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UPDATE: Homicide victim’s family speaks out

Lexington Police say two men are in custody for a homicide earlier this week. They say the men disposed of the body in Washington County.

KSP: Student found with gun on bus in Washington County

A student was found with a handgun in a backpack on the school bus Thursday morning in Washington County, according to Kentucky State Police.

Man injured after motorcycle hydroplanes in Washington Co.

State police say one person was injured after his motorcycle hydroplaned on Gordon Ford Lane Monday morning.

Police: Mass shooting prevented in Washington County

SPRINGFIELD, Ky. (WTVQ) - Police may have prevented a mass shooting at a business in Washington County. Police say they arrested Matthew Smith with an...

KSP: Teen killed in Washington Co. collision

Kentucky State Police have identified the driver who was killed in a wreck on KY 53 on Saturday, October 8.

Teen dies in Washington Co. collision

A crash in Washington Co. took the life of a teen, and sent a woman to the hospital on Monday.

UPDATE: Arrest made in Washington County murder

A man already in jail was charged with murder in a Washington County shooting, according to State Police.

Death investigation in Washington Co.

Kentucky State Police are conducting a death investigation following a shooting in Washington Co.

One Killed, One Injured In Washington Co. Crash

A woman was killed and another driver was treated and released after an accident Saturday morning in Washington County.

UPDATE: Troopers Investigate Car Fire After Finding Body Inside

Troopers in Washington County are investigating a car fire near Springfield after finding a body inside.

Washington County Fatal Crash

Police say a woman died after failing to yield and striking another vehicle Sunday.

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Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12

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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board.