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Abolishing no-knock warrants, creating civilian review board to be discussed, mayor says

Saturday morning began with a 3 mile march and ended with a community discussion with Mayor Linda Gorton and other panelists.

Southland Christian Church pays it forward to Lexington activist with new car

Lexington activist and hip hop artist Devine Carama got a big surprise Saturday as part of Southland Christian Church's One Dollar Club program.

Catholic Action Center in need of more toys and donations

The Catholic Action Center says 2,500 families still need to shop and they need the gifts to serve the remaining families.

Help-Portrait Lexington to be held this Saturday

Volunteer photographers, hairstylists and makeup artists will give back to those in need in Lexington this Saturday.

Southland Christian Church packs meals for kids

In the next 30 hours, Southland Christian Church has a goal to pack one million meals for kids in Somalia and Haiti

Some Nicholasville drivers get paid for getting pulled over

Video posted by Southland Christian Church shows Nicholasville officers pulling over drivers for minor infractions then being handed an envelope with money.

Jessamine County home heavily damaged by fire

Christmas presents among the items Jessamine County family lost in house fire.

God’s Pantry to feed Thanksgiving meal to 4,500 Fayette County families

God's Pantry Food Bank in Lexington will feed more than 4,500 Fayette County families a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal this year, according to the food bank.

Men’s Indoor Tailgating Party – Southland Christian Church

Doug High sits down with Derrick Purvis and Chris Hahn to talk about an exciting mens-only tailgating party being held by Southland Christian Church!

Funeral to be Held Monday for Leo Travers

A visitation will be held Monday for a teen gunned down in the middle of the street in Nicholasville last week.

Big Turnout at Faith & Community Christmas

The Faith & Community Christmas store in Lexington opened it's doors to shoppers on Monday.

Faith & Community Christmas Store-Southland Christian Church

Janelle Earley comes to the studio to tell Doug High about the Faith & Community Christmas Store running from December 19th through the 21st, that helps parents and individuals who can't afford Christmas gifts for their children.

2016 Faith & Community Christmas Store Begins Setup

Work has begun in setting up the 21st annual Faith & Community Christmas Store, hosted by Southland Christian Church and the Catholic Action Center.

Hundreds pack church for Trinity Gay’s funeral

It has been almost a week since Trinity Gay, daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay, was shot and killed while out with friends in Lexington. Today, those friends, her family, and several people whose lives she touched came together for her funeral.

Remembering Rev. Wayne Smith; Dead at 87

Monte Wilkinson says, "You know I wasn't surprised because Wayne's health had not been great." For Monte, Lead Minister of Northeast Christian Church, the passing of Reverend Wayne Smith is bittersweet.

Wayne B. Smith, founding minister at Southland Christian Church, dead at 87

The Lexington Herald-Leader is reporting that Wayne B. Smith, founding minister at Southland Christian Church, has died at 87.

Visitation for couple killed in Brussels being held Thursday

A visitation will be held Thursday for a couple killed in the tourist attacks in Brussels.

Funeral arrangements set for couple killed in Brussels terror attacks

Funeral arrangements have been set for Justin and Stephanie Shults.

Annual Christmas Store opens

For twenty years now, the Catholic Action Center's Christmas Store has been making shopping during the holidays easier for families in need.

Funeral arrangements set for Hunter Montgomery

Funeral arrangements are set for the son of country superstar and Kentucky native Eddie Montgomery.

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Lexington’s mayor recommends using federal money to create police review board

Mayor Linda Gorton recommended spending $50,000 in CARES Act money to pay for a consultant to properly create a police review board. 

Racist internet trolls interrupt as council gives preliminary approval to rename Lexington park

An Urban County Council discussion Tuesday night, on renaming a Lexington park once used to sell slaves, was interrupted by racist trolls.

Group behind white power flyers says they’re not hateful, Rabbi disagrees

Over the weekend some people in Central Kentucky received white supremacy flyers at their homes.

Keeneland catalogs 4,272 Yearlings for 2020 September Sale

The prestigious auction will offer online bidding and expanded phone bidding for those buyers participating remotely.