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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
Community holds annual East End Family Reunion - ABC 36 News
“A lot of times neighborhoods like this get bad stipulations and think it’s all about violence, and I think events like this highlight that there’s so much more to these people and their community,” said Carama.
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.
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.
Cane sword used in Lexington bar fight
Kevin Jackson, 62, is charged with carrying a concealed deadly weapon and two counts of assault.
Lexington police investigating jail inmate's death
Hall, 22, was booked in the Fayette County Detention Center Sunday and charged with DUI, reckless driving and drug possession.
Arts, entertainment on tap at revitalized Distillery District in Lexington, Ky.
Approaching the Distillery District from downtown Lexington, Ky., motorists are taken aback by the large black-and-red mural depicting what looks to be — depending on your perspective — a demented scuba diver, a man wearing a gas mask or, more menacingly, a prison inmate flashing what may or may not
Abandoned Lexington home burns in early morning fire
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) –Lexington firefighters are letting a house burn after it caught fire early Saturday morning.Firefighters say it started around 1:00 a.m. at an abandoned house on Russell Cave Road.Officials say the home is located out of the way on a grown-over dirt road, and has been abandone
Lexington Art League announces hiring of Matt Collinsworth as interim executive director - KyForward.com
The Lexington Art League Board of Directors announces the hiring of a new interim executive director, Matt Collinsworth. His hiring is a key component of the Lexington Art League’s budgetary and strategic planning processes, which will include input from key stakeholders across the community and con
This is the Lexington studio where stars like Steve Zahn go to do voice-over work
But there are no lights or camera in this studio, though Zahn is working on the National Geographic channel’s “Valley of the Boom,” a docudrama series about the 1990s tech bubble that co-stars Bradley Whitford (“The West Wing”) and Lamorne Morris (“New Girl”). Neither of his co-stars are around eith
High School Highlight Reel (8-17-18) - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – It’s back! High school football kicked off across the Commonwealth Friday night.
Here is how a Lexington restaurant undergoes a health inspection
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) -After the Fayette Mall food court temporarily closed a few weeks ago because of a norovirus outbreak, WKYT wanted to follow Lexington inspectors as they give a restaurant a health score."People are eating here. It's like they're eating at my house. They're eating our food. I w
BREAKING NEWS: Lexington Fire on the scene of a floor collapse; at least 2 people trapped - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington Fire Department is on the scene of what they say is a floor collapse in a building off Westland Drive. They tell us two people are trapped inside.We are working on learning which building this collapse happened in. We will continue to update you as we learn more info
Structure fire shuts down part of New Circle Road
You Could be Saving Hundreds of Dollars on Medical Expenses. Here’s Why.SponsoredCane sword used in Lexington bar fight2 injured after 'significant' floor collapse inside Lexington buildingStructure fire shuts down part of New Circle RoadPerson dies after Interstate 75 wreck in Laurel CountyLexingto
Sheriff: Arrest made after woman forges signatures, opens loan account
According to a citation from the Sheriff’s Office, back in November of 2017, 32-year-old Tiffany Nunnelley opened a loan account at Personal Finance on Merchant Drive using someone else’s social security number, name, and personal information.
Keeneland to host 2020 Breeders' Cup - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) –Keeneland will be the host of the 2020 Breeders’ Cup. The Breeders’ Cup will take place Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7.
Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Storms keep rolling across Kentucky
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WDKY) - The steady and heavy nature to the rain will pick up again today. Several rounds of showers & storms are lining up and blasting the region!
Woman injured after gunshots fired into Lexington apartment
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) -Lexington Police say a woman is recovering after she was shot in inside an apartment.It happened just before 1:00 a.m. on Wednesday, on Cambridge Drive.Police say someone fired at least one shot into the apartment, hitting the woman in the hand.They say the incident might be r
Lexington riders took nearly 7,500 trips on Spin bikes in first month
Since the end of June, about 7,500 Lexington residents have taken a “spin” using the city’s new bike-share program. They’ve logged 7,482 trips and traveled more than 6,000 miles on Spin bikes, according to data released by the city.Scott Thompson, bicycle and pedestrian coordinator for the area Metr
Lexington’s Distillery District gets a new lease on life
Approaching the Distillery District from downtown Lexington, Ky., motorists are taken aback by the large black-and-red mural depicting what looks to be — depending on your perspective — a demented scuba diver, a man wearing a gas mask, or more menacingly, a prison inmate flashing what may or may not