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Kentucky to contribute to Tropical Storm Elsa cleanup efforts

Kentucky joins multiple states in the actions to help Florida and other affected areas.

Safety tips for drivers encountering ‘dark traffic signals’

A lot of traffic lights were out this week due to weather-related power outages.

Facing the aftermath of Brent Spence Bridge closure

One commuter says the closure added nearly two hours to her drive home.

Gov.-elect Beshear fills several key posts

Gov.-elect Andy Beshear has appointed his running mate, a leading Democratic lawmaker and the ex-mayor of Lexington to high-profile jobs in the administration he’s forming.

JustFundKY hosts a salute to Jim Gray

A LGBTQ advocacy non-profit honored former Lexington Mayor, Jim Gray.

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray endorses Linda Gorton

Mayor Jim Gray announced he was endorsing Gorton at a new conference Friday afternoon at Lexington City Hall.

New affordable housing in Lexington

There are now 180 newly remodeled affordable housing units available on Lexington’s northeast side.

City replaces Veterans Park’s veteran playground

One of Lexington’s oldest wooden playgrounds is no more.

MetroNet joins Mayor Jim Gray to officially activate the City of Lexington

MetroNet is celebrating the official activation of its 100% fiber optic internet, TV and phone services in the City of Lexington at a grand opening ceremony at the company’s new retail location on West Tiverton Way.

Gray concedes to McGrath in 6th Congressional Democratic race

When Jim Gray took the stage in Lexington to concede the race, he still walked on to cheers from supporters.

Resumes playing crucial role in 6th District primary

Candidates for 6th Congressional District emphasize their resumes.

Lexington celebrates Earth Day Weekend with new trail

Lexington is celebrating Earth Day Weekend in a big way … with the official opening of a new trail, the Hope Center Trail.

United Steelworkers endorse Jim Gray for Congress

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray’s campaign says that the United Steelworkers union has endorsed Gray’s bid for Congress.

Get to know the main democrats vying for the 6th district

Kentucky's primary is about a month away. Wednesday night Democrats running for congress will debate at Transylvania University in Lexington.

Lundergan Grimes announces she won’t run for mayor of Lexington

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes put the rumor mill to rest Friday by announcing she won't run for mayor of Lexington.

New cable provider coming to Lexington

Mayor Jim Gray said he promised to give citizens a new choice in television providers, and Tuesday morning he exclaimed Santa Claus has come to town.

Lexington celebrates 60 years of sisterhood with Deauville, France

Lexington celebrated 60-years of its sister city relationship with Deauville, France on Friday.

Lexington begins removing Confederate statues downtown

The City of Lexington has begun removing two Confederate statues from downtown.

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Parks around Winchester getting various upgrades

The City Commission's Tuesday meeting moved some of these projects forward.

Winchester promotes new fire chief

Whiteley said he's always had an interest in public service.

Visitation policy at Frankfort Regional Medical Center

Frankfort Regional Medical Center announced on Tuesday that starting August 4th at 7:30 am the visitation policy will change.

2021 36 Blitz: Somerset Briar Jumpers

SOMERSET, Ky (WTVQ) - Two season ago, the Somerset Briar Jumpers took home the school's first ever state title. Last season, the Briar...