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State coronavirus cases remain level, holiday advice issued

Officials urge residents to be cautious during weekend.

92 new cases; 3 deaths; Companies called on for protective gear

Beshear announced 92 new cases and three new deaths during his coronavirus update on Saturday.

45 new cases, 439 total; Beshear warns of crowding at parks

Beshear continues to pressed Kentuckians to remain vigilant about social distancing amid reports of crowding.

Lexington Mayor and city officials give advice for winter conditions

Lexington mayor Linda Gorton held a news conference Friday morning to update the public on some of the impacts the weather's having on residents.

UK unveils plans for Winslow Property

University of Kentucky leaders are giving us a better idea of what to expect for the Winslow property on campus. The new facility, yet to...

UPDATE: Coroner IDs woman found near KY River, foul play suspected

Kentucky State Police is investigating after a woman's body was found near the Kentucky River.

Rescheduled closures for New Circle Road in Fayette Co.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet advises motorists that there is an update for work toward the New Circle Road/KY 4 widening project in Lexington.

Apple says Face-Time will be back to normal next week

Apple says Face-Time will be safe to use again next week.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to Supreme Court

The Latest on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh (all times local):

Update on condition of Kentucky Center for Performing Arts Building since June 13 fire

Employees at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts will be able to return back to work Monday due to the amount of work that has been accomplished since a fire that happened there on June 13.

UPDATE: Crews still working to put out Stuff Recycling fire

Firefighters remain on the scene of this weekend's massive fire at a recycling facility in Winchester that shut down the road and several businesses in the area for close to a day.

School Bus-Dump Truck Crash

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The Latest on the aftermath of a school bus crash with a dump truck in New Jersey (all times local): 2:45...

Weisenberger Mill Bridge Project to move forward

The state plans to move forward with an alternate plan that re-uses some elements of the existing Weisenberger Mill Bridge in an ongoing effort to re-open the road.

“End Panhandling Now” van update

The “End Panhandling Now” van has been operating since May 8th and Lexington city officials say over a hundred panhandlers have taken up the opportunity to make some money.

FBI: Eric Conn spotted in New Mexico

The FBI has released new surveillance photos they say show fugitive lawyer Eric Conn at a gas station and Walmart in New Mexico.

UPDATE: 8-year old boy dies from injuries suffered in Monday car accident

An 8-year old boy who was critically injured in a car accident earlier this week in Laurel County died Thursday from his injuries at UK Hospital in Lexington, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

State officials update government transparency website

State officials have updated Kentucky's government transparency website to include spending details of the judicial branch.

UPDATE: Two Juveniles Charged in Franklin Co. “Dog-Kicking” Case

Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton alongside County Attorney Rick Sparks announced Friday, two juveniles involved in the kicking of a Frankfort dog face charges of animal cruelty and complicity.

Franklin County mother admits to neglecting children

A Franklin County mother admitted to neglecting her three children to a circuit court judge last week.

Feds deny Kentucky’s request for more time to update IDs

The federal government has denied Kentucky's request for more time to update its drivers' licenses, potentially forcing residents to use passports to board domestic flights by 2018.

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McConnell uses a Democrat’s quote in first attack ad of general election

The ad features criticisms from newspapers of McConnell's opponent during the June Primary.
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New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.