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Well-known tavern taking down iconic sign

Landlord dispute, building renovations among issues.

President Trump criticized for signing Bibles

While some religious leaders are upset that President Donald Trump signed Bibles at an Alabama church, others say he was doing what he could to raise the spirits of tornado survivors.

Dump truck hits overhead sign on I-75

Traffic had to be diverted on I-75 in Grant County Friday when a dump truck hit an overhead sign.

Vandalized GOP sign is finally getting repaired

The sign in front of the Republican Party of Kentucky's headquarters is finally being repaired after it was vandalized back in April.

The pen is mightier than the sword

Lexington, KY – Lexington Catholic held a signing ceremony in front of a packed house Thursday. Congratulations to the following student-athletes that will be furthering...

UK athletics director responds to controversial sign aimed at Florida football team

UK Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart took to Twitter to denounce a controversial sign, apparently made by a Wildcat fan, and to defend the UK football program and the school.

Sign honoring American Pharoah to be unveiled in Fayette County

US Route 60 from New Circle Road/KY 4 in Fayette County to Marseilles Drive in Woodford County to be named “American Pharoah Way”

Lexington church hopes to start conversation

Two banners now hang outside Saint Paul Catholic Church on West Short Street welcoming immigrants and refugees.

Brent Musburger Signs Off ESPN for Final Time

On his final night as a play-by-play man, Brent Musburger mused to the camera "what a road we've traveled together."

New Southland Drive Corridor Sign Unveiled

A ribbon-cutting was held Monday morning, as local officials unveiled the new Southland Drive Corridor Sign.

“Turn Around Don’t Drown” signs being installed in five east Kentucky counties

"Turn around, don't drown." That flood safety warning will be seen on bright yellow signs around several Eastern Kentucky counties, thanks to a cooperative effort between the National Weather Service and local Emergency Management.

“Black Lives Matter” sign hanging at Bryan Station High School ignites social-media firestorm

The "Black Lives Matter" club at Bryan Station High School has been around since last fall semester. Fayette County School District parent Matt Dacey says, "It's just a student group, like any other student group. We've got a drama club, a french club, and it's my understanding that they're interested in fostering racial harmony."

Portion of U.S. Route 25 renamed after Officer Daniel Ellis

RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ)-Katie Ellis holds a special place in her heart for US Route 25, a road she and her husband, fallen Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis, traveled down every day to and from work.

Sign honoring Officer Daniel Ellis to be unveiled in Madison Co.

Following an action by the Kentucky General Assembly, U.S. Route 25X in Madison Co. will be renamed the "Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial Highway."

Proposed anti-Ark Encounter billboard causes controversy

The Tri-State Free Thinkers say Answers in Genesis, the group behind the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter (a life-sized Noah's Ark), is perpetuating a myth with its newest attraction.

Portion of U.S. 127 named after fallen Kentucky officer

A Harrodsburg officer killed in the line of duty in 1998 was memorialized in Mercer County this weekend.

Sign posted in culinary hall about homemade products

A new sign posted in the culinary hall of the Kentucky State Fair warns people entering cakes, pies and other homemade goods that they must be just that — homemade.

Sheriff: Panhandler’s sign claims ‘parents killed by ninjas’

It's not the usual panhandling plea that drivers are used to seeing. Laurel County deputies say a man was disrupting traffic Wednesday night with a sign that read, "parents killed by ninjas, I need martial arts lessons, please help".

Fliers hope to recruit more foster families

Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth, SAFY, says there are nearly 8,000 kids in Kentucky’s foster program. That’s a record-high number according to SAFY.

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Mercer County delays in-person classes, online begins Sept. 3

Superintendent Dennis Davis had to cast the tie-breaking vote after the four-member board was split 2-2, according to The Harrodsburg Herald.

Madison County pushes back start of school; will begin virtually

The Madison County Board of Education reluctantly on Thursday night voted to push the start of school to September 2, and begin the school year with online learning only.  

Lexington woman questions her positive coronavirus test

A Lexington woman says she believes her rapid coronavirus test was a false positive.

Application deadline set for FCPS Virtual Learning Academy

FCPS students who want to commit to a full semester of online learning only, must apply by noon, Tuesday, August 18.