A new education movement is gaining attention in Lexington. A group that goes by Lex Ed called on the Fayette County School Board at its meeting Monday night to bring comprehensive sex education to the district. The group made an impression in purple t-shirts, artfully decorated with a bird and a bee.
A Lexington mother is speaking out after her son left school without permission Monday, and fell into a ditch. He took a trip to the hospital with his teacher and principal, but luckily, he walked away with only scratches. His mom, though, has a message for the community.
Fifty people in teams of five people met up at the Lyric Theater following clues through various historic landmarks downtown. It was all to raise money to help women in Fayette County caught up in the human trafficking industry.
There was not one but three events going on throughout Lexington all providing meals to the hungry. These charitable people weren't representing churches or food banks, that typically give out food to the hungry, but they are private individuals and businesses who reached into their own pockets to provide meals to those who may have not gotten one elsewhere.
Guests at the Jackson Inn Motel woke up to a gruesome sight. The motel manager's son says the motel found about it when a guest rang the front doorbell and pointed to the dead body lying just outside the front door."
ABC 36 would like to congratulate Good Morning Kentucky Anchor Lauren Gawthrop and News Director Steve France. The two received an Emmy nomination from the Ohio Valley Chapter for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.