Content Tagged 'violence'

Missouri's Riots Bring Back Memories Of Lexington's Civil Unrest in 1994
With the recent Missouri shooting, people in Lexington are remembering the death of a teenager who lost his life, after a police officer shot him in the head back in 1994. Video Video
YOLO: "Stop The Violence" Weekend Event
Several Groups, including YOLO; you only live once, are hosting a two-day weekend event - all to stop the recent violence in Lexington. Video Video
SWAG: Six Mothers Are Hosting Anti-Gun Violence Lock-In
A group called SWAT; "sisters and supporters working against gun violence" is working to prevent shootings, especially among children. Video Video
Revival For Peace
Total Grace Baptist Church hosted a revival Friday evening at Douglass Park. The message is to bring peace to the streets. Video Video
Peace Walk: Hundreds Participate In The Last And Final Walk
Hundreds have been dedicating their last four Saturdays walking downtown Lexington, trying to put an end to the violence. Video Video
Cleaning Up Violence
Volunteers from Lexington Police and the Department of Corrections met on Douglass Avenue to clean up the neighborhood and hopefully, to stop violence. Video Video
Funeral Incites Family Beating
A funeral brought a family history of domestic violence to a peak Saturday, landing two people in the hospital. Video Video
We Care Peace Walk: Walking Against Violence
Hundreds in the community gathered at Duncan Park Saturday evening to walk the streets against violence. This is one of four We Care Peace Walks that will be held this summer. Video Video
Youth Violence Conference
A conference on youth violence was held today in Lexington at Northeast Christian Church. Video Video
LPD Graduates Next Class of Officers
There has been a lot of focus on the importance of police officers in Lexington lately. Now a few more officers will be on the streets. Video Video
Harlem Globetrotter Pays a Visit to Rosa Parks Elementary
The Harlem Globetrotters are headed to Rupp Arena on the 19th, but one of them made a stop at Rosa Parks Elementary Monday afternoon.
Kentuckians Take Action To Stop Youth Violence
Kentucky community leaders say youth on youth violence has to stop and they’re taking action. Video Video
Man in Richmond Charged with Stalking and Assault
A tip about a domestic disturbance led to an arrest of a husband who allegedly broke a Domestic Violence Order and then tried to break his wife's car window after following her, according to Richmond police.
SECOND PEACE WALK: KIDS LEAD THE WAY
Kids led the way at the Second Peace Walk downtown Lexington. The goal is to try and help reduce the violence. Video Video
Lexington Teens Move Others To Take Action Against Violence
The youth of First African Baptist Church went to a "Kentucky Teen Institute" workshop which inspired them to start making changes. Video Video
Mayor: Crackdown on Violence Getting Results
Mayor Jim Gray says a crackdown on violence in Lexington has been effective. Video Video
Take Back the Night to End Violence
Violence will ultimately end when our communities are fully informed about crimes and when they band together to say ‘no more’
School Letter Addresses Incident
Lafayette's principal says a student looked at a website with images of school violence. Video Video
Versailles Police Say Son Stabbed Father In Neck
After a car chase, police arrested the victim's son. They say he stabbed his father, inflicting a life-threatening injury. Video Video
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