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Autistic teen found safe after missing for three hours

An autistic teenager in Lexington was found safe Monday night in a park after disappearing for three hours, according to police.

UPDATE: Golden Alert canceled, missing man found safe

A young Lexington man who went missing Friday afternoon was found safe shortly after midnight, according to Lexington Police.

UPDATE: Golden Alert cancelled, Lexington man found safe

A Golden Alert was cancelled in Lexington an hour after it was issued when Joseph Conner Boggs was found safe, according to Lexington Police.

City replaces Veterans Park’s veteran playground

One of Lexington’s oldest wooden playgrounds is no more.

National PTA designates Veterans Park, Southern Middle as Schools of Excellence

National PTA has marked Veterans Park Elementary and Southern Middle School as 2018-20 Schools of Excellence for their commitment to building an inclusive and welcoming school community where all families contribute to enriching the educational experience and overall well-being for all students.

Heavy rain causes flooding in parts of Lexington

Periods of heavy rain Friday caused flooding in parts of Lexington and surrounding communities.

Search for missing Lexington teen

Lexington police are asking for help in locating 17-year-old Broghan Lorentz, who went missing Tuesday night.

Korean War Memorial to be dedicated Sunday in Lexington

A memorial to those who lost their lives in the Korean War will be dedicated on Lexington’s Veterans Park War Memorial Walk this Sunday.

6-year-old drowns in neighborhood pool

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Lexington community is devastated because a six-year-old is dead after accidentally drowning in a swimming pool. The coroner pronounced 6-year-old...

UPDATE: Lexington’s Confederate statues will not be moved to Veterans Park

Veterans Park in Lexington is no longer being considered by the city as a possible site to relocate two Confederate statues that currently sit downtown, according to city officials.

UPDATE: City OKs step to remove Confederate statues

Lexington's Urban County Council on Tuesday took the first step toward removing two Confederate statues from the lawn of a former courthouse downtown.

Several people recognize Memorial Day with visit to new Gold Star Monument

Even though it is a day off for many people, it is important to remember those Memorial Day honors, the men and women who gave their lives fighting for their country.

What’s going on with the sewer project in Veteran’s Park?

For the last nine months, a portion of Veteran's Park has been a construction zone while the city installs a new sewer pipeline. But over the past few weeks the work has stopped. Why? We went to find out.

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Berea College faculty, staff recognized for preservation work

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Wildcats to host Texas in SEC/Big 12 Challenge

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Mid-range number of new Fayette COVID cases puts county over 10,000

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