Kentucky News

Keep The Grinch Out Of Your Holidays

Posted On November 27, 2014

(Frankfort, KY) -- Tis the season to be jolly, and holiday scammers are coming to town. Be careful of too-good-to-be-true schemes that can swallow your bank account. Smartphone apps promising coupons for sales are a treasure trove for identity thieves using keystroke magic. Some Internet shoppers can count on a computer-hacking Grinch to spoil the…

Mission Serves Early Thanksgiving Meals

Posted On November 27, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- Thanksgiving is getting an early start for indigent folks in Lexington. The Rescue Mission served its traditional Turkey Day meal yesterday at the Broadway Christian Church. The mission is also helping homeless people get off the street and back on their feet.

Lexington Parking Authority Collecting “Food For Fines”

Posted On November 27, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- The Lexington Parking Authority is collecting "Food For Fines." Through December 19th, you can donate ten cans of food to the Lexpark office to pay for any meter citation, including those that are past due. More than 900 cans have already been received and donated to God's Pantry Food Bank.

Teenager Pleads Not Guilty In Accident That Severed Leg

Posted On November 27, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- A teenager accused of being involved in an accident that severed a woman's leg says he's innocent. Eighteen-year-old Nicholas Kiser pleaded not guilty on Wednesday. According to investigators, Kiser pointed a gun at the woman on Tuesday at a busy intersection in Lexington. When the woman got out of her car to…

Lexington Traffic Planners Ready For Holiday Shoppers

Posted On November 27, 2014

(Lexington, KY) -- With the Christmas shopping season officially kicking off, traffic planners in Lexington say they're prepared for the congestion. Signals at several busy intersections, including Leestown and Georgetown roads, have been adjusted. A spokesman says traffic will be monitored at all times by multiple surveillance cameras around town.