If you're thinking about selling a timeshare, be on the lookout for scam artists trying to convince your to sell your place through them. If you do business with them, you'll lose in the end.
Updated: 6:18 PM
It might be a small town, but it's a big problem. You expect prostitution arrests in bigger cities, like Lexington but not Winchester.
Updated: 10:50 AM
Convicted rapist John Calvin Buckley is back in custody.
Updated: 8:19 PM
A new scheme targeting people who want to work from home is growing in popularity. It's called reshipping fraud, and getting involved could truly cost you.
Updated: 6:40 PM
Beware of letters announcing you've won a contest, especially if you have to pay something to collect the winnings. One woman fell victim multiple times.
Updated: 6:17 PM
Attention shoppers! There are more choices for where to buy your groceries than ever before!
Updated: 7:04 PM
Con artists try to get creative to get their victim's money. This is the story of one man who decided to threaten his victims with violence.
Updated: 7:02 PM
Jackie Smith is trying to help her 88-year-old aunt save her home from foreclosure after a con artist stole it right out from under her.
Updated: 9:46 AM
They're around and used maybe more than you realize.
Updated: 7:51 PM
Who doesn't want to make a little extra money on the side? That's why those ads promising big bucks for stuffing envelopes or becoming a mystery shopper seem so enticing. Here's the reality, it might be a scam.
Updated: 7:42 PM
It's a program that gives people in need phones, and it's come under fire in Congress.
Updated: 8:15 AM
For the first time since 2005, Fayette County PVA says home sales are on the rise.
Updated: 7:31 PM
Investigators still don't know exactly what caused the explosion at the West Fertilizer plant in Texas. Workers in the fertilizer industry in Central Kentucky say it's unlikely a similar situation could happen here.
Updated: 6:38 PM
Exotic animals were selling for close to $600 inside one of the largest, most popular malls in our state.
Updated: 10:29 AM
If a major sporting event is heading to a city near you, like the Derby in Louisville next month, beware of businesses promising big money for no risk and no work. You have to check out a company very closely to know if it's trustworthy.
Updated: 6:24 PM
Many industries are having to adjust for a bigger population, and that includes emergency services.
Updated: 7:29 PM
There's a new twist on an old scam. It begins with a promise you'll win a prize if you pay money upfront, but ends as a recruiting tool for future con artists.
Updated: 6:48 PM
Tax Time is here, and when there's money to be had, there are scam artists. There is one scam that is costing every one of us.
Updated: 6:25 PM
The fire marshal says part of the task force's goal will be to promote programs for fire safety. So we asked the question: what can you do to prepare for a fire?
Updated: 6:20 PM
Earlier in the week we told you about the warning Lexington police sent out to basketball fans in town for the NCAA Tournament - beware of scalpers!
Updated: 6:20 PM
Buying online has its risks, especially when you don't know anything about the person you are buying from.
Posted: 4:54 PM
WKYT's Kristen Kennedy sat down with a Secret Service agent to investigate how fake bills can affect innocent people.
Updated: 6:55 PM
You might have noticed your allergies peaking around this time of year.
Updated: 6:52 PM
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
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