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Milk truck flips in Lawrenceburg leaving milk streaming down the street

A milk truck flipped over Tuesday afternoon, spilling some of its 6,000 gallon load at the intersection of Jenny Lillard and Eagle Drive, shutting down Jenny Lillard at Nathan Way for hours. 

Thousands line the streets to welcome home paralyzed deputy

Scott County Deputy Jaime Morales received a hero's welcome on his return home after being shot in the line of duty in September.

Man found shot in road, Lexington Police start homicide investigation

Lexington Police are investigating a homicide, after they say they found a man shot on Harris Court overnight.

Protesters rally for Poor People’s Campaign in Frankfort

On Monday people across the country kicked of the 40 day Poor People's Campaign which looks to bring awareness to issues affecting the vulnerable in our country.

Capital Plaza demolition will close some Frankfort streets

Demolition work at the Capital Plaza Complex, scheduled to begin Tuesday, Jan. 23, will cause the closure of some Frankfort streets.

‘Gray death’ is the latest opioid street mix causing worry

It's being called "gray death" — a new and dangerous opioid combo that underscores the ever-changing nature of the U.S. addiction crisis.

Red Mile Place Renamed in Honor of Former Vice Mayor Harry Sykes

On Friday, Mayor Jim Gray and the Urban County Council announced the renaming of a Lexington street “Harry Sykes Way” to honor the late Harry Sykes, Lexington’s first African American city commissioner, mayor pro tem and vice mayor.

New Details in Toddler’s Murder

Police testimony during a preliminary trial in Fayette County District Court revealed new details into the investigation of a murdered toddler.

Heavy rains caused flooding in Montgomery County

The emergency management director says about six roads throughout Montgomery County were closed because they were covered with water.

Street near Madison Square Garden becomes Muhammad Ali Way

A length of street next to New York's Madison Square Garden is being temporarily renamed Muhammad Ali Way to honor the boxing legend, who died last week.

Accused murderer back in Kentucky, faces judge Monday

Demarcus Harris is the third person arrested in connection to the 2014 murder of Darnell Bates. Harris was taken into custody on December 5th.

Street Craves & Freakin’ Unbelievable Burgers salute Veterans

Street Craves & Freakin’ Unbelievable Burgers are saying “thank you” to all of those who have served the country or are currently serving in the armed forces this Veterans Day.

7th Street Road in Corbin closed after accident

A non-injury accident has closed down 7th Street Road in Corbin, according to the Corbin Police Department.

Street rods arriving in Louisville for national show

Louisville expects to be host this week to more than 11,000 vintage vehicles and 30,000 visitors when the National Street Rod Association's 46th annual Street Rod Nationals Plus gets underway.

Mural accidently washed away, art community looks for silver lining

A mural in Lexington, paying tribute to the city’s horseracing heritage, was washed away by accident. But some people in the art community say there is a silvery lining to the mistake.

State investigating day care after toddler found in street

The Office of Inspector General is investigating after a 21-month-old boy was found wandering in the street near a Louisville day care.

City preps for Sweet 16 celebrations

The city of Lexington and first responders are preparing for celebrations after UK’s Sweet 16 game against WVU.

Police and firefighters ready when UK fans celebrate

As Kentucky starts its road to championship nine, Lexington Police and fire crews are getting ready.

More parking added for businesses near CentrePointe construction

The city put in four, temporary, metered spots to help businesses that lost customers because of the CentrePointe construction.

CentrePointe Construction Could Close Main Street

A couple of downtown Lexington’s busiest streets might have to close, for almost two days, as part of the CentrePointe work.

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Ohio-based company bringing 24 jobs to Boone County

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