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Solid blue fans disappointed after UK loss

It was somber Sunday for UK fans after a loss against Auburn.

Solid Blue fans flood State Street after win

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Solid Blue fans invaded State Street following the Cats victory over Houston in the Sweet Sixteen. Police were there in riot...

Police search for missing Bowling Green teenager

Bowling Green Police are searching for a missing teenager, last seen at his home on Sunday.

Lexington police ask for help identifying those who flipped car on State St.

Police released several pictures from the incident on Saturday, hoping to generate leads.

Lexington street closures announced ahead of possible post game gatherings

Street closures announced ahead of possible post game gatherings in Lexington as Kentucky advances in the NCAA Tournament.

LPD: Person Pistol-Whipped During Home Invasion

Lexington police say someone was pistol-whipped during a drug-related home invasion.

Third homicide of 2016 takes life of 18-year-old

The coroner says Lexington's third homicide victim of 2016 is an 18-year-old man.

City officials: “Crowds rowdy, and at times, hostile”

After the Wildcats lost in the Final Four against Wisconsin, crowds took to the streets and were "rowdy, and at times, hostile," according to City of Lexington officials.

Fans celebrate after Elite 8 win

Kentucky fans took to the streets and celebrated after a nail-biting win against Notre Dame Saturday night.

State Street Quiet after UK wins ‘Sweet 16’ game

As Lexington Police promised there was heightened security among the crowds of several hundred fans on State Street Thursday after UK won the 'Sweet 16'. Police were in their riot gear and ready if celebrations got out of hand.

Lexington firefighters ask UK fans to celebrate safely

The Kentucky Wildcats may be burning up the court during March Madness, but if fans plan on burning couches, the fire department wants them to rethink their actions.

Road In Franklin County Scheduled To Reopen Wednesday Morning

Lafayette Drive in Franklin County, which was closed Tuesday for repairs, is scheduled to reopen at 5:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.

Fire At Lexington Home Called Suspicious

A fire breaks out at a vacant home on State Street Tuesday morning. Firefighters are calling it suspicious.

UPDATE: Injuries & Several Fires Reported Near Campus After UK Loss

It was a familiar scene for Lexington Police and Firefighters early Tuesday morning as crowds filled the streets near the UK Campus. Police anticipated potential problems in the city, regardless of the outcome of the National Championship game in Arlington, Texas.

Lexington Police & Fire Brace For Championship Game Celebrations

Lexington Police said the department had a solid game plan for crowd control around the National Championship. It would be the fourth time during the tournament that officers had to brace for potential game day problems.

Officials Bracing For Big Game

After three big wins in the NCAA tournament, fans took over Lexington streets with three big celebrations. With the final game scheduled for Monday night, police and firefighters are bracing for huge celebration.

Thousands Of Solid Blue Fans Celebrate In Streets

After Kentucky beat Wisconsin in the Final Four, Solid Blue Fans flooded the streets. South Limestone and State Street are again packed with thousands of people.

Police Plan to Watch Crowds from Land, Air

It’s a post-game plan that’s gotten a tweak of its own but police are the ones calling the shots. They plan to keep things in control when the game ends.

Double Weekend Wins Means Twice the Celebrations

A double win over the weekend for the Cats meant twice the celebration for fans.

UPDATE: Police Gearing up for Final Four

Thousands of Solid Blue fans filled the streets of Lexington Sunday in celebration of UK’s win against Michigan. Police said so far, the celebrations have been peaceful and fans have been relatively calm.

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