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Virginia deputies say a woman accused of abducting her four kids was seen in Lexington, and are asking for help finding them.
Lexington fire recruits focused their training Thursday on building collapses and rescues.
Jeremy Jackson has been indicted for a September murder in Lexington, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
An updated plan for extreme winter weather conditions is in place in Lexington to protect the city's homeless and others in need.
The Lexington Fraternal Order of Firefighters hosted its annual Chuck Williams' Auction and Chili Cook-off.
A power outage in the Chevy Chase area Wednesday temporarily affected homes and crippled some businesses.
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A Game of Thrones themed Airbnb is open for reservations in Lexington.
A man has been taken to the hospital Friday night with life-threatening injuries after he was found shot in an apartment complex parking lot.
A crash between a car and a motorcycle Wednesday night in Lexington sent two people to the hospital, one with serious injuries.
Lexington has been rated by the Human Rights Campaign since 2013 and has increased its score, moving up from 53 to 93.
One person had to be cut from their car following a wreck in Lexington Tuesday afternoon.
For the second night in a row, Lexington Police are on the scene of a shooting.
The Lexington Herald-Leader reports in court, 26-year-old Chase Helvey spoke to the families involved.
Authorities say during "Food for Fines," customers who bring in 10 cans of food will receive $15 off any LEXPARK ticket.
The coroner says 71-year-old Peter Sanders died in his home after dealing with severe health problems.
Barbara Grygutis was selected to create the monument which is set to begin in August 2020.
CASA, McBrayer law team up for annual CASA Angel Tree campaign to collect gifts for abused and neglected children.
Pre-treating the roads with salt brine, salt or a mixture of salt and chemical de-icing additives it the first step in preparing for a new event.
The Division of Water Quality says the entrance to Lexington's popular Distillery District will be closed beginning November 11th for construction.