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Lexington Police: Start the new year right; don’t drink and drive

This year, police say 33 people died in car crashes in Lexington and almost half of the victims were killed in alcohol-involved wrecks.

LPD: Suspect Tried Robbing Gas Station, Took Money from Cab Driver Instead

Lexington Police say a man is behind bars after attempting to rob the Euclid Avenue Speedway at gunpoint, and then hitting a cab driver with the firearm before taking his money.

Concert traffic sour note for Luke Bryan fans

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Some fans of country music star Luke Bryan were angry and frustrated after sitting in traffic for hours trying to...

Tips To Find A Taxi After Your New Year’s Party

If you don't have a designated driver, beware of long waits and surge pricing for some taxis.

Multi-Million Dollar Construction At Blue Grass Airport

The Blue Grass Airport announced a multi-year construction project on the Maintenance/Snow Removal Equipment Complex, Public Safety Building and taxi area.

Frankfort Taxi Driver Arrested For DUI

Police arrested a Frankfort taxi driver after they say he was driving under the influence.

More than $30,000 Raised for Wife of Marine Shot and Killed

Donations continue to pour-in for the widow of a U.S. marine who was shot and killed outside a Lexington nightclub two weeks ago.

Weathering The Roads

People are waking up Wednesday morning to roads covered in solid ice. But in these conditions, some have no choice but to hit the roads

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Ruth Hunt Candies turns 100

Ruth Hunt Candies, started in Mount Sterling, Kentucky in 1921, is 100 years old today.

Lawmakers discuss anti-swatting legislation

False reporting crimes are currently only a misdemeanor. Lawmakers discussed Thursday the harm these calls do and what should be done about them.

Hearings give residents chance for input on $120 million in federal funds

City leaders trying to build consensus for projects.

Making a difference, one “Hope Tote” at a time

The group Samaritan's Feet is giving out 250 pairs of shoes in "Hope Totes" to students across Madison County. The totes include a pair of socks, shoes, a hygiene kit, a towel, a financial literacy guide, and a "be kind, be well card."