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Highway safety project planned for U.S. 60 in east Kentucky

Transportation officials say a highway safety project is planned to upgrade a section of U.S. Highway 60 in eastern Kentucky.

Public Health issues guidelines related to severe flooding

The state issued safety guidelines following severe flooding and water run-off events from recent rainfall across the state.

Bourbon and Scott counties awarded federal grant

Mitch McConnell and Andy Barr announce that Bourbon and Scott counties have been awarded $10.2 million.

First Annual Hemp Festival in Winchester

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 adds new safety measures to protect horses and trainers

Keeneland will open its gates on Friday for the first day of the fall meet.

Gun violence meeting after two killed in Frankfort last week

The State Journal reports the Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board (KCCRB) will host a public meeting Monday night about gun violence.

Lexington Police Department: Holiday safety tips

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 petitions demand metal detectors in Scott County schools

Two people have started petitions to have metal detectors installed in schools in Scott County.

Trump signals support for gun background checks

President Donald Trump tweeted Friday morning that there are “serious discussions” between House and Senate leadership.

Kentucky board vote leaves schools without safety officers

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.

Back to school security following weekend mass shootings

After the weekend of shootings, parents, teachers, and students are thinking of their safety.

Food safety regulations amended to improve safety and health

The Kentucky Department for Public Health says it is working to make the general public and business community aware of new changes to the state’s food code which will improve safety and health standards for food storage, preparation and serving

Major revamp planned for FAA’s oversight process

America’s standing as the model for aviation-safety regulation will be on trial as congressional hearings begin into the Federal Aviation Administration’s oversight of Boeing before and after two deadly crashes of its best-selling airliner.

Fort Campbell surveying health and readiness of soldiers

Fort Campbell is surveying soldiers, family members, Army civilians and military retirees about the health and readiness of their military community.

KSP to host free car seat safety check in Frankfort

Kentucky State Police will host a free car seat safety check event on February 28, 2019 at the KSP headquarters location (919 Versailles Road, Frankfort) from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Kentucky lawmakers unveil school-safety measure

Kentucky lawmakers have unveiled a school-safety measure, nearly a year after two students died in a school shooting at a high school in the state.

First 72 on You campaign to help you stay safe and healthy in cold weather

Spotlighting cold weather preparedness efforts to remind Kentuckians of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, hypothermia and food-borne illness from possible power outages and cold weather conditions.

KSP: Winter driving tips

With winter weather on the way, Kentucky State Police are asking drivers to use extra caution when on the roads.

State transportation crews ready for winter weather

Salt supplies, trained maintenance crews and 1,400 plow trucks are ready to respond during this snow and ice season.

UK spokesman answers safety questions after bogus threat

Student reporters at the Kentucky Kernel told ABC 36 the bogus threat still has their classmates asking a lot of questions about their safety.

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Six protesters were arrested Friday night in Lexington for blocking a road, just a night after four others were arrested near UK's campus for the same.
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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.
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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.”