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Lexington Library expands youth meal distribution to Village Branch

Meals being provided Monday-Saturday to children, ages 18 and under

Learning Pods: Helping students with schoolwork

As school districts struggle with the balance between in-person and online teaching, parents are looking for options and sometimes, help.

‘Partners for Youth’ taking program signups for kids

More than 40 program options for at-risk kids, families.

LCA says first week in-person is a success

School says health measures have made a difference.

Almost 100 of new COVID cases in kids under 18, 8 more deaths

Cases still appear to plateau, numbers among kids rising.

Where to catch the best view of the light show honoring Fayette Co. 2020 grads

A light show will take place Wednesday night in an effort to make graduation special for the class of 2020, which has to sacrifice traditional ceremonies because of the coronavirus.

Trooper Island Camp preparing for options this summer

Trooper Island Camp is a week-long summer camp for children whose families are economically-challenged. The camp runs on donations and, during a normal summer, there are over 700 kids who participate.

10-year-old in ICU with COVID-19 syndrome

A coronavirus syndrome that has started showing up in young people across the country has put a 10-year-old Kentucky boy in intensive care.

LISTEN: 4 kids and the coronavirus make him sing

The coronavirus continues to bring out a little of the worst and a whole bunch of the best in Kentuckians.

How to protect your furry family members during the COVID-19 pandemic

Although there's only been one animal that has tested positive for coronavirus, pet owners should still be aware of what they can do to prevent their fur babies from catching the virus.

Lexington man helping foster kids by donating luggage to agency

While the nation is going through the coronavirus pandemic some are still thinking of others.

Kids and parents are working from home

It's the second week that kids are home from school.

Anita Franklin’s kids reflect on her life

Lexington mother and anti-gun violence advocate, Anita Franklin died from a heart attack according to her family.

Legislators taking action against hunger by assembling backpack meals for kids

According to the organization Feeding Kentucky, 1 in 5 kids in the state are food-insecure, which they say means the kids do not have consistent access to enough food for a healthy and active lifestyle. 

Large disorder involving 50-75 kids in Fayette Mall Food Court

A disorder involving an estimated 50-to-75 kids broke out Thursday evening in the Fayette Mall Food Court, according to Lexington Police.

KSP encourages Black Friday shoppers to support program for kids

Find out how you can help children in a crisis situation by purchasing a teddy bear as part of a successful KSP program.

School bus involved in three-car crash, three kids taken to hospital

The Warren County Sheriff's Office says a school bus was involved in a three-car crash Monday morning at Westwood Avenue and Cumberland Trace Road.

LPD: Man facing charges after making children smoke marijuana

Police have arrested a man they say made three children smoke marijuana at his home.

Police: Motive unclear in birthday party stabbing attack

Several families who had fled danger and violence overseas were enjoying a 3-year-old’s birthday party in Boise, Idaho, when the unthinkable happened: A man ran up and began chasing and stabbing the children, turning his knife on the adults who tried to intervene.

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Cattle trailer accident in London

The London Fire department responded to an accident on McWhorter Street this morning just after 6 a.m.

Rupp Arena announces another concert, first on schedule since March

Brantley Gilbert to headline Acoustic Concert 2020

Blue Grass Community Foundation sets $100,000 challenge to advance racial equity in Lexington

Anonymous donor, family provide seed money for major project.

Beshear, Cameron both above 50% approval ratings: Poll

Numbers come as both men have been in the spotlight statewide and nationally.