Police investigate an overnight break-in at Metro PCS
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Police investigate an overnight break-in at Metro PCS

Police say that surveillance video shows a man taking a piece of concrete and throwing it through the front window.
Town Branch Park: ‘world class, unparalleled’
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Town Branch Park: ‘world class, unparalleled’

“Through great design and thoughtful programming, this park will be unparalleled,” said Bakhaus, who described the Advisory Board as a group of committed volunteers working hard to bring Town Branch Park together.
The Village Idiot to host Man o’ War mural unveiling party
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The Village Idiot to host Man o’ War mural unveiling party

Commissioned by LexArts and sponsored by Mt. Brilliant Farm, the 30’ x 30’ mural was painted by Mexico City native and longtime Lexington resident Agustin Zarate. It is part of the Kentucky Horse Park’s Man o’ War Celebration, presented by Windstream, which includes a series of events highlighting the life of the great racehorse.
First gay pride interfaith prayer service held in lexington
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First gay pride interfaith prayer service held in lexington

As gay pride weekend in Lexington came to a close, some in the LGBTQ community hosted what they’re calling the first ever gay pride interfaith prayer service. It’s the first of it’s kind, all different faiths, sexualities, and races coming together to celebrate who they are and that God doesn’t discriminate. One event organizer says […]
Cars vandalized in Lexington
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Cars vandalized in Lexington

Several people in Lexington woke up to quite the mess Sunday morning. Police say almost 20 people’s cars were vandalized with spray painted obscenities. 18 cars within a two block radius at Lochdale Terrace were spray painted, most with vulgar images and words. The owner of one of the most damaged cars didn’t want to […]
Break-ins turned car crash
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Break-ins turned car crash

Police responded to a series of break-ins turned car crash Sunday morning in West Lexington. Police say three businesses were broken into on Lane Allen Road. One of the items the suspects made away with was a catering van from a deli. But they’re drive didn’t last long, officers say they crashed the van into […]
Overnight shootings in lexington
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Overnight shootings in lexington

Lexington police opened up two more shooting investigations on Shadow Glenn Court and on Glen Arvin Avenue. Police say around 11 o’ clock Saturday night they found a man with a gunshot wound to the chest in his home on Glen Arvin near Coffee Tree Lane. While police were there another gunshot victim arrived at […]
Lexington’s Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market to close
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Lexington’s Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market to close

The store, which opened in September 2016, was Fresh Thyme’s first in the Lexington area and third location in the state.
Power outage affects 2,000 customers in Pimlico Parkway area
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Power outage affects 2,000 customers in Pimlico Parkway area

Kentucky Untilities says the outage is from a tree limb on power line.
Lexington Pride Festival – Celebrating 10-Years
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Lexington Pride Festival – Celebrating 10-Years

The family-friendly event is scheduled for June 24th, 2017 in the downtown courthouse plaza in Lexington, KY. This is the ninth year we’ll be in this high-profile and vibrant venue for the event.
Chick-Fil-A – Catering / Mobile App
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Chick-Fil-A – Catering / Mobile App

You can use the Chick-Fil-A mobile App to order your food in advance so that it is ready as soon as you arrive at the restaurant.
Parks & Recreation offers free Red Cross certification
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Parks & Recreation offers free Red Cross certification

The four–day lifeguard course is for ages 15 and over.
Lexington Subway Restaurants partner with local 4-H  to launch “4-H Sundays at Subway”
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Lexington Subway Restaurants partner with local 4-H to launch “4-H Sundays at Subway”

Every Sunday through August 27, participating Subway restaurants will be making a donation to local 4-H Healthy Living Programs to help local youth understand the importance of eating well and being active.
Kentucky Horse Park signs United States Equestrian Federation to  ground lease at the National Horse Center
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Kentucky Horse Park signs United States Equestrian Federation to ground lease at the National Horse Center

The lease allows US Equestrian to construct a two-story, approximately 35,000 square-foot office building and include surrounding parking, landscaping and signage.
Joint Catholic-Lutheran events scheduled to mark 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation
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Joint Catholic-Lutheran events scheduled to mark 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington and the area’s Lutheran community will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in October with a month-long slate of joint events.
Officials: Lexington making progress on homelessness
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Officials: Lexington making progress on homelessness

City officials say Lexington’s work to end homelessness continues to make steady progress.
Downtown Lexington crosswalk painted rainbow
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Downtown Lexington crosswalk painted rainbow

Just days before Lexington's tenth annual Pride Festival, a permanent surprise has been added to an intersection near the festival's location.
Accused serial shoplifter arrested in Lexington
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Accused serial shoplifter arrested in Lexington

A woman accused of being a serial shoplifter was arrested at a grocery store in Lexington, according to Lexington Police.
Lexington History Museum: Kentucky’s 225th Anniversary of Statehood
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Lexington History Museum: Kentucky’s 225th Anniversary of Statehood

The Lexington History Museum, Inc., preserves and tells Lexington history and Foster Ockerman Junior, the Chief Historian of the Lexington History Museum tells the story of the Commonwealth's journey to statehood.
Former teacher’s aide charged with raping student
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Former teacher’s aide charged with raping student

A former teacher's aide in the Fayette County Public Schools system has been charged with raping a student.
Portion of Rose Street in Lexington to be closed this week
1 week ago
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Portion of Rose Street in Lexington to be closed this week

A portion of Rose Street in Lexington is scheduled to be closed Tuesday through Thursday for utility work.
Straight talk with Ray the D.A. – Body Cameras
1 week ago
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Straight talk with Ray the D.A. – Body Cameras

Commander Eric Lowe from the Lexington Police Department to discuss the use of police body cameras. 
Officials: Fayette County school employee resigns after being charged with rape
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Officials: Fayette County school employee resigns after being charged with rape

The Lexington Police have charged a former Fayette County School employee with rape, according to police.
Lane closures in Lexington over Father’s Day weekend
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Lane closures in Lexington over Father’s Day weekend

