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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.
The Lexington Herald-Leader has signed a contract to sell its downtown building on Midland Avenue, according to the newspaper.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-It has surely been an interesting weekend at the Lexington Herald-Leader. The paper says it's been getting emails all weekend from a person...
Several windows were shattered at the Lexington Herald-Leader, and police are investigating whether the damage was caused by gunfire.
State Police released photos of drugs they say were flown into Lexington last week on a private plane from California.
The Administrative Office of the Courts says it is being investigated for possible irregularities with its employee-only auctions of surplus vehicles.
We're still celebrating Black History Month with Alexis Mathews! This time she features Lexington Herald-Leader President and Publisher, Rufus Friday! Take a look at his journey as a successful African-American in a tough newspaper industry!
A proposed $34 million development deal on Newtown Pike in Lexington is dead, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.
The Lexington Herald-Leader has printed its last issue in Lexington.
The Kentucky attorney general's office says the University of Kentucky board of trustees wasn't required to post a detailed agenda for a meal before its regular meeting but violated the Open Meetings Act by not keeping minutes from the dinner session.
The movie "Above Suspicion" started filming in Lexington on Tuesday.
Former state Personnel Cabinet Secretary Tim Longmeyer arranged for illegal campaign contributions to go to current Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear and failed Gubernatorial candidate Jack Conway, according to court records that a judge agreed to unseal following a request by the Lexington Herald-Leader.
The state will pay a $250,000 penalty to Kentucky's two largest newspapers to settle a lawsuit over obtaining records of child abuse deaths and serious injuries.
Republican state Senator Ralph Alvarado of Winchester says he received a signed public apology as part of a settlement in his defamation lawsuit against Democratic political consultant Dale Emmons.
Two Confederate statues in downtown Lexington will remain in place, according to Mayor Jim Gray.
A man, with ties to a church in Lexington, is accused of rape.
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