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Hotel in Lexington, fairgrounds in Louisville may become hospitals

Crews, including the National Guard and the Corps of Engineers, has begun turning the fairgrounds in Louisville into a 2,000-bed hospital in case the coronavirus surge in Kentucky soars.

Owners of The Amsden announce plan for new hotel and distillery in Versailles

The owners of The Amsden, one of the oldest buildings in Versailles, announced they are opening a new boutique hotel and distillery.

New Game of Thrones themed Airbnb in Lexington

A Game of Thrones themed Airbnb is open for reservations in Lexington.

Churchill Downs project includes hotel, gaming, new seats

The home of the Kentucky Derby plans to begin work next month on a $300,000 million project.

The Kentucky Castle, Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa

Opening in 1969, the Kentucky Castle has undergone many changes. Today the Kentucky Castle acts as a hotel, restaurant, event center, and spa.

Garage fire forces family out of home

A Lexington family has to stay in a hotel after a fire made their home unlivable Thursday.

Missing Florida toddler found in Georgetown; charges pending against parents

A missing toddler from Florida, who was considered endangered, was found in Georgetown on Monday. Child neglect charges are pending against his parents.

Police: Man caught in hotel room with 13-year old girl

Police in Harlan County say they found a man in a hotel room with a 13-year old girl. 

Police searching for suspect in Massachusetts hotel shooting

Police say they responded to a reported “active shooter” situation at the Crown Plaza in Natick around 3 a.m. Tuesday

Kenya’s president says all gunmen killed at hotel complex

Kenya’s security forces have killed the Islamic extremist gunmen whose assault on a luxury hotel and shopping complex took 14 “innocent lives,” the country’s president said Wednesday.

Search warrant at hotel in Prestonsburg leads to drug arrest

One man was arrested on drug charges after a search warrant was executed at a hotel in Prestonsburg.

UPDATE: KSU restores heat in dorms

Kentucky State University has announced that heat has been restored.

Arrest made in 2016 Lexington hotel robbery

Police have arrested 39-year-old Gregory Smith, after they say he robbed the Howard Johnson Hotel in December of 2016.

Wynn gets no money in termination deal with casino company

A termination agreement released Friday between embattled casino mogul Steve Wynn and the company bearing his name leaves him without any severance or compensation and prohibits his involvement in any competing gambling business for two years.

UPDATE: Man admits to shooting woman near Lexington hotel

Police say a man has admitted to shooting a woman near a Lexington hotel, but he has a reason.

Woman shot near hotel in Lexington

A woman was shot at a hotel in Lexington Saturday. Police say the victim and suspect know each other.

Woman claims man with ax attacked her outside Lexington hotel

A woman visiting Lexington for the National Horse Show says a man tried to attack her with an ax outside of her hotel. 

Ex-councilwoman get 3 weeks in jail for fake checks

A former Urban County councilwoman in Lexington was sentenced to three weeks in jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to crimes related to cashing bogus payroll checks.

New hotel planned for The Summit at Fritz Farm

A new 120 room hotel is planned for The Summit at Fritz Farm in Lexington, according to a the developers, the Thrash Group.

Legionnaires’ disease killed woman, 62, visiting Elvis’ home

A Kentucky woman was sickened by Legionnaires' disease after staying at a hotel near the Tennessee home of famed singer Elvis Presley, and an autopsy says the pneumonia caused her death.

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Lexington Mayor to hold special meeting to update on COVID-19

Part of regular series to update members, residents.
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Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12

Your morning news and weather on Wednesday, Aug. 12
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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.