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The Pulaski County sheriff's office is warning people about a new scam.
The office says scammers are posing as "Kentucky Certificate Services" and are calling businesses, especially newly-formed, about a "Certificate of Status".
An American Legion post in Bourbon County is warning people about a new scam involving your electric bill.
American Legion Post in Millersburg was scammed out of $2,000 after purchasing Thanksgiving food baskets.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office is warning people about a scam going around involving its office.
A man in Harlan County is accused in a scam deputies say involved donuts.
Kentucky State Police are warning people of a parking ticket email scam.
Officials announced Thursday that 51 attorneys general and several major phone companies are working together to stop scam calls.
Be aware of a phone scam targeting people with diabetes, particularly senior citizens on Medicare, according to The Morehead News.
Police say the scammer is advertising on Facebook Marketplace they have a home or apartment for rent.
Find out what you need to know about a phone scam in Fayette County, so you don't fall for it.
Anderson County Sheriff deputies say people in the area need to be on the lookout for a man that is posing as a police official.
Nicholasville Police say someone is calling people, claiming to be law enforcement.
The Attorney General is warning Kentuckians about medical billing scams.
Two Florida men have pleaded guilty to theft and exploitation charges for using a phone scam to con a Louisville woman out of more than $104,000.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office wants to warn people of a social security scam going around.
An employee at the church received a letter, threatening to seize church property if taxes, penalty and interest totaling more than $21,000 were not paid immediately over the phone.
Lexington Police continue their search for a wanted serial scammer.
UK fans are being told by the BBB to be aware of questionable sources when buying tickets to the NCAA.
The attorney general's office says there have been widespread reports of "suspended" Social Security number scams.