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New signal installed on Winchester Road in Fayette Co.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials say that a new signal has been installed on Winchester Road/US 60 in front of the new Frederick Douglass High School.

Temporary traffic light being installed on Mountain Parkway

The light is being put up near the Kentucky 30 interchange and Salyersville as work continues on an expansion of the Mountain Parkway.

Blue lights for Officer Ellis

People waited in a long line outside Bluegrass ACE Hardware in Richmond Monday. The store was giving out blue light bulbs to honor Officer Daniel Ellis.

Happy birthday, Mr. Lincoln

The Lincoln mural in downtown Lexington is now lit up at night.

Louisville bridge light show to become permanent

A decorative light show that's visible for a mile up and down the Ohio River will become a permanent nightly attraction on Louisville's Big Four Bridge this week.

Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden Tree Lit

The Christmas tree in the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden in Lexington was lit Monday.

Lexington PD: Leestown Road & New Circle Reopened After Injury Collision

An accident that crippled traffic at the Leestown & New Circle Road intersection has been cleared and traffic is moving again, according to Lexington Police.

Accident Involving Ambulance Sends Man to Hospital

The Lexington police said an accident on Broadway that involved an ambulance put a driver in the hospital Friday afternoon.

Fayette Mall Experiences Power Outage

Fayette Mall customers and employees were left in the dark earlier today.

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2021 Four-star power forward Bryce Hopkins commits to Kentucky

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Boaters encouraged to use caution in Kentucky Lake in Nov.

Scientists will be using nets to track invasive silver carp on Kentucky Lake so boaters are told to use caution.