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Pit bull kills other pets in neighborhood

Updated: 11/09/2011 - A gruesome discovery in a backyard today after animal control officials say a pit bull got into a fenced-in area and killed two pet goats. The goats were being kept near a home on Trent Boulevard in Lexington. Investigators think the pit bull wandered off from home several blocks away.

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Prive' Med Spa Open House

Posted: 11/09/2011 - Privé Med Spa is passionate about skin care and bringing to its clients achievable, believable beauty.

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Lexington woman's home burns

Updated: 11/08/2011 - "When I got home, I came in and the bed was on fire and I said "Oh my God, I got a fire!'" says Nancy Jane Green. Green says she had just come home from church when she discovered the flames tearing through the bedroom.

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Home damaged in fire

Posted: 11/08/2011 - The fire broke out just before noon Tuesday on East Seventh Street in Lexington.

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Ground broken for UK green energy research building

Updated: 11/08/2011 - The building, under construction at Research Park Drive, off Iron Works Pike in Lexington, will create new and environmentally sound ways of converting coal and coal biomass into liquid fuel.

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Low voter turnout expected

Posted: 11/08/2011 - The state predicts a 25 to 28-percent voter turnout, but Fayette County Clerk Don Belvins expects turnout to be about 40-percent in Lexington.

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Names of crash victims released

Updated: 11/08/2011 - Brenda Creech, 59, of Lily died when the van she was driving crossed the center line of Kentucky 192.

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Arrest made for shooting outside bar

Updated: 11/07/2011 - Lexington Police announced Monday that they have charged 22-year-old Demetrius "Demetrics" L. Flynn with two counts of assault.

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Central Kentucky woman baking up Sweet Blessings

Updated: 11/04/2011 - A birthday, each of us have one and its our special day, but for some children a birthday party isn't always possible. A Central Kentucky woman decided that was unacceptable and left her job to make sure children who are less fortunate have a cake for blowing out candles. Ashley Boyd Gann started a non profit called Sweet Blessings that provides birthday cakes to less fortunate children.

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