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A homicide investigation is underway in Versailles after 66-year old David Clark was found shot to death in his home, according to the Woodford County coroner.
Idea is to allow more capacity with open-air space
Around 50 volunteers came out at 9 a.m. and placed flags on veterans' graves in four Woodford County cemeteries.
The coroner identified 23-year-old Alfred Marmolejo Jr. as the driver killed in an early morning crash.
While local governments, like other offices, can begin reopening next week at 50 percent capacity and staffing, not all local governments are rushing in.
After more than a month apart, Gene Hornback and his wife Elaine of Versailles, were reunited Friday at Baptist Health Lexington when Gene, a COVID-19 patient, was discharged.
State athletic association recognizes officials.
Two 19-year-old entrepreneurs could lose their patent because of events that have been cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Cities and counties starting to weigh financial impact of revenue losses caused by coronavirus
Hospitals seek donations of PPEs to offset shortages.
Star Trek actor gets horse-breeding equipment in divorce.
Police home security video images will help.
The Bluegrass Scenic Railroad in Versailles says passengers can now enjoy a ride in a restored first-class car.
The owners of The Amsden, one of the oldest buildings in Versailles, announced they are opening a new boutique hotel and distillery.
By a vote of 5-to-3, Woodford County Fiscal Court on Tuesday passed a Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination, according to the Fairness Campaign.
McCracken Pike (KY 1659) is now open after a water main break forced a section of the road to close Monday night.
You never know who you might meet and what type of influence they'll have on you.
A man has been arrested for an apartment shooting Wednesday night in Versailles, according to police.
According to the Woodford Fire Department, they were called to a fire on Eagle Crest Drive in Versailles a little after 10 Saturday morning.
Versailles became the fourteenth city in Kentucky to pass a Fairness Ordinance prohibiting LGBTQ discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations, according to the Fairness Campaign.