Posted: 4:11 PM Make Yourself Necessary.com’s National Pet Month Campaign in Lexington, Kentucky brings together local business in support of local animal shelters.
Updated: 10:54 PM Lexington Police, and Commonwealth's Attorney Ray Larson, are at the scene of a violent crash on New Circle Road.
Posted: 1:00 PM The Lexington based Italian restaurant chain is hiring after record sales.
Posted: 9:13 AM A federal appeals court has upheld the convictions of two former attorneys convicted for scamming clients out of $94.6 million.
Updated: 11:02 PM A single mother looking for a side job to do at home finds herself in the red after a scam took thousands-of-dollars from her bank account.
Updated: 11:32 PM Sunday marked two years since Lexington Police Officer died in the line of duty.
Updated: 7:16 PM Police are investigating after a man fell from a downtown Lexington parking garage on Friday night.
Updated: 10:47 PM Keeneland's spring meet is now in the history books and track officials say it set some new records.
Updated: 6:06 PM There's a battle brewing over eating downtown. Food truck vendors want to roll into Lexington but not everyone is embracing the idea.
Updated: 10:58 PM It's a move they say will make Lexington safer.
Updated: 9:22 PM A central Kentucky woman is suing a dentist, accusing him of dropping a small screwdriver down her throat that later required surgery to remove.
Updated: 6:42 PM A bullet came only inches away from a man's head late Thursday night while he was inside his Lexington apartment.
Updated: 10:52 PM Thanks to a neighbor, firefighters say they were able to keep a fire from destroying a Lexington home.
Posted: 9:46 PM A restaurant chain is putting up the "Help Wanted" sign.
Updated: 9:41 PM Authorities say passengers aboard a Delta Airlines flight from Detroit were kept from disembarking in Chicago for about three hours after one person was suspected of carrying a disease.
Posted: 9:37 PM A toilet paper fire inside a school bathroom caused some smoke damage and forced students from their classrooms on Thursday afternoon.
Updated: 7:02 PM Police say a group of teens led them on a chase, and hit several cars along the way.
Posted: 10:18 AM A man and a three-month old baby ended up in the hospital after a crash.
Posted: 9:35 AM The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that guns and other deadly weapons may be stored in a car's glove compartment while on a college campus in the state.
Updated: 11:05 PM After a week of waiting, a Lexington family is finally told it's okay to go home, but they still don't feel quite at home after the mercury spill.
Updated: 7:21 PM Lexington Police say Clays Mill Road is back open after an earlier gas leak.
Posted: 2:08 AM Milling and paving will shut down East High Street Wednesday between Clay and Kentucky Avenue, near Woodland Park.
Updated: 7:40 PM It's a game that not only comes with a price for those that play, but also to the taxpayers within the city of Lexington. Now at least one Fayette County council member says he believes the annual expense is too high for a city already sacrificing so much.
Posted: 3:53 PM Midway, Ky.- Midway College is pleased to welcome Robert Lakes as its new Director of the McKee Campus. Lakes brings with him nearly three decades of working with students in the education field.