If you're selling anything online these days, beware of scam artists looking to rip you off.
Updated: 12:57 AM
They're suspected of buying toys and tobacco on a search and rescue squad's dime.
Updated: 11:15 PM
International con artists are now targeting small business owners with a scam that could add up to big money.
Updated: 6:54 PM
Every year around tax season, scams seem to surface.
Updated: 9:07 PM
We're getting closer to that tax deadline. As we approach April 15th, some folks are finding refund checks in the mail.
Updated: 9:03 PM
He calls it a deadly problem that has to be addressed immediately.
Updated: 11:21 PM
Identity theft can happen anywhere, even in places where you would expect your personal information to be safe.
Updated: 5:44 PM
At long last, Cincinnati's new casino opened its doors.
Updated: 7:27 AM
A central Kentucky mining equipment plant is laying off 150 employees by October.
Updated: 11:19 PM
One of the largest construction projects in the state is happening in Central Kentucky. Protected by armed guards and high fences, the almost two-billion dollar building project is unlike anything else in the Commonwealth.
Updated: 11:23 PM
Much of West Liberty was destroyed when a tornado tore through. The amount it's taking to rebuild it is astronomical.
Updated: 7:44 PM
Dispatchers claim to hear them all the time.
Updated: 11:40 PM
We've seen three inmates escape from Blackburn Correctional Complex this year - a dozen escape in the last three years.
Updated: 10:34 PM
Attempted murder. Burglary and robbery with deadly weapons. Are the men facing those charges the ones you think should be housed in a minimum security prison?
Updated: 6:34 PM
Automatic, across-the-board budget cuts set to kick in a week from now could affect 15,000 Kentucky military jobs and leave a negative $48-million impact on Madison County's Blue Grass Army Depot.
Updated: 9:44 PM
An undercover investigation helped law enforcement catch a man selling pirated copies of Adobe software on eBay.
Updated: 7:24 PM
They're blamed for a growing number of trips to the emergency room.
Updated: 7:25 AM
With sales on the rise, gun owners are finding new ways to practice with their weapons.
Updated: 2:54 AM
What if the gun used to kill more than two dozen children and adults at a Connecticut Elementary School turned up at a public auction?
Updated: 2:55 AM
Buying prescription drugs outside the U.S. might be cheaper and more convenient, but it also involves serious risks that every consumer should keep in mind.
Updated: 7:18 PM
Conmen have found a new place to recruit victims.
Updated: 7:14 PM
WKYT is continuing the investigation on the most dangerous intersections in Lexington.
Updated: 7:24 PM
The double crossover diamond interchange was considered a controversial new traffic pattern when transportation leaders decided to build it in Lexington.
Updated: 6:30 PM
Lexington Police recently released the us the locations of the most dangerous intersections in Lexington. They're the spots where the most crashes occurred last year.
Updated: 7:02 PM
What happened in Newtown, Conn. close to two months ago has had many Americans second guessing the safety of schools.
Updated: 7:09 PM
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