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Monday, May 17, 2021
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UPDATE: Residents react to CDC’s life without masks guideline for vaccinated

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) (UPDATE) - The CDC’s announcement easing COVID restrictions for fully vaccinated Americans is major news in the fight against the virus. After...

UPDATE: District 9 state crews make slow progress, see days of work ahead

National Guard, other agencies trying to fill voids

State COVID numbers still on decline; worry on weather, shelters

Caution urged on roads, power outages.

Lexington prepared for evening winter weather, sites offer updates

Web sites offer updates, help, information.

General Assembly passes pension relief bill, but will Bevin sign it?

The Kentucky General Assembly passed a version of House Bill 358-- a pension relief bill-- late Thursday night, but not the version the governor says he supports.

City of Lexington activates its Emergency Weather Plan

Lexington activates its Emergency Weather Plan to help keep homeless out of the cold.

Lexington kicks off new bus passes for the homeless program, Catholic Action Center not included

The city of Lexington is launching a new program that will offer free unlimited rides on Lextran to the city's homeless but not everyone is happy with the requirements the city has set to get a ride.

Franklin County Humane Society overcrowded after Animal Control seizes more than 100 animals

The Franklin County Humane Society is dealing with a serious overcrowding problem after taking in more than 100 animals in the past few weeks.

Lexington activates hot weather plan for homeless

The city of Lexington says the Office of Homelessness Prevention & Intervention Weather Plan is being put in place in anticipation of the extremely hot temperatures expected this weekend.

Kentucky shelter helping rescue animals from Irma’s path

People here in central Kentucky are doing all they can to help those down in Florida prepare for Hurricane Irma including trying to help animals that are in the direct path of the storm.

Local organizations help to keep people safe during this heat wave

When temperatures start creeping up into the 90's like this it can become dangerous to people who have to be outside or don't have air conditioning.

“Compassionate Caravan” Helps Homeless Beat the Cold

As temperatures begin to creep below freezing, one local organization is gearing up to make sure everyone is Fayette County has a warm place to sleep at night.

Red Cross Supporting Wildfire Responders

Red Cross workers are providing canteen support to first responders fighting the wildfires in Harlan County and surrounding areas.

Help for the homeless in Lexington during the dangerous cold

With overnight temperatures expected below zero in Lexington, the city wants to make sure the homeless have a warm place to stay.

Emergency Weather Plan

From the Lexington Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention

“Shop And Share” To End Domestic Violence

As people shopped for Super Bowl supplies at grocery stores today, they also had a chance to help domestic violence victims. It was part of the 6th annual “Shop and Share” campaign.

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Bath Co. Supt. reflects on long career ahead of retirement, says he’s been blessed

After 38 years in education, Bath County's superintendent, Harvey Tackett, is retiring.

NYRA suspends Bob Baffert

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State legislators urge Beshear to end $300 jobless bonus early

18 other states already have decided to end the benefits early.

Dumpster fire at Amazon facility sparks made rush

A dozen fire units responded, workers evacuated.