As Lexington plans to build a new senior citizens center, the YMCA of Central Kentucky proposed on Tuesday a partnership in which the YMCA would build and operate four senior center facilities attached to YMCA locations in Fayette County.
His mug shot from German World War II prison camp Stalag-17B. A piece of barbed wire from that Austrian detention center where he nearly died.
Police have arrested a man, they say, robbed the same bank twice. Lexington Police have charged Frederick Miller, 40, with two counts of robbery.
A woman faces charges after, police say, she neglected a disabled man she was supposed to be taking care of.
A man who is wanted in Lexington on a murder charge is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday in Michigan.
The pageant will be at the University of Kentucky Singletary Center for the Arts.
The Young Achievers program honors fifth- and eighth-graders in Lexington who serve as positive role models for their peers, demonstrate exceptional achievement in different areas, exhibit good citizenship in their schools and communities and maintain satisfactory records of school attendance and scholastic achievements.
Police believe a crime ring has been responsible for multiple thefts over the past couple of months.
The roof of a gas station/convenience store on Loudon Avenue collapsed Monday night, just seconds after the two men working inside escaped.
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... We'll wrap up a night of cleanup as a slow moving storm downed trees and power lines, and caused more damage and flash flooding in Lexington.
A doctor who worked in pain clinics in Georgetown and Dry Ridge pleaded guilty Monday to a federal charge that he conspired to distribute and dispense oxycodone "outside the scope of professional practice and not for a legitimate medical purpose."
Ginny Ramsey, co-founder of the Catholic Action Center, said anyone who wants to donate computers, office equipment and supplies, items for the clothing bank, or household items or money can call 514-7210.
"It is full circle for me because it was watching films at the Kentucky in the late '70's, early 80s that made me want to be a filmmaker," Barnett said.
The Courier-Journal reports that Dr. Ardis Dee Hoven will be inaugurated Tuesday for a one-year term to lead the nation's largest physician organization.
Lexington: Starting Monday, temporary ramp closures are scheduled on Interstate 75 in Madison County for two weeks for maintenance work, the state Transportation Cabinet has announced.