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Lexington Man Says Heat Melted His Mailbox

You know it's hot when a mailbox post starts to melt.

Lexington Reopening Heat Relief Center

With temperatures expected to rise to near 100 degrees again this week, Lexington officials said Tuesday they will reopen a cooling center downtown.

Man Dies Following Motorcycle Crash

A man has died following a weekend motorcycle crash in Lexington.

It’s Still Hot, But Not *As* Hot. Spotty Storms For Some

Yes, it's still hot. The heat will continue to be with us for a while. However, it isn't *as* hot as it was. Spotty t-storms will form.

Update: Firework Vendors Already Feeling Effects of Ban

Vendors remain optimistic that sales will stay steady despite ban on using fireworks.

Lexington Community Cleaning Up Storm Damage

Kentucky is still dealing with the aftermath of last nights storm. One Lexington man is hoping he still has his cars after a tree fell on both of his vehicles.

Men Robbed At Gunpoint In Broad Daylight In Lexington

Lexington Police said three people were robbed by a man Monday afternoon in the parking lot of a business on West New Circle Road.

Lexington Bans Use Of Personal Fireworks

The city has issued a ban on the use of common and consumer fireworks. The ban will remain in effect until the outdoor burning ban issued last week is lifted.

Woman Found Dead Inside Car

Lexington police say the woman was found inside a car on West Second Street.

Heat & Storm Recap… Viewer Photos & More

After 4 days of 100°+ heat, we return to the double digit heat today. Many areas had wind damage last night with the storms.

Fifth Annual Lexington Pride Fesitval Returns Downtown

Thousands attend including eight local area churches.

Scam Targets Shop With A Cop

A new scam targets a Lexington Police Charity called, “Shop with a Cop.” And it could also target citizens.

Trader Joe’s Opens In Lexington

Trader Joe's opened today near Fayette Mall. This is the first one to open in Lexington.

Lexington Heat Relief Efforts

Lexington community centers are offering places for people to cool off from the heat.

Keith Jackson Named New Lexington Fire Chief

Lexington has a new fire chief, and he's the same person who has held the post on an interim basis for the past 15 months.

Lexington Opening Cooling Center To Help Beat Heat

Lexington officials said Wednesday they would open a cooling center downtown and cut pool admission prices for the next five days.

Rock & Roll Half-Marathon To Be Held In Lexington

Imagine running 13 miles with a concert as you go.

Lexington Mayor Urges Agreement On Pension Reform Plan

Mayor Jim Gray is asking his Task Force on Pension Reform to redouble its efforts to find agreement on a plan to address the growing unfunded liability in Lexington’s pension fund.

Joe B. Hall Picked As Grand Marshal Of July 4th Parade

Former University of Kentucky basketball coach Joe B. Hall will be the grand marshal for this year’s Fourth of July parade in downtown Lexington.

Former Lexington Fire Chief Returning To Work Tuesday

Lexington's former Fire Chief Robert Hendricks begins his new job Tuesday as a firefighter and paramedic.

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Deteriorating grave of Union general refurbished by veterans

After the war, general Gordon Granger headed to Texas, the last confederate state in the US.

Bikers raise over $2000 dollars from Poker Run to benefit special needs kids

On Saturday morning about 50 bikers headed to McLeods Coffee House in Lexington for a special cause.

Blameless Children group brings support and resources to families battling addiction

Originally, the group was established by a former addict who wanted to help families fight addiction

HIGHLIGHTS: KHSAA State Baseball and Softball Tournaments take over Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - A year ago, we didn't have a state baseball or softball tournament.  A year later, both tournaments are taking place...