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Asian anti-hate discussion at UK

In light of the explosion in hate crimes in this country against asians and asian-americans, the University of Kentucky held an event to show support for these communities. 

Kentucky schools continue to welcome students back in-person

It's back to the classroom for students in two central Kentucky school districts.

KSP officer begins chemo treatment

Dozens of Kentucky first responders parked along the street of a home in Richmond, lighting the neighborhood up red and blue, but not because they were responding to an emergency.

NTI support agencies receiving thousands to expand education assistance

NTI support agencies receiving $100,000 to expand education assistance for students and families.

Community rallies around family of Lexington Police Detective during hard times

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- As some say when it rains it pours, that's literally the case for the Holland family. "The perfect storm so to speak,...

Madison County residents show their support for school leaders

School leaders across the state are facing tough decisions, especially after the Governor asked them to delay the start of in-person classes until at least late September.

Commerce Lexington shares support for peaceful protesters

Commerce Lexington is sharing its support for peaceful protesters advocating for racial equality. 

Trump tweets support for Kentucky governor in election

President Donald Trump has tweeted his support for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin, a steadfast Trump supporter who faces a tough reelection fight in Kentucky.

Trump to headline fundraiser for Kentucky governor

President Trump to campaign for Governor Bevin and speak at AMVETS convention in Louisville on August 21.

Online resources helps relative caregivers of children find support

The Kentucky Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) has launched a new online resource to give support information to relative and fictive kin caregivers.

Injured sheriff’s deputy Jamie Morales able to drive again

Georgetown Sheriff's Deputy, Jamie Morales, who was injured in the line of duty says he has reached another milestone in his recovery.

New support for employees with children with special needs

A new, free benefit to support those caring for children with learning, social or behavior challenges, or developmental disabilities comes to state employees in 2019.

Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war

In back-to-back votes against Saudi Arabia, the Senate delivered an unusual rebuke of President Donald Trump’s response to the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and signaled new skepticism from Capitol Hill toward the longtime Middle East ally.

Federal grant to support prenatal, early childhood program

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky officials say a new $7.5 million grant will support a statewide program aimed at decreasing the number of premature...

Ball State sees large response after Papa John’s decision

More than 500 people have emailed Ball State University about its decision to support Papa John's founder John Schnatter amid controversy over his use of a racial slur.

Businesses support teachers through savings

Several businesses around the state are stepping up in support of teachers, the day after the general assembly's pension vote.

Grant will expand HMH support for sexual assault victims

A $125,000 grant will help the HMH Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program.

Wildcat Wearhouse raises funds for family of fallen police officer

Wildcat Wearhouse has created a shirt to raise funds for Officer Hamilton's wife and infant child.

Lexington’s Urban County Council votes to support medical marijuana

Lexington's Urban County Council approved a resolution on the legalization of medical marijuana in Kentucky.

Danville High School writes hundreds of letters to Marshall County High

Students at Danville High School are coming together this week to show their support to the students of Marshall County High School and their doing it the old fashioned way, by sending hundreds of handwritten letters.

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UPDATE: Knott County hires new school superintendent

Brent Hoover had been acting superintendent since late May following the death of Superintendent Kim King.

Cost to build new Lexington middle school increasing

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Fayette County's Board of Education is waiting to take action on several next steps for the County's newest Middle School...including...

Lexington Make-A-Wish recipient gets unique wish granted

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Typically...the ‘Make-A-Wish Foundation’ only grants wishes for kids 18 and younger, but 20-year-old Cristal Espinosa’s circumstances were much different. She waited...