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Officer Jeff Brangers and the dog's owner, Brian Geary, met for a few hours Friday morning and reached an agreement, said Rand Marshall, assistant county attorney for Scott County.
Van Deren Coke took many photos along Georgetown Street on his way into work as president of Van Deren Hardware Co.
Broadway Buddies participants looked over props as they toured the set of The Miracle Worker at the Lexington Opera House on Thursday.
In accordance with state law, a horn notification system will sound and traffic will be shut down five minutes before the blast.
Carol Vaughan exchanges an emotional farewell with Kroger employee Kathryn Lange, left, on the final day of business at the Kroger's on Euclid Ave., which opened in 1976, in Lexington, Ky., Saturday, March 15, 2014.
Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital in Lexington, KY has immediate openings for Full-time Registered Nurses.
After pleading guilty to murder, 20-year-old Edgar Vieyra was sentenced to life in prison on Friday, for his role in the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend's father, Librado Romero, two years ago.
Federal agents say in court documents that they believe 22-year-old William Collin Bordt of Lexington also may have posted threats to a former employer and a politician in South Carolina.
Florida Georgia Line are stepping up to the plate with their newly-announced tour, This Is How We Roll Summer Series 2014.
A Richmond man will be arraigned in Fayette District Court Friday afternoon on charges that he raped a woman while posing as a police officer.
Kentucky softball team continues eight-game road swing with three-game set in Columbia, Mo.
During the Philharmonic's latest concert, music director Scott Terrell announced a gift I have made to the orchestra that I am told, at $150,000, is the largest individual gift to the annual fund in the orchestra's history.
The Broadway Buddies program is back at the Lexington Opera House. The children learn about theatre etiquette, and stage craft, and they get to take a backstage tour.
The Kentucky House voted Thursday night to approve the state's $20.3 billion, two-year spending plan and forward it to the Senate, with 15 days remaining in the 60-workday legislative session.
A bill that would further deregulate telephone service in Kentucky breezed through a House committee Thursday amid intense lobbying by AT&T, which crafted it.