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Car break ins have Versailles Police looking for video

Police home home surveillance might catch burglars.

Nicholasville Police need help finding truck owner

Man apparently involved in a theft.

Group shows support for police Sunday

A small group showed their support Sunday morning for Lexington Police outside headquarters on East Main Street.

Galls 911 Heros: Two honored for saving a life

For Montgomery County Sheriff's Deputy Jared Garland, no day is ever the same. That's was certainly the case on May 16.

Fox retracts story about UK-Lexington Police

The University of Kentucky says a report from Fox News Sunday is "inaccurate" and "unfounded".

The Latest: Independent autopsy for Floyd expected Monday

Attorney Ben Crump announced plans to commission the family's own autopsy.

UPDATE: Police officer arrested in George Floyd case

Elsewhere in Minneapolis, thousands of peaceful demonstrators marched

Louisville mayor increasing body cams after police shooting

Louisville’s mayor is requiring more officers to wear body cameras and changing a search warrant policy after after the fatal police shooting of a black emergency medical worker in her home.

AG agrees to review evidence in case of Louisville EMT killed by police

Wednesday night Attorney General Daniel Cameron wrote on Facebook his office has agreed to review evidence in the case of a Louisville EMT allegedly killed by police executing a search warrant. 

Florida woman charged with forging checks stolen in Georgetown

A Florida woman has been charged in connection with a theft and mail fraud network that broke into a postal mailbox in Georgetown, Ky.

Lexington police investigate early-morning shooting

Police are investigating a shooting early Wednesday morning that left a man injured in a residential area.

Health care workers, first responders honored by parade

From UK Police to dump trucks, a parade of vehicles will show appreciation Friday to front-line workers and first responders.

Police still investigating Rand Avenue shooting

A man was found shot in an alley off Rand Avenue near Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Sunday night, according to Lexington Police.

Police wives have a message for the rest of us

Almost two dozen wives of law enforcement officers across the state have gotten together a "social distanced" a message for everyone else.

Community turns out for man’s 101st

A Berea, Ky. man who wants to get 101,000 social media likes as part of celebrating his 101st birthday also will get a parade.

First responders worried about child care

Lexington's Fraternal Order of Police and Lexington Professional Firefighters are asking the governor to allow some centers to stay open for them, just as he's allowing for healthcare professionals.

Nicholasville PD, food pantry offer services to those in need

The Nicholasville Police Department is working with the Jessamine County Food Pantry to pick up prescriptions and deliver meals. 

Lexington Police need help finding hit-and-run drivers

Incident on Georgetown Road March 2.

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