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Five-day July race meet at Keeneland generates $63 million handle

Keeneland held its unprecedented race meet in July after being forced to cancel racing in the spring due to the coronavirus.

Woman accused in suspected deadly DUI crash faces civil suit

The family of a ten-year-old girl killed in a suspected DUI crash this summer in Lexington is suing the woman accused of causing the crash and the owner of the car she was reportedly driving.  

State releases county unemployment data for July 2019

Unemployment rates rose in 99 Kentucky counties between July 2018 and July 2019.

Kentucky’s July unemployment numbers up slightly

Kentucky's jobless rate for July was up slightly from the previous month, but lower than one year ago, according to the state.

New state laws go into effect July 14

Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2018 session will go into effect on Saturday, July 14.

Arrest made in connection to July shooting

Lexington Police have arrested a man who was wanted for his connection with a shooting that happened in July.

EKU to have active shooter exercise July 25

Eastern Kentucky University Public Safety is planning a full-scale exercise involving an active shooter scenario on campus July 25.

I-64 closures in Clark & Fayette counties begin Sunday

Temporary closures are scheduled on I-64 in Clark and Fayette counties beginning Sunday, July 9, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Lexington NoLi Night Market

Lexington NoLi Night Market

Lexington Public Library – Discover Summer

The Lexington Public Library has a full line-up of summer reading activities for our kids to keep their brains active in the summer months when away from school

UPDATE: I-75 Ramp closure in Fayette County rescheduled

The closure of an I-75 ramp in Fayette County has been rescheduled for later this week.

Parking changes take effect Saturday at UK

University of Kentucky Transportation Services will implement the expanded tiered parking areas beginning Saturday, July 1.

Fourth of July holiday collection schedule announcement

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management officials say they will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday. They say no collection will be made on Tuesday, July 4.

Historic WWII bomber to visit Aviation Museum

The only touring B-29 bomber in the world, known as FIFI, is scheduled to visit the Aviation Museum of Kentucky during July 5-9.

WWE coming to Rupp Arena July 16

Get ready for all the body-slamming and trash-talking you can handle as the WWE Live SummerSlam Heatwave tour returns to Lexington on Sunday, July 16th at Rupp Arena.

World Cornhole Championships Set for Kentucky in July

Cornhole, a game made popular in backyards and at football tailgate parties, is holding its world championships in Kentucky this summer.

Louisville plans festival to celebrate Ali’s legacy

Louisville will host a 10-day festival next year to celebrate the legacy of native son Muhammad Ali.

Unemployment rates down in 93 KY counties in July 2016

Unemployment rates fell in 93 Kentucky counties between July 2015 and July 2016, but rose in 27 counties, according to the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training, an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

Kentucky’s jobless rate drops to 4.9 percent in July

State officials say Kentucky's unemployment rate dropped to 4.9 percent last month, matching the national jobless rate.

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COVID testing, vaccines continue; site info updated

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Former Scott County basketball star charged in meth bust

Deputies in Callaway County, Missouri say "Bud" Mackey and Amber Collins had ten-pounds of meth in their car at the time of their arrest.

2 Ohio residents affiliated with Oath Keepers indicted for Capitol incursion role

Three people associated with the Oath Keepers were indicted.

“Day Care Deserts.” A look into KY’s dramatic decrease in child care options.

Finding child care has long been a problem in Kentucky. The pandemic only worsened the issue.