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Richmond commissioner’s ethics case sent to KSP, County Attorney

A Richmond city commissioner's ethics case is on its way to Kentucky State Police and the County Attorney. 

Police need help identifying prescription fraud suspect

Investigators hope curveillance photos help.

Iraq, Afghanistan vet takes over at Blue Grass Army Depot

New commander once served at Ft. Campbell.

Bear spotted in Richmond near Barnes Mill Road, off Curtis Pike

Near Barnes Mill Road just off Curtis Pike

Vapor detected at mustard gas facility, no danger: Operators

Gas contained by filtration system, managers say

City moving forward with jobs-producing site prep

Grant will help make 'shovel ready' site.

Veterans honored in Madison County; American Flags placed on graves

A group of veterans, family members and volunteers came out Sunday to pay their respects by placing American Flags at Veterans graves in three cemeteries in Madison County.

Madison County reports first coronavirus death

The Madison County Health Department is saddened to announce the first death related to COVID-19 in Madison County.

Madison County latest to set up coronavirus hotline

Hotlines meant to provide local information, not replace state hotlines.

Rock slide repair set on Jacks Creek Road in Madison County

One lane to be closed; work could take two weeks.

Madison County man indicted in child porn case

A Richmond man was indicted on charges related to producing, receiving and possessing sexually explicit images of children, according to court records.

Report of stranger approaching child in Nicholasville

Nicholasville Police say officers are investigating a report of a man approaching a child at a bus stop..

KSP: One killed in three-car collision in Washington County

Kentucky State Police says one person is dead following a three-car collision in Washington County.

Man tried to make contact with child in Richmond parking lot

Richmond Police are looking for a man they say was driving around suspiciously in a business parking lot and tried to make contact with a child.

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Two apprentices a perfect match for business in new program

BCTC program offers specific training for bsuiness.

Free backpacks, school supplies Saturday at Jessamine County rally

Student must be in the car at drive-thru event.

General Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas recovering from COVID-19

Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas, a four-time Kentucky Derby winner, is recovering after recently testing positive for COVID-19.

UK students, jail inmates make up 25% of new Fayette cases

Numbers would be high even without students, inmates.