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David Griffith and Noah Blevins, both 18-years old from London, became the third and fourth teens charged in connection to an animal cruelty case that includes shocking video of a dog being abused.
Ahead of his visit to Lexington Monday, President Donald Trump has released a video endorsement of Governor Matt Bevin.
Danville Police are asking for help finding someone they say tried to set a house on fire.
The dog seen being punched on a widely-circulated video was later found dead, according to the Laurel County Sheriff Office.
Police say two officers working an off-duty assignment were asked by mall security to investigate a group of teenagers who had been acting disorderly in several stores.
A newly discovered bug in Apple's FaceTime software lets Apple users listen in on the people they are calling, and even see through their front-facing camera, without them picking-up the call.
Lexington Police hope surveillance video will help them identify and locate two people in connection to a hit-and-run that left a bicyclist dead.
The owner of a Lexington McDonald's says a viral video showing a manager asking a woman to leave the restaurant doesn't tell the full story.
Gov. Matt Bevin has posted a video showing himself throwing smoke bombs and shooting grenade launchers.
Police in Lawrenceburg are looking for your help.
A television network has aired video of Harvey Weinstein fondling a woman who accused him of rape.
"Out of touch", "racist." Those are some of the words, and phrases being heard in response to a video posted by Governor Matt Bevin.
A fire this morning destroyed part of a Nicholasville business.
Teachers across the state dressed in black on Monday to protest Governor Matt Bevin's controversial comments on Friday's teacher rally in Frankfort.
Gavin Heady, a junior at Marshall County High School described the shooting at Madison County High School as something out of a horror film.
Chilling video has been released of a UK football fan being shot while on a trip to see the Kentucky-South Carolina game in Columbia in September.
A fight at a Kentucky high school in which an officer was assaulted and a stun gun was used on a student has led the district to launch two investigations.
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.
More controversy for Governor Matt Bevin as he encourages students to participate in tomorrow's national "Bring your Bible to School Day".
A Kentucky television station says a judge has ruled that police must seek a subpoena to try to obtain unedited video of an interview with a suspect.