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UPDATE: Man charged in Mt. Sterling robbery cases

Two robbery attempts in two days.

UPDATE: Mount Sterling robbery suspect in custody

Mount Sterling Police say the suspect may be the same man responsible for a robbery earlier this week.

Report: Doctor accused of allowing his unlicensed wife to give injections

Dr. Paul E. McLaughlin, of Mount Sterling, has had his medical license suspended by regulators, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Ky. Small business says unreliable mail delivery could cause them to go under

"We can't let our mail fail because if it fails, we fail," Charlotte Meadows said.

Small Town America Day in Mt. Sterling set for Saturday

The festival will take place from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Police officer helps make dramatic rescue after spotting house fire

A Mount Sterling police officer is being credited with helping save a woman in a wheelchair from a house fire on Sunday.

Schools continue to cancel classes due to illness

Somerset Christian and Christian Traditional in Mount Sterling both called off classes the rest of this week due to illness.

Lexington man sentenced to 5-years for trafficking drugs

Investigators say Aaron Evans was distributing acetylfentanyl in large quantities to Montgomery County and surrounding areas.

Mount Sterling reports flooded roads

Flooded roads reported in Mount Sterling from Monday's heavy rain.

Tools seized in vending machine theft case, three arrested

Three men from Mount Sterling were arrested in connection to a vending, arcade and lottery machine theft case in addition to a shoplifting case from a Walmart, according to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.

Mt. Sterling soldier killed in WWII is coming home

A Kentucky soldier killed in WWII is coming home.

UPDATE: Mt. Sterling man faces several charges for driving into downtown celebration

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office closed streets as part of an effort to keep a driver from crashing into the First Friday Celebration in downtown Mount Sterling on Friday.

State: Doctor’s wife mishandled vaccines, caused outbreak

The Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure says a Mount Sterling doctor allowed his unlicensed wife to mishandle vaccines, causing an infection outbreak in patients across Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.

Big crowd at Solid Blue Drive-thru in Mt. Sterling

Jean Carmichael, of Mount Sterling, was first in line. She arrived at 8:30 a.m. for the noon giveaway. 

Mount Sterling boy wins super fan championship

10 year old, Lukas Witt entered an Instagram competition to be named the number one college basketball super fan.

KY boy needs “likes” to win the super fan championship

A ten year old boy in Mount Sterling is trying to prove he's the biggest college and Kentucky basketball fan in the nation.

Church shelter already preparing for next arctic blast

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - Senior Pastor Scott Holley grew concerned when the freezing temperatures swept through Mount Sterling. "It was unthinkable to me that...

Woman arrested after three county chase on I-64

Mt. Sterling Police say a woman led them on a high speed chase from Montgomery County to Lexington Tuesday afternoon.

Neighbor says “mushroom cloud of flames” destroyed family-owned business

The Montgomery County Fire Department says propane tanks are to blame for an overnight explosion that burned a family business to the ground.

Montgomery County family narrowly escapes flash flooding

People in Montgomery County are beginning the clean-up after Sunday's flash flooding damaged dozens of homes and businesses.

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More than 200 new COVID cases pushes Fayette above 28,000

Even with numbers remaining above 200, Fayette not seeing more increases

Lexington Police investigating assault, shots fired into air

Lexington Police are investigating after someone reportedly fired a gun during a fight Friday night on Dakota Street. 
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Covid victims honored outside Kentucky State Capitol

FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) - Since the start of the global pandemic, there's been over 3,000 Kentuckians who have lost their lives from COVID-19. On Friday...