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Georgetown Police looking for suspects in TV theft

Police want to find two people they say shoplifted a television from a Georgetown Walmart .

Lexington man charged with rape, theft

Police have arrested a man for raping a woman on New Year's Eve and stealing from her.

TV campaign in Lexington discourages giving cash to panhandlers

Public service announcements will soon be airing in the Lexington market encouraging citizens to give to programs that assist panhandlers, rather than giving them cash.

LPD investigating attempted apartment theft

Police say the near-victim of a theft confronted a suspect as he tried to steal a television from an apartment on Nicholasville Road.

Central Kentucky Computer Society

Brooke Thomas and Joe Dietz, with the Central Kentucky Computer Society, drop by the studio to share their latest tech tip with Meteorologist Eric Burke, and talk up their upcoming Tech Night, happening April 10th.

FCSH presents “The Addams Family”

Franklin County High School Drama and Music is bringing the tv cult classic The Addams Family back to life! Watch as Ashleigh Caudell (playing Morticia Addams) & Kyle Wilcox (Gomez Addams) act out a scene from the musical play!

Court documents: Man impersonated officer to get money for a TV

Travis Hacker is accused of impersonating an officer to make a pawn shop buy a television from him.

Two arrested in TV theft from former restaurant

The Lexington Police Department say two people are behind bars after they reportedly broke into a former restaurant and took televisions, speakers, and alcohol.

GOP group launches TV ads against Stumbo in eastern Ky.

A national group of Republican state leaders has paid for a TV ad criticizing Kentucky Democratic House Speaker Greg Stumbo.

Franklin Co. football team cleans up for national television

Football can be a dirty sport, but the Franklin Co. High School Flyers football team is telling the nation that it doesn't have to be.

Conway outspent Bevin on TV in Kentucky governor’s race

Democrat Jack Conway spent nearly twice as much as Republican Matt Bevin on TV ads, but it was not enough to get him elected governor.

Bevin makes statewide TV debut

Kentucky's Governor-elect, Matt Bevin spoke for the first time on statewide television since his win over Democrat Jack Conway.

Campaign TV costs released, Democrats outspending Republicans

Numbers released by the Center for Public Integrity point to Kentucky Democrats as leading Republicans in the category of money spent on TV ads.

After expensive Senate campaign, Grimes goes back on the air

Alison Lundergan Grimes is back on TV for the first time since her 2014 race against Republican U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell shattered state spending records.

Bevin’s wife featured in latest TV ad in governor’s race

The wife of Republican nominee for governor Matt Bevin is defending him in a new 30-second TV ad that began airing Monday.

RGA stops running TV ads in Kentucky governor’s race

The Republican Governor's Association has stopped running TV ads for Matt Bevin in Kentucky with a little more than a month to go until Election Day.

With 1 week left, GOP candidates have prime time TV debate

Kentucky's treacherous Republican primary for governor, marred by abuse allegations and gobs of outside spending, gets a statewide TV audience Monday night as the four candidates go head to head in prime time a little more than one week before the election.

Harrodsburg Police looking for TV theft suspect

Police in Harrodsburg are looking for a man from a surveillance photo they say took a television set from Walmart.

3 of 4 GOP candidates for Kentucky governor have TV ads

Three of Kentucky's four Republican candidates for governor now have TV ads airing in the state.

Cyrus to play Elvis impersonator in CMT series

A late-night glimpse of a Pentecostal church while he was walking his dog inspired country singer Billy Ray Cyrus to dream up a television series that the CMT network said Thursday will become part of its schedule early next year.

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