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Two people were found dead inside an apartment, according to Lexington Police.
A car catches fire in Lexington and firefighters say it may not have been an accident.
For the past two weeks the agencies worked together to identify and locate individuals suspected of actively engaging in narcotics trafficking or being connected to shooting incidents.
A Central Kentucky newspaper has announced a big change for its customers.
Chair back seats will replace the bench seating along both sidelines just in time for the 2019-20 event season.
A Lexington man has been arrested in Oregon as part of a Madison County death investigation.
A Golden Alert was cancelled in Lexington an hour after it was issued when Joseph Conner Boggs was found safe, according to Lexington Police.
Lexington Emergency Management will test its network of outdoor warning sirens on Wednesday at 10 am.
A Phase 1 Heat Alert means that temperatures are expected to exceed 90 degrees for the next several days.
The city’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its regular waste collection window next week.
As gas prices rose in many areas across the country last week, Kentucky led the nation with the largest week-over-week rise in average gas price, jumping 20 cents, according to AAA.
The Japan America Society of Kentucky put on the 2019 Japan Festival at the courthouse plaza on Saturday.
City council members approved a rebuild of Lexington's City Hall entrance.
United Ground Express, a subsidiary of United Airlines, Inc., is seeking friendly, dependable, and all-around part-time Customer Service Agents at the Blue Grass Airport.
Tenth Annual Bluegrass Dining Out For Life was on Thursday.
On Wednesday morning in Lexington there was a wreath hanging ceremony to honor the lives lost 18 years ago.
Organizers say they're asking for a $3 donation which will benefit God's Pantry Food Bank.
In Lexington the city’s Division of Waste Management will be adjusting its regular waste collection window.
All signs point to the Purple Coneflower being named Lexington’s official flower, Mayor Linda Gorton announced on Tuesday.
Callie the Toy Australian Shepherd is now on a billboard in the city.