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Two Keys Tavern takes down iconic sign

After a historic run, Two Keys Tavern is closing until it finds a new location.

Live events industry rallies in Frankfort for federal funding

The Kentucky Events Coalition rallied in the state capitol asking federal lawmakers to consider the live events industry in the next COVID-19 relief bill.

Parent “shocked, angry” about Confederate flag, uses it as teachable moment

The parent of a Bryan Station Middle School student says he's using the confederate flag being raised at the school as a teachable moment.

UPDATE: Police seek public’s help with fatal crash info

Lexington police say a man died in a two car crash early Saturday morning.

Lexington pastor still playing it safe, only hosting online services

Richard Gaines, pastor of Consolidated Baptist Church, says his members haven't been inside the church since March.

Pulaski County woman accused of fraud, forgery, identity theft

A Pulaski County woman has been arrested on multiple counts of fraud, forgery and identity theft.

Lexington gym owner promotes mind, body and spiritual wellness

An expo Saturday morning focused on wellness of the mind, body and spirit for frontline workers and the Black community .

Some students in Lexington bummed about starting school online

A group of friends say they're sad about the possibility of missing key moments of their last year in high school.

Parent happy with decision to start school online in Fayette County

A Lexington parent says she’s happy about the Fayette County School Board’s decision Thursday to have school start online this fall.

KY couple starts petition to make alcohol sales legal in all of Boyle County

A Kentucky couple is asking people to sign a petition to make all of Boyle County wet.

Lexington nurse battling pandemic on frontlines in Arizona

Suzi Frase first went to New York, and now she's helping out in Arizona.

Lexington restaurant to donate ice cream sales to non-profit

Sav's Grill is donating 25% of its ice cream sales to the Lexington Housing Justice Collective on Monday.

Award-winning high school band in Lexington will sit out this fall

Lafayette High School's "Pride of the Bluegrass," announced it will not be marching this fall.

UPDATE: GoFundMe account set up for shooting victim’s daughter, burial

Mere hours after losing her brother, Soraya Moberly is speaking out.

“Save our Sons” Rally gathers community, says Lexington needs to protect Black men

A rally in downtown Lexington Saturday brought the community together and called for protection of Black men.

WATCH: 5 arrested during Black Lives Matter protest, police say

Lexington Police say they were arrested for blocking traffic.

New mandatory mask requirement sparks criticism and praise

Governor Andy Beshear is now requiring mostly everyone to wear a mask with limited exceptions.

New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

Lexington’s fireworks show dazzles the crowd

Lexington canceled most of its Fourth of July festivities but the fireworks show still went on as scheduled.

Man pulls gun, is charged during Black Lives Matter protest

Police say a man is charged with menacing after pulling a gun out during an argument with protesters.