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Lexington activates Emergency Weather Plan

The city of Lexington has activated its Emergency Weather Plan.

The Garrard Co. animal shelter partners with girl scouts

Girl Scouts will be at the shelter every Saturday thru the month of March volunteering and of course selling cookies.

Clark County Animal Shelter gathering donations for new van

Friends of the Clark County Animal Shelter is asking for immediate donations for a van that would help staff move animals from the shelter to approved rescues.

Ribbon cut on Lexington recovery center expansion

An expansion to a Lexington shelter is giving 30 more women a place to sleep.

Shelters work to keep homeless safe in dangerous cold

With temperatures dropping below zero this week, area shelters are doing what they can to get everyone off the streets and into a warm bed.

Lexington activates cold weather plan

The cold weather plan allows those with nowhere to go free rides on Lextran to any of Lexington's shelters.

Homeless shelters at capacity

The cold weather is dangerous for the homeless. The city is pleading for help.

Weather plan in place for Lexington’s homeless

The Office of Homelessness Prevention & Intervention Weather Plan has been activated due to the forecast of extreme cold temperatures in Lexington.

Local shelters get free rescue animal training

In an effort to raise the standard of care for animals in the state, the Humane Society of the United States kicked off a free training tour Thursday for people that work at rescue shelters.

Catholic Action Center celebrates official grand opening

A variety of community leaders came together today in Lexington to celebrate the official ribbon cutting of the new Catholic Action Center location off Industry Road.

Sherwin-Williams gives fresh coat of paint to local shelter

A Lexington shelter, that helps abuse victims, is getting a fresh coat of paint from some people who know their way around a paint brush.

Clark Co. Animals Shelter needs supplies after fire

The Clark County Animal Shelter is asking for donations after a fire.

Millions of meals later, Catholic Action Center moving locations

After 17 years and more than 5.5 million meals served, Lexington's Catholic Action Center and Community Inn are packing up.

Clark Co. Shelters Ask for Help as Critical Supplies Run Low

The Clark County Animal Shelter and Beacon of Hope Emergency Shelter say they are in immediate need of supplies and are hoping the public can help them out.

Lexington Preparing for More Cold Weather

Mayor Jim Gray held a conference Friday afternoon to address the snow and cold conditions.

Charity Helps Homeless Stay Warm During Frigid Weather

Frigid nights can be deadly to those without a home, so many local organizations do their best to help those in need find safe and warm beds.

Lexington combines homeless facilities

Lexington’s homeless population will soon be getting a new facility.

New Animal Shelter in Boyle County

After four years of planning and fundraising, the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society is about to debut its new shelter.

Sale of 1949 Chevrolet to benefit Woodford Humane Society

The Woodford Humane Society says it's going to receive a unique and generous donation from an anonymous supporter.

Saturday’s “Freedom Fest” is at Ashford Stud, home of American Pharoah

The Woodford Humane Society is hosting its biggest fundraiser of the year Saturday night in Versailles.

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KSP is investigating a deadly house fire in Robertson County

State Police says one person is dead following a house fire.

LPD: Woman sent to hospital after car flips

Police tell ABC 36 they suspect the woman was driving under the influence when she hit two parked cars and flipped her own car.

‘Stuff the Bus’ donation drive gives school supplies to families in need

The Salvation Army is hosting it's 'Stuff the Bus' school donation drive this weekend, helping families in need. 

UK students move in with safety measures in place

It was the first move-in day for incoming students and it was one like never before with several COVID-19 safety measures in place.