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UPDATE: Injured officer maybe able to return home by July 23

Lexington Police Officer Dawn Miller was badly injured when a wrong-way driver collided with her car in April.

Apartment fire displaces family Sunday night

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A family has been displaced from their apartment after a fire. Lexington Fire Department Major C.J. Haunz says that around 7:45...

Truck driver flees when trailer overturns, 30,000 pounds of vodka salvaged

Firefighters unsure how trailer ended up on its side, loaded with vodka.

Hampton Inn hotel fire under investigation in Lexington

Tw-alarm fire brought more than two dozen units.

Man rescued from collapsed Lexington house Saturday morning

Firefighters say the man was taken to the hospital, but is expected to be okay.

Lexington Fire puts out garage fire on East Fourth Street

When firefighters got to the home on East Fourth Street they say the fire was behind the home in a detached garage.

Fire Investigators seek help identifying person responsible for vehicle fire

Fire crews respond to vehicle fire Monday morning in 600 block of Mitchell Avenue

Two men fall five stories after scaffolding collapses in Lexington

The men were saved by their safety equipment and rescued by Lexington firefighters.

Difficult to put out trash fire continues to be monitored in Lexington

A trash fire on Hedger Lane in Lexington was monitored for about two hours to make sure hot spots were all the way out.

Police investigate shooting by 3-year-old

A 3-year-old boy has life-threatening injuries after being shot, according to Lexington Police. 

Lexington fire leaves four garages and at least one car heavily damaged

Just after 9:30 p.m. Thursday night Lexington firefighters responded to a fire that heavily damaged four garages and at least one car inside. 

Lexington Fire Department investigating garage fire

A fire destroyed a garage on Halls Lane Monday evening in Lexington, according to the Lexington Fire Department.

City Police, Fire administrative phones repaired

The city of Lexington says that administrative, non-emergency phone lines for the Police and Fire departments are now working normally after technicians installed new parts Tuesday.

LFD: House fire causes attic damage

Crews say a house fire on Meadow Lane caused damage overnight to an attic.

Lexington firefighters designed new truck unveiled Friday

Lexington's new fire truck that was unveiled Friday was designed by experts, a committee of Lexington firefighters.

UPDATE: Lexington Police & Fire non-emergency numbers working again

The non-emergency numbers for Lexington Police and Lexington Fire began operating again around 10:15 p.m. Friday after being down for about four hours, according to E-911 officials.

New Fire Training Tower opens in Lexington

A new Lexington Fire Training Tower off of Old Frankfort Pike opened up on Wednesday, according to officials.

Lexington firefighters shop with kids in need

People shopping in Hamburg Saturday may have seen several fire engines outside Meijer, but do not worry. There was no fire.

LFD: Electrical transformer catches fire at Lexington business

Officials with the Lexington Fire Department say they responded to an electrical transformer fire on Thursday afternoon at Dixie Cup off of Harbison Road.

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Police chief says reports of shots fired down in past month

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Department of Public Safety holds job fair to encourage applications

Lexington's Department of Public Safety hosted a job fair Wednesday afternoon with booths for police, fire and emergency management.