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Harrodsburg celebrates 247th birthday

HARRODSBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) - On Wednesday, those living in Harrodsburg celebrated the city's 247th birthday with a small outdoor celebration. According to historians, 247 years...

Jessamine County Officials urge community to take KY Broadband Speed Test

JESSAMINE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - Jessamine County Judge and Executive David K. West would like to invite all Jessamine County residents to participate in...

Lexington, Winchester, Prestonsburg residents named to boards

Residents named to diverse group of boards and commissions.

Help decide if the next ‘Monet’ is living nearby

Public can help decide on artists.

18 coronavirus cases after building-wide tests at Winchester nursing home

A total of 18 people -- 13 residents and five staff members -- have tested positive for the coronavirus at Fountain Circle Nursing home in Winchester the home's parent company, Signature Healthcare.

North Carolina’s coastal residents urged to evacuate

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is urging residents to evacuate the state's coastal areas as Hurricane Florence moves closer to landfall.

Evacuation ordered for 245,000 Virginians

Virginia's governor has ordered a mandatory evacuation for some residents of low-lying coastal areas as Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast.

Kentucky State Parks offers discount for Florida residents

Kentucky State Parks is offering a discount to Florida residents fleeing Hurricane Irma.

Man charged with sex abuse of 2 at assisted living facility

A Kentucky man has been charged with sexually abusing two residents at an assisted living facility.

Kentucky State Police asking residents to vote for cruiser

Kentucky State Police think they have the best-looking ride around, and they hope residents agree enough to vote for their cruiser in a competition.

‘Coffee with Cops’ this Thursday in Lexington

The public is invited to enjoy coffee and good conversation with Lexington Police Officers at “Coffee with Cops,” Thursday June 8.

UK Neurology Residents Create Fundraiser to Aid Ecuador

A pair of neurology residents at the University of Kentucky have raised thousands of dollars on a GoFundMe campaign created to benefit victims of an earthquake in Ecuador earlier this year.

US government OKs dismantling Kentucky health exchange

Federal officials have approved Gov. Matt Bevin's plan to dismantle the state health exchange.

Fort’s soldiers sent overseas could be counted as residents

Soldiers from Fort Campbell who are sent overseas for temporary operations could be counted as residents of the region surrounding the base beginning in 2020.

Lexington nursing home helps residents with bucket lists

A nursing home in Lexington is helping to make memories for its residents by helping them with their bucket lists.

Power outages reported in area near stockyards fire

Kentucky Utilities has an explanation for the power outages beginning to be reported near the area of the Blue Grass Stockyards fire.

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$45 million worth of yearlings sold in Saturday Keeneland Yearling Sale

The September Sale continues tomorrow and runs through Friday, Sept. 24. All sessions begin at 10 a.m. ET.

“Ichthus” music festival re-launches after 9 years

A Christian music festival returns after a 9-year hiatus.

Boil Water Advisory Lifted in Estill County

On Saturday,  at approximately 10:33 A.M. the Estill County Water District has lifted the Boil Water Advisory for the following areas:

Barbara Banke, first woman named as Board Chairman for Breeders’ Cup Limited

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) (RELEASE/BREEDERS CUP)– At its meeting Friday night, the Breeders’ Cup Board of Directors unanimously elected Barbara Banke as Board Chairman. Owner of...