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Galloping to a better future with Race Street Rider

Race Street Riders is a non-profit that provides equine-based constructive activities for disadvantaged youth, and they are focused on horsemanship, education, and equine sports that help create motivation, academic achievement, and physical fitness to those youth. Brie and Truman are here to tell us more about this mission.

Trump team turns over written answers to Mueller’s questions

President Donald Trump has provided the special counsel with written answers to questions about his knowledge of Russian interference in the 2016 election, his lawyers said Tuesday, avoiding at least for now a potentially risky sit-down with prosecutors. It’s the first time he has directly cooperated with the long investigation.

Sen. Rand Paul and his wife open up about November attack

Senator Rand Paul talks about the November attack by a neighbor that left him seriously injured.

Exantus Trial Day 2: In initial police interview, Exantus mentions “Grey’s Anatomy” while explaining murder

An accused child killer fights to save his own life in a Lexington courtroom.

Kentucky judge says police must use subpoena to seek video

A Kentucky television station says a judge has ruled that police must seek a subpoena to try to obtain unedited video of an interview with a suspect.

Officials: Camp attendees may have been exposed to rabies

Louisville health officials are looking for people who may have come into contact with bats that may have rabies.

UPDATE: Fatal hit-and-run vehicle recovered, 2 teens charged

The Scott County Sheriff says two "persons of interest" are being interviewed after a fatal hit-and-run incident in Georgetown early Monday morning.

EXCLUSIVE: Labissiere on Lexington (Pt. 2 of 3)

As Kentucky big man Skal Labissiere heads to the NBA, he took some time to speak with ABC 36's Kennedy Hardman in an exclusive interview.

Board of Education interviewing commissioner candidates

The Kentucky Board of Education is meeting Friday and Saturday in Louisville to interview candidates to succeed Terry Holliday as Kentucky education commissioner.

UPDATE: Fayette superintendent candidates interviewed via Skype

The search for Fayette County's next superintendent is now in the 'Skype' interview phase. The district says it's spoken to some candidates via video conferencing.

Bruce Jenner expected to break silence, interview airs on ABC 36

Friday night ABC 36 will have the exclusive interview millions have been waiting for. ABC’s Diane Sawyer sits down with Bruce Jenner. The interview will air in a special, two-hour 20/20 Friday night starting at 9:00.

Interview with man accused in terror plot can be broadcast

A judge says an interview with an Ohio man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol can be broadcast by a Cincinnati TV station.

Suit Up Career Clinic Teaches Job Skills

Volunteers helped nearly 60 people gain the tools they need to find a job. It’s part of a Suit Up Career Clinic for low-income people.

Jurors Hear Recordings Of Statements From Accused Killer

Christina Marcum, on trial for her alleged involvement in the brutal murder of her ex-boyfriend's wife, listened with the jury as audio recordings of her interviews with police were played back throughout the day.

Full Interview With Dr. Gloria Hwang

Gloria Hwang, MD, Interventional Radiologist, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, talks about a new way to treat liver tumors.

Full Interview With Dr. Gloria Hwang

Gloria Hwang, MD, Interventional Radiologist, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, talks about a new way to treat liver tumors.

Full Interview With Dr. Robert Koppel

Robert Koppel, MD, Medical Director, Regional Perinatal Center, Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York talks about a test that could save newborn's hearts.

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UPDATE: Former UK basketball star acquitted of tax crimes

Randolph Morris is accused of deliberately avoiding paying taxes on $13 million he made while playing professionally in China, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Tree Week brings citizens together for educational opportunities

Dozens of activities planned during the week.

UPDATE: Boil water advisory lifted for Estill County areas

The advisory comes after water system upgrades affected these areas.

Mount Sterling city workers to get raise

The pay raises will be paid retroactively from March 23 of 2020 through Sept. 30 of this year.