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2018 36 Blitz: Frederick Douglass Broncos

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Frederick Douglass did about as much as a first year program could've hoped for last season. 10-3 with two losses to...

“Firing off like a hot pickle”

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - High school football owns Fridays in the fall. Things really ramp up after the dead period in mid-July, but there's never...

“Fit the jigsaw together for Friday night.”

A preview of Scott County and Frederick Douglass.

“We’re playing with house money.”

Frederick Douglass happy inaugural season still in progress.

“We can be a dangerous team.”

Tates Creek preps for Douglass staring down first 10-win season since 2001.

“Our kids took it personal.”

A look ahead to Frederick Douglass and Tates Creek, Round 2.

Thursday high school football

A look at the action from tonight's pair of games in Lexington plus a look ahead to Friday night's game of the week!

Douglass preps for Scott County

Hear from Broncos head coach Brian Landis on the upcoming challenge in the game of the week.

Best medicine for a big head?

Frederick Douglass' "big ole fat butt whoopin" good for team ego.

“They don’t handle distractions well.”

Frederick Douglass head coach Brian Landis weighs in on program's first home game coming off season-opening loss.

36 Blitz: Frederick Douglass Broncos

Alex Risen has the preview ahead of the program opener vs. Danville.

Winning Mentality

Brian Landis says new Frederick Douglass Stallions will be tough defensively and offensively.

New Attitude at New School

Brian Landis talks about the mentality his football program will have at Frederick Douglass High School.

State Office Building Flags to be Half-Staff February 22

Governor Steve Beshear has ordered the flags on all state office buildings to be lowered to half-staff Saturday to honor a Kentucky soldier who died serving in Afghanistan.

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UPDATE: Mount Sterling robbery suspect in custody

Mount Sterling Police say the suspect may be the same man responsible for a robbery earlier this week.

Lexington virus victim, honored at briefing, NYT series

That Ms. Benton was so involved in community problems is particularly remarkable because she had plenty of problems of her own.

Floyd County school counselor earns regional award

Honored for the Big Sandy region.

Deadline approaching for resources, funding available to child care providers

Dec. 1 is the deadline for all licensed, certified and registered child care providers across the state in centers and family child care homes to apply for a $130 per child stipend