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Kentucky State Police are hoping someone can help troopers identify a man who may have stolen a smartphone from a Dollar General.
Lexington Police says it needs help in identifying a person of interest.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Following two reports of educators dragging autistic students, a Kentucky school district has outlined a plan to improve services. The Lexington...
Police say actress Sean Young is wanted for questioning after she was caught on surveillance video stealing laptops and video production software from a store in New York City.
Frankfort Police Captain Chris Quire says right now, around 50 people have registered, but police still need more.
A Lexington man is being sued by the city after he filed an open records request for documents about surveillance cameras, owned and operated by the Lexington Police Department.
The FBI has released new surveillance photos they say show fugitive lawyer Eric Conn at a gas station and Walmart in New Mexico.
The Owensboro Police Department has released a surveillance photograph of a man they say is a "person of interest" in a shoplifting incident.
Police in Frankfort are asking for help from the public in identifying three suspects in an armed robbery on Saturday.
The Lexington Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that led to the fraudulent use of the victim’s debit card.
New evidence has granted a retrial in the case of a janitor serving life behind bars in Kentucky for the murder of his co-worker at a biotech company.
Police in Lexington are asking for help from the public in identifying a woman they say stole flower pots from the backyard of a home on Eddie Street.
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office is asking for help identifying a man they say was involved in a robbery at the Quality Inn off GOP Street just east of London on Friday morning.
Georgetown Police are looking for two people they say got away with over $1,000 dollars in merchandise from Kohl's department store.
Richmond police have released a surveillance photo of a suspect they say stole items from the YMCA.
Lexington police are using more video on social media and the web to help solve crimes.
New details are emerging from Kentucky State Police about a controversial video showing a trooper beating up a man in Rockcastle County.
Officers have released surveillance video of a suspect they say shoplifted several items from the Nicholasville Road Kmart back in February, in the hopes that someone in the public will be able to identify the man.
Police say it took only two hours after releasing surveillance video of a wallet theft before the suspect came forward.