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4th St. railroad crossing closed until Friday

Traffic management says that a railroad crossing on 4th Street between Henry Street and Newtown Pike has been closed and will remain closed until Friday.
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UPDATE: Man charged in Trinity Gay’s death waives case to grand jury

Dvonta Middlebrooks, charged in the October 16th shooting that killed 15-year-old Trinity Gay, appeared in court Tuesday morning.
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Rain didn’t stop celebration in Downtown Lexington

Smaller than usual crowds in Downtown Lexington for the annual July 4th Street Festival but the rain didn't stop everyone from celebrating.
Fireworks

Officials urge fire safety during holiday

The Fourth of July is a time for celebration but officials are urging you stay safe.
Education

Ky. 4th, 8th graders outperform peers nationally in reading

A national report card shows Kentucky's public school students are outperforming their peers nationally in fourth- and eighth-grade reading and in fourth-grade mathematics.
Stabbing at E. 4th and Martin Luther King Blvd.

Two taken to hospital after reported stabbing in downtown Lexington

Police say a fight between three people turned into a stabbing that sent two people to the hospital, while a third was held for questioning.
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UPDATE: Domino’s Worker In Critical Condition After Attempted Robbery

A woman is in critical condition after police say she was shot during an attempted robbery at a Domino’s Pizza.
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Big Business At Lake Cumberland

A lot of people are spending the holiday weekend on Lake Cumberland, where the water level is back to where it should be after being lowered several years ago while repairs were made to a dam on the lake.
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Big Business At Lake Cumberland

A lot of people are spending the holiday weekend on Lake Cumberland, where the water level is back to where it should be after being lowered several years ago while repairs were made to a dam on the lake.

2-Vehicle Collision Puts Responder in Hospital

A two-vehicle crash Tuesday morning at the intersection of North Upper and West Fourth Street put an emergency responder in the hospital, according to Lexington fire crews.
Life is Cool

Pulaski Students Urged to Make Healthier Choices in “Life is Cool” Program

Almost 800 Pulaski County fourth graders are taking part in "Life is Cool," a workshop to help them learn how life choices impact others' lives through organ and tissue donations.

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