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Group behind white power flyers says they’re not hateful, Rabbi disagrees

Over the weekend some people in Central Kentucky received white supremacy flyers at their homes.

Flyers, threat prompt anti-hatred education effort

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - In response to flyers of hate, and a threatening phone call to the center, Chabad of the Bluegrass will launch...

Antisemitism exhibit displays examples of hate in hopes of spreading peace

Contemporary Antisemitism is an exhibit on display showing examples of hate towards Jewish people in Kentucky and across the country.

Lexington vigil encourages unity after Virginia tragedy

Thousands of people gathered at the courthouse plaza Monday in downtown Lexington, standing in solidarity with those who lost their lives in Charlottesville Virginia over the weekend.

Berea City Council unanimously passes hate crimes resolution

Berea's city council has just passed a resolution condemning hate crimes in the city. It comes after vandalism targeting a lesbian couple last month.

WKU President Responds to Racially Motivated Hateful Behavior After Election

The Student Body President and University President at Western Kentucky University sent out a joint statement, responding to hateful behavior directed at minority students after the election.

Some in Lexington’s muslim community question if slaying was a hate crime

The Muslim community in Lexington wants answers about whether or not the murder of a pizza delivery driver was a hate crime.

Message of Hate

On the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a day meant to celebrate equality and unity, some people in Pulaski County woke up to a message of hate.

Stumbo Compares Ousting McConnell To Liberating Nazi Germany

During an event held for U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes in Prestonsburg Thursday night, Kentucky Democratic Speaker Greg Stumbo made statements that some say are "hate-filled comparisons."

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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board. 
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Racist internet trolls interrupt as council gives preliminary approval to rename Lexington park

An Urban County Council discussion Tuesday night, on renaming a Lexington park once used to sell slaves, was interrupted by racist trolls.
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Group behind white power flyers says they’re not hateful, Rabbi disagrees

Over the weekend some people in Central Kentucky received white supremacy flyers at their homes.

Keeneland catalogs 4,272 Yearlings for 2020 September Sale

The prestigious auction will offer online bidding and expanded phone bidding for those buyers participating remotely.