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Weekend Fayette COVID cases down, three more deaths reported

Student numbers lower, people recovered surpass new cases.

Federal Medical Center reports eighth inmate death

Man had been sick off and on since May.

Lexington Housing Report: Inventory shortages continue even as home sales rise

Seventy-two percent of homes sold in less than a month

Speaker series offers insight to Lexington downtown

Monthly series starts Sept. 29.

Lexington artists asked to gather to help save the arts

A call out for all types of artists to gather on Saturday Downtown Lexington, to send a message to city leaders. 

One Bed Bath and Beyond to close, another to remain open

Closure part of company's belt-tightening.

Kentuckians help with hurricane relief along Gulf Coast

"Just because the storm has come and gone, that doesn't mean the danger has come and gone," Matt Daley said.

Man arrested after crashing into pole

Road closed for hours while pole replaced.

One person arrested following Friday morning shooting

Two people involved aren't cooperating.

CASA fetes ‘Extra Mile’ volunteers; their stories tell it all

Success, rewards come in special ways for volunteers.

Woman arrested for calling in bomb threat to Lexington business

Incident happened Wednesday night, woman worked at business.

Learning Pods: Helping students with schoolwork

As school districts struggle with the balance between in-person and online teaching, parents are looking for options and sometimes, help.

96 new COVID cases in Fayette, more than half again UK students

Number of recovered also continues to climb.

Leading national expert talks COVID at UK

Birx brings national expertise to a familiar message.

Hospitality industry likely to lose out from Breeders’ Cup fan restrictions

People in the hospitality industry, who would usually be making a lot of money right now from Keeneland's September Yearling Sale, are concerned they continue to lose their biggest opportunities for income, especially now that the Breeders' Cup has announced fans won't be allowed in. 

Lexington-Fayette County records highest single-day increase two days in a row

The health department says 167 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the latest report.

Casey County inmate escaped, Sheriff’s office says she’s still missing

According to the local radio station, WKDO, Stacy Diane Scott walked away from the Casey County Detention Center.

Lexington’s Racial Justice and Equality commission wraps up meetings and works on report

The report is expected to be submitted to Mayor Linda Gorton by mid-October, and released to the public later in the month.

Report: Another Chick-fil-A could be coming to Lexington

The potential new site is on New Circle Road near Russell Cave Road, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

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Home hit by gunfire in shoot-out among vehicles

Fortunately nobody hurt inside home.

Sinkhole repair begins Friday on Mountain Parkway; closures, detours set

Eastbound Mountain Parkway to close between exits 33-40, detoured for up to two week.

State hits second-highest COVID day with 1,018 cases

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) - The state reported 1,018 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, the second highest single-day total since the outbreak began March 6. The numbers,...

KRDHD reports possible COVID exposure at church, grocery in Letcher County

Potential exposure was 10 days ago at church, last weekend at grocery.