2 hrs ago
Florida fugitive arrested in Lexington
U.S. Marshals converged on the home on Squires Road Thursday morning looking for 30-year-old Jerrick Bartee.
6 hrs ago
Driver charged with DUI after crash involving Lexington police car
Officer Eddie Thurman had stopped one motorist for driving the wrong way in an outbound lane of Broadway, Lexington police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said.
6 hrs ago
Anthony is back, with Fat Burgers
If you're in the mood for a simple, freshly made hamburger, you'll want to try Anthony's Fat Burgers.
7 hrs ago
Hats abound at UMC fundraiser
The Mad Hatter's Luncheon Saturday, at the combined UMC churches in Apalachicola, drew fun-loving array of participants to put on their best hats and support the youth of the community.
9 hrs ago
Cynthiana man dies in Lexington hospital after being struck by car
A pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle earlier this week in Cynthiana has died at a Lexington hospital, Fayette County authorities said Thursday.
13 hrs ago
Alltech Names Australian, Brazilian Students Its Young Scientist Winners
ALLTECH NAMES AUSTRALIAN, BRAZILIAN STUDENTS ITS YOUNG SCIENTIST WINNERS May 23, 2013 Source: Alltech news release Two students have received the distinction of Alltech Young Scientist for research demonstrating an exceptional awareness of science and its role in shaping the future of agriculture.
Wed May 22, 2013
Merlene Davis: Faith group works to get identification for ex-offenders
When I attended the 10th Annual Nehemiah Action Assembly back in April, I found myself wondering why the faith community continued to push for social change that politicians weren't delivering.
Oklahoma Tornado Victims to be Served Dinner Tonight by Fazolia s and Feed The Children
"It has also stretched the financial resources of our organization, especially since it occurred just before the summer months when the need for hunger assistance increases because schools are out and breakfast and lunch programs end." Working in partnership with Feed The Children, members of Fazoli's Oklahoma Breadstick Brigade will serve warm ... (more)
Lexington restaurant reopens after reinspection
Owners of Yamamoto Japanese Grill on Tiverton Way, met with Health Dept. officials today and the restaurant was reinspected.
Lexington police officers plan volunteer trip to Oklahoma
Lexington police officers, firefighters and other volunteers are heading to Oklahoma next week to help emergency workers in tornado relief efforts.
Police search for 400-pound iron door stolen from Hunt-Morgan House
An iron door from the prison that once held Gen. John Hunt Morgan has gone missing, and a Lexington historic group is seeking the public's help to find it before it gets scrapped.
Clark Montessori seniors Janay Wright-Parks, Brea Lowe and Alexa Grace decide where they will attend school and continue their athletic career.
WBKO-TV Bowling Green
Intoxicated Man Has Boy, 11, Drive Him Home
A Richmond man apparently realized he was too drunk to drive, so he tapped a designated driver - an 11-year-old boy.
KY water treatment plant honored for engineering efforts
Gannett Fleming and Kentucky American Water received a Grand Honor Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies of Kentucky 2013 Engineering Excellence Awards program for design and construction of the Kentucky River Station II Water Treatment Plant in Owenton, Ky.
Tue May 21, 2013
Merlene Davis: University of Kentucky grad pushing hard for empowerment program
School, corporate and community leaders have been energized by Manchester Bidwell Corp.'s accomplishments, but work toward bringing something similar to Lexington has not been publicly noticeable.
UK researchers testing product that can freshen breath, lower cholesterol
A Texas company that recently opened a Lexington office thinks it has hit upon a winning mouthwash combination.
Mon May 20, 2013
Alltech could double beer production with planned expansion
Alltech founder Pearse Lyons said Monday that the Nicholasville-based nutrition company was pressing forward with plans to expand its brewery in Lexington.
Real Clear Politics
Republican Wolves Have Yet to Draw Blood
The thing people often forget about the story of the boy who cried wolf was that, at the end of the day, there was a wolf.
Sun May 19, 2013
Land deal to create HealthFirst's new clinic raises questions
When HealthFirst Bluegrass announced the clinic space on 496 Southland Drive, well-known Lexington real estate broker Ken Silvestri praised the $625,000 property as having proper zoning and plenty of parking.