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A string concert with dance on Friday by Bluegrass SCAPA called Concert for Peace will feature 26 angels created by visual art students, representing the teachers and students who died at Sandy Hook Elementary last December.
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
Should the government provide access to health care for everyone?
6 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
Wycliffe Gordon is based in New York, but he has lived in Lexington for about a year.
7 hrs ago | WKYT
The Kentucky man leaving giant tips at restaurants around the nation in the name of his late brother has struck in New Hampshire.
The Urban County Planning Commission approved plans Thursday for a second restaurant, near the shuttered Turfland Mall on Harrodsburg Road.
A Cup of Common Wealth coffee shop and four other businesses were burglarized within the last week, according to Lexington police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts.
T.V. Williams is a 5-foot-8, 148-pound three-star recruit. He needs to get stronger before college.
A former Blackburn Correctional Complex officer has been charged with rape and official misconduct over an alleged sexual relationship with an inmate.
No matter how empty the fridge and pantry, you can usually come up with a meal of canned tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches.
The University of Kentucky football coaching staff is expecting to host 20 players for official visits this weekend, but one name is missing from that list.
The acoUstiKats lineup on The Sing-Off, from left: Mason Stewart, Paducah; Banks Mattingly, Maysville; Patrick Banks, Frankfort; Charlie McManus, Fairfax, Va.; Jordan Lindsey, Paducah; Ross Hill, Lexington; Ron Wilbur, Austell, Ga.; Nick Johnson, Frankfort; Evan Jennings Pulliam, Lexington; Peter Gibbons, Lexington; Mike Owens, Louisville; and ... (more)
Amid the deepening gloom of layoffs from Eastern Kentucky coal mines, Rie Whitfield and Kathy Bianchi decided to light a candle rather than curse the darkness.
Lexington Police are requesting the assistance of the media and public to find Judy Jurgensen.
Judy Jurgensen. The 63-year-old walked away from Central Baptist Hospital at around 12:15 p.m. today, Wednesday December 11, 2013.
Kayla Whitney Sheppard, formerly of Lovely and Prestonsburg, and Seth Alexander Greer, formally of Jeremiah, both of whom currently reside in Lexington, are pleased to announce their Engagement and upcoming Wedding Day.
President Barack Obama's top health official is asking for an investigation into the administration's botched rollout of HealthCare.gov.
Officers say it appears somebody broke through the front doors of the Speedway on Tates Creek Road with a sharp tool early Wednesday.