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28 min ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
The Kentucky House voted Thursday night to approve the state's $20.3 billion, two-year spending plan and forward it to the Senate, with 15 days remaining in the 60-workday legislative session.
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A bill that would further deregulate telephone service in Kentucky breezed through a House committee Thursday amid intense lobbying by AT&T, which crafted it.
11 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
McBride will be at booth 5 on the night of March 14 and until 2 p.m. March 15. She will not appear March 16. Photo ops: 7:40 p.m. March 14 and 1:20 p.m. March 15. Stand side to side with McBride for a professional 8-by-10, lab-quality photograph that is available same day.
14 hrs ago | The Stranger
One of the country's most interesting and idiosyncratic electronic musicians, Three Legged Race , has released a sneak preview of his forthcoming Rope Commercial, Vol.
Jurors have recommended a 35-year sentence after convicting Terrence Sims of the 2010 murder of Stephen Kavanaugh in Lexington.
Thursday March 13, you have the chance to sample offerings from six of the top women chefs in Lexington and support a great cause at the same time.
It was a frightening morning for a Lexington girl walking to school. She says a man tried to lure her into his SUV.
In a vote that state Sen. Julie Denton said was unimaginable a decade ago, the Kentucky Senate unanimously approved a bill Wednesday to let certain pediatric seizure patients use an oil derived from hemp and marijuana.
Authorities are hoping you can help them locate Darlinea Hobbs. Officials with the Fayette County Sheriff's Office say she has been using another woman's Kentucky ID card since 2009.
Lexington police have hit a road block in their search for a man who walked out of a jewelry store last month with an expensive ring in his pocket.
A Lexington police officer faces an internal investigation and might be charged later this week with animal cruelty, authorities said Tuesday.
Anita Denson, a patient account representative at Bluegrass Community Health in Lexington, is assigned to helping people sign up for health care.
Students made tie-dye shirts during the University of Kentucky Student Activities Board's Tie Dye Tuesday event at the Student Center patio on campus in Lexington.
Four car thefts, all involving pizza delivery drivers, in less than a week. That's the latest string of car thefts that Lexington police are now investigating.
Lexington police are taking a closer look at a well known auto accessories store that closed unexpectedly several weeks ago.
It's not quite noon and we're already four degrees above our average high in Lexington- this is a good sign for later today! We'll end up mostly to partly sunny, breezy and balmy Monday afternoon with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s.