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Lexington officials say the city's "Food For Fines" program, which allows drivers who have a parking ticket to pay for it with canned goods, has brought in more than 900 cans of food in its first seven days.

Our Kentucky Adventures series continues with a trip to the kitchen at Natural Bridge State Park where Karyn learns how to cook the perfect turkey.

A little pre-planning now can help you enjoy the big holiday meal without feeling lousy later.  UK Dieticians tell you how!

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Just days before Thanksgiving, one group on the University of Kentucky campus is asking students to rethink that traditional turkey dinner.

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The grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown has prompted protests across the country – and Lexington joined that list of communities Tuesday.

Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott is considering a run for governor in 2015.

Nearby States Facing Similar Pipeline Controversy

Nov 25, 2014

Pipeline companies who want to build their lines through several Appalachian states have told some landowners they can survey on their land without the landowners' permission.

Former Death Row Inmate Supports KY Bill

Nov 25, 2014

State Senator Robin Webb is set to bring a bill to Kentucky legislators in 2015 to ensure biological evidence in murder cases is preserved indefinitely.  

A judge has rejected a settlement between the state of Kentucky and a coal mining company.

If your recyclables are piling up, don’t bother wheeling them out to the curb this week.

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