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Man accused of hiding drugs on letter to Kentucky inmate

A Kentucky man is accused of smuggling drugs to an inmate by sending her a letter with a stamp that was soaked in meth and pasted over a small bag of drugs.

Mueller’s report has been completed, debate continues

Special counsel Robert Mueller did not find evidence that President Donald Trump’s campaign “conspired or coordinated” with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election but reached no conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice, Attorney General William Barr declared. That brought a hearty claim of vindication from Trump but set the stage for new rounds of political and legal fighting.

Elementary school student brings steak knife to school

Fayette County Public Schools says in a letter home to parents, a student at an elementary school brought a steak knife to school.

Note sent home about children being exposed to hepatitis A at Bath Co. school

Owingsville Elementary School sent a note home to parents saying children at the school might have been exposed to hepatitis A.

UK professors among 2,400 who signed letter opposing Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation

Several Kentucky law professors were among the more than 2,400 who signed a letter opposing Kavanaugh's confirmation.

Student brings knife to school in Montgomery Co.

Montgomery County Schools says a student brought a knife to the high school.

GOP House members ask Kentucky governor not to call session

Kentucky GOP House members are asking Republican Gov. Matt Bevin not to call a special legislative session on pension reform before the end of the year.

Beshear: Scammers posing as the AG’s Office

Prize scam using the Office of the Attorney General to scare people into wiring money, according to Andy Beshear.

Breckinridge descendant supports moving statue in Lexington

Descendant of John C Breckinridge supports the relocation of his statue from downtown Lexington, according to a letter shared by Mayor Jim Gray.  

KY city’s exemption from California state-ban is denied

A Kentucky mayor's request to be excluded from California's ban on state travel has been denied by the attorney general of California.

Principal: Bryan Sta. Middle School Student Brought BB Gun to School

According to a letter sent to parents from Interim Principal Cecil Combs, a student will face disciplinary action after bringing a BB gun to school with him.

UPDATE: Student Accused of Bringing Gun to School to be Arraigned

A letter from Tates Creek High School Principal Sam Meaux was sent out to parents Tuesday morning, saying a student had brought a loaded gun to the school

Veteran leaves touching 9/11 tribute at Tin Roof

A gesture by a mystery man at Lexington's Tin Roof location has folks across the social media world and the U.S. commending

Western Kentucky investigating racial incidents on campus

Officials at Western Kentucky University are investigating after someone slipped a statement under an assistant dean's office door, attacking her race.

KSP investigates threat against police officer

City of Burgin received letter threatening city police officer, according to KSP.

Estill judge-executive writes lawmakers for more help

Estill County Judge-Executive Wallace Taylor is still mad. It's been more than a week since he learned of radioactive waste being dumped in the county landfill and his to-do list is still growing.

USPS: Not too late to mail Christmas packages

The U.S. Postal Service expects Monday, December 21st to be it's busiest delivery day of the year.

UPDATE: JCMS says second student approached

The principal of Jessie Clark Middle School has sent a letter to the families of students at the school, informing them of another incident of a student being approached in the Southview area of Lexington.

House leaders: Increase Nat’l Guard tuition assistance

On Monday, Kentucky House leadership called on Governor Matt Bevin to add more money to the National Guard Tuition Assistance Program, which has seen requests outpace available funding.

Principal reports another suspicious incident involving Southern Middle School students

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- For the second time this week, Southern Middle School in Lexington is warning parents about a suspicious incident involving students. Principal Frank...

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Three new coronavirus-related deaths, two in Fayette County

The state reported 277 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as the number of positive cases continues to climb.

Renters burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

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