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Here is a traffic alert for you, which is especially important if you’re travelling for Father’s Day or will just be out and about. The right lane on the inner loop of New Circle Road, between Woodhill Drive and Nicholasville Road in Lexington, is scheduled to be closed this weekend, according to […]
Lexington PD looking for suspects in Weekly Juicery burglary
1 week ago
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Lexington PD looking for suspects in Weekly Juicery burglary

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-Lexington police are looking for burglary suspects after an employee called them Saturday morning about a break in at the Weekly Juicery on Old Vine Street. Police say around five AM a delivery driver called them after noticing the Juicery’s front door looked as if it had been smashed. Officers say someone went […]
Teen crashes car in Lexington sending several people to the hospital
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Teen crashes car in Lexington sending several people to the hospital

LEXINGTON, KY. (WTVQ)-Lexington police say a 15-year old driver caused a crash that sent several people to the hospital Friday night. Police say it happened around 7:45 PM on Leestown Road at Alexandria Drive. Investigators say the teen, who did not have a driver’s license, pulled into the path of an SUV as it tried […]
More shots fired in Lexington
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More shots fired in Lexington

LEXINGTON, KY. (WTVQ)-Lexington police say early Saturday morning someone fired a gun at a home on Radcliffe Road. Officers say three people were inside at the time, but luckily, no one was hurt. Some bullets did cause damage, shattering a window. This shooting makes about half a dozen reported gunfire incidents in Lexington just this […]
Lane closure this weekend on New Circle Road
1 week ago
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Lane closure this weekend on New Circle Road

Traffic Advisory: A stretch of the Inner Loop of New Circle Road in Lexington is scheduled to be closed this weekend.
Shots fired near I-75 on-ramp in Lexington
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Shots fired near I-75 on-ramp in Lexington

There was another shooting incident in Lexington in broad daylight Friday afternoon, one of nearly a half-dozen reported this week, according to Lexington Police.
Historic WWII bomber to visit Aviation Museum
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Historic WWII bomber to visit Aviation Museum

The only touring B-29 bomber in the world, known as FIFI, is scheduled to visit the Aviation Museum of Kentucky during July 5-9.
UPDATE:  Trial of accused child killer moved to Lexington
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UPDATE: Trial of accused child killer moved to Lexington

The judge in a high-profile murder case in Woodford County granted a defense motion on Friday to move the trial to neighboring Fayette County.
Police: Counterfeit Currency Suspect Arrested in Lexington
2 weeks ago
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Police: Counterfeit Currency Suspect Arrested in Lexington

A Versailles man is behind bars after police say he was passing counterfeit currency in Lexington.
Nicholasville couple and son convicted of conspiracy to defraud business
2 weeks ago
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Nicholasville couple and son convicted of conspiracy to defraud business

A Nicholasville couple and their son were convicted of conspiracy to defraud a Nicholasville business, according to federal prosecutors.
11-year-old girl shot while celebrating birthday
2 weeks ago
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11-year-old girl shot while celebrating birthday

UPDATE: An 11-year-old girl is fighting for her life tonight after being shot while celebrating her birthday.
UPDATE:  Cause of Lexington townhouse fire released
2 weeks ago
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UPDATE: Cause of Lexington townhouse fire released

The cause of a townhouse fire in Lexington has been ruled accidental.
Family welcomed home after Habitat for Humanity dedication
2 weeks ago
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Family welcomed home after Habitat for Humanity dedication

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Sunday was a beautiful day for a new Habitat for Humanity home dedication. Habitat volunteers gathered today on Ohio Street in Lexington to celebrate the construction of the home of Cynethia “Neeka” Jackson. Jackson and two of her children will enjoy the new home after putting in 250 hours of work building […]
Police look for suspect involved in shooting that injured teen
2 weeks ago
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Police look for suspect involved in shooting that injured teen

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Police say they’re looking for suspect s after a teenager was shot Sunday evening. Officers say they heard about six gun shots while at their roll call building near Centre Parkway. They found an 18-year-old boy with a gunshot wound to his left ankle. Police say the teen hasn’t given them a […]
Police search for suspect in Shell Gas Station robbery
2 weeks ago
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Police search for suspect in Shell Gas Station robbery

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ)- Police are looking for a man they say robbed a Shell Gas Station Saturday night. Officers say a man implied he had a weapon and demanded cash then twisted the clerk’s arm until the money was handed over. Police say they brought out a forensics team to look for fingerprints, plus they have […]
Three men arrested after armed robbery at Lexington apartment complex
2 weeks ago
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Three men arrested after armed robbery at Lexington apartment complex

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Three men have been arrested in Lexington in an armed robbery case at an apartment complex. Carlos Lamar, Kwanty Christian, and Jerrel Christian are behind bars for robbing someone outside the Lex Apartments last month. We told you then, police say the men stole credit cards then proceeded to use those cards […]
Fire damages home in Lexington
2 weeks ago
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Fire damages home in Lexington

Fire damaged a home Friday night on Pasadena Drive in Lexington.
Solid Blue fans celebrate Cats first Super Regional
2 weeks ago
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Solid Blue fans celebrate Cats first Super Regional

While the end result of today's game was not the one Solid Blue fans were hoping for people still packed into sports bars to watch the cats in their first ever super regional.
Deadly accident in front of fire house in Lexington
3 weeks ago
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Deadly accident in front of fire house in Lexington

There was a deadly accident in front of a fire house in Lexington late Tuesday night, according to authorities.
Lexington PD use mounted unit to try and stop neighborhood violence
3 weeks ago
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Lexington PD use mounted unit to try and stop neighborhood violence

In an effort to help fight crime in Lexington the police department has expanded one of its more unique units.
Two suspects sought in Lexington’s latest shooting
3 weeks ago
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Two suspects sought in Lexington’s latest shooting

Lexington Police say they're looking for two suspects in a Monday afternoon shooting.
Woman arrested for stealing flower pots
3 weeks ago
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Woman arrested for stealing flower pots

Police in Lexington say they've solved a theft case of their own.
Protesters rally for truth in Lexington
3 weeks ago
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Protesters rally for truth in Lexington

