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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
Governor Beshear has only been in office since December, but already he's gaining popularity on social media.
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.
Exceptions for drive-through, take out, delivery; unemployment changes coming.
Lexington Police say a scam posted on social media led to a robbery and chase in the Hamburg area late Tuesday afternoon.
Nicholasville police say social media can often help solve crimes, but right now it's slowing officers down.
Twitter and Pinterest are rolling out new efforts to root out voting misinformation ahead of the November elections.
A 19-year-old man is considered dangerous after posting what Nicholasville Police consider a threat to officers on social media.
Families report receiving phone calls claiming their children have been kidnapped. Find out how the scam works, so you don't fall for it.
Users may have noticed that they aren't able to post a Thanksgiving update on Facebook.
Meijer says it will donate a meal for every photo of food shared publicly through Thanksgiving with the hashtag, #MeijerSimplyGive.
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.
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.
President Donald Trump says something should be done to make social media companies liable for their content.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office, along with Georgetown Police and Scott County Schools are investigating a social media post that implied a threat at Georgetown Middle School.
There will be a larger police presence at school tomorrow in Bardstown after a threat was received Sunday morning.
Police say two officers working an off-duty assignment were asked by mall security to investigate a group of teenagers who had been acting disorderly in several stores.
Expect police to be at Lafayette High School Friday after a threatening social media post was made.
A letter from Tates Creek Middle School that was put on social media saying students will have to start paying for paper was just part of a class project, not an actual policy.