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Police: Man Shot On North Limestone
Lexington Police said a man has non-life threatening injuries after being shot on North Limestone. Video Video
Lexington Bar Broken Into Overnight
Lexington Police said someone broke into a bar on Wednesday morning.
UPDATE: Some Clark County Residents Upset Over Zoning Issue
Barring a successful appeal, a quarry can be built along the Kentucky River. Video Video
Lexington PD: Man Goes to Meet Woman, Gets Robbed Instead
A Frankfort man was hoping to meet up a woman he had met online early Saturday morning, but officials said when he got to their meeting spot, he was robbed.
UPDATE: Injuries & Several Fires Reported Near Campus After UK Loss
It was a familiar scene for Lexington Police and Firefighters early Tuesday morning as crowds filled the streets near the UK Campus. Police anticipated potential problems in the city, regardless of the outcome of the National Championship game in Arlington, Texas. Video Video
Double Weekend Wins Means Twice the Celebrations
A double win over the weekend for the Cats meant twice the celebration for fans. Video Video
Streets Rushed Again
In Lexington, Police said they were ready for anything and that was a good thing. Video Video
Safety Plans in Place for UK's Match Against Louisville
Two reasons to celebrate are also two reasons for heightened security around UK's campus: the Cats are back in the Sweet 16, and they're battling against Louisville. Video Video
Shed Fire In Lexington
Lexington Firefighters put out a small shed fire Sunday night. Video Video
People Cautious Around Campus After Student Stabbing
A University of Kentucky student is in serious condition after he was stabbed about a block away from campus early Saturday morning, according to Lexington Police. Video Video
Clark Co. Residents Fight Proposed Rock Quarry
The Allen Company wants to build a 80 acre open-pit mine across the Kentucky River in Clark County, but is facing resistance from local residents Video Video
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