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UPDATE: Doctor charged in social-distancing fight

A Kentucky doctor has been arrested, accused of choking a teenage girl while confronting a group of young people about social distancing.

Pulaski considers curfew, other steps; chamber offering business programs

PULASKI COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) -- The county already has had to close its popular camping park because of crowds and now Judge Executive Steve...

Christmas light display vandalized in park in Eubank

A park in Eubank had its Christmas lights display vandalized and the fire department says it is now looking for the vandal.

Winning design chosen for Town Branch Park’s first art installation

Town Branch Park project leaders announced today the winning design that will be the first public art installation displayed in the park. 

Glasgow Police receive complaints about van trying ot pick up children

The Glasgow Police Department says it received a couple of complaints on Wednesday about a white van near Gorin Park and Park Avenue.

Paddling trips offered in April, May by Carter Caves State Resort Park

The park is offering guided trips on six dates in 2019 – April 13, 20, 28 and May 1, 4 and 11.

Kentucky park collects money, food for schools

OLIVE HILL, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky officials say Carter Caves State Resort Park raised about $6,600 and more than 600 non-perishable food items for...

One dead in overnight trailer home fire

One person is dead after an overnight fire at a trailer park in Rowan County.

Lexington opens ‘Sprayground’ in Masterson Station

Lexington opened its first permanent 'Sprayground' Monday in Masterson Station Park.

Hummingbird Festival set at Land Between the Lakes

Ruby-throated hummingbirds are coming to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, and the park is offering special programs to mark the occasion.

New state nature preserve in northeast Ky. to open in July

The Crooked Creek State Nature Preserve in Lewis County will open on July 15. The 728 acre preserve has a new 1.35-mile trail and the opening day event will included a free guided hike.

Orange brings visibility to gun violence in Lexington

Perhaps you saw a lot of people wearing orange around town Friday. There is a reason for it. Those people are using the color to mark Gun Violence Awareness Day.

Family calls for peace in wake of man’s murder

Family and friends of a Lexington man shot and killed last year hosted a celebration in his honor tonight in Lexington's Winburn neighborhood.

Shooting reported hours after peace walk to end gun violence

Police say a man was shot hours after a call to end gun violence in the community.

Mayor Gray reveals new drawings for Town Branch Commons

On Tuesday, Mayor Jim Gray released new conceptual drawings of Town Branch Commons, a park that will wind through downtown Lexington.

Police: Shootings not connected to youth football game

Police say a shooting in which two people were killed and five injured occurred in a Kentucky park near a youth football game, but was not connected to it.

200 Pleasure Ridge High students walk out of class

About 200 Pleasure Ridge Park High School students have staged a walkout in support of their teachers.

Harmon announces review of Kentucky Horse Park

State Auditor Mike Harmon says his office will review operations and financial activities at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Sanders plans 2nd event during visit to Kentucky

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has added a second stop during his visit to Kentucky in advance of the state's May 17 primary election, with a rally now planned for Lexington on Wednesday.

Sanders set to attend Louisville rally on Tuesday

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is making a campaign stop this week in Kentucky.

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“Chemo is hard for anyone, let alone a 6-year-old,” Lexington mom says

One Lexington mom says she was in shock when the doctor told her her daughter had cancer.

Three new coronavirus-related deaths, two in Fayette County

The state reported 277 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as the number of positive cases continues to climb.

Renters burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

Twenty fire units were on the scene so the department could rotate firefighters to keep them fresh and protect them from heat-related injuries.

UPDATE: Pike County man missing since June found safe

Roger Daniel Anderson was found safe Sunday afternoon, according to the Pike County Sheriff's Office.