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A second person is in custody after police say he was involved in shooting at a home in Lexington twice in one night.
Kentucky public libraries have a record commitment of $2,195,532 in E-rate funding, marking a record amount since the program’s inception in 1998.
Many families are putting up their Christmas trees and are decorating them with ornaments collected through the years.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office is warning people about a scam going around involving its office.
A Kentucky zoo has spent thousands on a sinkhole about as wide as a football field, but still hasn't settled on a long-term plan for the problem.
Attorney Generals Office has been awarded a $1.4 million federal grant to expand its Sexual Assault Cold Case Unit.
Money for Pine Mountain State Resort Park will go toward renovating the Laurel Cove Amphitheater and for utility and safety needs.
Mount Sterling is receiving money from the state to resurface North Maysville Street.
A Corbin woman was arrested for for voiding transactions and keeping the money, according to deputies.
Lexington Police accuse a man of sexual assault and sodomy, involving a teenager and sending him money.
Changes are coming to 15th Street in Middlesboro.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that $340,000 in discretionary funds have been awarded to the Harrison County Fiscal Court for vital resurfacing work on Wornall Lane and Waits Road.
Your art could be seen all over Lexington and beyond. The Lexington Pride Festival is holding a button design contest.
A Clark County public school employee is accused of taking tens-of-thousands of dollars over nearly a decade from the George Rogers Clark High School student activity fund.
Kentucky State Parks have a new lodging rate that gives a break to Kentucky residents.
Lexington Police are looking for a man who they say used a hatchet to rob the Bluegrass Mart on Squires Road.
State police say they are investigating former Hickman County Sheriff Mark Green, after money disappeared from an account that authorities say Green had access to while serving as sheriff.
The Trump administration and coal industry allies are insisting that a federal black lung trust fund will continue paying benefits to sick miners despite a drastic cut in funding. But the expected shortfalls will be covered by taxpayers instead of coal companies.
Inaction by Congress and the Trump administration is threatening a fund that supports coal miners suffering from black lung disease.
Magoffin County found out Friday it's not getting individual financial help from FEMA for recent flood damage.