Grason Passmore, WKYT

Grason Passmore

WKYT

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Recent:
  • WKYT
Past:
  • WIS News 10
  • FOX19
  • WMBFNews.com
  • KFVS News

Recent articles by Grason:

Lexington community raises concern over push for more flock cameras

Flock cameras, a controversial topic for the last few months, were again the subject of debate on Thursday night. → Read More

Human remains found off I-75 in Lexington

A New investigation has been opened after human remains were found off I-75 in Lexington. → Read More

Morehead residents react to released police sketch of suspect in ‘random’ sexual assault near MSU campus

Police have released a sketch of the suspect wanted for questioning in connection with the sexual assault of a woman in Morehead. → Read More

Gorton elected to second term as Lexington’s mayor

The issues driving the mayor’s race were the increase in gun violence in the city, the murder rate hitting a record high this year and affordable housing. → Read More

Team Coverage: Lexington mayoral race

At the midterm elections, on Tuesday, Lexington voters will decide who will hold the city’s top job. → Read More

Experts talk dangers of drunk driving on Halloween

Weaver Hawkins explained that Halloween night is actually one of the third most dangerous nights of the year in terms of drunk or drugged driving. → Read More

Candidates for Mayor of Richmond focus on economic development

Candidates for Mayor of Richmond focus on economic development during forum. → Read More

Breathitt County braces for potentially record-breaking cold

Going on 11 weeks after the flood, an eerie quietness settles with the sun high above Breathitt County before the potentially record-breaking low temperatures come in with the night. → Read More

Most of Montgomery County under boil water advisory

Officials say they had to fill a storage tank with water but there wasn’t enough time to get a sample and ensure the water was safe. → Read More

Ky. police departments warn of scams on their Facebook pages

A new warning as you scroll through social media or before you open that new text or email. → Read More

Domestic violence advocates in Lexington focus on resources, help

One-third of homicides in Lexington this year have been domestic violence related. → Read More

Movie premier in Lexington benefits Appalshop in Eastern Kentucky

An intern filmmaker with the Appalachian Media Institute, Rebekha Mcauley created one of three films focused on the Appalachian region for Appalshop. Films they thought were lost less than two months ago. → Read More

‘It’s a major impact:’ Central Ky. organizations helping fight hunger

September is Hunger Action Month in Kentucky. It’s a time to raise awareness— and help feed families in the state. → Read More

Two teens arrested in connection with attempted thefts in Georgetown

Georgetown police are thanking neighbors for their work that helped them arrest two teenagers. → Read More

All 4,000 beagles now rescued from Virginia Breeding Facility

After nearly six weeks, all four thousand beagles have been rescued from the now-closed breeding facility in Virginia, the last 312 dogs removed this week. → Read More

Vigil held in central Ky. for families who have lost loved ones to overdoses

Dozens gathered in Versailles Wednesday night to raise awareness for drug-related deaths. → Read More

Thousands raised in concerts for flood relief

After losing his own home in the 2012 tornadoes, Shuck has made it a mission to help others going through the same. While shining light on the way people in the Appalachian region also persevere. → Read More

COVID-19 concerns increase as students return to school

Superintendent Dr. Diane Hatchett said they want to start the school year off on the right foot, and if that means needing to wait an extra five days, then that’s what they’ll do. → Read More

Lexington Opera House hosts senior citizen talent show

The Morning Pointe Senior Living and Memory Care Center hosted their third annual Seniors Got Talent showcase. → Read More

Many concerned over violence in downtown Lexington

Lexington Police confirm multiple shots were fired a little after 2 a.m. on Short street near the 5/3 Pavilion. Enough to send people running for cover. No one was hurt, but many said they may think twice before going out again. → Read More