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The goal is to hold the first induction this fall. [Read More]
Three Knott County business owners renovate abandoned gas station into an indoor/outdoor flea market. [Read More]
The Yellow Jackets (14-11) have now won five of their last six games. [Read More]
Eula Hall, 93, died Saturday, leaving behind a legacy of care. [Read More]
Hundreds of Kentucky students have requested to retake the year, 523 students in Fayette County, 289 students in Madison County, and 197 students in Scott... [Read More]
A Laurel County woman was charged with falsely reporting an incident after deputies say she called 911 multiple times in two days. [Read More]
Some parents say they will definitely sign their child up to protect them, and help get us back to normal, while others say they don't... [Read More]
A bear was caught on video in Gatlinburg eating trash from a dumpster. [Read More]
Lexington police are investigating a shooting that happened Monday at a vigil for the city's most recent homicide victim. [Read More]
Kentucky cattle producers joined Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Dr. Ryan Quarles Monday to commemorate the month of May as "Kentucky Beef Month." [Read More]
K-9s been known to sniff out people, drugs, disease and now electronic devices that could contain images of child abuse. [Read More]
Like a lot of sectors, the nonprofit world was been hit hard through the pandemic. Fundraisers were canceled or moved online and many saw a... [Read More]
He spent the last seven seasons as head coach of the Eagles. [Read More]
A WKYT Investigates analysis found that several communities in Owsley County have among the longest drives in the state to get to a hospital. [Read More]
The Corning manufacturing facility makes the glass for iPhones, Apple watches and iPads. [Read More]
As we continue to watch vaccines roll out across Kentucky, we are here to answer your questions. [Read More]
The cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline is not directly impacting Kentucky, but experts say that could change if the problem is not fixed soon. [Read More]
The drawing depicts two people hanging from a noose, what appears to be three hooded figures below and a burning cross. [Read More]
Governor Andy Beshear is providing an update on COVID-19 cases. [Read More]
After this weekend's cold front, temperatures for much of this week will stay well below average with a few frost threats as well... [Read More]
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