A group of local organizers planned a sister rally here in Lexington for the National March for Truth.
Friends remember Winchester woman who drown in Lexington reservoir
4 weeks ago
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Friends remember Winchester woman who drown in Lexington reservoir

Loved ones are in mourning today, after a young Winchester woman drowned in one of Lexington's reservoirs yesterday.
Protesters march through downtown Lexington against EPA head Scott Pruitt
4 weeks ago
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Protesters march through downtown Lexington against EPA head Scott Pruitt

About a hundred people protested in Triangle Park because EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt was scheduled to speak to the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers at the Lexington Center.
Kentucky Horse Park Run/Walk Club returns in 2017
4 weeks ago
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Kentucky Horse Park Run/Walk Club returns in 2017

The popular Kentucky Horse Park Run/Walk Club returns to the park on Monday nights this summer.
Lexington Garden Club hosts its 2017 Garden Tour
4 weeks ago
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Lexington Garden Club hosts its 2017 Garden Tour

The Lexington Garden Club hosts its 2017 Garden Tour, June 3rd & 4th.
Churchill Downs moves online wagering operations to Kentucky
4 weeks ago
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Churchill Downs moves online wagering operations to Kentucky

The parent company of Churchill Downs racetrack, home of the Kentucky Derby, has moved its online wagering operations from Silicon Valley to Kentucky.
Search is on for prison escapee in Lexington
4 weeks ago
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Search is on for prison escapee in Lexington

State corrections officials say an inmate walked away from the minimum security prison in Lexington Tuesday afternoon.
Beautiful Tuesday leads to potential morning rain Wednesday
4 weeks ago
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Beautiful Tuesday leads to potential morning rain Wednesday

Meteorologist Eric Burke has your forecast for today and the remainder of the week.
LPD:  Teen accused of driving around Lexington firing gun
4 weeks ago
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LPD: Teen accused of driving around Lexington firing gun

Lexington Police say a teenager drove around the city on Memorial Day firing gunshots.
Fight leads two men to crash truck they’re accused of stealing
1 month ago
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Fight leads two men to crash truck they’re accused of stealing

Two men are under arrest after a fight led them to crash the truck they are accused of stealing.
Georgetown seeing influx of panhandlers, following Lexington ordinance closely
1 month ago
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Georgetown seeing influx of panhandlers, following Lexington ordinance closely

Some neighboring towns are paying attention to Lexington's new panhandling ordinance because they think panhandlers might leave Lexington, and go to those other towns. Georgetown's mayor says his city could could soon pass an ordinance just like Lexington's.
Lexington strengthens vicious-dog ordinance
1 month ago
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Lexington strengthens vicious-dog ordinance

Lexington's Urban County Council voted Thursday night to strengthen the city's vicious-dog ordinance, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Graduations bring extra traffic to downtown Thursday
1 month ago
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TRAFFIC ALERT: Graduations bring extra traffic to downtown Thursday

Expect extra traffic downtown Thursday evening as high school graduations take place at Rupp Arena.
Tree falls on Lexington house
1 month ago
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Tree falls on Lexington house

A frightening few moments for two Lexington residents after a tree fell into the back of a home.
Lexington residents have “Coffee with Cops”
1 month ago
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Lexington residents have “Coffee with Cops”

Local residents received a chance to grab a cup of coffee with members of the Lexington Police Department on Thursday morning.
Vote expected Thursday on pedestrian & traffic safety ordinance
1 month ago
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Vote expected Thursday on pedestrian & traffic safety ordinance

A final vote is scheduled Thursday evening on a new ordinance aimed at addressing Lexington's panhandling problem.
Catholic Action Center celebrates official grand opening
1 month ago
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Catholic Action Center celebrates official grand opening

A variety of community leaders came together today in Lexington to celebrate the official ribbon cutting of the new Catholic Action Center location off Industry Road.
One person shot outside apartment complex in Lexington
1 month ago
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One person shot outside apartment complex in Lexington

Lexington Police responded to a shooting off of Winburn Drive just after 5 p.m. on Monday.
One dead, one wounded in shooting in Lexington
1 month ago
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One dead, one wounded in shooting in Lexington

Lexington Police are investigating a double shooting that left a 19-year old man dead and another man wounded.
Kentucky Book Fair moving to Lexington after 35 years
1 month ago
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Kentucky Book Fair moving to Lexington after 35 years

The Kentucky Book Fair, which draws thousands each November, is moving to Lexington because of the pending demolition of the Frankfort Convention Center.
Many gather and celebrate ribbon cutting for new Shriners Medical Center
1 month ago
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Many gather and celebrate ribbon cutting for new Shriners Medical Center

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Kentucky leaders, doctors, and guests from all over the region came together Sunday to celebrate the opening of the new Shiners Medical Center. Our very own Tom Kenny and his wife Nancy Cox were the masters of ceremonies. Patients at the medical center helped the adults dedicate the new building and cut […]
Lexington church celebrates 250th anniversary
1 month ago
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Lexington church celebrates 250th anniversary

LEXINGTON, KY. (WTVQ)- It was a special day for a Lexington church Sunday. The South Elkhorn Christian Church celebrated the 250th anniversary of the founding of the congregation Sunday. As part of the ceremony, a Bluegrass Trust plaque was unveiled after regular Sunday services. The congregation is one of the oldest continuously operation institutions of […]
Picnic aims to improve relationship between police and community
1 month ago
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Picnic aims to improve relationship between police and community

Despite the rain, great weather for a picnic Saturday. About 1,500 people enjoyed one at Douglas Park in Lexington.
Family calls for peace in wake of man’s murder
1 month ago
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Family calls for peace in wake of man’s murder

Family and friends of a Lexington man shot and killed last year hosted a celebration in his honor tonight in Lexington's Winburn neighborhood.
Southland Aquatic Center in Lexington to open early
1 month ago
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Southland Aquatic Center in Lexington to open early

The Southland Aquatic Center in Lexington is going to open early this spring.
Mayor to announce nominee for vacant Urban County Council seat
1 month ago
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Mayor to announce nominee for vacant Urban County Council seat

