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Fayette Mall Apple Store moving to The Summit at Fritz Farm

The store is scheduled to open at its new location on March 1 at 11:00 a.m.

Lex. History Museum moves to Rankin House, will open as house museum

The Lexington History Museum at Rankin House is the first house museum to begin operation in the city in at least 40 years.

Neighbors concerned after apparent home invasion, shooting

Some people in Lexington say they're thinking about moving after a man was shot during an apparent home invasion on their street.

Big Lexington church moving to Jessamine County

Clays Mill Baptist Church in Lexington is moving to neighboring Jessamine County for more space for its growing congregation.

Locals react to decision to move Confederate statues

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- In Lexington, Mayor Jim Gray released a statement in response to the violence in Chancellorsville, saying,"I am taking action to relocate the...

McConnell says Senate to vote on straight repeal

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote "sometime in the near future" on repealing the Obama health care law.

State BBQ Fest is moving to a new location

DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ)-Big news for Kentucky barbecue lovers. The State BBQ Festival is moving from Downtown Danville to farmland owned by Wilderness Trail Distillery. It's at...

Kentucky Department of Education moving to new location

The Kentucky Department of Education is moving after spending 44 years at its current location at the Capital Plaza Tower in downtown Frankfort.

Herald-Leader moving printing operation to Louisville

The Lexington Herald-Leader has announced it will move its printing and packaging operations to Louisville and will put the newspaper office and production and packaging facilities on the market.

Bellhops creating 100 new jobs for Lexington-area college students

The “Uber for moving” company, Bellhops, is hoping to field 150 applications from Lexington-area college students.

City lays out its options on CentrePointe

A lawyer for the City of Lexington says in an e-mail to Urban County Council members that the city could fill in the existing hole at the CentrePointe construction site downtown, or foreclose on the property after March 30th.

3-day donation drive helps Woodford Humane Society

PODS Moving & Storage is teaming up with the Bark N' Bakery to make the Christmas brighter for animals in Woodford Co. shelters.

Toy Chest charity drive kicks off

Wildcat Moving has teamed up with The Toy Chest Children's Charity to get presents to underprivileged children who may not otherwise receive anything this Christmas.

Students Move In on UK’s Campus

UK Students start to move in on UK's Campus

Saige is moving on!

One little 5-year old has had enough!

People in the South move more than those in other US regions

Southerners moved a bit more last year than people who lived in any other region of the United States.

Downtown Lexington License Facility Moving

The downtown license facility in Lexington is moving to a new location on Winchester Road.

UPDATE: HealthFirst Bluegrass To Open Alexandria Drive Clinic

HealthFirst Bluegrass said its clinic on Newtown Pike would be replaced in November with two other clinics in Lexington.

Largest Move In Day For U.K. Dorms

More than 2,500 new Wildcat freshmen moved into the U.K. dorms Friday, according the university's public relations department.

Lexington’s Beloved ‘Ramsey’s’ Leaves High Street Location

A Lexington landmark is moving to a new location. The Ramsey’s Restaurant on High Street is closing on Monday night after 25 years in the location.

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2021 KHSAA Girls’ Sweet 16: Quarterfinals

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UPDATE: Lexington Police release body camera footage of police car hitting autistic teen

The Lexington Police car was traveling approximately 40 mph when Liam Long ran into its path, according to Lexington Police.