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September is United Racial Equality Month in Lexington

One Lexington man requested a proclamation for September to be United Racial Equality Month, that proclamation was signed Mayor Linda Gorton.

Almost a year since mom of three becomes a victim of gun violence

While the world has been coming together to support racial equality and justice, gun violence remains a topic pushed aside in the discussions, at least for now. But some families live with it and its impact every day. Lucy Jones lost her granddaughter to it.

Women veterans honored, urged to take advantage of benefits

June 12th is now a big day for women veterans in Kentucky, Governor Beshear has proclaimed it a day to celebrate and honor women who have served our country.

POW/MIA flag to fly permanently at state Capitol

The order will ensure that the flag representing the two groups will fly permanently at the state Capitol.

Mayor of Lexington proclaims Thursday ‘Blue-White Day’

Lexington's mayor proclaims Thursday as 'Blue-White Day,' in support of the Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen.

Gov. Bevin: May 8-12 is Teacher Appreciation Week

A proclamation from Governor Matt Bevin joins the National Educators Association in honoring the contributions of teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week from May 8th through the 12th.

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Mixed response to Mayor Gorton’s positive ‘State of the City’ speech

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton says even though coronavirus still has a tight grip on the city, she wants to focus on future growth.

New honorary roadside sign installed to recognize a WWII Veteran

A honorary roadside sign was installed in Jessamine County.

Gov. Beshear: COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky

More contagious COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky.

AG Cameron talks tackling human trafficking on a local level, at the root

Cameron visited an organization in Lexington that targets what is often the root of human trafficking - prostitution.