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Lexington Mayor Jim Gray chose Joe Smith as the new councilmember for the 2nd District.
A University of Kentucky alumnus and his wife have given $7 million to rename the Department of Biomedical Engineering, adding an endowed chair and two endowed fellowships.
Madison County rescuers are looking for a teen missing since earlier this evening.
The Fayette Co. Coroner is asking for help finding the next of kin for a man who died December 8.
Two people have been arrested after police say they got out of a moving vehicle, leaving a baby inside.
More than 100 Catholic couples celebrated going the distance in marriage at an event in Louisville.
The parents of a deceased 15-year-old boy say they receive some comfort in knowing his donated organs have possibly saved the lives of four people.
Kentucky State Police have identified the victim in a fatal crash on Tates Creek Road, just west of Richmond Sunday morning as EKU football player Joseph Kraemer.
Officials say the man accused of killing a Kentucky State Police trooper posted a video expressing regret before he was shot and killed by police.
Saint Joseph Hospital, Saint Joseph East and Saint Joseph Jessamine, are among a select group of hospitals and transplant centers nationwide recognized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Michael Joseph will spend two years in prison.
Lexington police are investigating a house fire after they say a man was dropped off at St. Joseph Hospital with severe burns.
Saint Joseph East announced its construction plans on Wednesday to remodel and expand their breast care center.
On Wednesday, Joseph Richardson and Kenneth Wadkins were each sentenced to five years behind bars after pleading guilty to shooting a man to death over three years ago.
KentuckyOneHealth, which employs around 15,000 people and includes Lexington's St. Joseph's Hospital and St. Joseph East, may need to cut its workforce due to a $218 million debt.
A man accused of hitting a friend with his van while driving it in reverse has had his plea deal rejected by a Montgomery County judge.