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Lexington’s Urban County Council considers police reforms

The Lexington Urban County Council's Public Safety Committee began a detailed review of the city's police department, its collective bargain agreement and other details in a lengthy meeting on Tuesday.

Fox retracts story about UK-Lexington Police

The University of Kentucky says a report from Fox News Sunday is "inaccurate" and "unfounded".

Lexington Police add to ‘No-Knock’ search warrant policy

The Lexington Police Department has added another level of supervision to its 'No-Knock' search warrant policy.

Lexington Police kneel with protestors Sunday, order kept during peaceful protest

A powerful turning point for many protestors Sunday night was when Lexington Police officers knelt in solidarity with the crowd.

Tenth anniversary of Lexington Police Officer’s death

It was April 10, 2010 when Lexington Police Officer Bryan Durman answered a noise complaint on N Limestone. It would be his last call ever.

Helping those who help others: Volunteer organization helps 1st responders after Nashville tornado

First Responders Missional Community, a volunteer organization, helps first responders affected by natural disasters.

Four teenagers charged in shooting and robbery of another teen

Four teenagers have been charged in connection to a shooting that left another teen in critical condition, according to Lexington Police.  

Woman found dead in Lexington, homicide investigation underway

Lexington Police say a woman was found dead in a home on Alexandria Drive Monday. Police call the woman's death, "suspicious."

UPDATE: Lexington Police identify suspect in possible hate crime

Video shows the man lunging toward the woman and briefly putting both his hands around the woman’s neck.

Lexington Police investigating homicide near apartment building

Lexington police say they are investigating a homicide that happened on Lima Drive around 11 p.m. Friday.

Lexington police officer involved in crash

The officer and the other driver both suffered minor injuries in the crash Tuesday morning.

Lexington man charged with murder in 2018 homicide case

The Lexington Police Department says a man is facing murder and sodomy charges in relation to a 2018 homicide case.

LPD: Call about hostage leads to two arrests

The Lexington Police Department says a call came in Wednesday morning claiming that a victim was being held against her will.

Lexington man charged in connection to double shooting

Lexington police say a man robbed two people at gun point after going back to an apartment to smoke marijuana.

Oh Deer! Lexington officer helps pull deer from pool

A deer found itself in a bit of trouble after it became trapped in the swimming pool of a Lexington home.

More than 50 people arrested in Lexington Police winter shoplifting blitz

“Operation See You When You’re Stealing,” resulted in 52 people charged, 47 arrests and the recovery of more than $5,337 worth of stolen merchandise.

Police investigating a string of car break-ins

Lexington police are investigating a string of car break-ins that happened overnight.

Man charged in Lexington shooting

Lexington Police detectives charged Jarrin Lee Davis, 26, with assault and robbery.

Have Coffee with a Cop

Wednesday, October 2 is “National Coffee with a Cop Day."

Lexington Police: Two people shot outside of El Patron

Lexington police say two people were shot early this morning outside El Patron Restaurant and Bar.

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New program encourages hiring people with criminal records, Lexington restaurant already on it

A new program is encouraging businesses to hire people with a criminal record, but for one Lexington restaurant, that’s nothing new.

McConnell: Congress working on funding to get children back in class

Senator Mitch McConnell says he knows it will be expensive to get children back in the classroom this fall amidst the pandemic.