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Public records, August 18 - The Advocate-Messenger

Jerry Saunders, 46, Nicholasville: first-degree possession controlled substance, meth amended to second-degree possession controlled substance, drug unspecified, 12 months, concurrent; possession drug paraphernalia, 12 months, concurrent; first-degree possession controlled substance, meth, one year;

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2018-08-18 10:12:11

Lexington PD looking for man in connection to shooting and robbery - ABC 36 News

On August 2, 2018 officers were dispatched to a home on Chelsea Woods Drive where a man had been shot in the leg. Through the course of the investigation, Whitaker-Blackburn and three other individuals were identified as suspects, two of which have already been located. They are still searching for

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Chris Johnson's Forecast | Stormy setup before a September feel takes over

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) -The weekend is wrapping up on a fairly nice note. While most stayed on the drier side of things, a few had to deal with some isolated downpours. The good news for tonight, everyone dries out as lows drop into the upper 60's. Once again, areas of patchy dense fog will develop.B

WKYT 27 - 2018-08-19 15:58:00

Tennessee fugitive in attempted murder case captured in Danville

DANVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) –A man is being held in the Boyle County Detention Center, waiting to be extradited to Tennessee to answer in an attempted murder case.

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The good, the bat and the rabies: Animal control encouraging anyone with a bat in their home to get it tested, but not all bats are bad news - The Advocate-Messenger

Palmer has lived on Broadway here in Danville for more than 70 years — since 1946. At one point, a contractor had found four bats living in her attic a few years back, which is a common occurrence. However, those familiar with the habits of bats say finding them inside of areas other than attics of

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2018-08-18 10:41:04

It’s not politics to seek fair review of a better city hall plan

For whatever reason, columnist Tom Eblen seems to want to turn my proposal for the new city hall project into a political cause, which could not be further from the truth. He alleges that I want to change the rules when, in fact, I simply want everyone to play by the same rules.

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2018-08-19 22:13:00

Jessamine County heads back to school - Jessamine Journal

Jessamine County Schools are now in session. We asked residents to send in pictures of their students heading back to the classroom Wednesday for another year here in Nicholasville and Wilmore. Don’t see your submitted photo here? Look for more back-to-school pictures in next week’s Jessamine Journa

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Special Olympics Kentucky holds annual Truck Pull - ABC 36 News

“It’s heavy,” explained Dennis Gaines, coach of the Lexington Hustlers, a Special Olympics softball team participating in the competition.

WTVQ - 2018-08-19 03:18:46

One new child care facility opening in Danville; another could be coming - The Advocate-Messenger

A Children’s Place, which provides child care for 135 kids and employs 28, is being closed by Ephraim McDowell Health at the end of August. Gospel Garden Learning Center plans to begin providing child care for up to 29 kids by late August or early September.

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‘Boring’ infrastructure provides strong foundations - The Advocate-Messenger

We take for granted the roads on which we drive, the pipe system that brings us our water and disposes of waste from our homes, the grid that provides us electricity and many other services integral to our quality of life.

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2018-08-18 10:15:16

How did Keeneland get the Breeders’ Cup again? By first proving the skeptics wrong.

So it is for the Keeneland Race Course, which played host to the 2015 Breeders’ Cup amid a sizable amount of skepticism from the Thoroughbred racing community at large. Was the facility big enough to handle the size of the crowd? Was the city sophisticated enough to handle the magnitude of the event

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2018-08-18 15:54:00

Fire closes New Circle Road for period of time Friday - ABC 36 News

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Lexington Fire Department was called out to a structure fire Friday morning on New Circle Road near the Golden Corral.The fire department says the fire was contained and put out quickly. They also say the outer loop of New Circle Road was closed for a period of time. The r

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Lexington 22-year-old inmate dies four days after arrest. Investigations start.

Bridgette Mae Hall was transferred to a nearby hospital when found unresponsive at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, according to a release from the jail. She died at 5:32 p.m. Thursday, the jail said.

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Volunteers remove trash from Kentucky River

LEXINGTON, Ky (WKYT) --Take a ride along the Kentucky River, and you're bound to see all kinds of trash floating on the surface."Ever year we clean up the Kentucky River because it gets litter and trash in it from the bank. It's really close to the expressway, so sometimes litter from cars end up in

WKYT 27 - 2018-08-18 14:51:00

Update: Lawrenceberg Schools on lockdown as police investigate report

LAWRENCEBURG, IN (FOX19) -A lockdown was ordered for the Lawrenceburg Schools Friday afternoon, according to Superintendent Karl Galey.Galey posted the announcement on social media just after noon on Friday.The superintendent said the lockdown was due to a report that the police are investigating.La

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Weed-killing poison found in popular cereals, oatmeal, granola and snack bars

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) -Popular oat cereals, oatmeal, granola and snack bars were found to come with a large dose of the weed-killing poison in Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide.The Environmental Working Group commissioned independent laboratory tests for glyphosate, an herbicide linked to cancer, on mor

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Harrodsburg officer's killer up for parole Tuesday

HARRODSBURG, Ky. (WKYT) -The man who shot Regina Nickles, the first female police officer in Kentucky to be killed in the line of duty, is up for parole Tuesday.

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Search for suspect in Nicholasville bank robbery - ABC 36 News

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Nicholasville police have released surveillance pictures of a suspect they say robbed a bank Wednesday morning.The robbery happened at the Citizens Commerce Bank on South Main Street around 11:30 a.m.- Advertisement -Police say the suspect walked in, showed a weapon and d

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Lexington choir teacher suspended following arrest on sexual abuse charges

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WDKY) - A Lexington teacher is on administrative leave following sexual abuse charges.Fayette County Schools confirms Thomas Steuart has been a choir teacher at Winburn Middle School.According to the arrest citation, Steuart would invite students to watch movies and swim at his home.

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Firefighters battle Lexington house fire early Thursday morning - ABC 36 News

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) — Firefighters say they were called to a house fire early Thursday morning on Deer Crossing Way, where they were able to get three people out safely.Fire crews say they were called to the home just before 4:30 this morning, after a man woke up to his home filled with smoke.- Ad

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