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Gas prices down from last week, last month

Prices down slightly from last week, could fall more.

Area’s gas prices down again from last week

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ/GasBuddy) - Lexington gas prices have fallen 6.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.06/g Monday, according to GasBuddy's daily...

Fayette County Clerk’s website down

The Fayette County Clerk's website, fayettecountyclerk.com, is currently down.

Kentucky’s February 2019 unemployment report released

The unemployment rate for February 2019 was down from the 4.2 percent reported for January 2019.

KSP phone lines working after being down

State Police say all phone line issues have been resolved and are working after being down at Post 1 in Mayfield/Graves County.

LEXserv to temporarily shut down while city takes over service

A temporary shutdown of the LEXserv online and phone bill payment system has been scheduled as Lexington's Division of Revenue takes over the service from Greater Cincinnati Water Works.

Memorial to Lexington murder victim to be taken down

Friends of Lexington's first murder victim of the year want to keep his memory alive, but feel they are being forced to take down his memorial.

UPDATE: I-75 reopens after multi-county chase

I-75 in Madison County has reopened after being shut down for over two hours due to a high-speed pursuit.

Road blocked after tree fell onto road in Lexington

The Lexington Police say a tree and pole fell onto West 6th Street during Tuesday’s storm.

Unemployment Rates Down in 119 Kentucky Counties in December 2016

Unemployment rates fell in 119 Kentucky counties between December 2015 and December 2016, but rose in Lyon County (6.3 percent in December 2015 to 6.6 percent in December 2016), according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training.

Jobless rates down in 82 Kentucky counties

State officials say unemployment rates fell in 82 Kentucky counties between October 2015 and October 2016.

Williamsburg PD: Suspect tried to run down officers with pickup truck

Williamsburg police say they opened fire on a suspect when he tried to run two officers down with his pickup truck in Williamsburg on Wednesday.

Youth smoking rate declining in Kentucky

State health officials are pointing to more progress in efforts to reduce Kentucky's youth smoking rate.

Prosecutors cracking down on drug dealers

An effort to crack down on drug dealers in Kentucky seems to be working according to law enforcement.

9 injured in pileup on Kentucky highway

Nine people were injured in a pileup on a Kentucky highway after a tractor-trailer crashed with a car and caught fire.

World stocks slide as China trading halted after plunge

U.S. stocks are opening sharply lower as worries intensify about China's economy and dropping oil prices.

Salvation Army: Donations down in 2015 Kettle Campaign

The Salvation Army in Lexington announced Wednesday that its 2015 kettle campaign is currently $20,000 behind prior-year contributions, and is making an appeal for additional donations to its iconic red kettles

Farm cash receipts down in Kentucky

After a period of record cash receipts, Kentucky farmers are feeling the squeeze from lower commodity prices and sluggish exports.

Kentucky’s jobless rate dips to 4.9 percent

Kentucky’s preliminary October 2015 unemployment rate dipped to 4.9 percent from a seasonally adjusted 5 percent in September 2015, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET.)

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‘Let them Learn’ Rally outside FCPS board meeting, parents frustrated

Some parents in Lexington, still not happy with Fayette County Public Schools decision to continue online learning the rest of the semester.

Somerset eyes TIF districts to spur growth, development

Total of 200 acres targeted for potential development.

McGrath slams McConnell on Supreme Court confirmation

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Amy McGrath slammed her Republican opponent, Mitch McConnell who was absent from a Monday forum broadcast on statewide TV while pushing through Amy Coney Barrett's U.S. Supreme Court confirmation.

Social media posts question behavior years ago, teacher suspended

Allegations on social media arose from prior job as youth minister