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UPDATE: Shooting suspect brought back to Lexington from L.A.

A man charged in connection to a car-to-car shooting that left a 17-year old girl wounded, was brought back to Lexington on Wednesday from Los Angeles, to face charges.

UPDATE: Teen in serious condition after Lexington shooting

Lexington Police say a 17-year-old girl is in serious condition after a shooting Friday afternoon.

LPD: Shots fired during attempted robbery

A man told Lexington Police someone tried to rob him at gunpoint Thursday night as he sat in his car and then shot at him as he ran away.

Traffic Impact: Fourth Street to be closed at railroad crossing next week

There will be a complete road closure of the railroad crossing on Fourth Street between Henry Street and Newtown Pike in Lexington next week.

UPDATE: Woman pleads guilty in pizza store shooting

Danville woman pleads guilty to her role in shooting and robbery at Domino's in Danville in 2014.

Man Shot Dead on Chestnut Street in Lexington

A man was found lying on the sidewalk with a fatal gunshot wound in a Lexington neighborhood Wednesday morning.

Closure Scheduled For Fourth Street In Lexington

Fourth Street in Lexington is scheduled to be closed from the railroad tracks (prior to Henry Street) to Newtown Pike beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 19th through Friday, September 20th at 6:00 a.m.

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