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Dec. 07 -- Lexington is now one of two Kentucky cities with its own economic development fund to keep and attract jobs.
Students posed questions to state Senate candidates at a forum at the University of Kentucky on Dec. 5. Independent Richard Moloney, left on stage, and Democrat Reginald Thomas, center, are eligible for a pension boost if elected.
Julie Bombria went to her job as waitress Wednesday night and came home with an 'awesome' tip of $500 for serving a table of 8. According to Yahoo! News on Dec. 6, Bombria never expected to have the night she had working at Friendly's restaurant in Springfield, Vt.
Less than 50 miles from Lexington, the beauty and majesty of the Eastern Kentucky mountains start to come into focus along the Mountain Parkway.
Amy Lane Storner of Lexington will be the student speaker for Morehead State University's Fall Commencement on Saturday, Dec. 14. During the ceremony that begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Academic-Athletic Center, MSU President Wayne D. Andrews will confer degrees on 683 graduate and undergraduate students.
Rick and Kathy Jones' house will be featured in the Woodford Holiday Homes Tour.
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A Winter Storm Warning & Winter Weather Advisory have been issued for our area. Rain will transition over to freezing rain and sleet this afternoon.
The first punch from our winter storm is being thrown our way today as a nasty mixture of rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow works across the region.
Lexington police confirm a suspect in a Lexington pharmacy robbery has been arrested in Woodford County.
The Urban County Council is considering extending a pilot program to allow food trucks in certain areas of downtown Lexington.
The Barrel House Distilling Co., foreground, and the old Pepper Distillery are two of the major structures of Lexington's Distillery District along Manchester Street on Lexington's west side.
Lexington police, much like the city's street and utility crews, are aware of early forecasts for a winter blast reminiscent of the 2003 ice storm.
Richard Moloney, an independent candidate in Tuesday's special election in Lexington for the state Senate, questions the trustworthiness of his Democratic opponent, Reginald Thomas, in a mailer sent to voters this week.