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Community wants change at dangerous Kentucky intersection

Drivers who travel Highway 27 through Eubank say it's been the scene of heart-breaking accidents

Spotlight on Lexington based Bluegrass band at Master Musicians Festival

This weekend a group of Lexington-based musicians will have a huge spotlight on them as they headline a two-day summer festival in Kentucky

First Look: A new head for the Mother Goose Inn in Hazard

A historic Kentucky landmark is returning.

The best investment for Kentucky’s future is early childhood education

Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman says early childhood education is the best long-term investment for Kentucky's future.

Capitol campus reopening allows citizens to attend legislative meetings

After over a year of using only livestreams, Kentuckians can once again view legislative committee meetings in person as well as watching the streams.

Kentucky’s Governor’s School for the Arts helps inspire young artists

After being virtual last year because of COVID, The Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts (GSA) is back in person.

Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program helps prepare high school seniors for their futures

Getting a glimpse into their future. High achievers from across the state are taking part in the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program (GSP) for high school seniors.

Replica Eiffel Tower erected in Downtown Paris

Replica Eiffel Tower up in Paris, KY

UPDATE: Health department reopens commissioner search; doc doesn’t accept job

After a months-long search, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department has offered position to doctor.

A potential FTA impacts between the US and the UK on Kentucky’s agriculture community

The Kentucky agriculture council met with members of the British Embassy to talk about the potential free trade agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom, which would impact some of Kentucky's signature industries.

Ky Civil War Union soldier gravestone dedication

The gravestone was made and placed in 2020 with the dedication postponed until now because of the pandemic.

Kentucky FFA members being recognized after a tough year due to COVID

The hard work of Kentucky's Future Farmers of America (FFA) members is being recognized at the state level.

Vaccinations up, positivity rate down in Friday’s COVID-19 report

The state says 47-percent of Kentucky's population has received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

Texas Roadhouse features diverse concert lineup for State Fair

Ten-day lineup features variety of groups

Lexington firefighters reminding you should never leave children and pets in hot cars

When the temperature goes up, so does the danger of children left in hot cars.

Lexington native shoots and casts upcoming film

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Lexington is ready for its close up with this new film by director and native Christopher Kelder. "Wimbledon Dreams" Is a...

Lexington high school quiz bowl teams compete for national title

Next weekend, two teams from Dunbar High School in Lexington qualified and will compete in the National Academic Quiz Tournament.

CPE report shows large income gaps along racial and ethnic lines

Minority workers in Kentucky earn far less than white peers at most education levels

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Small plane crash in Lexington

According to the Lexington Fire Department, crews are on scene of a plane crash located at 4900 Athens Walnut Hill Pike. 

Hometown Hero: Volunteer Optometrist

Dr. Kenneth Cottrell volunteers his skills at Nathaniel Mission

Mostly dry Wednesday

Staying dry with lots of sunshine throughout the day.

Locals react to new CDC recommendations

The CDC updated guidelines on Tuesday recommending all people wear masks indoors again, regardless of vaccination status.