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AG gives cities, counties advice on open meetings

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Cities and counties who were struggling with ways to balance social distancing while still abiding by open meetings laws got...

CDC assessing possible health impacts from pipeline explosion

As a precautionary measure health officials are in Lincoln County to assess public health impacts of the natural gas pipeline explosion.

Deputies: Officials asking for public’s help in locating a man wanted for assault

Officials asking for the public's help in locating a man in Jessamine County.

Fourth of July fireworks safety tips

To better ensure a safe and happy Fourth of July, the public is encouraged to enjoy firework shows conducted by licensed professionals.

Public invited to learn about Accessory Dwelling Units

The Lexington Senior Services Commission is inviting the public to learn about a new type of senior housing known as Accessory Dwelling Units.

Public invited to give input on state foster care system at regional forums March 28-April 18

The public is invited to attend any of six regional community forums across the state March 28-April 18 to discuss improving outcomes for Kentucky children and families involved in the state foster care system.

National Safe Streets & Second Chances project to discussed the initiative Tuesday

Safe Streets & Second Chances project discussed the initiative and other criminal justice-focused efforts in the Bluegrass State.

High drama in Senate as Kavanaugh-Ford hearing nears

With high drama in the making, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh emphatically fended off new accusations of sexual misconduct ahead of a charged public Senate hearing that could determine whether Republicans can salvage his nomination and enshrine a high court conservative majority.

Morehead Police: Man exposing himself in department stores

MOREHEAD, Ky. (WTVQ) - A man in Morehead has been exposing himself to women, according to officials. Morehead Police say a man has been to...

Lexington Public Works Skills Academy offers free Commercial Driver’s License training

The City is offering a free Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-B) training program.

Arbor Day celebration planned at University of Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The University of Louisville is inviting the public to attend an Arbor Day celebration on the school's Belknap Campus. The event...

BCTC hosts job fair at Winchester campus

Bluegrass Community and Technical College is hosting a Clark County job fair.

Richmond Police need help identifying theft suspect

The Richmond Police Department need the public's help identifying a suspect in a theft. 

KSP needs public’s help locating fugitive

Kentucky State Police are still looking for fugitive Ian Hunter.

Public asked to help crown Lexington’s official tree

Lexington will soon have its own official tree, and the public is being asked to help decide which one of three oak trees gets the honor.

School board meeting erupts over stun gun use, arrests

A public school board meeting was briefly adjourned when security removed demonstrators who wanted to talk about a recent fight at a Kentucky high school.

Hundreds rally for pensions as lawmakers seek changes

Hundreds of public workers have rallied at the Kentucky Capitol in opposition to a proposed bill that would eventually close the state's pension system in favor of a 401(k)-style retirement plan.

Pension bill omits some police death benefits

A proposal to overhaul Kentucky's troubled public pension system would inadvertently eliminate line-of-duty death benefits for some police officers in roughly half of the state's law enforcement agencies, sending Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration rushing to fix the 505-page bill before calling a special session of the state legislature to vote on it.

Kentucky sets record for degrees, credentials awarded

Kentucky's public and independent colleges and universities conferred a record 70,146 degrees and credentials during the 2016-17 academic year.

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AG says he’ll release grand jury recording in Breonna Taylor case

Attorney General Daniel Cameron said Monday night his office will comply with a judge's order by releasing a recording of grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case Wednesday. 
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Fayette County likely to offer in-person tutoring options in October

The plan calls for teachers to pin-point which students are struggling with online learning and then provide them with face-to-face help in school.

UPDATE: Wife of indicted state lawmaker releases statement

Robert Goforth's wife says she never wanted her husband to be charged criminally.

Two awarded Women’s Club scholarships to MSU

Both interested in medical fields.