Superintendent: How metal detectors will work at Douglass High School
Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Manny Caulk talked about new measures to keep students safe at Frederick Douglass High School where a student accidentally shot himself with a gun he brought to school Friday.
The casket of Marco Shemwell, the boy struck by a car Sept. 15 outside near Kroger Field stadium, was carried out of Calvary Christian Church in Winchester Monday and placed in a hearse for travel to a cemetery.
University of Kentucky officials celebrated the opening of a new, $265 million research building aimed at solving health disparities that plague Kentucky, such as cancer, diabetes, obesity and substance abuse.
State Sen. Ralph Alvarado, R-Winchester, opposes bills that would set minimum staffing requirements for nursing homes because those jobs can be hard to fill. “It’s a job that a lot of folks don’t, frankly, want to do,” Alvarado says.
Robert Crail Sr. and his wife, Dorothy, recount how their son, Bobby, was found pinned under his motorized wheelchair in a stairwell 10 hours after going missing at Woodcrest Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Erlanger.
Christopher Spedding, attorney for UK student Jacob Heil, who hit a and killed a four-year-old with his car Saturday while allegedly under the influence of alcohol, asks the public to reserve judgement about Heil until more facts are known.
Lexington police want help identifying those responsible for vandalizing a car after University of Kentucky's football game over Florida last Saturday. The car, which belonged to a man who was not a UK student, was totaled.
A Scott County sheriff’s deputy was in critical condition Wednesday after being involved in a shooting late Tuesday night that left a fugitive from Florida dead at an I-75 rest area, according to Kentucky State Police.
Georgetown police blocked the entrance to a northbound I-75 exit 127 rest area Wednesday ( Sept. 12, 2018) as police investigated an officer-involved shooting that left a fugitive dead and a deputy in critical condition.
New York City police and firefighters, lost in the 911 attacks, were honored Tuesday morning with a wreath laying at the Lexington police and firefighters memorials in Phoenix Park while the UK ROTC held their annual memorial service on campus.