Lexington comedian starts "Save the Couch" movement

Updated: 6:21 PM - Comedian and Lexington native Etta May posted a video to her Facebook page Monday following the Wildcats victory over Notre Dame. In the video she urges UK students to "save the couch" rather than setting them on fire.

Lexington man looking out for State Street neighbors

Updated: 6:23 PM - The area is best known for its wild UK basketball game celebrations. Officers line the streets of State, Elizabeth, and Crescent Avenue during the NCAA Tournament, keeping a close eye on rowdy residents.

Beshear plays both sides of gay rights debate

Posted: 5:37 PM - Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear said Kentucky's religious freedom law similar to one signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence last week should be clarified to include protections for the LGBT community.

Mother wants justice in 'sippy cup' incident at Garrard home

Updated: 6:21 PM - Candi Dailey says her 14 month old son was hurt at a Garrard County home. Police say witnesses blame her sister for putting alcohol in a sippy cup. She says her sister was at fault for drinking, but she questions if others are also to blame for the mischief.

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