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Deputies ask for public’s help solving recent thefts in Floyd County

Two businesses were burglarized in the last week, according to deputies.

Catholic Church puts LGBTQ+ friendly banner out to celebrate Pride Month

Lexington's Pride Festival is Saturday and to celebrate Pride Month one nearby catholic church has put out a sign saying all, including those in the LGBTQ community are welcome and encouraged to join its parish.

Danville High School writes hundreds of letters to Marshall County High

Students at Danville High School are coming together this week to show their support to the students of Marshall County High School and their doing it the old fashioned way, by sending hundreds of handwritten letters.

UK athletics director responds to controversial sign aimed at Florida football team

UK Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart took to Twitter to denounce a controversial sign, apparently made by a Wildcat fan, and to defend the UK football program and the school.

Lexington church hopes to start conversation

Two banners now hang outside Saint Paul Catholic Church on West Short Street welcoming immigrants and refugees.

State Police Investigate Deadly Farm Tractor Accident

State Police are investigating a deadly farm tractor accident in Floyd County.

“Black Lives Matter” sign hanging at Bryan Station High School ignites social-media firestorm

The "Black Lives Matter" club at Bryan Station High School has been around since last fall semester. Fayette County School District parent Matt Dacey says, "It's just a student group, like any other student group. We've got a drama club, a french club, and it's my understanding that they're interested in fostering racial harmony."

Lady Antebellum to sing national anthem at Kentucky Derby

Churchill Downs says the country trio Lady Antebellum will sing the national anthem at the 142nd Kentucky Derby.

Lexington Shelter: Don’t Burn Couches, Donate Them Instead

A new sign was up Monday over the Community Inn on Winchester Road. It aimed to encourage Solid Blue fans to have fun celebrating, but leave the furniture alone.

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13-year-old charged with assault after school fight

Video on social media helped ID suspect.

Unemployment repayment, distillery measures see action

Expanded access to handicapped license plate moves forward.

Meals free for all students; pickup distribution curtailed as in-person learning resumes

The district’s Child Nutrition Office reminds families that, under a federal waiver during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lexington Walmart temporarily closed for sanitizing

Walmart on Palomar Centre Drive closed at 2 p.m.Friday.