The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association announced May 16 that it will hold a Thoroughbred Breeding Clinic in Lexington May 31-June 2. Sponsored by Blood-Horse Publications, the clinic will advise on topics including planning a mating, conformation, foal registration, equine nutrition, pasture management, foaling, and farm management.
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.-Thanks to a multi-year university project and an acquisition, Dallmann Systems is opening a second office in Lexington, Ky., and is expanding business in this region.
Kentucky lost top recruit Andrew Wiggins to Kansas Tuesday, but the Wildcats still have the best class in the country and figure to start next season ranked Number One by many.
Complaints from Pimlico Apartments tenants affected by a mass relocation has prompted the Urban County Council to question how the Lexington Housing Authority is handling the move.
Craig Hipsher of Benton, Ky., weighed a five-bass limit totaling 20 pounds, 15 ounces Saturday to win the Bass Fishing League LBL Division tournament on Lake Barkley.
But that doesn't matter a bit on Thursday evenings as Rhyne, a board member for the new Team Lex Volleyball league, Lexington's first gay volleyball organization, gamely tries to learn the basics of setting the ball.
A Lexington man was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without parole after pleading guilty to the 2010 shooting death of his former business partner.
We'll have the latest on the sentence given to James Kelley. And - it will feel like mid-June rather than mid-May in the Bluegrass over the next several days.
Authorities in Jessamine County say a man drowned in a creek when the horse he was riding fell in it.
The University of Kentucky will buy the Lexington Theological Seminary's 7-acre campus on South Limestone for $13.5 million, officials announced late Monday.
Mark Adam Cave, accused of beating his mother to death and hiding her body, struggled to stay composed Monday when he took the witness stand during his trial for murder.
In February 2012, conservative activist Eric Wilson of Georgetown began claiming in news releases that the IRS was delaying his group's application for special tax status by asking personal questions.
Owner Tom Post said Monday that he wants customers to "have the most fabulous dinner that they would ever have." Translation: This won't be a beans-and-cornbread kind of place.
A Georgetown man was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison for the 2010 crash deaths of a Lexington couple.
A man convicted in the DUI deaths of two people in Scott County back in 2010 was sentenced in the case Monday.