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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.

Attempted Bank Robbery, Pursuit, Ends in Crash on I-64 West

A suspect fleeing from an attempted bank robbery in Berea led police on a pursuit through Madison, Fayette, Woodford, and Franklin counties on Friday.

CAC’s Begins 2017 LIHEAP Program

The Community Action Council's Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Crisis Program (LIHEAP) begins Monday, January 9, 2017.

KYTC Road Crews Remain on Duty

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 7 forces patrolled and treated routes through the evening work commute time.

KYTC: Lane Closure Scheduled for I-75S at Clays Ferry Bridge on Wed.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that work on highway lights will shut down the southbound left (fast) lane on I-75 S on Wednesday.

No Work From Home This Year for Fayette County Students

Fayette County Schools will not allow students to work from home this winter.

Kentucky population expected to climb 10 percent by 2040

A new report says Kentucky's population is expected to increase more than 10 percent between 2015 and 2040, with Jefferson and Fayette counties projected to remain the most populous.

Bullitt, Fayette, & Jefferson report first 2016 flu cases

The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) has received reports of laboratory-confirmed influenza cases, indicating the presence of flu circulating in Kentucky. The cases are from Bullitt, Fayette and Jefferson counties.

Lexington leaders ride the bus to school with students

Some bus riders in Fayette County were greeted by community leaders Wednesday morning for the first day back to school.

One person dead after crash in Lexington

The Fayette County Coroner’s Office is investigating a fatal wreck that occurred on Thursday morning.

City seeking public comment regarding courthouse renovation

A public meeting regarding the renovation of the Historic Fayette County Courthouse on West Main Street will be held at noon on Wednesday, June 1 in the 5th/3rd Pavilion.

Jobless rates rise in 65 Kentucky counties

State officials say unemployment rates increased in 65 of Kentucky's 120 counties between March 2015 and March 2016.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Lane closure scheduled for southbound I-75 in Fayette County

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is announcing a single lane closure, scheduled for southbound I-75 in Fayette Co.

Two Fayette County schools to get new principals

New principals have been selected at Dixie Magnet Elementary and Lexington Traditional Magnet School.

Annual jobless rates fall in 115 Kentucky counties

Kentucky officials say annual unemployment rates fell in 115 of the state's counties in 2015 compared to 2014.

God’s Pantry Food Bank increasing senior service in Fayette Co.

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) in Fayette County, through God's Pantry Food Bank, has recently increased the senior service and is looking for eligible seniors to apply.

Mayor proposes Lexington’s budget

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray has decided how he’d like to spend your tax money.

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KSP is investigating a deadly house fire in Robertson County

State Police says one person is dead following a house fire.

LPD: Woman sent to hospital after car flips

Police tell ABC 36 they suspect the woman was driving under the influence when she hit two parked cars and flipped her own car.

‘Stuff the Bus’ donation drive gives school supplies to families in need

The Salvation Army is hosting it's 'Stuff the Bus' school donation drive this weekend, helping families in need. 

UK students move in with safety measures in place

It was the first move-in day for incoming students and it was one like never before with several COVID-19 safety measures in place.