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University of Kentucky students lined the pews of the Holy Spirit Parish NewmanCenter Thursday night to grieve, pray and show support for a family in mourning.

The MLK Memorial attracts an average of three million visitors per year.

A wildlife photographer and cancer survivor forced to shield in place during lockdown captured photos of beautiful birds that flocked to his garden.

Start your holiday shopping early to avoid delays amid supply chain impacts, experts say

Alyssa Shepherd was originally scheduled to be in prison through at least Sept. 2022 for the deaths of three children at a Fulton County, Indiana bus stop in 2018.

Autumn Carver held her baby for the first time almost two months after he was born. Her recovery from COVID-19 is still far from over.

Supply chain disruptions don't have to spoil your holiday shopping list. Here's how to avoid issues.

VERIFY: Yes, there is a Christmas tree shortage this year, here's why

Coleman said she's stepping down from her second role as a cabinet secretary to focus more attention on economic development efforts.

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Kentuckian Ethan Koehler contracted the virus in July and says he sees things differently after sharing anti-COVID and anti-vaccine messages on social media.

HAPPENING NOW: Frustrated voters outside Kentucky Expo. Video taken just minutes after polls officially closed at 6pm.

As Kentucky's primary gains national attention, the state's Board of Elections says there is a lot of "misinformation" surrounding voter suppression claims.

HAVE YOU SEEN HER? Zaynah Lawson was last seen near the 3400 block of Fern Lea Road. She is believed to be wearing a blue headwrap and pink and blue Puma shoes.

On what would have been Breonna Taylor’s 28th birthday, many gathered at Waterfront Park to celebrate and honor her.

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