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Petco supporting therapy, service and working animals

Petco invited people to visit their stores to meet a helping hero on Saturday.

University of Kentucky to offer more ag health, safety info

Two colleges at the University of Kentucky are working together to expand health- and safety-related education offered to farmers and their families.

UPDATE: Lexington Police & Fire non-emergency numbers working again

The non-emergency numbers for Lexington Police and Lexington Fire began operating again around 10:15 p.m. Friday after being down for about four hours, according to E-911 officials.

Lexington Fire: Military Pike house fire still under investigation

The Lexington Fire Department worked a structure fire in the 4300 block of Military Pike on Tuesday afternoon.

Working condition survey gets strong response from educators

An education survey aimed at assessing working conditions has gotten an overwhelming response in Kentucky.

Frankfort Police working with heavy hearts

Law enforcement officers all across the country have heavy hearts because of what happened in Dallas, Texas.

Phone system problems at Georgetown Community Hospital

Georgetown Community Hospital says a Wind Stream outage is affecting its phone system.

Oldest working nurse in the U.S. turns 90

This woman has been healing people since before you were born... and may have been there for that, too!

Elderly Man Assaulted While Working On Mail Box

The Georgetown Police is investigating an elderly man that was assaulted while at his mail box.

Crews Hope to Keep Customers with Power

Power crews are hoping to avoid a repeat of 2003 and 2009 by boosting resources early.

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Missing man found dead following violent car crash

41-year old Raymond Neisz, of Princeton, was found dead at a single-vehicle crash scene on KY 293 in Caldwell County, according to KSP.

Missing Chicago man found dead in Hardin County

Kentucky State Police say a body found May 1st in Hardin County is that of a man missing from Chicago. 

Baffert upset with Churchill Downs ruling: “It shouldn’t have been called a positive test”

LEXINGTON, KY (WTVQ)- Hall of Fame Trainer Bob Baffert is professing his innocence and claiming that he never injected Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit...
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New KSP K9 can sniff out electronic evidence, doubles as emotional support

In less than two months on the job, May has already assisted on four search warrants, saving investigators hours looking for evidence.