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Child abuse, trafficking group plans walk, rally

Rally planned for Sept. 19.

Veterans march 22 miles for veteran suicide awareness

The weather held for the most part today as a crowd marched and biked from Keeneland to Camp Nelson in Jessamine County.

Group walks 22 miles to bring awareness to veteran suicide

On this Memorial Day, a group of current military service members as well as veterans loaded on 22 pounds of gear and walked 22 miles, all to bring awareness to the 22 veterans on average who commit suicide every day.

Many in Lexington walked to raise HIV awareness

Eight of the ten most vulnerable counties for an outbreak are in Kentucky.

‘A Midsummer Night’s Run’ is Saturday in Lexington

Lexington's only downtown nighttime race will be run for the 33rd year Saturday, August 12, 2017.

Kentucky governor calls for prayer groups to combat violence

Gov. Matt Bevin is urging people to "put their faith to work" by forming small prayer groups that walk some of Louisville's highest-crime neighborhoods.

Inmate walks away from Northpoint Training Center

A release from the Kentucky Department of Corrections says that an inmate at Northpoint Training Center walked away from the minimum-security facility Friday morning at around 7:00 a.m.

Peace Walk to honor victim in fatal 2016 Lexington shooting

A peace walk is being held Friday evening at Winburn Cafe in honor of a Lexington man Family and friends of a Lexington man shot and killed last year.

11th Annual Reindeer Ramble 5K Run/Walk

The 11th Annual YMCA Reindeer Ramble 5K Run/Walk is on Saturday, December 10, 2016 at Keeneland, starting at 9:00 a.m.!

2016 is Second Deadliest Year for Lexington Pedestrian Deaths in the Last 20

Pedestrian deaths in Lexington are up to nine this year. It is the second deadliest year for pedestrians in the last 20 years.

Residents march for peace in Lexington

A Lexington church hosted a peace walk Thursday evening, calling for an end to violence.

Hope not Heroin Rally/Walk 9-15

Gwen Holder and Bill Dawson sit down with ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop to talk about the Hope Not Heroin Rally/Walk coming up on September 24th.

Trooper Eric Chrisman Memorial 5K set for Sept. 10

Kentucky State Police are hoping for a big crowd to come out and remember Trooper Eric Chrisman while supporting two of his favorite causes.

Sons of Thunder lead “Walk on Freedom” downtown

In the wake of the deaths of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge and Philando Castile in Minneapolis, the Sons of Thunder are taking a stand in front of the Fayette District Courthouse. Pastor Damon Davenport says to rallies the crowd in front of the courthouse, "It's time that we take a stand and lift up our voices like a trumpet."

Sons of Thunder to lead “Walk on Freedom” downtown Saturday

Tomorrow about 250 people are expected to meet here at the Fayette District Courthouse at 1:30pm for a "Walk on Freedom." Organizers say this walk isn't just about stopping police violence but about ending all violence in the community in general.

Woodford Wag race & dog walk is tomorrow

It's the perfect way for you and your canine, four-legged friends to start the weekend. The Woodford Wag 5K Cross Country Race and 2K Dog Walk is tomorrow. The annual, family-friendly event raises money for the Woodford Humane Society.

Chrysalis House 5K 5-5

ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop visits with Christine de Briffault, and Jessica White about the upcoming Chrysalis House 5K Run/Walk coming up on Saturday, May 14.

Supporters walk and run for 23rd year to benefit AIDS organization

Hundreds were out at Coldstream Park this afternoon for a familiar cause. They hoped to support an organization which supports the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Hundreds ‘Walk for Warmth’ in Downtown Lexington

Hundreds of walkers took advantage of a mild morning in Downtown Lexington while walking to prevent homelessness in the city.

A walk in Lexington for heroin awareness, and a warning

"A lot of people like to bury their head in the sand, thinking that it's not happening, or it's not happening in their community, or can't happen to their children. (...) Heroin is here, it's in our communities, and it effects all of us," -Kayla Greene.

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