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Macy’s to stop selling real fur by end of fiscal year 2020

Macy's Inc. says it will stop selling real fur by the end of its fiscal year 2020.

Toys R Us to close or sell all stores in U.S.

Toys R Us is selling or closing all of its stores in the U.S., including in Lexington.

Lexington and UK looking to swap land and roads

UK and the city of Lexington are working on a land swap that would give the city 200 acres for a future industrial or business park.

LPD: Woman shot while trying to sell moped

A Lexington woman is in the hospital after being shot early Monday morning while trying to sell a moped.

Ex-Kentucky police chief’s girlfriend sentenced

The girlfriend of a former Kentucky police chief has been sentenced to serve 15 months on a weapons charge.

Ag Commissioner warns farmers of hay-buying scam

Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles is cautioning area farmers to stay alert for possible scams targeting hay buyers and sellers.

JFK letter to girl who saved pennies for DC trip up for sale

A letter President John F. Kennedy sent to a little girl who was a big fan is up for grabs in Philadelphia.

Blue Bell ice cream heading back to KY

Blue Bell ice cream products are being shipped to Kentucky. This follows a recall after a listeria outbreak.

Paducah power considers sale of excess capacity

The Paducah Power System board is looking into the possibility of selling capacity from its gas-fired peaking plant into a major power market in the northeast United States.

Charge Changed For Woman Accused Of Selling Baby For Pickup Truck

The charge against the woman accused of selling her baby for a pickup truck has been changed from human trafficking.

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Paducah man arrested on sex abuse charges

Kelly Setters was arrested following an investigation into sexual abuse allegations, according to KSP.

UK Athletics adjusts ticketing procedures for Bluegrass Showcase

UK season ticket holders will not be able to use their Friday tickets and parking passes to attend the Richmond-Morehead State game.

Fayette County jail has first COVID-19 cases since September

Eight inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus in the last week, according to the jail.