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Man shot outside Bryan Station Kroger in Lexington

A man was shot outside the Bryan Station Kroger in Lexington Monday, according to Lexington Police. 

Kroger expands milk donation to Kentucky food banks

The Kroger Louisville Division announced the launch of an expanded Dairy Donation Program, designed to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic and school-age children during the summer months.

Kentucky woman who broke quarantine order arrested

Police say Kendra A. Burnett was arrested at a Kroger grocery store for violating a quarantine order.

All Kroger employees now required to wear masks

Effective Sunday, April 26, all Kroger employees are required to wear a protective mask at work.

New COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites open Tuesday

Find all the information you need about four new drive-thru coronavirus testing sites opening Tuesday across Kentucky.

Somerset, Pikeville, Paducah, Madisonville testing next week

Somerset and Pikeville join Paducah and Madisonville with coronavirus testing sites next week as the state's partnership with Kroger and Gravity Testing expands to grow testing in the state.

State expands drive-through testing to more in Franklin County, to start in Kenton; sign up

More details released about drive-through testing sign up procedure.

Kroger employee in Lexington tests positive for coronavirus

A Kroger employee who works at the Leestown Road location in Lexington tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Amazon, Kroger set major hiring pushes

Positions needed to meet increased demand created by coronavirus

Deputies searching for alleged credit card thieves in Scott County

Scott County Sheriff’s Office says two people were reported using a stolen credit card in Kroger and in several gas stations in Georgetown.

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.

Police: Louisville Kroger guard charged with stabbing customer

Louisville Metro police say a Kroger security guard stabbed a customer in the back because the customer used a machine while the store was closing.

Kroger’s card system down for part of Christmas Eve

Kroger stores nationwide experienced a system failure, causing many last-minute shoppers to have to wait to buy groceries.

“Cram the Cruiser” raises more than 200 tons of food for Kentucky families

KSP's annual Cram the Cruiser food drive raised more than 236 tons of food.

Kentucky police charge 5 Illinois woman in shoplifting plot

Elizabethtown police have charged five Illinois woman in a $25,000 shoplifting scheme they say stretches from Illinois to Georgia.

Kroger donates $75,000 to local food bank

The food retailer says the effort is a part its commitment to end hunger in its communities by 2025.

Police chief: Gunman at Louisville Kroger shot, killed

A police chief says officers responding to reports of an active shooter at a Louisville supermarket shot and killed a man with a gun.

Man charged in store shooting returning to mental facility

A judge has sent a white man accused of killing two black people at a Kentucky grocery store back to a state mental health facility.

Kroger patron sues store, man charged in 2018 shooting

A woman who was inside a Kentucky Kroger during a shooting last year is now suing the grocer and the man charged in the fatal attack.

Kroger asks customers to stop openly carrying guns in its stores

Executives at the grocery store giant Kroger are asking its customers to stop openly carrying firearms in their stores, a change in policy that comes after several mass shootings in the U.S.

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