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Bullitt County Schools suing e-cigarette manufacturers

Bullitt County Public Schools became the first school system in Kentucky to sue e-cigarette manufacturers for allegedly causing a youth vaping epidemic

Lexington man sentenced to 30 years for 2018 murder

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports in court, 26-year-old Chase Helvey spoke to the families involved.

Herald-Leader will stop publishing Saturday print edition

A Central Kentucky newspaper has announced a big change for its customers. 

Community discusses proposal for new city hall

The idea of a new city hall in Lexington has been talked about for years. Is it finally about to happen?

Faith Leaders Summon Community to Stand Together

A group of local religious leaders have come together to ask all people to unite against threats, harassment and acts of violence in Lexington.

UK sues Herald-Leader in open records case over failed deal

The University of Kentucky is suing the Lexington Herald-Leader in order to avoid revealing documents about a failed business deal between UK HealthCare and a Hazard cardiology firm.
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New ideas floated for future of Lexington City Hall

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports on city hall, but could the newspaper's building actually become city hall?

Herald-Leader moving printing operation to Louisville

The Lexington Herald-Leader has announced it will move its printing and packaging operations to Louisville and will put the newspaper office and production and packaging facilities on the market.

Fire delays printing at Lexington Herald-Leader

Readers of the Lexington Herald-Leader will be delayed in getting their paper Monday because of a fire at the newspaper's offices.

Q & A at forum meeting sheds some light on CentrePointe struggles

Within the first year of developing for Lexington's plagued CentrePointe venture, one of -- if not its largest financial supporters died, leaving Webb Companies wondering if it was going to get its money.

Herald-Leader To Charge For Online Paper

Starting in December, the Herald-Leader Newspaper will charge people for viewing online content.

Chester Grundy Laid Off At U.K. After Three Decades

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that Chester Grundy, the Director of the Martin Luther King Cultural Center at U.K., has been laid off by the school.

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