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Speed limits in Lexington will go from 35 to 25 miles per hour due to the substantial number of pedestrian deaths in 2018.
The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office says it responded to a single-vehicle accident on Tates Creek Road around 8:45 a.m.
Outage caused by an equipment issue at a substation.
Lexington police say one driver was responsible for multiple accidents on New Circle Road.
A portion of Lansdowne Drive being rebuilt due to multiple pavement failures.
Lexington Police say a man stole cigarettes, pepper sprayed two people and pointed a gun at others during a robbery at Kroger.
Lexington Police say a woman found dead along Tates Creek Road Tuesday night was shot to death. The coroner has identified her as Rachel Preston.
Lexington police say they are investigating after finding a woman dead on the side of Tates Creek Road late Tuesday night.
Lane closures are scheduled on New Circle Road in Lexington Thursday.
Intermittent lane closures are scheduled for thermoplastic markings to be installed at various intersections in Lexington, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
A chain reaction collision temporarily closed inbound Tates Creek Road just before New Circle Road in Lexington, according to police.
An accident leads to rush hour traffic backup at Tates Creek and Appian Way in Lexington.
Currently, East Brannon Road, past Brannon Crossing dead ends. Developers say by 2019, that will no longer be the case.
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Police say they arrested a man, Shawn Hendron, and charged him with the armed robbery of a Rite Aid pharmacy.
A woman's purse was snatched while she put groceries into her car at Kroger on Tates Creek Road on Thursday night.
One driver was arrested following a two-car crash in Lexington Monday night.
Lexington Police say a man suffered life-threatening injuries when the pickup he was driving hit a gas meter and a tree on Tates Creek Road Thursday night.
The non-stop rainfall overnight could cause problems for drivers during their morning commute.
A retired Lexington Police captain and members of Centenary United Methodist Church in Lexington held the First Annual 'Lexington Law Enforcement Appreciation Night' on Thursday.