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UPDATE: Lexington police arrest murder suspect in fatal shooting

Lexington man shot five times on Corral Street.

UPDATE: 2nd arrest made in Lexington murder

Lexington Police have made a second arrest in the death investigation that happened on Maxwelton Court.

UPDATE: Laurel County homicide victim identified

A man found shot to death in a Laurel County home this week has been identified just one day after his father killed himself at the end of a police chase.  

UPDATE: Person of interest in homicide case kills himself after chase

A man who was a person of interest in a Laurel County homicide case, shot himself to death at the end of a police chase Wednesday, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Corbin police investigating a double homicide

Police are investigating what led to two peoples deaths.

Victim in fatal shooting in Lexington identified

The Fayette County Coroner's Office says 19-year-old Carl Garner Jr. was shot and killed at his home in Lexington on Sunday.

Berea man arrested for stabbing a man to death

A man is dead after a stabbing Tuesday night in Berea around 9:30 on the 100 block of Dinsmore Street.  

Coroner: Homicide investigation in Lexington

The Fayette County Coroner's Office is investigating a homicide that happened early Saturday morning. 

UPDATE: Coroner identifies woman found fatally shot

Lexington Police say a woman found dead along Tates Creek Road Tuesday night was shot to death. The coroner has identified her as Rachel Preston.

UPDATE: Arrest warrant issued for murder suspect

An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for a man wanted in connection to a homicide last week, according to Lexington Police.

Neighbors remember victim who tied Lexington’s homicide record

Lexington set perhaps its most troubling record Friday: the most homicides ever for a calendar year, and there are still two months left in 2017. 

Lexington ties homicide record with fatal shooting

The fatal shooting of 51-year-old Anthony Carter puts Lexington at its 27th homicide of the year, tying the city's record.

Number of Lexington homicides near record high

With just two months left in 2017, the city is only one homicide away from breaking that record.

UPDATE: Man dies days after assault; wife charged with murder

Lexington Police say charges were upgraded Thursday to murder against a woman accused of assaulting her elderly husband, who died nine days after the reported attack.  

UPDATE: Woman’s death in Lexington ruled a homicide

The Fayette County coroner ruled a woman's death a homicide from an assault.

Man shoots two people, then himself

Officials say a man shot two people and then himself in Kentucky.

Autopsy: elderly woman found dead in church was murdered

Every murder is tragic, but Thursday came a particularly surprising case: an elderly woman found dead in her church.

Homicide investigation at church in Somerset

A 70-year old woman who went missing Thursday afternoon was found dead at a church in Somerset and investigators are calling it a homicide, according to Somerset Police.

Suspect, victim identified in Friday Lexington homicide

Lexington Police say they have arrested 40-year-old Timothy Fogle shortly after asking the public for help finding him.

Homicide investigation underway in Lexington

According to the Fayette County Coroner they are on scene of a homicide investigation.

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