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is scheduled to announce Friday morning his nominee to fill the vacant 2nd District seat on the Urban County Council.
Students surprise beloved crossing guard with end of school year gift
1 month ago
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Students surprise beloved crossing guard with end of school year gift

With the school year wrapping up for many students this week, a group of Lexington elementary students wanted to show their appreciation to one of their favorite school employees.
LEXserv billing comes home; saves $400,000 a year
1 month ago
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LEXserv billing comes home; saves $400,000 a year

LEXserv bills will now be processed in Lexington, a move that will save the city about $400,000 a year, while also creating six new jobs.
Health Dept. to hold rabies vaccination clinic Thursday evening
1 month ago
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Health Dept. to hold rabies vaccination clinic Thursday evening

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department’s annual Rabies Vaccination Clinic will be held from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Thursday, May 18, at Valley Park, 2077 Cambridge Drive. Vaccinations will cost just $3.
UPDATE: Pedestrian hit and killed on Georgetown Road identified
1 month ago
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UPDATE: Pedestrian hit and killed on Georgetown Road identified

Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn has released the identity of a man who was killed after being hit by an SUV on Gerogetown Road and Berea Road in Lexington early Wednesday morning.
Kroger to host nationwide hiring event on Saturday
1 month ago
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Kroger to host nationwide hiring event on Saturday

Kroger stores across the nation, and Kentucky, will hold open interviews on Saturday, May 20.
Valvoline celebration raises estimated $40K for Lexington Habitat for Humanity
1 month ago
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Valvoline celebration raises estimated $40K for Lexington Habitat for Humanity

Preliminary figures show that Valvoline Inc. raised an estimated $40,000 for Lexington Habitat for Humanity from the Valvoline™ Community Celebration on May 13.
UPDATE: Additional details on cremains found in storage unit
1 month ago
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UPDATE: Additional details on cremains found in storage unit

Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn has released additional information on cremains that were found in a storage unit, in the hopes that someone from the public can help find relatives of Frank Solis.
Cable TV call center closed in Lexington; 56 people laid off
1 month ago
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Cable TV call center closed in Lexington; 56 people laid off

Fifty-six people were laid off when Charter Communications closed its Spectrum Call Center in Lexington.
Training helps Lexington first responders stay safe during opioid epidemic
1 month ago
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Training helps Lexington first responders stay safe during opioid epidemic

Training helps Lexington first responders stay safe during opioid epidemic
Meeting asks for public input on bike, pedestrian needs in Lexington
1 month ago
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Meeting asks for public input on bike, pedestrian needs in Lexington

An open house will be held Tuesday evening at West Sixth Brewing which will give residents an opportunity to share their opinions about bike and pedestrian facilities and needs throughout the Lexington area.
Lexington Parks & Recreation seeking public’s input on golf courses
1 month ago
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Lexington Parks & Recreation seeking public’s input on golf courses

Fore! The City needs to hear what you think about Lexington’s five golf courses.
Suspect sought in Oxford Circle stabbing
1 month ago
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Suspect sought in Oxford Circle stabbing

A woman was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed early Tuesday morning in Lexington.
Catholic Action Center in desperate need of vehicle
1 month ago
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Catholic Action Center in desperate need of vehicle

The Catholic Action Center in Lexington is in desperate need of a vehicle for volunteers to use in service and for the Compassionate Caravan, according to a social media post from the center.
Moms enjoy a day at Mayfest
1 month ago
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Moms enjoy a day at Mayfest

Hundreds of people soaked up some sun in front of Transylvania University at this year's annual Mayfest Arts Fair.
Woman held at gun point; purse stolen
1 month ago
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Woman held at gun point; purse stolen

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington police are investigating another purse snatching; they say is unrelated to the one in Hamburg. Officers say around 10:15 Saturday night, near Belle’s Cocktail Lounge, a man stopped a woman walking north on Market Street, pointed a gun at her head, and demanded she hand over her purse. Police say the […]
Man wanted in connection to shooting
1 month ago
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Man wanted in connection to shooting

Officers say they're looking for this man, Sergio Del Angle.
One arrested in connection to armed robbery
1 month ago
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One arrested in connection to armed robbery

Scary moments this morning at an apartment on Mccullough Drive.
New parents celebrate birth of quintuplets
2 months ago
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New parents celebrate birth of quintuplets

It is the ultimate mother's day gift for Briana Driskell of Versailles.
Mulch giveaway Saturday in Lexington
2 months ago
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Mulch giveaway Saturday in Lexington

If you live in Fayette County, you can get free mulch on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
Former Social Security judge pleads guilty to taking bribes
2 months ago
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Former Social Security judge pleads guilty to taking bribes

A former Social Security Administration judge has pleaded guilty to taking more than $600,000 in bribes in cases involving clients of a Kentucky lawyer who is facing prison time for a scheme to defraud the government.
New director of Homelessness Office named
2 months ago
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New director of Homelessness Office named

Mayor Jim Gray has named Polly Ruddick Director of the Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention.
Lexington looking to pass new ordinance to combat panhandling
2 months ago
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Lexington looking to pass new ordinance to combat panhandling

Lexington's Urban County Council is trying to pass a new ordinance that looks to decrease panhandling in the city.
LFD:  Lightning strike blamed for house fire
2 months ago
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LFD: Lightning strike blamed for house fire

A house fire in Lexington Thursday afternoon was caused by a lightning strike, according to the Lexington Fire Department.
State officials discuss Zika threat, response measures at summit
2 months ago
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State officials discuss Zika threat, response measures at summit

Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles, representatives from the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), renowned experts and response partners gathered in Lexington on Thursday for the 2017 Kentucky Zika Summit.
Gov. Bevin, Mayor Gray attend dedication of new Valvoline world headquarters
2 months ago
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Gov. Bevin, Mayor Gray attend dedication of new Valvoline world headquarters

Valvoline will host a dedication of its new $35 million, 162,400-square-foot world headquarters in Lexington May 11.
Man and dog safe after Lexington house fire
2 months ago
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Man and dog safe after Lexington house fire

