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While the nation is going through the coronavirus pandemic some are still thinking of others.
It's the second week that kids are home from school.
Lexington mother and anti-gun violence advocate, Anita Franklin died from a heart attack according to her family.
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.
A disorder involving an estimated 50-to-75 kids broke out Thursday evening in the Fayette Mall Food Court, according to Lexington Police.
Find out how you can help children in a crisis situation by purchasing a teddy bear as part of a successful KSP program.
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.
Police have arrested a man they say made three children smoke marijuana at his home.
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.
Two teenage girls were arrested tonight after about 30 rowdy kids caused a problem at Fayette Mall.
It was a special day at Keeneland today as it celebrated its tenth year granting wishes for children through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Lexington opened its first permanent 'Sprayground' Monday in Masterson Station Park.
ABC 36 first reported Monday about a tragic case: an 18-year-old accused of violently attacking a man while negotiating money for sex.
It is the last hurrah. Labor Day has important meaning, but many among us also consider it the unofficial last day of Summer.
People shopping in Hamburg this weekend may have seen several fire engines outside Meijer, but don't worry, there wasn't a fire.
People shopping in Hamburg Saturday may have seen several fire engines outside Meijer, but do not worry. There was no fire.
A local mentoring program is in the running to receive a grant from State Farm, but it needs your help to get it.
The Lexington Public Library has a full line-up of summer reading activities for our kids to keep their brains active in the summer months when away from school
They tell us that meals or snacks will be provided to all children without charge.
Our Mom 2 Mom Sarah Panell talks about the upcoming Bluegrass Educational Expo.