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Scattered rain showers linger for Tuesday
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Scattered rain showers linger for Tuesday

Scattered rain showers will linger throughout our Tuesday.
House fire displaces family of nine
6 hours ago
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House fire displaces family of nine

A Lexington family is displaced, after a fire caused extensive damage to their home.
FCPS announces graduation schedule
7 hours ago
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FCPS announces graduation schedule

FCPS released its schedule for the 2017 high school commencements at Rupp Arena.
Lexington Chef Love Talley to feed the homeless
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Lexington Chef Love Talley to feed the homeless

Lexington Chef Love Talley is going to feed Fayette County's homeless this Thursday, March 30, 2017.
For Man O’ War’s b-day, photographs exhibited at Keeneland
13 hours ago
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For Man O’ War’s b-day, photographs exhibited at Keeneland

The Keeneland Library is sharing photographs of Man o’ War from its collection in exhibitions both in the Library and online that are part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the legendary Thoroughbred’s birth.
PuraCap Laboratories to create 30 jobs in Frankfort
13 hours ago
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PuraCap Laboratories to create 30 jobs in Frankfort

PuraCap Laboratories will be expanding its Franklin operations, investing $2.5 million dollars and creating 30 full-time positions.
Pinwheels to be planted for child abuse prevention awareness
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Pinwheels to be planted for child abuse prevention awareness

April is national child abuse prevention month, and CASA of Lexington along with Wesley's Place, are joining groups across the country, using the pinwheel - chosen to represent hope and promise - to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect prevention.
Franklin Co. Sheriff: Deputies are seeing more guns at crime scenes
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Franklin Co. Sheriff: Deputies are seeing more guns at crime scenes

In a post to the Franklin County Sheriff's Facebook page, Sheriff Pat Melton says there has been a rise in the amount of firearms being encountered by deputies and detectives, causing an increased threat to law enforcement officials.