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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board. 

Lexington Mayor recommends cancelling, postponing events

Mayor says risks are too high to not consider cancelling some events.

Lexington’s mayor appoints Census committee

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton appointed a Complete Count Committee to ensure Lexington counts every citizen in the upcoming 2020 federal Census.

Linda Gorton wins the Lexington mayoral race

UPDATE: Ronnie Bastin concedes to former Vice Mayor Linda Gorton. *** LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Former Vice Mayor Linda Gorton’s party campaign was endorsed by the current...

Bastin concedes to Gorton in Lexington mayoral race

Bastin thanked Lexington for allowing him the chance to run, saying it was the "honor of a lifetime."

Lundergan Grimes announces she won’t run for mayor of Lexington

Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes put the rumor mill to rest Friday by announcing she won't run for mayor of Lexington.

Lexington celebrates 60 years of sisterhood with Deauville, France

Lexington celebrated 60-years of its sister city relationship with Deauville, France on Friday.

Lexington begins removing Confederate statues downtown

The City of Lexington has begun removing two Confederate statues from downtown.

Bill to allow charter schools clears Kentucky House

The mayors of Kentucky's two largest cities could create charter schools that would be exempt from state regulations under a bill that has cleared a House committee.

Residents Asked to Help Plan Lexington’s Future

In neighborhoods across Lexington, residents will come together in small groups on March 15, 2017, to discuss how to collaboratively build and maintain a strong, safe and dynamic community.

Decision Tuesday on whether Jim Gray will run for Senate

Expect a decision Tuesday on whether Lexington Mayor Jim Gray will run for the U.S. Senate.

Mayor declares Friday “Blue-White Day” in Lexington

In celebration of the UK men's basketball team's undefeated regular season, and in support of their quest to win a 9th national championship, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray declared Friday, March 13, 2015, as "Blue-White Day" in the city.

Swearing-In Ceremony for Lexington Mayor is Sunday

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, Vice Mayor-elect Steve Kay and new and returning members of the Urban County Council will be sworn in at a public ceremony

Lexington Mayoral Debate At The University Of Kentucky Tuesday

Jim Gray and Anthany Beatty will debate with one week left before the election.

Lexington Mayor’s Budget Asks For $40 Million In Debt For Rupp Renovation

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray released his proposed 2015 budget on Tuesday. It called for the city to authorize $40 million in debt to renovate Rupp Arena and the adjacent convention center.

Lexington Mayor Running For Re-Election In 2014

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray announced Tuesday evening that he will seek another term.

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Kentuckians’ 112-mile relay helps children in Haiti

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Longtime Lexington Catholic basketball coach Tommy Starns passes away

LEXINGTON, KY (KHSAA) - Tommy Starns, who made Lexington Catholic basketball competitive with the city’s powerhouse public schools more than 50 years ago, died last...

25-year-old killed in wreck, no charges expected

Crash happened in small community near Virginia state line.