A man and his dog are safe Monday night, following a house fire on St. Christopher Dr.
Court of Appeals Judge sworn in
2 months ago
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Court of Appeals Judge sworn in

There was a swearing in ceremony Monday in Lexington.
Police investigate possible shooting in Lexington
2 months ago
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Police investigate possible shooting in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington Police are investigating a possible shooting. Officers say they responded to a call of shots fired at 5th and Hawkins Saturday afternoon, but found neither shell casings nor a victim there. Later, someone showed up at Samaritan Hospital with a gunshot wound. Police say that man tells them he didn’t get shot […]
UPDATE:  Missing Lexington teen found safe
2 months ago
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UPDATE: Missing Lexington teen found safe

A missing Lexington teenager was found safe Thursday night, according to Lexington Police.
Lexington PD searching for missing teen
2 months ago
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Lexington PD searching for missing teen

The Lexington Police Department is asking for help from the community in locating a missing 15-year-old.
New ordinance aims to address uptick in panhandling
2 months ago
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New ordinance aims to address uptick in panhandling

An ordinance being considered by Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government committees on Tuesday claims to offer a three-part remedy to increased panhandling along Lexington roads and on medians.
Instacart grocery delivery service set to launch in Lexington
2 months ago
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Instacart grocery delivery service set to launch in Lexington

A retail delivery service that employs "shoppers" to hand pick and deliver items to customers in as little as an hour, is set to expand into Lexington on Thursday, reaching some 285,000 households.
“Star Ifeacho will last forever”: Dunbar community honors student who collapsed and died
2 months ago
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“Star Ifeacho will last forever”: Dunbar community honors student who collapsed and died

This week a Lexington community continues mourning a life cut short.
Local breeder has strong connection to not one, but two derby hopefuls
2 months ago
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Local breeder has strong connection to not one, but two derby hopefuls

We are now just days away from the year's biggest day for horse racing.
Protesters gather outside Lexington Planned Parenthood
2 months ago
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Protesters gather outside Lexington Planned Parenthood

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Protesters gathered outside of Planned Parenthood in Lexington Saturday, joining others across the country as part of the second annual National Day of Prayer and Protest against Planned Parenthood. The rally was put together by a group called Hashtag Protest P.P., and they are urging the current administration to federally defund Planned Parenthood […]
Transy community now wondering if BuzzFeed post warned of today’s attack
2 months ago
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Transy community now wondering if BuzzFeed post warned of today’s attack

The president of Transylvania University is trying to unite students in the wake of this brutal attack but at the same time an online post many believe was written by the attacker is circulating on social media.
Suspect in Transylvania University machete attack a former student
2 months ago
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Suspect in Transylvania University machete attack a former student

Alumni weekend activities at Transylvania University are expected to go on as scheduled this weekend after a former student reportedly stabbed two women with a machete on campus Friday morning.
LPD investigating after stabbed woman flags down passing officer
2 months ago
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LPD investigating after stabbed woman flags down passing officer

Officers are investigating a stabbing in downtown Lexington, after a wounded woman flagged down a passing officer along Jefferson and 2nd Streets.
59 horses to start Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event
2 months ago
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59 horses to start Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event

The starting field is set for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Stamp Out Hunger bags to be sent to Lexington homes
2 months ago
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Stamp Out Hunger bags to be sent to Lexington homes

Postal workers and city officials want to make sure Lexington residents are ready for the 25th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
UPDATE: KSP release photo of cocaine, meth flown into Blue Grass Airport
2 months ago
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UPDATE: KSP release photo of cocaine, meth flown into Blue Grass Airport

State Police released photos of drugs they say were flown into Lexington last week on a private plane from California.
UPDATE:  Golden Alert canceled, missing man found safe
2 months ago
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UPDATE: Golden Alert canceled, missing man found safe

A Golden Alert for a missing Lexington man with Alzheimer's was canceled Tuesday night after he was found safe, according to Lexington Police.
New LexServ office opens on Main Street
2 months ago
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New LexServ office opens on Main Street

On Monday, Mayor Jim Gray attended the opening of a new LexServ payment office on Main Street.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Valley View Ferry closed
2 months ago
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TRAFFIC ALERT: Valley View Ferry closed

Traffic management is alerting motorists that the Valley View Ferry is closed.
Cars shot at on Reynolds Road in Lexington
2 months ago
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Cars shot at on Reynolds Road in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)-Lexington police are investigating an overnight shooting at an apartment complex. Police say around 2 Sunday morning they found four cars with damage from bullets at the Fayette Crossing Apartments on Reynolds Road. Officers say they found shell casings near the cars. According to officers, no one was in the cars at the […]
Hundreds participate in March for Science in Lexington
2 months ago
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Hundreds participate in March for Science in Lexington

Hundreds of people braved the soggy weather today to march through the streets of downtown Lexington all to show their support for the sciences.
Coroner searching for family of a Lexington woman who died
2 months ago
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Coroner searching for family of a Lexington woman who died

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Authorities in Lexington are asking for your help. The coroner’s office says it is looking for the family of a woman who died Friday in Lexington. That woman is 59-year-old Marla Tholib. According to the coroner’s office she died of natural causes at her home on Cross Keys Road.
Outdoor warning sirens to be tested next week in Lexington
2 months ago
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Outdoor warning sirens to be tested next week in Lexington

Lexington Emergency Management will be testing its network of outdoor warning sirens next week between 10am and 2pm.
Memorial to Lexington murder victim to be taken down
2 months ago
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Memorial to Lexington murder victim to be taken down

Friends of Lexington's first murder victim of the year want to keep his memory alive, but feel they are being forced to take down his memorial.
Law enforcement commanders meet in Kentucky
2 months ago
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Law enforcement commanders meet in Kentucky

Law enforcement commanders from around the country are meeting in Kentucky to discuss how to address current issues facing officers.
Officials weigh in on increased panhandling in Lexington
2 months ago
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Officials weigh in on increased panhandling in Lexington

City officials are trying to figure out how to deal with a sudden increase in the number of panhandlers, and a rising number of complaints about them.
Two men found shot on Larkin Road in Lexington
2 months ago
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Two men found shot on Larkin Road in Lexington

