Posted: 11:18 PM Julius Mays' eight points in overtime, including four clinching free throws in the final 33 seconds, helped Kentucky get the important victory it needed to bolster its NCAA tournament chances, beating Missouri 90-83 Saturday night.
Posted: 8:21 AM The Rotary Club of Lexington will hold its weekly meeting Thursday, February 28, at 12:00 p.m., at Fasig-Tipton, 2400 Newtown Pike. Jim Akers, Chief Operating Officer of the Blue Grass Livestock Marketing Group, will deliver the program.
Updated: 2:55 PM Crews are currently on the scene of a rollover accident on Winchester road just inside the Fayette County line.
Updated: 3:01 PM Lexington Center Corporation today announced the launch of its three redesigned websites with a contest to win two tickets to almost every event at Rupp Arena, the Lexington Opera House and the Lexington Center for a year.
Updated: 6:20 AM Lexington's Jif peanut butter plant will be getting more than $43 million in upgrades and will retain its 279 jobs.
Posted: 1:45 PM Lexington is getting ready for a possible blast of winter weather by pre-treating major streets and roads with salt brine.
Posted: 4:16 PM The state Legislature has given final approval for a $110 million renovation of the University of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium.
Updated: 1:46 PM Police have identified a man suspected of robbing a Lexington bank.
Posted: 2:47 PM The head of UK's opera program is interviewing for a job in North Carolina.
Updated: 8:13 AM The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation is hosting a benefit trail ride March 13 and 14 in conjunction with the Road to the Horse event being held at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena March 15-17, relocating to Kentucky in 2013 from Tennessee.
Posted: 5:36 AM A two-day music festival is being put together in Lexington.
Posted: 12:47 PM Spring Break art and science classes for Kindergarten – 8th grade April 1 – 5. A full-week of art and science. Partial and full-day options available.
Updated: 6:05 PM The eight-month long repaving project on US-60 started Monday. Officials say there will be road closures and delays while the project is being completed.
Posted: 9:54 AM Governor Steve Beshear today announced Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is expanding its Lexington facility, creating at least 75 new, full-time jobs by 2015 and investing more than $1.7 million in the project.
Updated: 11:10 PM Two men are accused of setting a fire that badly damaged a Lexington rental home, and the owner is left picking up the pieces.