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Lawsuit over Lexington surveillance cameras ends

After judge's ruling, group drops effort.

School bus safety bill rolls on to full Kentucky House

The bill would fine drivers caught illegally passing stopped school buses. Drivers would be recorded with cameras placed on school bus stop arms.

Kentucky schools address autism services after kids dragged

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Following two reports of educators dragging autistic students, a Kentucky school district has outlined a plan to improve services. The Lexington...

City of Lexington sues man over police surveillance video request

A Lexington man is being sued by the city after he filed an open records request for documents about surveillance cameras, owned and operated by the Lexington Police Department.

Straight talk with Ray the D.A. – Body Cameras

Commander Eric Lowe from the Lexington Police Department to discuss the use of police body cameras. 

Former UK student accused of putting camera in bathroom

Police accuse a former UK student of putting cameras in a bathroom on campus. After a five and a half month investigation, officers say they've collected more than 300 pictures and videos of girls, some containing nudity.

All Louisville officers to have body cameras by end of 2015

Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad says every police officer will be equipped with a body camera by the end of the year.

Lexington using hi-tech truck to identify road problems

Mayor Jim Gray announced a new technology-based road assessment today.

Driver’s License Operation To Be Suspended For One Day In Fayette County

Due to the installation of new software and cameras for Kentucky's new driver's license, you won't be able to get a license in the downtown location in Lexington on Wednesday, October 24th.

One Day Suspension Of Driver’s License Issuing In Berea

Berea residents won't be able to get a driver's license on Monday, September 24th, in the Madison County Circuit Clerk's office while new software and cameras are installed for the state's new licenses.

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