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UPDATE: Vine Street lane closure to continue Thursday

The right lane of Vine Street, between Quality and Rose streets in Lexington, will be temporarily closed for a second straight day Thursday for road repairs, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Mayor names Commissioner of Environmental Quality & Public Works

Dowell Hoskins-Squier, Director of the Division of Traffic Engineering, has been named Commissioner of the city’s Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works by Mayor Jim Gray.

Louisville getting $6M in air quality funding

Louisville Metro Government is receiving $6.3 million in government funding for air quality improvement.

Kentucky ranks 48th in national eco-friendly survey

Kentucky's ranking is one of the lowest in the country in categories of environmental quality and eco-friendly behaviors.

Funding awarded for air quality project in Kentucky county

A project to improve air quality in Oldham County is being backed by a new round of funding for a park and ride initiative.

Lexington’s MLK Walk for Equality

Events began early Monday morning in Lexington with the annual Unity Breakfast then came the Freedom March Downtown.

Morning Warehouse Fire Reported in Jessamine County

According to the Jessamine Journal, a fire struck a Nicholasville business on Stephens Drive early Thursday morning, close to the Squire Lake subdivision.

Code for America Technologists Arrive in Lexington

Mayor Jim Gray welcomed three Fellows from the Code for America Wednesday, as they set out to improve Lexington's quality of life.

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Car accident leads to temporary road closures in Lexington

The accident was reported on Alumni Drive at New Circle Road just after 8:00 p.m.

Traffic Update: NB I-75 in Scott County reopens after truck hits bridge overpass

The truck hit the Frogtown Road/KY 608 overpass. The bridge has been inspected and evaluated by state engineers.

UPDATE: Two members of Kentucky State University board resign

Candace McGraw and Paul Harnice resigned days before the abrupt departure of the KSU president.

Long Lick Pike/KY 32 opens ahead of schedule in Scott County

Culvert pipe installation completed at milepoint 15.0.