Two men were found shot late Thursday night on Larkin Road in Lexington, according to police.
LPD: Man robs Rite Aid with crowbar
2 months ago
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LPD: Man robs Rite Aid with crowbar

Police are investigating after they say a man used a crowbar to hold up a Rite Aid.
UK Sullivan Award goes to former director of homelessness program
2 months ago
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UK Sullivan Award goes to former director of homelessness program

Charlie Lanter, who until recently served as Director of the City’s Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention, Wednesday was named a 2017 winner of the University of Kentucky Sullivan Medallion.
LPD: Man with knife robs Check Exchange
2 months ago
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LPD: Man with knife robs Check Exchange

Police are investigating after they say a man robbed the Check Exchange off Broadway Thursday afternoon.
Pothole work scheduled for Winchester, Russel Cave Roads on Thursday
2 months ago
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Pothole work scheduled for Winchester, Russel Cave Roads on Thursday

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is alerting drivers to pothole repair work scheduled for Thursday in Fayette County.
Five NCAA events coming to Lexington
2 months ago
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Five NCAA events coming to Lexington

UK will host to five NCAA events – one national championship and four preliminary round competitions – from 2020-22 in the sports of rifle, outdoor track and field, men’s basketball, cross country and gymnastics, the NCAA announced Tuesday.
2017 Picnic with the Pops lineup announced
2 months ago
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2017 Picnic with the Pops lineup announced

2017 will mark the 39th year for the annual "Picnic with the Pops" event, and the theme is going to take you back to the 1980's.
Activists prepare to march for science
2 months ago
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Activists prepare to march for science

Some activists in Lexington are hoping for sun, not showers on Saturday. They plan to join people across the country then in a march for science. The marchers say their goal is two-fold.
ALDI to hold job fair Tuesday in Lexington
2 months ago
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ALDI to hold job fair Tuesday in Lexington

Grocery chain ALDI is holding a hiring event in Lexington on Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at 126 Rojay Drive.
UPDATE: Pedestrian hit on Nicholasville Road dies
2 months ago
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UPDATE: Pedestrian hit on Nicholasville Road dies

The Fayette County Coroner says a man who was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after being hit by a car Sunday night has died.
Ninja style egg hunt
2 months ago
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Ninja style egg hunt

An egg hunt took place at the Urban Ninja Project on Sunday.
Lexington traffic alert
2 months ago
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Lexington traffic alert

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Fourth Street between Henry Street and Newtown Pike will be completely closed between 9 AM Monday and 3 PM Friday the 21st. The city’s traffic division says this is the last of a series of planned closures needed to redo railway road crossings.
Police looking for man involved in a shooting and robbery
2 months ago
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Police looking for man involved in a shooting and robbery

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington police are looking for a man involved in a shooting and robbery early Sunday morning. Police say a man with a gun demanded money from a man and a woman sitting in a car on Cambridge Drive just before 3 AM. According to officers, the suspect fired one shot, took cash […]
Choir debuts new “Keeneland Keeneland” song
2 months ago
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Choir debuts new “Keeneland Keeneland” song

What a lovely day to bet on some horses at Keeneland!
Mississippi man in jail for robbing two Lexington stores
2 months ago
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Mississippi man in jail for robbing two Lexington stores

A Mississippi man accused of robbing two Lexington businesses is now in jail in Kentucky.
Protesters call for President Trump to release his tax returns
2 months ago
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Protesters call for President Trump to release his tax returns

The Kentucky National Organization for Women organized a "Tax March" in Lexington.
UPDATE:  Name of Lexington Police officer involved in shooting released
2 months ago
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UPDATE: Name of Lexington Police officer involved in shooting released

The name of the Lexington Police officer involved in a shooting earlier this week was released Friday.
Groundbreaking for Sayre Lower School
2 months ago
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Groundbreaking for Sayre Lower School

Groundbreaking was held Thursday in Lexington for the new Sayre Lower School.
Lexington to collect household hazardous waste
2 months ago
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Lexington to collect household hazardous waste

Lexington to collect household hazardous waste April 22.
United Airlines video has some rethinking flying the airline out of Blue Grass Airport
3 months ago
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United Airlines video has some rethinking flying the airline out of Blue Grass Airport

It wasn't too busy of a day at Blue Grass Airport, with only a dozen or so people waiting in the lobby for flights or to pick someone up, but every person seemed to know about the United Airlines video and had an opinion.
Traffic Impact:  Fourth Street to be closed at railroad crossing next week
3 months ago
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Traffic Impact: Fourth Street to be closed at railroad crossing next week

There will be a complete road closure of the railroad crossing on Fourth Street between Henry Street and Newtown Pike in Lexington next week.
City confirms more panhandlers in Lexington since Kentucky Supreme Court struck down ordinance
3 months ago
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City confirms more panhandlers in Lexington since Kentucky Supreme Court struck down ordinance

Maybe you have noticed more panhandlers out in Lexington. You are not imagining it. The city confirms it, explaining a recent court decision has something to do with the increase.
Lexington Mayor’s budget includes major investments in public safety
3 months ago
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Lexington Mayor’s budget includes major investments in public safety

Lexington’s Mayor Jim Gray has proposed his budget for next year.
Crash in Lexington sends four people to the hospital
3 months ago
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Crash in Lexington sends four people to the hospital

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Four people were taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon after a crash involving three cars in Lexington. Police say a van hit a pick up truck, pushing the truck into another car outside Jacobson Park. The truck rolled over. Responders were able to get a four-year-old out of that truck. No one […]
Police investigating Trust Lounge shooting
3 months ago
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Police investigating Trust Lounge shooting

Lexington Police are investigating another shooting Sunday.
Family of shooting victim speak out
3 months ago
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Family of shooting victim speak out

Family of shooting victim speak out
Keeneland celebrates opening weekend
3 months ago
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Keeneland celebrates opening weekend

Opening day at Keeneland is officially a wrap and boy was it a fun one.
Bankrupt hhgregg to close all its stores; liquidation begins Saturday
3 months ago
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Bankrupt hhgregg to close all its stores; liquidation begins Saturday

