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Kentucky Air Guard to get new facility

Construction expected to take 15 months.

Lexington city hall in need of repairs

The outside of Lexington's city hall is creating a safety hazard, according to the Herald Leader.

Site made available for ‘Breaking the Bronze Ceiling’ monument

The “Breaking the Bronze Ceiling” monument has a prominent address.

Tax hike will pay for repairs on century old Kentucky school

The wooden frame of a K-12 Kentucky school complex is so worn; administrators say they need a new building.

Deputies: Teens charged with vandalizing building in Clay Co.

Four teens are accused of vandalizing a building owned by a church, according to deputies.

Van crashes into Lexington apartments

Police responded to the Fair Oaks apartments overnight, after they say a van crashed into the building.

Building damaged by vehicle in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A building in Lexington was damaged after an SUV hit it, according to police. They say it happened off of Cambridge...

Brick veneer of building collapses; people forced from apartments

Some people were forced from their apartment in Lexington Tuesday night when brick veneer collapsed on one wall of the building.

Car ends up in building after being hit by a truck

Lexington police say the impact of a car crash left one in a building in downtown Lexington Tuesday.

Dozens head to Washington D.C. for Poor People’s Campaign Rally

Dozens of people are hopping on buses Friday night, to drive to Washington D.C. for Saturday's Poor People's Campaign rally.

UK names student center after alumni/donor

After years of planning and construction, the new student center at the University of Kentucky is officially opened to the public.

Columbia Gas presents NiSource Charitable Foundation grant to Fisher House

Columbia Gas of Kentucky on Thursday made a special investment to help veterans families' receiving treatment at Lexington's VA Medical Center with a grant from the NiSource Charitable Foundation for the construction of a Fisher House on the grounds of the VA's Leestown Road property.

Developer chosen for new Frankfort state office building

A Lexington-based developer has been chosen to design, build, finance and operate a new state office building and parking structure in Frankfort.

Fire damages Kentucky county’s emergency management building

A fire has significantly damaged the emergency dispatch and ambulance services building in a Kentucky county.

Lexington Herald-Leader signs contract to sell its downtown building

The Lexington Herald-Leader has signed a contract to sell its downtown building on Midland Avenue, according to the newspaper. 

Van hits building in downtown Lexington

A van drove into a building next to the Lextran Bus Depot in downtown Lexington Thursday afternoon, according to police.

Substitute teacher removed from school in Lexington

A substitute teacher was escorted out of Northern Elementary School in Lexington on Wednesday after reportedly making inappropriate comments to students, according to Fayette County Public Schools.

NAACP renews fight to remove Jefferson Davis statue from state capitol

After Lexington's Urban County Council unanimously passed a resolution last night to move two confederate statues that currently stand near the historic old courthouse downtown, many groups across the state are pushing to get other confederate statues removed including one in the state capitol rotunda.

Historic L&N Railroad sign to be restored

Workers will remove the historic L&N Railroad sign on a downtown Louisville building so it can be restored while the building's roof is upgraded.

Group working to create home for homeless female veterans

A former elementary school in Kentucky is being transformed into a home for homeless female veterans and their children.

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Tenant arrested, accused of setting fire to Sen.-elect’s law office

A fire police say was deliberately set in Harlan left six people without a place to live and destroyed the law office of Johnnie Turner, who was just elected to the state senate, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Fayette student’s project featured in Farm Bureau’s “Science in Agriculture” contest

Project weighed the benefits of different materials to stop erosion.

Firefighters return to same house twice

Firefighters use 17,000 gallons of water to make sure it won't restart.