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ACLU settles social media case against former governor

Bevin blocked people who posted adverse comments.

Trial date set for two men accused in Laurel Co. animal abuse case caught on video

A trial date is set for two men accused in a disturbing Laurel County animal abuse case.

Virtual run benefits Veterans and Honor Flight Kentucky

Find out how you can run in a virtual race this month benefiting Veterans and Honor Flight Kentucky.

Kentucky man charged in social media threat against governor

Federal prosecutors have charged a Kentucky man who had a stockpile of weapons at his home.

Shaker Village welcomes Baashear and Virginia

SHAKER VILLAGE, Ky. (WTVQ) - Two of the newest spring additions on Shaker Village Farm now have names! On Tuesday, Shaker Farms posted on social...

Horse farms offer ‘peaceful’ online tours

At this time of year, horse farm tours usually are cranking up. Farms still offering the peace and tranquility through social media.

Nicholasville, other communities debating parks, rules, responsibility on social media

Nicholasville, other communities debating parks, rules, responsibility on social media

Governor Beshear memes flood social media

Governor Beshear has only been in office since December, but already he's gaining popularity on social media.

Sing-a-long and smile with this family

While social media often is filled with horror stories, unfounded scare tactics and rumors, increasingly during the coronavirus outbreak residents are using Facebook to cheer up friends and neighbors.

Governor to order bar, restaurant closure by 5 p.m. Monday; jobless steps coming

Exceptions for drive-through, take out, delivery; unemployment changes coming.

Reported social media scam and theft leads to chase in Hamburg area

Lexington Police say a scam posted on social media led to a robbery and chase in the Hamburg area late Tuesday afternoon.

Nicholasville PD: Call police before posting to social media

Nicholasville police say social media can often help solve crimes, but right now it's slowing officers down.

Twitter, Pinterest crack down on voter misinformation

Twitter and Pinterest are rolling out new efforts to root out voting misinformation ahead of the November elections.

UPDATE: Nicholasville teen considered dangerous after posting social media threat

A 19-year-old man is considered dangerous after posting what Nicholasville Police consider a threat to officers on social media.

Deputies warn of kidnapping scams

Families report receiving phone calls claiming their children have been kidnapped. Find out how the scam works, so you don't fall for it.

Facebook is down in many places across the nation

Users may have noticed that they aren't able to post a Thanksgiving update on Facebook.

Meijer launches donation-based social media campaign

Meijer says it will donate a meal for every photo of food shared publicly through Thanksgiving with the hashtag, #MeijerSimplyGive.

Police unsure why man went on West Texas shooting rampage

Police say they are not sure why a man with a misdemeanor on his record and no warrant for his arrest erupted in a spate of violence.

Man pleads to role in deadly shooting, then released from jail

Billy Jo Turner was released from jail after striking a plea deal to lesser charges for his role in a deadly Frankfort shooting., according to the State Journal.

Trump says social media firms biased against GOP

President Donald Trump says something should be done to make social media companies liable for their content.

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Cinemark Fayette mall XD has reopened

The Cinemark Fayette mall XD reopens Friday, August 14. The theatre says this reopening is an expansion of the Company’s test-and-learn process, which is instrumental in defining the training, communication, and implementation of all cleaning and sanitization protocols and new technology.

Rural families without internet face tough choice on school

Issue is very real in many parts of Eastern Kentucky.

UPDATE: Court hears high-stakes Kentucky ‘historical racing’ case

Machines are big casino attraction, revenue producer.

Feds start task force to go after Louisville carjackings

Cases would be prosecuted in federal court.