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Photos taken by a customer in a Walmart in South Williamson went viral after appearing to show a baby buried under merchandise at the bottom of a shopping cart.
Lexington police officers are trending on social media.
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.
The video of Forrest Hunter asking for help over the Walmart intercom has gone viral.
During a community event at Speigle Park Saturday, a Lexington Police Officer joined in and danced the wobble with other children in the park. The dance was all captured on video and has gone viral.
A teenager accused of driving around Lexington while firing a gun made his first court appearance Tuesday.
The man dragged from a full United Airlines flight is a Kentucky physician who was convicted more than a decade ago of felony charges involving his prescribing of drugs.
A rant from a Louisville shopper is getting nationwide attention after a bystander videotaped the incident and posted it on YouTube.
The Jefferson Mall in Louisville is banning a woman caught on video screaming racist and vulgar insults at another holiday shopper.
A Georgetown resident posted a picture to Facebook of an officer who appears to be praying with a man.
More than 24-hours after posting its "Running Man Challenge" video to Facebook, Lexington officers are soaking in the viral fame, after patrols of course.
A photo of a young driver and a "traffic stop" is getting nationwide attention.
Furry? Soft? Cuddly? What's not to like?
A man bicycling in Australia finds his place at the top of the food chain may not be as secure as he thought.
One simple act of kindness is getting a lot of attention.
Looking to warm up from winter with some laughter, a Lexington man makes a video, not expecting the attention it would gain.
Two local fathers, who have been best friends since the eighth-grade, shot an adorable video of playtime with their babies. The silliness has since gone viral.
Just when you thought you'd heard the last of "Let it Go," head of Providence, Rhode Island's Moses Brown school, Matt Glendinning, send out a special school closing message for parents.
Amazing fireworks over metro Manila
A recent UK Health Services survey went viral because of some of the questions that were asked. At the end of the survey, students said they were asked to agree or disagree with statements like “homosexuality is a sin” or “homosexuality is a mental illness.”
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