Second African-American member elected to state Senate
The Kentucky State Senate will have two African Americans members for the first time after Lexington lawyer Reggie Thomas beat two opponents in a special election for the state's 13th Senate District in Lexington.
HealthFirst project manager unable to provide details of hours worked for federal review
Documents requested as part of a federal review of the $11.7 million public health clinic project on Southland Drive don't substantiate the 40-hour work week required in Ted J. Mims' contract as project manager.
Lexington police ready for potential inclement weather this weekend
Lexington police, much like the city's street and utility crews, are aware of early forecasts for a winter blast reminiscent of the 2003 ice storm.
Fayette County: Typhoon Haiyan benefit Friday; Glacier Girl talk Saturday
Bob Cardin, project director for the recovery and restoration of Glacier Girl, a World War II fighter plane recovered from the ice in Greenland and reconstructed to flying condition in Middlesboro, will speak at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Aviation Museum of Kentucky.
Public input sought on Time Warner Cable
The purpose of the hearings is to identify community needs and interests, and review the performance of Time Warner Cable, which has been the dominant cable television provider in Lexington since it bought Insight Communications last year.
Lexington Vice Mayor To Step Down From Council At End Of 2014
Vice Mayor Linda Gorton on Thursday announced she will not run for re-election in 2014, her 16th year on the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council and the year she will become the longest-serving Councilmember since merger.