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Water Outage Shuts Down Clark Co. Public Library

The Clark County Public Library closed Thursday afternoon due to a water outage, but say they hope to reopen by noon on Friday.

Forum Planned to Discuss Growth at Kentucky Horse Park

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – Officials are inviting the public to have a say about the future of the Kentucky Horse Park. The park says in...

Public Meetings to be Held to Discuss Winchester/Clark Co. 20-Year Plan

Officials with the City of Winchester are looking for input from residents, business owners, and community members as they develop the Winchester/Clark County's Comprehensive Plan Update.

City of Frankfort Looking for Public Input on W. Main St. Project

The city of Frankfort is asking for input from the public in regards to changing traffic flow on a portion of West Main Street.

Attorney asks to open foster care hearing to public

A Louisville attorney has asked a family court judge to open a confidential foster care hearing to the public.

New FBI leader in Louisville plans to continue initiative

The FBI's new leader in Louisville says the agency plays an important role in combating public corruption.

Bevin does not ask Supreme Court to reconsider ruling

Kentucky Supreme Court officials say Republican Gov. Matt Bevin did not ask the court to reconsider its decision banning him from cutting the budgets of public colleges and universities without the legislature's approval.

Meth lab found in Whitley Co.

The Whitley County Sheriff is asking for information from the public about a meth lab found in the 1400 block of HWY 1804.

21 US states, including KY, sue to block expansion of overtime pay law

A coalition of 21 states is suing the U.S. Department of Labor over a new rule that would make more higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay.

Frankfort PD looking for suspects in restaurant armed robbery

Police in Frankfort are looking for help from the public developing leads on an armed robbery that happened early Sunday morning.

House Republicans to skip Tuesday meeting on pensions

House Republicans say they will not attend a special meeting called by Democratic Speaker Greg Stumbo.

21c Museum Hotel unveils interactive art installation

On Thursday 21c Museum Hotel Lexington unveiled an interactive public artwork installation by Lexington-based artists Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova.

UK Industrial Hemp Research Farm opens to public for field trip day

Lexington residents got a chance to step into the fields of the UK Industrial Hemp Research Farm as it opened for public tours on Thursday.

LPD invites public to speak out at CALEA assessment

The Lexington Police Department is inviting residents of Lexington-Fayette County to speak their minds as part of an assessment from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA,) happening August 7th and 8th.

Suspect in Kroger robbery arrested

Police in Nicholasville are thanking the public for their help tracking down a man police say was involved in an armed robbery at the Kroger grocery store.

TVA seeks comment on Shawnee coal ash storage facility

The Tennessee Valley Authority is seeking public comment on a plan to remove and recirculate water used in the coal ash management process at a Kentucky power plant.

Court clerk sentenced to probation for $330,000 theft

A former Kentucky court clerk accused of stealing more than $330,000 from her office has avoided jail time.

School districts to decide whether to accept heroin antidote

A heroin antidote could be coming to private and public high schools in Kentucky this fall.

Federal officials warn of tax preparation schemes

An Internal Revenue Service investigator and federal prosecutor are warning the public against fraud that occurs around income tax time.

Public meeting to be held regarding lane changes on KY 354, KY 30

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has scheduled a Public Information Meeting for the proposed addition of turning lanes on KY 354 and KY 30 at the intersection with the Hal Rogers Parkway in Laurel County.

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Police: Accused burglar dies after being shot by homeowner

Frankfort Police say 35-year old Stephen Smallwood was found shot at the crime scene Tuesday morning.

Lexington Golden Alert issued for man in need of medication

The Lexington Police Department has issued a Golden Alert for Matthew T. Beasley, a 31-year-old, diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.