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This includes 1,230 in the Louisville area and 530 in the Lexington area.
McDonald's employees in Manchester, who are temporarily working in London after their restaurant was destroyed by fire, will get help getting to work.
Firefighters in Clay County say a sprinkler system some originally thought didn't work, did actually activate during a fire Sunday morning at a Manchester McDonald's. It did not keep the fire from destroying the restaurant, though.
Problem after problem kept fire fighters in Manchester from being able to save a McDonald's on Muddy Gap Road.
The Garrard County Health Department says an employee at McDonald's has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A.
A pair of game day tickets will be given away at the grand reopening and ribbon-cutting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26 at the 1950 Stanton Way restaurant location.
McDonald's is getting ready to test the idea that bacon goes with everything.
Danville Police are asking for help finding two people in the above photo.
The Danville Police Department is looking to identify two suspects accused in passing forged money.
The Woodford County Health Department says a former McDonald's employee has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.
The owner of a Lexington McDonald's says a viral video showing a manager asking a woman to leave the restaurant doesn't tell the full story.
An employee at a McDonald's on Muddy Gap Road in Manchester tested positive for hepatitis A, according to the Cumberland Valley District Health Department.
Lexington Police say someone was robbed of a phone and cash Friday night after meeting with other people to exchange a phone.
Police say two men were dealing drugs right in front of police at a McDonald's in Clay County.
A spokesperson for Lexington Fire says firefighters were on scene at McDonald's on Russell Cave Road early Friday morning, fighting a fire that they say started in a deep fryer.
A Madison County grand jury indicted a man who police say exposed and touched himself at a McDonald's play area.
An employee at a Carter County McDonald's is diagnosed with hepatitis A.
McDonald's says it will hire 6,500 Kentuckians for the summer.
The Montgomery County Health Department has confirmed a Hepatitis A case in a food handler who worked at the McDonald's on Owingsville Road.
A man is accused of exposing himself outside the children's play area window at a McDonald's in Berea.