A group called Constitutional Kentucky called people together at the Capitol on Saturday. Tony Wheatley said they weren’t there to knock down Governor Beshear’s door. Instead, they’re trying to send a message through actions by taking matters into their own hands.
Crank and Boom is an ice cream shop located in Lexington. There are two locations, one though forced to find a new home after the pandemic shut down it's location at The Summit. The owner finding a new location, adjusting to new restrictions and coming up with new ice cream flavors to shine light on the work done by the governor and health leaders throughout the pandemic. Owner, Toa Green, joined us live to talk Friday at 6:30 on the CW Lexington about how the pandemic has affected her business, how things are going now and what she hopes for the future.
Director of Chabad of the Bluegrass, Rabbi Shlomo Litvin, says a letter reading “white power” and “blood of the soil,” a Nazi slogan, was put in people’s mailboxes across Versailles and in the Scott County area.
Several central Kentucky communities have seen a rise in overdose cases since the start of the pandemic. Dangerous drugs like meth and fentanyl are still on the streets being abused. One Harrison County Sheriff's Deputy knows the danger firsthand after a recent exposure and the life-threatening side effects it can cause.WKYT was able to talk with the deputy about those frightening moments after a routine stop.