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State Police Issue Phone Scam Warning

State Police are issuing a warning as the Better Business Bureau across the country warn of a rash of "one ring" phone scams.

Road Crews Keeping Up With Winter Weather

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said it’s spent $27 million dollars on snow and ice removal so far this winter season.

Gov. Beshear Gets Presidential Invite to State of the Union Address

Kentucky's performance with health care sign-ups through its state-run website has earned Gov. Steve Beshear a White House invitation to attend President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech.

State Police Warn About Internet Predators

State Police released a new video recently, warning parents about the dangers of Internet predators.

State Police Warn About Internet Predators

State Police released a new video recently, warning parents about the dangers of Internet predators.

State Police Conduct Drug Bust at Morehead Hotel

State Police said they received two separate phone calls early Wednesday morning reporting possible drug activity at Morehead's Comfort Inn and Suites on Highway 801.

State Police Conduct Drug Bust at Morehead Hotel

State Police said they received two separate phone calls early Wednesday morning reporting possible drug activity at Morehead's Comfort Inn and Suites on Highway 801.

MSU Looks at Remote Access to Medicine

Morehead State University hosted a RAM ("Remote Area Medical,") conference to discuss access to medicine in remote eastern Kentucky areas.

Update: Closing Girls Home Struggling To Finish Out Month

The Executive Director of the Florence Crittenton Home in Lexington says the non-profit is barely getting by.

Update: Closing Girls Home Struggling To Finish Out Month

The Executive Director of the Florence Crittenton Home in Lexington says the non-profit is barely getting by.

State Workers Rally for Raises

Bills go up but paychecks don’t seem to grow enough. State workers say they haven’t gotten a raise since 2009 but they say their healthcare costs continue to skyrocket.

State Workers Rally for Raises

Bills go up but paychecks don’t seem to grow enough. State workers say they haven’t gotten a raise since 2009 but they say their healthcare costs continue to skyrocket.

State ACT Scores Up, Still Below National Averages

Kentucky scores on the ACT college entrance exam have improved this year, but still fall below average national scores.

Update: State Okays Tax Increment Financing For CentrePointe Project

The state has approved tax increment financing, or TIF, for the latest version of the downtown CentrePointe project.

Local Governments Cannot Pass Gun Regulation Laws

A new state law says local governments cannot pass laws that regulate guns. Instead, that power is left to the state.

Attorney General Launches New Website

The State Attorney has created a new website making it easier to launch consumer complaints.

Health Departments Across Kentucky Making Cuts

Health departments throughout Kentucky are going to be taking a hit with limited state and local funds.

Woodford County To Celebrate State Baseball Title

A victory parade is being held today for the Woodford County High School baseball team for their State Championship.

Woodford County’s Title Value To Versailles

First-year head coach Jeff Parrett and graduated Jacket Rodney Gross on the value of the program's biggest win.

Woodford County Preps For State

First time to state tournament, not first trip to Whitaker Bank Park.

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Home hit by gunfire in shoot-out among vehicles

Fortunately nobody hurt inside home.

Sinkhole repair begins Friday on Mountain Parkway; closures, detours set

Eastbound Mountain Parkway to close between exits 33-40, detoured for up to two week.

State hits second-highest COVID day with 1,018 cases

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The state reported 1,018 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, the second highest single-day total since the outbreak began March 6. The numbers,...

KRDHD reports possible COVID exposure at church, grocery in Letcher County

Potential exposure was 10 days ago at church, last weekend at grocery.