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Slight chance of a rain shower. Lexington police tighten policies on off-duty employment, require uniforms, cameras, College football on television this weekend (Oct. 22-24), The John Clay Podcast: Kentucky-Missouri football preview, Poll shows McConnell with single-digit lead over McGrath in KY with two weeks to go, Investigation underway after Kentucky woman dies in train accident, police say, See Kentucky fall splendor on the fly with zip-line through tree canopy. Jim Beam is launching a new premium Kentucky bourbon. New Era Features Editor, Teenager shot in the face on Mechanic, Younglove streets, Office building evolved out of house owned by Dr. William Hill, Hoptown offers haunted Halloween fun for families, Health department reports 29th COVID-19 related death, 2nd highest state virus increase reported Wednesday, Sexual abuse, rape case dismissed by prosecution, McLean County man arrested in Hopkinsville following pursuit, Bardstown missing nearly $764K; police investigating, Hopkinsville man dies in hunting incident, conservation officers investigating, Oak Grove City Council amends budget to purchase new water department truck, Committee recommends returning $350,000 CARES dollars to general fund, Judge says Breonna Taylor grand juror can speak about case, Oak Grove City Hall confirms second COVID-positive case, Man arrested for allegedly pointing gun at two people, drug charges, One driver injured following a collision at E. 21 St., Ft. Campbell Blvd. It happened late Tuesday night at a home on Old Crab Orchard Road, about three miles north of in London. Read the latest news, business, crime and sports headlines from Lexington and other KY cities, including Fayette County.

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Today the large Lexington nursing home is reporting the first death due to Covid-19. According to a post on the park’s Facebook page, a bobcat was spotted during the day at the park. Pope Francis says gay couples should be legally covered with civil union laws. Low 66F. That will be the top of mind in the special called board meeting Wednesday and the regularly scheduled board meeting Monday night.

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The next few days will give you flashbacks of September. Jennifer Frazier died Tuesday morning after being hit by a train.

Most Fayette students will learn from home until winter break. Kentucky superintendent apologizes, keeps his job after blackface photo emerges. Slight chance of a rain shower. ‘They’re a championship team.’, Trump, COVID-19 and rematches highlight Kentucky state House races. 1,330 new KY coronavirus cases and 17 deaths. Board scraps hybrid plan. After 7 months, Fayette County schools continue to get an F in pandemic planning, Bishop Stowe: Neither political party nor candidate fully embraces Catholic teaching.

Jim Beam launches pricey new bourbon. Kentucky News: Kentucky Crime News and other information in the Bluegrass State. The Bulldogs beat Douglass in PKs and the Blue Devils beat Madison Central 3-2 Tuesday night. According to White House recommendations, anyone in orange or red zone counties should limit gatherings to immediate family only. To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.

Bluegrass, red state. It was found during the remodeling of her bathroom.

A year ago, Kelsey Waldon was soaring.

A Frankfort lawyer says formal complaints have been filed against Kentucky Representative Robert Goforth. The man is accused of killing 54-year-old Famey Hellard. Our Friday cold front looks to bring active weather to the region. Read more, A teenager was seriously injured transported to Nashville after being shot in the face at around 7:15 p.m. Thursday while in the area of Mechanic and Younglove streets, according to a Hopkinsville Police Department report. So he walks to school, Why a Democratic landslide could crush the GOP for years to come, Trump falsely claims best economy in history in '60 Minutes' interview, Lady Blazers advance to district finals in five-set thriller, UHA advances, Colonels fall in region quarterfinals, Lady Cols fall, Trigg wins in region tourney, Second Region Tournament continues tonight, Setting Sisters: Beth and Sarah sharing setting experience together, Boys Soccer second region tournament postponed, Local teams set to begin Second Region Tournament tonight, Steven M. Sipple: A legitimate concern about Martinez; and heading off heated Chinander talk, Watch now: Don't call them turnovers, the Illinois football team comes up with takeaways, Two-Minute Drill: Breaking down the highlights from Scott Frost's Thursday availability, Red Report: Frost says it's unclear if juco WR Manning will make trip; Culp wins kicking job, The rise of QAnon isn’t surprising.
Wagner's late goal propels Blazers to region title game, Adams, Francis meet again in forum for Ward 1 seat, Mayoral candidates Lynch, Knight meet in League of Women Voters forum, Study of Kings Chapel Road reveals average speed of 45 MPH, Hay, hay, hay! The education budget is being called a major obstacle by state leaders. The shooting happened Wednesday afternoon in the area of West Fifth and Smith St. Our run of very warm air continues today! The University Heights Academy Lady Blazers volleyball team fended off the Hopkinsville Lady Tigers on their home court to win the District 8 semifinals. State leaders were on hand Wednesday morning for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new 2.76 million square foot greenhouse in Rowan County. Real-time updates and all local stories you want right in the palm of your hand.

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 84 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Tuesday. Kentucky Treasurer Alison Ball says Governor Andy Beshear violated the constitution when he made some of his executive orders in the early days of the pandemic, specifically regarding church attendance. I’m no less shocked than anybody else by the rise of the wacky QAnon conspiracy theory-turned-movement in this election year, but I’m not surprised by its viral spread. Our information universe clearly has problems. Woman, 64, tried multiple times to kill Versailles man before he died, chief says, Trunk or Treat, Halloween parade plus nine other things to do this weekend in Lexington, 1,330 new Kentucky COVID-19 cases, 17 new deaths, Guidance on celebrating Halloween during a pandemic, Pelosi on virus relief bill: ‘It’s not up to me to psych out Mitch McConnell’, After rough start, ‘Bossman Fat’ and the Kentucky secondary are silencing skeptics, Kentucky football: Five things to know about the Missouri Tigers, Expectations sky high now that Olivier Sarr can play.

Country music icon and Eastern Kentucky native Loretta Lynn became the first woman to earn a statue outside the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Stay connected to politics, crime, sports, community events and more that's happening in this area of Central KY.

A new Mason-Dixon poll shows positive approval ratings of Governor Andy Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s job performances.

Kentucky State Police arrest man on charges related to child sexual abuse material.

Manager of the McDonald’s in Hazard, Jennifer Hammond, won a Ray Kroc Award.

The results of a traffic study requested by Trigg County Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander for Kings Chapel Road revealed vehicles traveling at an average speed of 45 miles per hour during a period that saw more than 90 vehicles on the road. 804 talking about this. The Lexington Police Department has changed its policy for officers working off-duty.

A few passing clouds. The symposium will take place Friday, Oct. 23. Madisonville Messenger. HENDERSON — Henderson County and University Heights Academy have been in this exact scenario in each of the last five years. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. A childcare provider in Lexington is accused of abusing a baby back in 2013. Read more, A classic comic strip character, a set of felines, an outdoor camping scene and stacks of money were the winning designs in the inaugural Christian County 4-H Bale Trail fundraiser contest.

But as always, they rose to the occasion. It has been 15 years since Lisa Phelps lost her ring. More than 280 students and staff were quarantined as of Wednesday within the Floyd County Schools district. The results of a traffic study requested by Trigg County Judge-Executive Hollis Alexander for Kings Chapel Road revealed vehicles traveling at an average speed of 45 miles per hour during a period that saw more than 90 vehicles on the road.

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