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Lextran to run extended schedule on July 4th

Getting around Lexington on Independence Day will be a snap thanks to an extended Lextran schedule.

New dining hall coming to EKU campus

Aramark Educational Services LLC have entered a $37 million dollar agreement with Eastern Kentucky University to construct a new dining facility on the Richmond campus.

Salvation Army kicks off 10th annual LemonAiD drive July 1

For the tenth year, LemonAiD volunteers will be helping people in the Bluegrass cool off while aiding homeless children and their parents.

Health Dept.: Take precautions against mosquito bites this holiday weekend and beyond

On Mosquito Control Awareness Week, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is reminding residents that the holiday weekend is the perfect time to look in and around your home for ways to control mosquitoes that can carry viruses.

This 4th of July, know what you can use, before you light the fuse

Lexington's Police and Fire Departments are reminding residents that not all fireworks are created equally, and some are illegal in the city.

Health Dept. issues tips on food safety during 4th of July holiday

A few extra food precautions can help keep your Fourth of July holiday from turning red, white and "ew."

Entertainment schedule for Lexington Pride Festival released

The Lexington Pride Festival is set to be celebrated this Saturday, June 25 at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington.

Fourth of July holiday collection schedule released

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.

Health Department releases July mosquito-spraying schedule

To help control mosquitoes, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department will conduct mosquito-spraying activities throughout the summer

Grants allow Kentucky students educational state park visits

Seven Kentucky schools have received transportation grants in the latest round, allowing more than 2,000 students to visit a state park.

Lexington comes together for vigil in honor of victims of Orlando massacre

For many Americans waking up to the news it was heartbreaking, and for many in the LGBT community like Jane Minder and her wife it was plain scary. Minder says, "It was terrifying, you know. It's one of those things like 9/11 you're going to remember where you were."

Entries open for Kentucky State Fair judging

The Kentucky State Fair is looking for entries in thousands of categories leading up to the fair Aug. 18 to 28 in Louisville.