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Clark County opening seed library

The Clark County Public Library is getting ready to offer something new for patrons to check out: seeds.

Kentucky Derby Theme Reinforces Goals In The New School Year

Teachers and staff at Julius Marks Elementary dressed up in Kentucky Derby dress to reinforce the Department of Education's theme of "unbridled learning."

Free School Meals Coming to Thousands of Fayette Co. Students

Over 14,000 students heading back to public schools in Fayette County Wednesday won't have to worry about taking their lunch money with them.

KY Transportation’s 20-Year Plans Ready for Public Input

A draft that covers the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet's goals, objectives and strategies until 2035 is up for review by the public.

Man Shot In The Head At Lexington Park

Officers are on the hunt for a shooter that opened fire in a crowded lexington park... hitting a man in the head.

2 Arrested in Richmond for Alleged Prostitution & Sex in Public

Richmond police said they received a complaint Wednesday that a woman was walking around naked close to South Maple and State Street.

FCPS Plans Additional Budget Meeting

The Fayette County Public School Board has announced it will conduct another budget meeting next week as it figures out how to slash $20 million in two months.

Frankfort PD Needs Public’s Help in Case of Stolen Credit Card

Frankfort officers are looking for the two people in this photo, whom they said may have information about the fraudulent use of a stolen credit card.

Faculty and Staff Share Budget Concerns, Ideas

Teachers, faculty and staff had a chance to voice their concerns and ideas about the Fayette County Public Schools budget cuts.

Fayette Co. Schools Look At Cutting $20 Million From Budget

In an email sent to school employees, Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Tom Shelton said $20 million will be cut from this year's budget.

Westrom’s Smoke-Free Bill Gaining Support

A push to get Kentucky smoke-free is picking up steam as 65 percent of adults now support a potential smoke-free law.

Lawmakers Push To Make Kentucky Smoke-Free

It was 50 years ago this month that the first U.S. Surgeon General's report on smoking and health was issued. To mark the occasion, two lawmakers are pushing to make the Commonwealth smoke-free.

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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.