Daily Archive: April 24, 2016

Apr 24

Police officers, firefighters duke it out for good cause

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – It was police officers versus firefighters in a game of flag football Sunday afternoon. Dozens of Frankfort first responders duked it out on the football field. But, the real winner will be the organizations benefiting from the event. All proceeds will go to the Franklin County Youth Football League and Big …

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Apr 24

2 armed robberies in one day; Lexington Police search for suspect

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – There were two robberies in Lexington Sunday, and police think the same man might be responsible for both. The first one happened at a Speedway on East New Circle Road around 3 a.m. Officers say a man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, with a black bandana over his face, walked in …

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Apr 24

Fire destroys Lexington home, firefighter injured

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A fire destroys a Lexington home and injures a firefighter Sunday night. The fire happened on Greenway Court. Firefighters believe the homeowner called in and said something was on fire and then hung up. The home is a total loss. Firefighters say another home was damaged in the fire. No one …

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Apr 24

A mother’s love

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Apr 24

Police looking for inmate who escaped Kentucky River Regional Jail

HAZARD, Ky. (WTVQ) – Police in Hazard are looking for an inmate who escaped Kentucky River Regional Jail. Officers say Samantha Campbell escaped Kentucky River Regional Jail Sunday morning. They believe Campbell is wearing a white shirt and white shorts. Officers describe her to be in her late 20’s, with light brown hair. She was …

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Apr 24

Walk off win for the Legends

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Apr 24

One More Dry Day…

Clouds will gradually move in on Monday but the bulk of precipitation will old off until Tuesday as a complex and slow moving storm system slides into Central Kentucky move in. This system will be slow to move out so expect a prolong period of scattered showers and thundershowers. Tonight: Mostly clear and mild, Low …

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Apr 24

Prince was a one-man band and a friend to many others

NEW YORK (AP) — On his own, Prince was a revolutionary recording artist and one-man band. But the nearly-40 year career that ended with his death Thursday was hardly a private party. The other half of his musical legacy were his many collaborations and contributions, whether joining Stevie Wonder on stage in Paris for a …

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Apr 24

One More Dry Day…

High pressure will continue moving east giving us one more day of dry weather. A complex and slow moving storm system will slide into Central Kentucky by Tuesday and will hang around through Thursday. We can expect periods of wet weather but we can also expect periods of dry weather. Temperatures will remain a little …

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Apr 24

Zach Attack Bowl-a-thon sells out lanes for progeria research

Reported by Diane Gerstenfeld Friends, family, and community members filled the lanes at Collins Bowling Alley in Lexington this afternoon. All to raise money for the Progeria Research Foundation and kids like nine year old Zach Pickard who was born with progeria. Progeria is a rare genetic condition that speeds up the aging process. Zach …

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