Posted: 10:49 AM The Columbus Zoo's recent additions include a monkey named after a quirky scientist character on the CBS comedy "The Big Bang Theory."
Posted: 9:34 AM Richie Farmer will now answer to federal a week earlier than expected.
Posted: 7:56 AM The Young Professional’s Committee of the Lexington Public Library Foundation announced the fundraiser, “Bluegrass & Bourbon,” will be Friday, April 26, starting at 5:00 p.m., at the Lexington Public Library, 140 East Main Street.
Updated: 10:40 PM A house fire sent heavy smoke and flames into the sky Tuesday night over Lexington.
Posted: 4:59 PM A former Lexington mayor is on the short list of people being considered to lead Georgetown College.
Updated: 7:18 AM Jane Beshear, a former teacher, will be among tens of thousands of volunteers who will distribute a half million paperbacks on Tuesday.
Updated: 4:27 PM In homes, they're a nuisance. In hotels, they're a business bust. Bed bug multiply in just a few short days, and are practically impossible to get rid of.
Posted: 4:12 PM Ben Isaacs said he's had a couple of issues with crime at his home on Niagara Drive. That's why he put up security cameras. Unfortunately, those cameras didn't catch the moment when he says someone shot his dog right in his backyard.
Posted: 10:22 AM A visit to Kentucky Children’s Hospital by riders in town to compete in the 2013 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and Kentucky Reining Cup.
Posted: 10:09 AM Charges have been filed in connection with a deadly crash that happend back in January.
Updated: 6:34 PM One man is dead and another is in jail after an argument turned deadly in Taylor County.
Updated: 8:12 AM On Friday, the First Federal Bank in Lexington was closed by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Posted: 10:49 PM The Dunbar High School band learned Thursday night it had been selected for the parade.
Posted: 5:52 PM Lexington Police need your help finding a woman they say is stealing things from cars at parks.
Updated: 6:48 AM The Council on Postsecondary Education has capped tuition increases at public colleges and universities at 3 percent.
Updated: 12:19 PM A global company cut the ribbon on their new Lexington location, bringing 250 jobs to the area.