- A new truancy law went into effect this summer, mandating that school districts find dropouts under 18 and get them back into school. In Fayette County, they have only been able to get 25 percent of their dropouts back into school. WKYT’s Mark Barber is investigating the challenges surrounding the new truancy law.
- Mr. Snow is an eight-year-old schnauzer who spent the first eight years of his life living in a cage in a puppy mill. Only hours after finding a new forever home in Georgetown he's missing.
- In the last two weeks, Rebecca Harris has needed to go to the hospital four times. While firefighters were there to help her, they noticed her wheelchair ramp wasn't in good shape.
- Scott County Superintendent Patricia Putty said after our initial story aired, central office and booster money bought more than 70 new Riddell Revolution Speeds, which are five star helmets.
- It has been a long, painful year for the family and friends of a Versailles man who was killed in a car crash in Scott county. A teenage girl who was also in the car is now speaking about her long road to recovery.
- Massive overhauls are reforming Kentucky’s juvenile justice system. Many school administrators say their greatest fear is the new discipline policies will lead to more disruption in classrooms.
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