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Kentucky’s Court of Appeals appoints first female clerk

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's Court of Appeals has appointed its first female clerk. Rebecca Combs Lyon assumed the post Oct. 1. She's worked with...

Kentucky’s State of Addiction: The Opioid Epidemic

ABC 36 takes an in-depth look at the growing Opioid epidemic in Kentucky and how drugs can impact you, your family, your friends, and your neighbors.

Jesse McCartney rocks Bellarmine University in Louisville

Fans from across Kentucky braved the rainy conditions to see Jesse McCartney and special guest The Greeting Committee perform at Hillside 2017.

UPDATE: Lexington Shooting Victim Dies

Lexington's latest shooting has become its latest homicide.

Succeeding Against The Odds

The Bengals need a little adversity to get everyone on the same page in a win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Georgetown Christmas Parade Entertains Hundreds

The city of Georgetown celebrated the holidays with its annual Christmas parade Saturday night.

Dollywood’s Smokey Mountain Christmas Entertains All

The holiday season is underway in Pigeon Forge and you'll feel a sense of Christmas spirit the moment you walk through the gates of Dollywood.

2016 LFUCG City Council Election Questionnaires Released

Fayette Alliance, in conjunction with Fayette County Neighborhood Council and Fayette County Farm Bureau, has released candidate responses to its 2016 LFUCG City Council Election Questionnaire.The questionnaires focus was on important local issues and land-use policies.

Lexington Police Seek Information Into Attempted Sexual Assault

Lexington Police Department have released a sketch of a sexual assault suspect, who was described by the victim as a white man in his late 20’s to early 40’s, approximately 5’ 9” to 6 feet tall, with a stocky build, dark hair and facial hair.

Richmond Police Search For Missing Elderly Woman

Richmond police are asking for help in locating a missing elderly woman.

Cigarettes Stolen in Overnight Smash & Grab

The search continues for a suspect after a smash and grab early this morning.

Car Theft Suspect Arrested After Short Chase

Lexington Police were able to track down and arrest a suspected car thief following a short chase that ended at a dead end.

Chris Young’s “I’m Comin’ Over Tour” comes to Lexington on December 10th

With an impressive string of sold-out shows running coast-to-coast, Billboard Music Awards nominee Chris Young is revealing the Fall run of his 2016 “I’m Comin’ Over Tour,” will come to Lexington's Rupp Arena on December 10th. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 13th at 10am.

Hunter Hayes rock Alltech Arena at The Kentucky Horse Park

Country singer Hunter Hayes took to the stage in Alltech Arena at The Kentucky Horse Park tonight as part of the Rolex 3-Day Event.

Lexington man accused of trying to have sex with a minor

A Lexington man is accused of trying to arrange to have sex with a minor, according to the Attorney General's Office.

City decides to fill in CentrePointe hole, on one condition

The City of Lexington has told the company that owns the two tower cranes on the CentrePointe property that it plans to fill in the site if no work is done on the underground garage by March 30th.

Kentucky American Water requests rate increase

Kentucky American Water filed an application with the Kentucky Public Service Commission today to adjust the rates its customers pay for water service. The utility’s last request for a water rate increase was in December 2012.

Environmental Protection announces grants to clean up illegal open dumps in 26 Kentucky counties

Energy and Environment Secretary Charles Snavely announced today approximately $1.75 million in grant funding has been awarded for the cleanup of 139 illegal dumps in 26 counties across the Commonwealth. The funding comes from the Kentucky Pride Fund.

Foundation poured for the 2016 Lexington Dream Home

Today, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital construction crew poured the foundation for the "2016 Lexington Dream Home".

Lexington center packed because of the cold

Lexington's emergency weather plan for homelessness is activated through at least tomorrow, which means the shelters are open 24-hours and transportation to those shelters is being provided.

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Tempest, missteps over bias training, eviction funding addressed

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Another former NFL player pleads guilty in health-fraud scheme

The far reaching case is in federal court in Lexington because the fraudulent health care claims were processed in the city, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

McConnell says he’ll ignore bi-partisan stimulus movement

Many Republicans won’t even acknowledge that Trump has lost the election and good faith between the two parties remains in short supply.

US panel: 1st vaccines to health care workers, nursing homes

The panel voted 13-1 to recommend those groups get priority in the first days of any coming vaccination program, when doses are expected to be very limited.