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Madison Co. students back safe after D.C. trip

Students in Madison Co. have returned home safely from a trip to Washington, D.C. The students were at the Capitol when a man armed with a gun walked in, and eventually was shot by police.

UPDATE: Golden Alert in Laurel Co. cancelled

The London Co. Sheriff says a golden alert issued for Brenda Gail Smith has been cancelled.

UPDATE: Missing Knott man found in Ohio

Jennings Ritchie, the elderly Knott County man for whom a Golden Alert was issued on Saturday, has been safely located in Ohio.

People in Lawrenceburg hoping to make road safer

Some people in Lawrenceburg are hoping to make their road safer.

First responders staying safe in the cold

First responders staying safe in the cold

Child wakes father, family exits house fire safely

No injuries after 2 adults and a child escaped a fire in a home on Glass Avenue.

KYTC: Use the four P’s of safe winter driving

Since October, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 11 crews have been inspecting snow plows, calibrating salt-spreading equipment and developing snowstorm response procedures to keep District 11’s state roads passable during inclement weather.

UPDATE: Missing Pulaski Co. man found safe

Police in Somerset say they have found 37-year-old Richard Fuquay, and the golden alert issued for him has been rescinded.

Police: 2-year-old girl found safe; father in custody

Police say they have found a 2-year-old Tennessee girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert safe in Ohio.

Masked gunman robs Danville business

Danville Police say a man with a gun walked into Vendors Village on Ben Ali Drive just after closing Monday night and confronted two employees, demanding money.

Education campaign emphasizes safe sleep for infants

Kentucky officials have launched a campaign aimed at making sure babies are sleeping safely.

Information sought in burglary

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help following a burglary at a Dollar General in Waynesburg.

2015 Keep Kentucky Kids Safe PSA contest announced

The Attorney General and Keep Kentucky Kids Safe announced the start of the prescription drug abuse prevention PSA contest for high school students Monday.

Junction fire destroys home

Firefighters were called to Junction City just after 8 a.m., about a fire that was consuming a house.

Bill proposed to keep repeat DUI offenders off roads

State Representative Kelly Flood, D-Lexington, says the bill she is proposing would help law enforcement better identify repeated DUI offenders.

13 Meetings to discuss Untested Sexual Assault Kits

A series of meetings will be hosted across the Commonwealth this summer, to talk about the crisis of untested sexual assault kits and other sexual assault procedures.

Safe driving course offered for Kentucky teenagers

Schools throughout Kentucky may participate in a safe driving course for teenagers, put on by Kentucky State Police, the National Safety Council and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Inc.

Woman safe after car found overturned and empty

Police have found the owner of a vehicle they discovered overturned in high water.

KYTC offers safe driving tips for extreme weather

Extreme weather has stranded many drivers in central Kentucky. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has these tips to get you moving once again.

Troopers want drivers to pay attention behind the wheel

For about two weeks in January, state troopers wrote almost 300 citations for impaired, aggressive or distracted driving.

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Sports fans tired of the back and forth: Reaction after Fayette Co. moves to ‘orange zone’

Some people at the Bryan Station vs. Lafayette football game Friday night say they're tired of the back and forth.

Louisville 11 p.m. update: Man charged with aiming laser at chopper, church provides refuge

People remained largely peaceful Friday night on the sidewalk surrounding the First Unitarian Church, with some yelling “say her name, Breonna Taylor.”