says the city may feel unsafe, but reports of shots fired have gone down in the last month.

Department of Public Safety holds job fair to encourage applications

Lexington's Department of Public Safety hosted a job fair Wednesday afternoon with booths for police, fire and emergency management.