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Lineman of the Week – Hunter Mason

This week’s lineman of the Week is Hunter Mason, a journeyman lineman in Stanford, KY with more than 5 years experience with Elliot!

October on track for highest reported COVID-19 cases in Kentucky

KENTUCKY (WTVQ) - Coronavirus case numbers continue to be high in the Bluegrass. Kentucky reported 1,295 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, the highest...

Kentucky’s favorite Halloween candy is Swedish fish?

Candy corn takes top spot among WTVQ viewers, Reese's and Kit Kat next

Second grand juror joins motion to speak freely about Breonna Taylor case

Lawyers says Cameron's words don't match his actions.

“Drop, Cover, Hold on,” Great Central U.S. Shakeout prepares for earthquakes

Drill happens every year on third Thursday in October.

American Red Cross ready to handle a disaster during the pandemic

When a disaster strikes there can be a lot of uncertainty but the American Red Cross can still help.

ACT scores fall in state, nation; state students best in English, worst in math

In Kentucky, 50% of students met the English benchmark, with 35% meeting the reading benchmark, 25% math and 27% science.

Early voting begins across Kentucky

Voters need a valid form of ID to vote

State says it’s taking precautions in wake of California’s ‘fake’ ballot drop boxes

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday the state is further publicizing the location of authorized, official ballot drop boxes across the...

In Breonna Taylor case, calls for more transparency, a new special prosecutor

Groups hopeful with FBI probe, ask Beshear to appoint new prosecutor

Lexington’s Stack named state’s top E-911 director

Director has overseen numerous upgrades to city-county system.

FBI searching for escaped inmate in Louisville

Anthony Martinez broke an exterior window on the fourth floor of the Justice Center

Caravan protest outside Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Lexington office

It was part of a national effort led by Poor People's Campaign with protests at every Kentucky office and a protest in Washington D.C.

Gov. Beshear reports 439 cases of COVID-19 Sunday, 3 new deaths

Governor Andy Beshear reported a relatively low case count Sunday, following Saturday's 1,002 cases reported.

Leading national expert talks COVID at UK

Birx brings national expertise to a familiar message.

Governor Beshear reports double digits COVID-19 deaths again Saturday

Governor Andy Beshear says as of Saturday a total of 1,057 Kentuckians have died from COVID-19, 13 newly reported.

Kentucky Democrats outpacing GOP in absentee ballot requests

Kentucky Democrats have built a big lead over Republicans in requesting absentee ballots for the November election.

Ky. Secretary of State offers attorneys a perk for serving as a poll worker

Kentucky attorneys can receive 1.5 credit hours, they need 12.5 hours each year to keep their law licenses, for participating in the election law training provided to volunteer poll workers.

LISTEN/WATCH: Ceremonies commemorate 19th anniversary of terrorist attacks

Ceremonies include moments of silence, wreaths

With voter registration down, Sec. of State Adams works to get more registered

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - According to Secretary of State Michael Adams, new voter registration is down 90% from this time last summer. In hopes of...

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Rape, sodomy suspect arrested after standoff

SRT unit removes him from trailer, loaded pistol recovered.
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Nucor breaks ground on 400-job steel mill

New mill planned along state line.

Urban County Council plans for public comments in person

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- The Urban County Council will now allow in-person public comments. The council voted to allow the comments beginning on Tuesday, October 27th...

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Town plans ‘safe’ adult trick or treat, art decorates downtown

Students paint business windows, carved pumpkins lit and on display already, event Friday.