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National Spring Cleaning Week tips from the experts

Many of us grew up with our parents and grandparents doing it, spring cleaning became a family tradition.

4 attorneys named Outstanding Prosecutors

Awards recognize Attorneys Dennis Foust and Lou Anna Red Corn, County Attorneys Jason Darnall and Dawn Letcher

New airline bringing Minneapolis service to Cincinnati

New airline will serve airport two days a week.

Chabad of the Bluegrass offers outdoor High Holiday service

Chabad of the Bluegrass will be offering pandemic modified services to celebrate the Jewish High Holidays in 2020. 

UPDATE: Cave-in-Rock Ferry will stay in service, tentative contract reached

The Cave-In-Rock ferry has stopped service indefinitely as of 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, according to the Transportation Cabinet (KYTC). 

COVID-19 hurting Kentucky nonprofits

The Kentucky Nonprofit Network says 92% of the state's nonprofits are already experiencing disruptions in programs and services due to COVID-19.

Customers complain about MetroNet installations; MetroNet responds

About two years, utility company MetroNet started construction to bring another option for t.v. and internet service to Lexington.

Petco supporting therapy, service and working animals

Petco invited people to visit their stores to meet a helping hero on Saturday.

Heat prompts change in Lexington waste collection schedule

In Lexington the city’s Division of Waste Management will be adjusting its regular waste collection window.

Kentucky awarded $7.1 million in service grants to strengthen communities

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has received more than $7.1 million in AmeriCorps federal funding.

Rumpke holiday schedule, fireworks disposal

Rumpke wants to remind customers that service is not interrupted because of the Independence Day holiday.

Texting 911 service now in Anderson Co.

A new service in Anderson County will allow people who live in the area to text 911 during an emergency.

McCain services set for Phoenix, Washington and Annapolis

Sen. John McCain’s service to his country began more than six decades ago at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and will end there in a cemetery overlooking Maryland’s Severn River.

KU restores power in Woodford Co.

Kentucky Utilities has restored power in Woodford County.

Beloved crossing guard hangs up the whistle after 44 years

Mary has been a crossing guard for 44 years in Lexington!

Lexington Police: Phone service down for non-emergency public safety lines

officials say a service interruption has affected non-emergency calls to Lexington’s E-911 Center.

Lexington continues battle with Spectrum Cable

Here's something we've all grumbled about TV service, and how much we pay for it.

Camp Nelson monument honors Gold Star military families

A new monument at Camp Nelson National Cemetery honors families who have lost loved ones in military service.

Batteries Unlimited

​With 2 retail locations, their goal has always been to provide the best quality products and friendliest customer service in the industry.

Closing of Duke Energy ash pond in northern Kentucky finalized

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has approved Duke Energy's plan to close and empty a coal ash pond at a northern Kentucky power plant

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Time nearing for families to request a “repeat” school year for their child

A new state law makes it possible for students currently enrolled in grades K-12 to use the 2021-22 academic year to retake or supplement courses or grades they've taken this school year during the pandemic.

Firefighters find 2 dead, 2 injured in house fire

The house fire happened overnight in Louisville.

Prayer group held for Lexington police officer injured in car crash

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - On Monday morning, Officer Dawn Miller was involved in a collision with another car. Police say officers responded to numerous calls...

Officer involved in Breonna Taylor raid writing a book

News of Louisville Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly’s book drew online criticism Thursday.