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Map glitch leads some Southern Lights visitors to wonder as they wander
Bob Barton stood near a sign that recently was placed at the entrance to Barton Brothers Farm off Lisle Road in Scott County.
4 hrs ago
CentrePointe's big reveal: Engineering firm to be office building's first tenant
An international engineering firm will occupy 21/2 floors of the CentrePointe office building, company and city officials announced Tuesday.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Some Of The Stories You'll See Tonight On LEX 18 News At 11... December 17, 2013
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... Hanah Mordoh reports live from the scene with new details about a suspect still on the loose... after a woman was car-jacked at a Lexington gas station and sexually assaulted.
Woman who was kidnapped at Lexington gas station was assaulted, police say
This is a security camera image of one of two men that Lexington police are seeking for information about a kidnapping early Tuesday morning.
Mary and Joseph procession in Lexington calls attention to political issues
Seth Gladding, 8, as Joseph, leads Welsh pony "Diamond" with his sister Maggie Gladding, 9, as Mary, aboard during "Looking For Home Procession" in the form of a Latin America posada on in Lexington, Ky., Tuesday, December 17, 2013.
Gabriel, Kerchner win Bluegrass Sports Awards
The Bluegrass Sports Commission on Tuesday named two more award winners who will be honored during its annual Bluegrass Sports Awards ceremony on Jan. 29. Dick Gabriel will receive the Tom Hammond Kentucky Sports Media Award.
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Big tipper gives Newport waitress $500, fulfilling late brother's wish
A Kentucky man on a mission to honor his late brother's memory surprised a Newport waitress Saturday with a $500 tip.
Lexington police say woman was car jacked at gun point
Lexington Police are looking for a suspect who they say car jacked a woman at gunpoint and sexually assaulted her.
UK wins grant to study obesity, heart disease
The University of Kentucky has landed an $11.3 million federal grant to support research on two health issues plaguing the state -- obesity and cardiovascular disease.
Lexington wisely attaches conditions to support for TIFs
Heavy excavation equipment has been moved onto the CentrePointe block in downtown Lexington; on Sunday concrete construction barricades, above, were installed around the site.
Ky. voices: Ryan L. Sharp says don't waste opportunity at Boone Creek
When it took root more than 150 years ago, the idea of conservation and preservation was to set aside lands to deter the industrial engine's march forward.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
KY lawmaker says governor should get health insurance through state exchange
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Ky. Gov. Steve Beshear has been a very vocal supporter of the Affordable Care Act, but now one lawmaker wants him to put his health insurance where his mouth is.
Park Community plans to change charter, expand in Lexington area
Park Community Federal Credit Union is seeking approval from state and federal regulators to convert to a state charter and expand its operations in the Lexington area.
Kentucky state Rep. Jesse Crenshaw of Lexington won't seek re-election
Veteran Democratic state Rep. Jesse Crenshaw of Lexington said Monday he won't seek re-election next year, creating instant interest in replacing him in the legislature.
Lexington nonprofit launches new mortgage program for potential home buyers
Potential home buyers who haven't qualified for traditional mortgages might be eligible for a new loan program unveiled Monday by a Lexington nonprofit.
Lexington rises sharply in annual index of U.S. cities based on job growth
The Milken Institute's 2013 Best-Performing Cities Index ranked U.S. metropolitan areas by how well they are creating and sustaining jobs and economic growth.
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Hiker Rescued After Fall At Red River Gorge
TV reports rescue crews worked for hours on Saturday to rescue the man, who suffered life-threatening injuries.
Business awards: Week of Dec. 16
GreenHouse17 of Lexington has been recognized by the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, Kentucky's state association of charities, as recipient of the 2013 Innovative Nonprofit Award.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Stallion Zanjero Sold to Turkish Interests
The sale was confirmed by trainer Murat Sancal, who is keeping Zanjero in quarantine for 30 days at his Sancal Racing at Elmedorf Farm near Lexington.
Barriers go up at CentrePointe block in preparation for initial site work
Crews installed concrete construction barricades around the CentrePointe block on Sunday as prep work began at the site in downtown Lexington.