Bankrupt hhgregg announced Friday it's closing all of its stores, including its lone Lexington location in Hamburg, after failing to find a buyer by its self-imposed deadline.
Lexington Sergeant files whistle-blower lawsuit
3 months ago
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Lexington Sergeant files whistle-blower lawsuit

A decorated Lexington police sergeant is suing the city, Lexington police chief and two other Lexington police commanders after he says they retaliated against him for reporting sexual harassment within the department.
Tempur-Pedic donates mattresses to St. Jude
3 months ago
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Tempur-Pedic donates mattresses to St. Jude

Tempur Sealy International donated more than 500 Tempur-Pedic mattresses and foundations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis.
LFD:  Investigating to see if house fire caused by lightning strike
3 months ago
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LFD: Investigating to see if house fire caused by lightning strike

The Lexington Fire Department is looking into whether a house fire was caused by a lightning strike Wednesday night.
One injured after Lexington shooting
3 months ago
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One injured after Lexington shooting

Police in Lexington are investigating a shooting that happened in the middle of the day Wednesday at Coolavin Park.
2 mumps cases confirmed in Lexington
3 months ago
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2 mumps cases confirmed in Lexington

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is reporting that mumps has recently been identified in two Fayette County residents.
Outdoor siren test scheduled for Wednesday in Lexington
3 months ago
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Outdoor siren test scheduled for Wednesday in Lexington

Emergency Management is alerting Lexington residents to emergency siren testing scheduled to take place on Wednesday.
Free trash disposal day scheduled for Apr. 15
3 months ago
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Free trash disposal day scheduled for Apr. 15

The City of Lexington is partnering with the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station to offer Fayette County residents a free trash disposal day for non-hazardous household waste.
Thousands “Run the Bluegrass” for a cause
3 months ago
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Thousands “Run the Bluegrass” for a cause

Saturday 5,000 runners from 46 states and four countries all came together at Keeneland for the 7th annual Run the Bluegrass.
Help a local Birthday boy battling cancer
3 months ago
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Help a local Birthday boy battling cancer

A Lexington teacher and his fourth grade class are asking for your help in making a positive impact in the lives of a local boy and his family.
Lexington Police investigating bank robbery
3 months ago
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Lexington Police investigating bank robbery

The Lexington Police say they are looking for a man that robbed a bank on Friday afternoon.
Lexington Chef Love Talley feeds the city’s homeless
3 months ago
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Lexington Chef Love Talley feeds the city’s homeless

For the third straight year, Lexington Chef Love Talley opened his heart and his wallet and fed Fayette County's homeless.
Siren testing to happen Wednesday in Fayette County
3 months ago
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Siren testing to happen Wednesday in Fayette County

The Division of emergency Management says that, with the possibility of severe weather on Thursday, and recent installation of new equipment, they will be conducting outdoor siren tests from 4:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Wednesday evening.
Entries for Lexington 4th of July vendors, festivities wanted
3 months ago
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Entries for Lexington 4th of July vendors, festivities wanted

Organizers of Lexington’s Fourth of July parade are seeking floats, bands and/or musical groups, equestrian entries, youth groups, clubs and more to participate in this year’s parade which will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 4, in downtown Lexington.
Lane closure on New Circle Road through Wednesday morning
3 months ago
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Lane closure on New Circle Road through Wednesday morning

The right lane on the outer loop of New Circle Road in Lexington is scheduled to reopen at 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
KSP looking for missing Crab Orchard man, last seen in Lexington
3 months ago
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KSP looking for missing Crab Orchard man, last seen in Lexington

Kentucky State Police in London are asking for help from the public in locating a missing Lexington man.
Mayor Gray reveals new drawings for Town Branch Commons
3 months ago
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Mayor Gray reveals new drawings for Town Branch Commons

On Tuesday, Mayor Jim Gray released new conceptual drawings of Town Branch Commons, a park that will wind through downtown Lexington.
House fire displaces family of nine
3 months ago
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House fire displaces family of nine

A Lexington family is displaced, after a fire caused extensive damage to their home.
Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Reducing Violent Crime
3 months ago
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Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Reducing Violent Crime

Ray the D.A. sits down with Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard about the measures the police force are taking to combat a spike in violent crime.
Woman sentenced in fatal accident
3 months ago
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Woman sentenced in fatal accident

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – A Kentucky woman has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in a 2014 fatal accident. Media outlets report 29-year-old Kayla Foster of Lexington was sentenced Friday in Fayette County Circuit Court for second-degree manslaughter, second-degree assault and leaving the scene of an accident. The accident near the Kentucky Horse Park […]
LPD: Lexington Police find stolen vehicle abandoned
3 months ago
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LPD: Lexington Police find stolen vehicle abandoned

Police say a car that was stolen from a Speedway on Paris Pike in Georgetown was found on Oakwood Drive in Lexington early Friday morning.
2 get out of Lexington house fire safely
3 months ago
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2 get out of Lexington house fire safely

2 people were able to exit their home safely after a fire broke out, according to Lexington police.
Lexington church hopes to start conversation
3 months ago
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Lexington church hopes to start conversation

Two banners now hang outside Saint Paul Catholic Church on West Short Street welcoming immigrants and refugees.
Lexington Special Olympics athlete earns bronze in World Winter Games
3 months ago
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Lexington Special Olympics athlete earns bronze in World Winter Games

Lexington Special Olympics skier Patrick Tutsch claimed a bronze medal in the Super G slalom event in Austria on Sunday.
UPDATE: About 11,000 participants join “On the Table”
3 months ago
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UPDATE: About 11,000 participants join “On the Table”

The Blue Grass Community Foundation says that about 11,000 Lexington residents participated in "On the Table," a series of community-wide conversations about what makes the city great and what can be done to make it even better.
Proposal would build baseball stadium near Rupp Arena
3 months ago
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Proposal would build baseball stadium near Rupp Arena

A new downtown baseball stadium for the Lexington Legends is among the proposals submitted for a nearly 20-acre parking lot across from Rupp Arena.
Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Shoot – Don’t Shoot (Part 3)  3-19-17
3 months ago
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Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Shoot – Don’t Shoot (Part 3) 3-19-17

