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The Lexington Police Department announced a partnership on Wednesday with Nextdoor (nextdoor.com), a social network for neighborhoods, that they hope will improve city-wide and neighbor-to-neighbor communications.
A group promoting many of Kentucky's bourbon producers has added a staff member to take the lead in spreading the word about responsible consumption.
A current and a former state social worker pleaded with lawmakers to help alleviate staff shortages and rising caseloads.
A group of University of Kentucky faculty wants to establish a center that focuses on social justice and inequality.
Family members of two people who killed themselves last year are suing the Social Security Administration, saying that the government's decision to end disability checks for hundreds of eastern Kentucky residents played a substantial role in their deaths.
What older sister hasn’t wished she could somehow get rid of her annoying baby brother?
What do bagpipes sound like in space? We now know the answer to that, thanks to a NASA astronaut aboard the International Space Station.
Happy Birthday" surprise from the President? For R&B artist Usher, it was an all too real experience.
It's no secret: traffic jams are frustrating and stressful -- a jarring mixture of both urgency and inaction.
Youtube favorites Ultimate Insanity may have pulled off the ultimate frisbee catch in a recent video.
This cat has heard enough, and is taking matters into his own hands.
Adam Peterson's son isn't playing around when it comes to hip hop.
A new roller coaster coming to Cedar Point will reportedly break 10 world records
Furry? Soft? Cuddly? What's not to like?
A man bicycling in Australia finds his place at the top of the food chain may not be as secure as he thought.
This young boy has way too many situations on his hands.
A young prodigy on the links nails her first hole-in-one, and Dad has to make good on a promise.
It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the... oh, wait. It's totally the size of the dog in the fight.
Canadian Parliament candidate Wyatt Scott used some non-traditional advertising to sway voters.
A 3-year old Kung Fu student really earns his fist board break.