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Hundreds of thousands of young salmon are dying.

Federal agencies are working to ensure people who had the virus know their rights and available resources, Biden said.

Tragic. The deputy was a mother and Army veteran.

Governor Beshear is issuing Covid recommendations for the school year, plus WKYT This Morning has incredible pictures of a boat that capsized in Lake Cumberland.

“Instantly, I knew that I was going to [donate my kidney],” LeVar Allen said, smiling. “I love her.”

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed a bill Thursday that prohibits any marriage in which either party is under the age of 18. >>

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The National Retail Federation says shoppers are expected to spend an average of $850 per family.

The health department is offering two vaccine clinics this week for ages 12 and older. Walk-ins will be accepted.

“The smell about knocked me over. There were feces everywhere. Flies everywhere.”

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A southern Kentucky man took the message of Easter to the streets of his community. He says it's much more than people crowding into a church.>>

A skywriter just put this above Lexington. We're working to learn the story behind it.

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#BREAKING: WKYT has confirmed former UK men’s basketball player Terrence Clarke has died in Los Angeles.

A man died at a Texas health care facility when a lack of water pressure made medical treatment impossible.

Here's video from downtown Lexington as police work to evacuate several blocks. This is the note from LPD: 8:45pm - AVOID DOWNTOWN Traffic is shut down and the area of Vine to Third Street and Broadway to Martin Luther King Blvd is being evacuated.

Viewer video of the massive semi-truck fire that caused a major traffic backup on I-75 Thursday morning.>> Video by: Brian Mapel

The first hour of operation, from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays will be reserved for seniors over 60, and other higher-risk customers.

A Franklin County student wants to carry a piece of his father with him when he plays the sport they bonded over.

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