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Lockett downs Corman in Jessamine-Fayette district, Dupont next

Professor, financial advisor meet in November

130 complaints filed with state’s election hotline

Procedural questions make up most of the list

State up 54 cases, three new deaths, parks being closed, Tennessee criticized

54 news cases, 302 statewide, three new deaths, now eight; parks being closed, governor gives new numbers, continues push on crunch time.

Even with more working, jobless rates up slightly

In some cases, jobless rates increased because growth in work force outpaced growth in number of jobs.

Two new coronavirus cases, school closings urged

Study of virus in Washington shows value of limiting interaction.

Gov. Beshear: 3 more coronavirus cases confirmed in Kentucky, total is now 4

Governor Andy Beshear says there are now four people in Kentucky who have tested positive for the coronavirus.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Graduation ceremonies underway at Rupp Arena

Several high school graduations underway Monday and Tuesday at Rupp Arena are expected to impact traffic.

Cold weather brings warning for pet owners

As temperatures drop, Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control is issuing a warning to pet owners to bring their pets indoors.

Free school supplies for some students in Fayette and Jessamine Co.

Free school supplies will be passed out to some Fayette County and Jessamine County School students.

Lane reopened on I-75 at Clays Ferry Bridge

One lane was closed on I-75 at Clays Ferry Bridge Friday afternoon.

TRAFFIC ALERTS: Closures scheduled in several counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has released information on 2 new lane closures in Fayette and Woodford Counties, and one continuing closure in Madison County.

City confirms more panhandlers in Lexington since Kentucky Supreme Court struck down ordinance

Maybe you have noticed more panhandlers out in Lexington. You are not imagining it. The city confirms it, explaining a recent court decision has something to do with the increase.

Grants available for alternatives to detention programs

Kentucky's juvenile justice department will soon begin accepting applications for a grant program that supports alternatives to detention for low-level juvenile offenders.

Study: Lexington needs over 22K housing units by 2025

A study commissioned by the Fayette Urban County Government, the Lexington Downtown Development Authority, and a group of Lexington stakeholders says that the city will need over 22,000 housing units in the next ten years to meet demand.

Graffiti found at 2 Lexington schools

Fayette County School System is investigating graffiti found over the weekend at Henry Clay high School and Breckinridge Elementary.

Woodfield residents don’t want connection to Brannon extension

While they're in favor of extending East Brannon Road to Tates Creek Road, some residents of Lexington's Woodfield neighborhood would rather not be connected to the two-lane road.

Family hopes for fresh start after Fayette County brush fire

Tuesday evening's rain comes as a blessing to a family whose Fayette County farm land quickly burnt up in a brush fire Tuesday evening.

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Lexington’s fireworks show dazzles the crowd

Lexington canceled most of its Fourth of July festivities but the fireworks show still went on as scheduled.

State police investigate Cave Run Lake drowning

State Police are investigating a drowning at Cave Run Lake Saturday afternoon.

I-75 Diesel spill, semi-truck spills load of energy drinks in Madison County

Kentucky Transportation Department says a semi-truck spilled diesel on I-75 Saturday night.
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Man pulls gun, is charged during Black Lives Matter protest

Police say a man is charged with menacing after pulling a gun out during an argument with protesters.