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Police say driver runs red light and T-bones another car; both are okay

Lexington Police says a driver ran a red light in the Hamburg area of Man O War and T-boned another driver entrapping her in her minivan.

UPDATE: Man charged with shooting at house in Lexington

A second man has been arrested and charged in connection with shooting at a house in Lexington, according to police.

Man sent to hospital in overnight crash

An overnight crash sends a man to the hospital with possible life-threatening injuries.

Woman shot after robbery

Lexington police say a woman was shot after being robbed by four men late Tuesday night.

Collision injures two and snarls traffic on Winchester Road

Traffic was snarled on busy Winchester Road in Lexington Tuesday night after a two-car collision at Royster Road, according to Lexington Police.

Krispy Kreme sympathizes with distraught cops after doughnut truck fire

Krispy Kreme offered encouragement on social media to Lexington Police officers whose tongue-in-cheek photos went viral after a doughnut truck caught fire.

Lexington Police looking for CVS robbery suspect

Lexington Police are looking for a robbery suspect. 

Gas leak shut down intersection of Man O’ War and Richmond Road Monday night

Police say the intersection at Man O' War and Richmond Road is shut down while firefighters work to fix a natural gas leak.

UPDATE: Exit 108 on I-75 back open

Traffic officials say exit 108 on I-75 is back open.

Argument leads to rollover crash in Lexington

Police say an argument between the driver of a car and a passenger caused a rollover crash last night in Lexington.

Maker’s Mark Man o’ War bottles part of benefit dinner

Limited edition collectible Maker's Mark Man o' War Celebration bottles part of special benefit dinner at the Kentucky Horse Park.

Police: Part of Versailles Road was closed for accident investigation

A part of Versailles Road will be closed for several hours on Thursday afternoon for an accident investigation, according to officials.

Accident on Man O’ War sends one person to the hospital

An accident on Man O’ War Blvd near I-75 backed up traffic in both direction on Friday afternoon.

Oldest living Derby winner in North America reunites with jockey

The oldest living Kentucky Derby winner in North America reunites with his Hall of Fame jockey at the Kentucky Horse Park.

New York Man o’ War exhibit honors racing legend born a century ago

A new exhibit on Man o' War is opening across the street from the New York racetrack where the thoroughbred racing legend suffered his only defeat.

Season long Man o’ War celebration kicks off at Kentucky Horse Park

The Kentucky Horse Park, along with state and local officials, launched a season-long celebration on Wednesday, honoring the 100th birthday of Thoroughbred legend, Man o’ War, who was foaled on March 29, 1917

For Man O’ War’s b-day, photographs exhibited at Keeneland

The Keeneland Library is sharing photographs of Man o’ War from its collection in exhibitions both in the Library and online that are part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the legendary Thoroughbred’s birth.

Kentucky Derby Museum to celebrate Man o’ War with exhibit

The Kentucky Derby Museum says it is planning a new exhibit next month on one of thoroughbred racing's most famous horses: Man o' War.

Man O’ War Celebration Planned at Kentucky Horse Park

The Kentucky Horse Park is planning a yearlong celebration to honor the great thoroughbred Man o' War.

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I-75 Diesel spill, semi-truck spills load of energy drinks in Madison County

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Man pulls gun, is charged during Black Lives Matter protest

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Judge blocks Kentucky virus limits on racetracks, child care

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