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Paris police cram the cruiser for school supplies

Kids in Paris got to enjoy back to school excitement Saturday. 

UPDATE: U.S. 460 re-opened after being closed all night due to semi crash

US-460 is blocked off in both directions west of Paris between US-27 and Centerville because of an overturned semi that was fully loaded.

Two-time cancer survivor celebrates anniversary as original Walmart employee

The Walmart in Paris, KY turned 35 years old Thursday, and one of the associates has been there from the start.

Bourbon County man sentenced for selling crack cocaine

A Bourbon County man was sentenced to 5-years in federal prison for selling crack cocaine and for being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to prosecutors.

State Representative Sannie Overly will not seek re-election in 2018

State Representative Sannie Overly announced Tuesday she will not run for re-election in 2018.

Hemp operation to create 271 jobs in Bourbon Co.

AgTech Scientific plans to create 271 jobs at a new hemp-products development and manufacturing center in Paris as it forges relationships with Kentucky farmers and partners on research projects with the states flagship university, Gov. Matt Bevin announced today. 

Paris man pleads guilty in cocaine case

A Bourbon County man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine Base, according to prosecutors.

HS hoops highlights & scores (12-8-17)

Paris tops Bourbon Co. and Scott Co. takes down Frederick Douglass.

Video shows UK football fan being shot in South Carolina

Chilling video has been released of a UK football fan being shot while on a trip to see the Kentucky-South Carolina game in Columbia in September.

One killed in three-vehicle crash in Bourbon County

Bourbon County wreck kills one man.

36 Blitz: Paris Greyhounds

Bryan Kennedy has the 2017 season preview.

“A prince of a man”: Friends remember Nicholas County postman killed in crash with horse

A Central Kentucky town is mourning Friday after the tragic death of one of its own. State police say 80-year-old Donald Smith was driving to work early Friday morning when he crashed into a horse near the Bourbon-Fayette county line. Both Smith and the horse have died. f

Driver killed after hitting horse in Bourbon County

A driver was killed after he hit a horse Friday morning in Paris.

Nearby businesses react to weekend shooting at Paris nightclub

Business owners in Paris are concerned after a shooting at a popular downtown club sent three people to the hospital over the weekend.

Shooting outside Kentucky nightclub leaves 3 hospitalized

Three people have been hospitalized after a shooting outside a nightclub in Kentucky.

Death of jail inmate in Kentucky prompts investigation

Bourbon County Coroner Dee Gee Roe says 25-year-old Nicholas Hounchell died early Sunday morning at Bourbon Community Hospital.

Paris builds for future

A look at the Greyhounds' new all-sports facility.

Teeth Whitening – Dr. Bart McFarland

Show favorite and dentist extraordinaire, Dr. Bart McFarland, returns to the studio to tell Matt Groves about his clinic's approach to teeth whitening, and their use of the KöR system.

Pinwheels to be planted for child abuse prevention awareness

April is national child abuse prevention month, and CASA of Lexington along with Wesley's Place, are joining groups across the country, using the pinwheel - chosen to represent hope and promise - to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect prevention.

Paris man sentenced to 11 years on child pornography charges

A Paris man has received an 11-year sentence on child pornography charges.

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KSP is investigating a deadly house fire in Robertson County

State Police says one person is dead following a house fire.

LPD: Woman sent to hospital after car flips

Police tell ABC 36 they suspect the woman was driving under the influence when she hit two parked cars and flipped her own car.
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‘Stuff the Bus’ donation drive gives school supplies to families in need

The Salvation Army is hosting it's 'Stuff the Bus' school donation drive this weekend, helping families in need. 
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UK students move in with safety measures in place

It was the first move-in day for incoming students and it was one like never before with several COVID-19 safety measures in place.