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Police said the robbery happened just after 11 p.m. at the Circle K gas station on Buckhorn Drive.
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Lightning struck a home on Parker's Mill Road around 1 a.m., and 20 minutes before that lightning hit another home on Roswell Drive.
For nearly 20 years, Glenn D. Williams has been a professional Christian mental health counselor, helping people with problems such as marital difficulties, addictions and depression.
Lexington police are investigating two shootings that occurred early Sunday, including one in which a man fleeing the scene nearly hit an officer.
As Louisville has made its way to the ACC over the last three decades, the Cards have been led by four outstanding football coaches.
This 1960 construction photo shows a house Richard Isenhour designed and built on Jesselin Drive.
The first of four peace walks started on Saturday afternoon. They will continue to be held in the upcoming weeks in an effort to get rid of the violence that's plagued the city of Lexington recently.
The first of four peace walks will occur from 6-8 p.m. Saturday night. The walk begins at Duncan Park.
The American Quarter Horse breed is recognized as a "Horse of Honor" at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
Lexington firefighters say water from a sprinkler head caused a big mess on the floor of Memorial Coliseum Friday night.
Bredhold's attorney, public defender Joanne Lynch, told Fayette Circuit Judge Ernesto Scorsone on Friday that September 2015 would be the "absolute earliest" her office can be ready to try the case.
Robert Markham Taylor could face the death penalty if convicted in the murder of Lexington's Alex Johnson late last year.
Mayor Jim Gray announced Friday that he would temporarily allow police officers to drive cruisers for personal use at no cost.
Vowing he would not let the cost of a tank of gas get in the way of public safety, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray signed an executive order that will temporarily allow police officers to drive their cruisers for personal use at no cost to the officers.
The Courier-Journal reports that from Lexington to Louisville and north to Cincinnati, ash trees are being wiped out from rural landscapes, parks, subdivisions and urban corridors.
The Bluegrass Sports Commission, based in Lexington, Ky., seek a full-time Executive Director.
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Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 05:09 am
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