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Female restaurant leaders host pop-up dinner event

Monday, on International Women's Day, female chefs and restaurant owners came together for a one night dinner event.

Presidents Day to alter Lexington trash collection schedule

No trash collection Monday, will be made up Wednesday.

Pro-Life advocates rallied on Monday in Frankfort

Pro-Life advocates rallied Monday at the Kentucky Capitol in support of two bills in consideration right now during the legislative session.

Bars, pools can reopen and in-person visitation at long-term care facilities resume Monday

More coronavirus restrictions will be eased Monday in Kentucky as the next phase of 'Healthy at Work' begins.

No walk-up service for unemployment insurance available in Frankfort Monday

Last week, long lines of Kentuckians waiting in the hot sun for hours in Frankfort made national headlines, symbolic of the impact coronavirus has had on the economy. 

Scott County coroner pleads not guilty to perjury, other charges

Scott County Coroner John Goble pleaded not guilty Monday to perjury and other charges following his most recent indictment, according to court records.

Lexington Police break ground on new K9 facility

The Lexington Police Department and City officials broke ground on a new facility for the Canine Unit Monday.

Deputies: Body found in Elkhorn Creek

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - A body was found in Elkhorn Creek on Monday afternoon, according to the Franklin County Sheriff. The sheriff says the person...

Eric Conn pleaded guilty in federal court on Monday

He will be facing a federal judge Monday, June 4, 2018 at 1 p.m.

Protesters rally for Poor People’s Campaign in Frankfort

On Monday people across the country kicked of the 40 day Poor People's Campaign which looks to bring awareness to issues affecting the vulnerable in our country.

Lexington mayor to announce police chief choice Monday

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is scheduled to announce his choice for the city's new police chief Monday.

Boil Water Advisory at EKU

A Boil Water Advisory was issued for parts of the Eastern Kentucky University campus in Richmond late Monday afternoon due to a water main break.

Traffic Advisory: East Third Street in Lexington closed for gas line repair

A stretch of East Third Street in Lexington was temporarily closed Monday for a gas line repair.

Lane closures on Hal Rogers Parkway in Clay County Monday

Lane closures are scheduled along the Hal Rogers Parkway in Clay County beginning Monday morning.

Kentucky city to celebrate its first Indigenous Peoples’ Day

A central Kentucky community is planning a ceremony and other festivities to recognize Native American heritage.

Death investigation underway in Whitley Co.

A death investigation is underway in Whitley County, according to officials.

Things to know about the American Total Solar Eclipse

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-  On Monday, August 21st, millions of people in the United States will have the opportunity to see a spectacular phenomenon. And you...

Boy dies in Kentucky after being shot in face

A 2-year-old boy who was shot in the face has died in Kentucky.

Tates Creek Aquatic Center closed Monday – Wednesday

Tates Creek Aquatic Center in Lexington, will be closed three days next week to repair a leak.

LPD: Man charged with robbing someone at gunpoint

A man has been charged in connection with a personal robbery that occurred on Monday.

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Ky business owners save hundreds in unemployment insurance taxes

State lawmakers passed House Bill 413 to allow the tax schedule for unemployment insurance stay frozen at the rate it was at before the pandemic.
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A few showers this weekend

A few rain showers possible throughout your day on Saturday.

Richmond residents named to EKU, judge panels; Carama appointed

Positions play important roles in policy, nominations.

State’s positivity rate continues to increase, vaccines stressed

Numbers continue to spark convern, warnings