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Good news: Downtown sewer work a year ahead of schedule

Last pipe is done, paving, striping next.

Traffic impact in Chevy Chase beginning Monday

A sewer replacement project will impact traffic at Tates Creek Road and Euclid Avenue.

Sewer work to close Euclid Avenue lane for four months

Part of long-term sewer work in Euclid business district

Downtown traffic detours delayed, other detours extended

Construction work on South Upper Street between Winslow and Bolivar, and on Winslow between Jersey Street and South Upper, which was scheduled to begin May 7, has been delayed until next week.

Sewer line work brings more street closures, detours

The months-long work to replace two miles of sewer lines through the Euclid Avenue area and UK campus will bring additional traffic closures this week.

Rose Street, Avenue of Champions next for downtown traffic changes

Rose Street is next to be impacted by a massive Euclid Avenue sewer reconstruction project.

Road work to bring traffic delays downtown

Changes on Bolivar and Avenue of Champions part of Euclid Avenue sewer projects.

Lexington to begin repairing two miles of sewer lines

The City of Lexington says it will begin a two-year project to replace and repair two miles of sewer lines.

Lexington Police make arrest in Marathon, Republic Bank robberies

Police have arrested a man they say robbed the Marathon on Alexandria Drive and the Republic Bank on Euclid Avenue on back-to-back days.

Armed robbery reported across from UK Police Station

The University of Kentucky sent out an alert to students Friday night after a reported armed robbery directly across the street from the UK Police Station.

Closures scheduled for Lexington intersections

Intermittent lane closures are scheduled for thermoplastic markings to be installed at various intersections in Lexington, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Lexington Police officer’s name released in deadly pedestrian accident

Lexington Police released the name of the officer involved in a deadly pedestrian accident Wednesday.

UPDATE: Man hit and killed by police officer identified

A man who was hit and killed by a Lexington Police officer overnight has been identified.

Police: Investigation underway after pedestrian hit by Lexington police cruiser

Lexington police say a pedestrian was struck by a police cruiser Wednesday morning.

Boxes of warmth spreading across Lexington

An idea which was spurred after a drive to church leads a Lexington woman to helping the homeless population by keeping them warm -- and the movement is picking up speed.

UPDATE: Noel Espino takes first steps since losing leg in accident

Guam Army National Guard Captain Noel Espino recently took his first steps since losing a leg in an accident in Lexington last September.

UPDATE: New Euclid Ave. Kroger Now Open For Business

A new Kroger opened Thursday on Euclid Avenue near the U.K. campus in Lexington. It included a 125-space parking lot on the roof.

Kroger To Hold Hiring Fair Saturday For Rebuilt Euclid Store

Kroger will hold a hiring fair this Saturday, December 6, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The company needs to hire 100 new employees for the rebuild Euclid Avenue store.

UPDATE: Former Lexington Firefighter Indicted In Crash That Critically Injured Soldier

A Fayette County Grand Jury indicted former Lexington Firefighter Jarad McCargo who is accused of being under the influence and critically injuring an Army National Guard Captain from Guam by backing into him, pinning him against a building and driving off.

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Police seek help finding campaign sign snatcher

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