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Fayette County Coroner needs help finding family of 70-year-old man

The coroner says Harry Edmond Mitchell, Jr. lived on Jennifer Road in Lexington but was from Baltimore, Maryland.

Students in Lexington honor Dr. King’s legacy through art

Students at Yates Elementary School are decorating brown paper grocery bags with portraits of MLK. They will be given to a local Kroger store.

Man dies following November shooting in Lexington

Wesley Eugene Carter was found on November 22, laying face down on the parking lot of the Abigail Garden Apartments on Camelot Drive.

Two arrested in Knox County for child endangerment

Deputies say both adults were found passed out and neither knew where the children were.

2020 Top 10 Prospect Brandon Boston, Jr. commits to UK

LEXINGTON, KY (WTVQ) - The 2020 UK recruiting class is already starting to take shape for John Calipari. Guard Brandon Boston, Jr. annnounced his...

Animal complaint lands two people in jail on drug charges

What began with an animal complaint call ended with two people in jail on drug and other charges, according to Ashland Police.

Flags lowering in KY for Rep. John David Dingell, Jr.

Both American and state flags at public office buildings are lowered to half-staff beginning immediately in honor of Representative John David Dingell, Jr.

Donald Trump Jr. visits Eastern Kentucky with son

Donald Trump Jr. posted to his personal Instagram Sunday saying he and his son, Donald Trump III, were in Inez, Kentucky, learning about falconry.

Deputies searching for missing person in Clark County

The Clark County Sheriff's Office is searching for 36-year-old Steven McGuire, Jr. who suffers from schizophrenia and was last seen in April.

UPDATE: Coal miner killed in Harlan County

An accident at a mine in Harlan County has left one man dead.

Three arrested in meth trafficking case

What began with a traffic stop ended with three men arrested in a meth trafficking case, according to London Police.

UPDATE: Second man arrested in 2016 murder case

A second man has been arrested, eight months after the initial arrest in the 2016 murder of an Ohio County man, according to KSP.

Kentucky mine employee sentenced for violating safety law

An employee at a Kentucky coal mine has been sentenced for violating the federal Mine Safety and Health Act.

One person cut, another tasered after fight on Lexington street

Lexington police say an officer used a taser on a man who came toward him with a knife.

Running back rotation wide open for Cats in 2017

Lexington, Ky (WTVQ) - Over the last few years, Mark Stoops has employed a running back by committee approach. That strategy may be a...

Man accused of trying to set house on fire with people inside

Police arrest a man they say tried to light a house on fire in Lexington.

UPDATE: Missing Corbin man found safe

A Corbin man who went missing Thursday morning was found safe Friday night, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

KSP honors fallen Trooper in Clay Co.

Kentucky State Police placed a wreath on Wednesday at the grave of Trooper Elmer Mobley, Jr. as part of the annual observance of National Police Officers Memorial Week.

UPDATE: Ex-social worker found guilty of filing false abuse claims

A former Kentucky state social worker has been convicted of filing false child abuse complaints against two people in Grayson County.

UK College of Pharmacy building renamed for school’s 11th president

On Monday, University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto attended a ceremony formally renaming the UK College of Pharmacy building - known as the Biological-Pharmaceutical Building - after UK's 11th president, Lee T. Todd, Jr.

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Rally follows McConnell’s response to Ginsburg’s death

A protester says McConnell disrespected Ginsburg by making her death into a political statement.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office says someone vandalized a home under renovation

The break-in is believed to have taken place overnight Thursday into Friday.

Governor Beshear reports 1,002 new COVID-19 cases, positivity rate stays low

"Remember, high number of cases lead to a higher number of deaths several weeks down the line," Beshear said.
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Quiet, sunny, and cooler temperatures stick around

A high pressure system drawing in cooler air from out of the NE will stay in control of our weather for the next several...