Jim Caldwell, WKYT

Jim Caldwell

WKYT

Lexington, KY, United States

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All Blue Weather Preview

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Jim Caldwell’s Forecast

Showers will be rolling through the area for the first part of the day. Strong thunderstorms will blow in later. → Read More

Jim Caldwell’s Forecast | Latest winter storm rolls across Kentucky

This winter storm is the third in a 7-day period. It looks like it produces more snow than anything else. → Read More

Jim Caldwell’s Forecast | Third winter storm is set to move in on Wednesday

This is not a time to dwell on this last system because the next one is on the way. → Read More

Jim Caldwell’s Forecast

The first part of the day is pretty quiet. The second half will be a little more interesting. → Read More

Golden Alert issued for missing Casey County man

The sheriff’s office says 60-year-old Arnold David Lamb has been missing since Sunday night. → Read More

California utility may cut power to 1 million people

This year, wildfires already have destroyed some 9,200 buildings and killed 31 people. → Read More

Man arrested after ‘acting’ like he was going to shoot officers, police say

According to an arrest citation, officers were sent Wednesday evening to the 100 block of N. Main St. for a welfare check on 25-year-old Sebastian Abney. → Read More

Health dept. reports 112 new COVID-19 cases, one death in Lexington

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 112 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Thursday. → Read More

82-year-old woman dies after being shot near Downtown Lexington

The shooting happened Wednesday afternoon in the area of West Fifth and Smith St. → Read More

Barack Obama to hold his first in-person event for Joe Biden

Obama's visit underscores the significance of Pennsylvania, the swing state Biden himself has visited the most this campaign. → Read More

‘Two peas in a pod’: Toddler befriends 5-foot Halloween skeleton

The 2-year-old's mother thinks that COVID canceling playdates with other kids strengthened his bond with the skeleton. → Read More

Officer to be disciplined for wearing pro-Trump mask at Fla. voting site

As a uniformed officer, wearing a political mask supporting any candidate is "unacceptable" and a violation of police department policy, officials say. → Read More

Health dept. reports 73 new COVID-19 cases in Lexington

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 73 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Tuesday. → Read More

Health dept. reports 77 new COVID-19 cases in Lexington

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 77 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Thursday. → Read More

The U.N.'s World Food Program wins Nobel Peace Prize

While the Norwegian Nobel Committee maintains absolute secrecy about whom it favors for the prize, guesses this year focused on Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, Russian dissident Alexei Navalny and the World Health Organization. → Read More

Corbin school board votes to delay start of in-person classes

After originally setting an in-person return date for students for this week, one Southeastern Kentucky school board voted to push it back a little longer Tuesday night. → Read More

Health dept. reports 56 new COVID-19 cases in Lexington

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 56 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Tuesday. → Read More

Nurse adopts 9-year-old boy with special needs she’s cared for almost since birth

With two nearly grown children, the nurse says there was plenty of room in her heart and in her home for the little boy she’s cared for practically since he was born. → Read More

Health dept. reports 63 new COVID-19 cases in Lexington

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department reported 63 new COVID-19 cases for its update for Wednesday. → Read More