ABC 36 Anchor Veronica Jean Seltzer joins Ray Larson and Commander Holland in part 3 of "Shoot - Don't Shoot"
Police look for suspects in early morning shooting
3 months ago
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Police look for suspects in early morning shooting

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington police are looking for suspects involved in an early morning shooting on Saturday. Police say shots were fired around 3 A.M. at the Pegasus Place Apartments on Larkin Road near Malabu Drive. Officers say they found shell casings in a back parking lot plus damage to cars. No one was hurt.
Protest in Lexington over House GOP healthcare replacement plan
3 months ago
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Protest in Lexington over House GOP healthcare replacement plan

A group protested the U.S. .House GOP healthcare replacement plan Friday in Lexington.
No J.C. Penney stores to close in Kentucky
3 months ago
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No J.C. Penney stores to close in Kentucky

J.C. Penney is closing 138 stores across the country, but none in Kentucky, according to a list released Friday by the company.
Another arrest made in robbery and assault case
3 months ago
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Another arrest made in robbery and assault case

A man is arrested in connection to a robbery and assault case.
Study: Lexington needs over 22K housing units by 2025
3 months ago
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Study: Lexington needs over 22K housing units by 2025

A study commissioned by the Fayette Urban County Government, the Lexington Downtown Development Authority, and a group of Lexington stakeholders says that the city will need over 22,000 housing units in the next ten years to meet demand.
UPDATE: After Polo Club outage restored, power lost along Alexandria Drive
3 months ago
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UPDATE: After Polo Club outage restored, power lost along Alexandria Drive

Following a power outage that left nearly 3,000 residents without electricity in the Polo Club area of Lexington Thursday morning, a second outage along Versailles Road and Alexandria Drive has been reported.
Lexington firefighters practice fighting house fire
3 months ago
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Lexington firefighters practice fighting house fire

Lexington firefighters practiced fighting a house fire during a controlled burn Wednesday.
“On the Table” event aims to open city-wide dialogue on Lexington’s future
3 months ago
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“On the Table” event aims to open city-wide dialogue on Lexington’s future

A local organization is inviting Lexington residents to come together on March 15th for a city-wide conversation on how to collaboratively build and maintain a strong, safe and dynamic community.
Labor Cabinet offering free safety courses
3 months ago
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Labor Cabinet offering free safety courses

The Kentucky Labor Cabinet is hosting free occupational safety training in Lexington.
UPDATE: Fire Department calls fire at Peddler’s Mall arson
3 months ago
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UPDATE: Fire Department calls fire at Peddler’s Mall arson

The Lexington Fire Department says an investigation into a fire Monday night at the Peddler's Mall in Lexington found that the fire was intentionally set.
“On the Table” event to give voice to Hope Center homeless, addicted
3 months ago
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“On the Table” event to give voice to Hope Center homeless, addicted

Homeless clients at Hope Center will participate in a unique event on Wednesday, May 15th, called "On the Table."
Lexington Fire Dept. calls house fire suspicious
4 months ago
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Lexington Fire Dept. calls house fire suspicious

Firefighters say a house fire in the 500 block of 7th Street caused significant damage to the back of the home.
Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Shoot – Don’t Shoot (Part 2)  3-12-17
4 months ago
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Straight Talk with Ray the D.A. – Shoot – Don’t Shoot (Part 2) 3-12-17

ABC 36 Anchor Veronica Jean Seltzer gets a first hand look at the split second decision making need when officer decide to use their weapon in part 2 of "Shoot - Don't Shoot"
Lexington celebrates St. Patrick’s Day
4 months ago
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Lexington celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- The luck of the Irish comes early this year. St. Patrick’s day is next Friday, but Lexington celebrated this weekend. Saturday started with a chilly shamrock shuffle and of course the parade capped off the celebration. Colleen Kelly, of Colleen’s Creations says, “Here in Lexington, we actually have a huge Irish community. So it’s […]
Emergency Weather Plan activated for Lexington’s homeless
4 months ago
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Emergency Weather Plan activated for Lexington’s homeless

Emergency Weather Plan activated in Lexington for the city's homeless with the return of cold weather.
Traffic advisory for this weekend in Lexington
4 months ago
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Traffic advisory for this weekend in Lexington

City officials say thousands of people are expected to pack downtown this weekend for multiple events.
Mayor declares Friday ‘Blue-White Day’ in Lexington
4 months ago
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Mayor declares Friday ‘Blue-White Day’ in Lexington

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray declared Friday, March 10, 'Blue-White Day' in Lexington.
S & S Tire – Wheel Balancing
4 months ago
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S & S Tire – Wheel Balancing

How do you know when you car needs its wheels balanced? The folks at S & S Tire tell us in this weeks "Under the Hood" segment.
Two suspects charged for robbing and injuring man
4 months ago
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Two suspects charged for robbing and injuring man

Two people are charged in connection with a robbery back in early February that left one man injured.
Dozens strike in Lexington on International Women’s Day
4 months ago
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Dozens strike in Lexington on International Women’s Day

Dozens of women and men gathered in front of the courthouse in downtown Lexington to rally for women's and equal rights.
Three people arrested in connection to string of overnight robberies
4 months ago
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Three people arrested in connection to string of overnight robberies

Three people have been charged in connection with multiple robberies in the Cardinal Valley area that happened in the overnight hours of Wednesday, March 1.
New luxury apartment community to open in Lexington
4 months ago
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New luxury apartment community to open in Lexington

This is a new address for extraordinary residences with stylish interiors, community privileges and an innovative life.
Governor appoints Lexington attorney to Circuit Court bench
4 months ago
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Governor appoints Lexington attorney to Circuit Court bench

A Lexington attorney is the newest Fayette Circuit Court judge following an appointment by the governor.
Police: Accident in Lexington sends three people to hospital
4 months ago
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Police: Accident in Lexington sends three people to hospital

An accident backed up traffic in Lexington during rush hour on Tuesday.