Severe storms possible this weekend
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- Strong to severe thunderstorms will move into the area today. The best chance to see severe weather will likely happen during the nighttime hours.
Somerset apartment residents upset over mess left by May fire
- Residents of the Beecher House in Somerset say two months after a fire, soot, dirty walls, and problems still exist on several floors.
Weekend severe storms threat
- The threat for severe thunderstorms will increase late in the weekend.
Child dies several days after fall at Lexington park
- An investigation is underway after a two-year-old boy died several days after a fall at a Lexington park.
Most Wanted: Hunt for suspect in Lexington murder
- Officials say Anthony Carter was shot on Chestnut Street in Lexington on June 11. Police said he was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries. Officials said not long after the shooting, police started getting statements from witnesses who saw Jefferey Morris in an argument with the victim before the shooting. They then saw him leaving the scene on a bicycle.
Lexington staffing company trying to fill 75 job positions
- OmniSource Staffing officials say they have job openings for forklift, warehouse, and industrial cleaning positions around central Kentucky.
Man robs Anderson County gas station at gunpoint
- The robbery happened just before 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Parkway Marathon on U.S. 127.
WKYT Investigates: Lexington's crime 'Made in Detroit'
- "The profits that are made down south are double, triple what can be made up here. The gangs know that and they go down there to try to exploit that," Lyle Dungy explained.
WKYT Investigates: An insider's take on Lexington's crime wave
- Brannon Dunn says he's a product of his environment. He grew up in the east end of Lexington which is now considered the city's hotspot for crime.
WKYT Investigates: The revolving door for criminals
- "A very small percentage of the criminals commit the vast majority of crime," said Ray Larson, Fayette County's top prosecutor. Larson said those criminals are the winners of a "catch and release" stance, or soft approach, on crime.
Nicholas Co. firefighters mourning loss of one of their own
- Firefighter Aaron Capps, 20, and two young women were killed in a crash early Saturday morning. The firefighters he worked with for a year and a half say the loss is extremely difficult because Capps was like family to them.
More Shigella cases pop up in Lexington
- According to Fayette County Health Department, there are now 39 cases of Shigella infections in Lexington
Reality Check: Will new SEC Network be on your TV?
- With Kentucky's dominant cable company striking a new with the new SEC Network, the question now is will every subscriber score the new home for Southeastern Conference sports.
Carjacked vehicle hits crowd in Philadelphia, killing 3 children
- Police say a third child has died after a carjacked SUV plowed into a group of children and adults selling fruit at a Philadelphia street corner.
Ky. treasurer warns about misleading unclaimed property postcards
- Treasurer Todd Hollenbach says the postcards do not have the official Kentucky State Treasury letter head.
Bike app will help with future of biking in Lexington
- The city of Lexington is asking for your help, in making the city a safer place for bicyclists.
Lexington to host 2016 political event
- A major political event is coming to Kentucky.
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