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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and everyone is eager to go out and have as much fun...
Memorial Day weekend is here and to the delight of some, Governor Andy Beshear has lifted some travel restrictions.
University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto communicated with UK faculty, staff and students Wednesday evening via email about fall restart plans for the University.
Federal worker safety inspectors are looking into about 200 employers nationwide, including the Fayette County School District, to see whether they did enough to protect employees from exposure to the coronavirus.
The arrival of spring means bear activity is on the rise in Kentucky. An increase in activity can also mean an increase in bear complaints.
One ubran county councilman says he's heard from so many of his constituents, he reached out to our news team for help.
You've heard the ride share horror stories. Now, Uber is offering a new safety feature it says will keep riders and drivers safer.
Beginning with the 2020 World Championships at Keeneland, the Breeders' Cup will adopt increased safety requirements and increase purses.
Utility companies offer safety tips to flood victims.
Transportation officials say a highway safety project is planned to upgrade a section of U.S. Highway 60 in eastern Kentucky.
The state issued safety guidelines following severe flooding and water run-off events from recent rainfall across the state.
Mitch McConnell and Andy Barr announce that Bourbon and Scott counties have been awarded $10.2 million.
The hemp industry is finding its way back into society and the people behind those efforts are offering to share all that comes with it.
Keeneland will open its gates on Friday for the first day of the fall meet.
The State Journal reports the Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board (KCCRB) will host a public meeting Monday night about gun violence.
It's a three day weekend for a lot of people for Labor Day. As many people know, this means more traffic, and more police patrolling.
Two people have started petitions to have metal detectors installed in schools in Scott County.
President Donald Trump tweeted Friday morning that there are “serious discussions” between House and Senate leadership.
A tie vote among a Kentucky county's board of education means its public schools won't have dedicated police officers when the year begins in a week.