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Mt. Sterling soldier killed in WWII is coming home

A Kentucky soldier killed in WWII is coming home.

Gov. Bevin recognizes sacrifice of Pikeville WWII sailor recently identified

Gov. Bevin will order flags lowered to half-staff in honor of Seaman First Class Burk on July 19.

WWII Vet helps clean up Woodford County storm damage

Thousands of people are still without power Monday after Friday's storm plowed through the area.

Do you recognize this? WWII pay card found in Georgetown Walmart parking lot.

A Georgetown woman is asking for help finding the family who lost this "Soldier's Individual Pay Record."

Historic WWII bomber to visit Aviation Museum

The only touring B-29 bomber in the world, known as FIFI, is scheduled to visit the Aviation Museum of Kentucky during July 5-9.

Pearl Harbor survivor fights to remember December 7, 1941

Herman Horn survived the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941; now he's fighting another battle to remember what happened that day.
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WWII soldier may receive posthumous Medal of Honor after all

World War II Army Officer and Clinton County native Garlin Murl Conner is one step closer to posthumously receiving the Medal of Honor.

WATCH: Bluegrass Honor Flight 2015

ABC 36's Doug High and Paris Lewbel take you on the 2015 Honor Flight and return celebration at Blue Grass Airport.
WWII Vet Charles Wilson Arrives Home From D-Day Ceremonies in Francevideo

UPDATE: Nicholas Cty. WWII vet arrives home from D-Day ceremonies in France

World War II veteran is back in Central Kentucky after visiting France for D-Day ceremonies. 89-year-old Charles Wilson of Nicholas County arrived at Bluegrass Airport in Lexington Wednesday night.

WWII Veteran in Bourbon County finally awarded medals

It took almost 70 years. But a Bourbon County man is finally getting some long-overdue recognition for his service and sacrifice during World War II.

Paris veteran honored seven decades after service

Hubert Jasper, 95, of Paris served in World War II from July 29, 1943, to October 25, 1945. Recently he was honored with several medals, nearly seven decades after his service.

Families Remember Tuskegee Airmen On M.L.K. Day

Families went to the Kentucky Theatre Monday afternoon to watch "Red Tails." The movie highlights the discrimination against black pilots in World War II.
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UPDATE: Hero Laid To Rest In Bath County

Roscoe Ramsey Cassidy laid to rest in Bath County Saturday.

Loved Ones Remember Kentucky’s Oldest World War II Veteran

Roscoe Cassidy, the oldest World War II veteran living in Kentucky, died Tuesday morning.
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Italian village honoring pilots of WWII US bomber

A northern Italian village is holding a memorial ceremony to honor two U.S. World War II pilots who died when their bomber crashed into a mountain in 1945.

KY Flags To Fly At Half-Staff To Honor Solider Killed In WWII

Governor Steve Beshear has ordered flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff on Friday. He said the order was made in honor of a Kentucky soldier who died during World War II.
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Alleged WWII Attacker In Court

A woman accused of beating up a 90-year-old WWII veteran made her first court appearance Friday morning.
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Lexington PD: Arrest Made in Assault of WWII Veteran

Lexington police have reported that Amanda Pergram was arrested around 4 pm at a Speedway on North Broadway.
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Lexington PD: Arrest Made in Assault of WWII Veteran

Lexington police have reported that Amanda Pergram was arrested around 4 pm at a Speedway on North Broadway.
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Update: Police Searching For Suspect That Attacked A 90-Year-Old Man

A 90-year-old WWII Vet was assaulted on Saturday, and police say they know who did it.

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