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The financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak is being felt at Rupp Arena and Lexington's convention center in the form of furloughs and pay-cuts.
A sophomore student says she was the target of reported racial harassment.
A three-year old boy in Lexington died days after accidentally shooting himself in the head, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Craig Barber, president of O’Charley’s, confirmed two locations in Kentucky will close on Sunday.
McClatchy, the publisher of the Lexington Herald-Leader and dozens of other newspapers nationwide, is filing for bankruptcy protection.
A detective testified Thursday that a shooting in Lexington last year was an act of gang-related retaliation, according to the Lexington-Herald Leader.
Governor Andy Beshear says rules that decide what people can and cannot bring into the state Capitol are being evaluated.
A woman charged with murder in a deadly dog attack case says she doesn't remember the incident, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
A grand jury charged 54-year-old Phillip Todd Wilson with 17 child pornography possession and distribution charges.
Officials hope to start the program next fall with 150 girls in kindergarten through second grade.
The justices ruled in favor of a newspaper seeking documents related to a sexual harassment complaint against a Republican lawmaker.
Bankrupt Pineville Community Healthcare in Bell County has been purchased by First State Bank of the Southeast, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
A Pike County man admits he didn't report his father's death and collected his Social Security checks for nearly a decade, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Tates Creek High School would get a new building, rather undergoing a renovation, under a new proposal pending before the Fayette County school board.
The principal of McCracken County High School has been suspended with pay and charged with two misdemeanors after allegedly not reporting abuse of his students, according to court records.
Speed limits in Lexington will go from 35 to 25 miles per hour due to the substantial number of pedestrian deaths in 2018.
Efforts to move Lexington City Hall to the Herald-Leader building have been set back.
The editor and publisher of a newspaper in Kentucky announced Wednesday that he will be stepping down.
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that those districts are facing the challenges due to a change in the way the unmined coal tax is calculated and declining revenue collections.
A Kentucky agency accused of seeking to cover up mistakes made in a child abuse case has settled a whistleblower's lawsuit against it.
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