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Drug bill, liquor-by-mail, criminal justice reform approved

State lawmakers finalized a bill to cut out the middle man in some drug claims; House OKs liquor legislation.

‘Jill’s Law’ passes House, Senate up next

The Kentucky House has passed a bill requiring law enforcement agencies to develop pursuit policies.

Home damaged by fire while family is away on vacation

A home was heavily damaged by fire on Thursday while the family was out of town on vacation, according to Jessamine County firefighters.

Abortion bill advances to the House after two decades of trying

A bill that would amend the State Constitution to effectively ban abortion in Kentucky if the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision is ever overturned, is headed to the House for consideration.

Couple dies in Kentucky house fire

A couple has died in a house fire in western Kentucky.

Kentucky House passes bill to ban schoolhouse paddlings

The Kentucky House has passed a bill to ban the paddling of students. The measure cleared the House on a 65-17 vote Friday.

Kentucky hemp bill heads back to House

Legislation designed to help Kentucky’s fledgling hemp industry passed the state Senate by a 37-0 vote.

Berea woman left with minor injuries after tree falls on home

The Red Lick Volunteer Fire Department says a large tree fell on a home on Red Lick Road while the homeowner was still inside, Saturday night.

National weather service surveying damage in Kentucky

Madison County Emergency Management confirms the National Weather Service is investigating damages following storms Sunday afternoon.

Man charged after crashing truck into Versailles home, police say

The Versailles Police Department says a man has been charged with wanton endangerment and assault after he crashed his truck into a home.

Flipped home among damage following afternoon storms

Wind and rain caused major problems Saturday afternoon for many people in Lexington and the surrounding area, according to several social media posts.

Lexington Habitat for Humanity hands keys over to family’s forever home

Another family received the keys to their forever home today... through Lexington Habitat for Humanity.

House fire under investigation in Lexington

Firefighters in Lexington were called to a house fire Thursday morning on Cooperfield Court.

Danville Police need help finding someone who tried to set house on fire

Danville Police are asking for help finding someone they say tried to set a house on fire.

Hundreds rally in Kentucky for gun control legislation

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan traveled to Kentucky to call on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to bring House-backed gun regulation bills to the U.S. Senate floor for a vote.

Kentucky lawmakers pass pension-relief bill

Kentucky lawmakers have given final approval to a pension-relief bill and sent it to Gov. Matt Bevin.

Officials will tour Bevin’s home again to clear tax dispute

Tax officials in Kentucky will get a second tour of Gov. Matt Bevin's Anchorage mansion amid a long-running dispute.

Garage fire forces family out of home

A Lexington family has to stay in a hotel after a fire made their home unlivable Thursday.

GOP leaders: Bevin lacks votes to pass pension bill in House

Governor Bevin's proposal is being presented as an alternative to a pension bill he vetoed.

House rejects costly pension bill

The Kentucky House of Representatives has rejected a bill that would let some entities leave the struggling pension system while paying less than they owe.

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UPDATE: Vigil pays tribute to man killed Saturday in downtown Lexington

Police say the man was taken to the hospital where he ultimately died.