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Tennessee girl heading to Paris

MOUNT JULIET, Tn. (WTVQ)-How do you think the weather is in Paris right now? One lucky girl will find out soon. 12-year-old Sarah got a huge...

3rd graders host “Arcade Night” asking for more indoor entertainment in their town

A group of third graders in Paris have taken it upon themselves to bring a source of indoor family entertainment to the town by opening up an arcade in their school's gymnasium for a night.

HS hoops highlights & scores (2-24-17)

Alex Risen and Kennedy Hardman break down the district title action across Central Kentucky.

Warmer weather affecting farms

The spring-like temperatures may feel like winter is over but for some farmers the warmer weather is cause for uncertainty.

UPDATE: KSP Detective’s Vehicle in Bourbon Co. Crash

The Bourbon County Sheriff says a wreck near Claiborne Farm on Winchester Road near Paris has shut down the road in both directions.

HS Hoops Highlights & Scores (1-24-17)

Alex Risen breaks down action from 4 city boys games.

HS Hoops Highlights & Scores (1-20-17)

Alex Risen & Kennedy Hardman break down all the best action from around Central Kentucky.

Family of Tina Johnson Want Answers

Tina Johnson's son says Wednesday would have been his mother and father's 32nd wedding anniversary, and that Wednesday should have been her birthday

UPDATE: Man Charged in Missing Woman’s Death Pleads Not Guilty

45-year-old Michael Hutsell, charged in connection to the death of Tina Johnson, who was found wrapped in plastic in the crawl area under a Paris duplex, pleaded not guilty in court on Wednesday.

HS Hoops Highlights & Scores (12-29-16)

Action from the Traditional Bank Holiday Classic is featured.

HS Hoops Highlights & Scores (12-27-16)

Action from the Traditional Bank Holiday Classic is featured.

UPDATE: Crews Search Bourbon County Creek in Connection to Missing Woman

The Lexington Fire Department, along with Kentucky State Police, are involved in an active search for a missing Bourbon County woman in Stoner Creek along Coulthard Road in Paris.

Regulators Allow Big Rivers to Sell Power to 9 Cities

Big Rivers Electric Corp. could potentially provide wholesale electric power to as many as nine Kentucky cities under a contract approved by the state's Public Service Commission.

PAWS to host Christmas adoption event in Lexington

The Paris Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) will host an adoption event this weekend at a Lexington dealership.

60th Annual Turkey Dinner – Paris HS Band 11-18

For 60 years, the Paris High School band has been providing a Thanksgiving Dinner, and there's no reason to think they'll stop anytime soon. Chris and Zack Jones share the details.

Neighbor details long night during Paris standoff

Folks living on and around Brent Street say they had no choice but to leave their homes overnight as police exchanged gunfire with a man they say shot an officer.

High School Highlight Reel (9-30-16)

Alex Risen and Kennedy Hardman break down the best plays from across Central Kentucky.

Paris grocery store closing next month

Ken’s Fresh Foods in Paris to close next month.

Helicopter Golf Ball Drop & Family Fun Night – Paris Bourbon YMCA

Cathy Boone, with the Paris-Bourbon YMCA, gets on the couch to tell ABC 36's Doug High about the upcoming Helicopter Golf Ball Drop & Family Fun Night happening on Friday at the Houston Oaks Golf Course.

UPDATE: Skull found in Bourbon Co. was male

New information from the Bourbon Co. Coroner about a skull found on a Paris farm back on April 23rd.

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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.

‘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. 

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.