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Lexington Farmers’ Market acknowledges history of Cheapside Park location

For the last several days, protesters in Lexington have incorporated Cheapside Park into their normal march routes. 

Kentucky Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy yields progress

The Council on Postsecondary Education has completed its first comprehensive review of campus progress .

FCPS budget attempts to address demographic differences

The Fayette County Board of Education approved a $579.9 million budget Monday. 

Kentucky State University ranks number one in teacher quality

Officials say Kentucky State University ranks number one among colleges in the Commonwealth.

Center for social justice proposed at University of Kentucky

A group of University of Kentucky faculty wants to establish a center that focuses on social justice and inequality.

Lexington events honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Thousands are expected to visit downtown Lexington Monday to celebrate the legacy and message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Kentucky corporate LGBT inclusion numbers released

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation released an annual report assessing LGBT inclusion in major companies and law firms, including 5 in Kentucky.

Marriage equality town hall in Lexington Tuesday

The Campaign for Southern Equality and Freedom to Marry are hosting a town hall in Lexington to discuss marriage equality in Kentucky.

March On UK Campus Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

As MLK Day approaches, the University of Kentucky is highlighting his legacy and trying to keep his dream alive.

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WATCH: Lexington Police release body camera video to refute racism, chokehold claims

Lexington Police are responding to protesters' new accusations of violence and racism with body camera video showing the moments Saturday when officers arrested five protesters.

“Chemo is hard for anyone, let alone a 6-year-old,” Lexington mom says

One Lexington mom says she was in shock when the doctor told her her daughter had cancer.

Three new coronavirus-related deaths, two in Fayette County

The state reported 277 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as the number of positive cases continues to climb.

Renters burned out of home, firefighter overcome by heat

Twenty fire units were on the scene so the department could rotate firefighters to keep them fresh and protect them from heat-related injuries.