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Gov. Beshear update on state’s preparations, response to winter storms

On Wednesday, Gov. Andy Beshear said the state is taking necessary steps to clear roads and respond to the state of emergency brought on by winter storms.

First responders in Kentucky to receive doses of Narcan

Gov. Matt Bevin says first responders in parts of Kentucky are receiving doses of Narcan to help fight drug overdoses.

Community trains for emergency situations

With the school year about to begin, first responders in Franklin County want to make sure they're prepared for anything.

Rotary Club announces First Responders Appreciation Week

Mayor Jim Gray was on-hand Tuesday morning, as the Rotary Club of Lexington held a press conference encouraging businesses, restaurants, and schools around the city to show their appreciation during the inaugural First Responders Appreciation Week, which will run from May 22nd through the 26th.

Bill Advances to Make it a Hate Crime to Attack Police

Kentucky lawmakers have advanced a bill that would make it a hate crime to attack law enforcement officers and other first responders.

Madison Co. Rescue: Stock up on more than groceries

The Madison Co. Rescue Squad is reminding Kentuckians that stocking up before the incoming inclement weather should include more than a stop at the grocery store for milk and eggs.

Final salute to Captain Clevenger

Friends, family and first responders from all around the area said goodbye to captain Zachary Clevenger on Thursday.

Chef Talley giving thanks to first responders with free box lunch

Chef Love Talley of Talley's BBQ wants to give thanks to first responders in Fayette Co. by offering them a free box lunch on November 26.

Mine rescue teams from around US competing in Kentucky

Mine rescue teams from 12 states are in Lexington for a competition that helps train first responders in deadly situations underground.

First responders help first responders in Johnson Co.

First responders from Lexington will be traveling to Johnson Co. to aid first responders affected by recent storms and flooding.

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Bath Co. Supt. reflects on long career ahead of retirement, says he’s been blessed

After 38 years in education, Bath County's superintendent, Harvey Tackett, is retiring.

NYRA suspends Bob Baffert

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State legislators urge Beshear to end $300 jobless bonus early

18 other states already have decided to end the benefits early.