Apr 6, 2014
Stamping Ground residents remember 1974 tornado
Forty years ago, on April 3 and 4, 1974, the greatest tornado outbreak in U.S. history took place, stretching from the Deep South to the Great Lakes.
Memories of 1974 tornadoes still fresh for many Stamping Ground residents
The Stamping Ground Public Library still stands but is heavily damaged on April 4, 1974 after a tornado moved through the Scott County community April 3, 1974.
Survivors remember how they weathered '74 tornado super outbreak
The tornadoes killed 77 people and caused over $100 million in damage, leading state officials to call it the worst storm disaster in state history.
Lexington officer pleads guilty, apologizes for confrontation with teen soccer referee
A Lexington police officer pleaded guilty to an amended charge and apologized in open court Thursday to the family of a 13-year-old soccer referee with whom he had a confrontation last year.