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Police search for man who robbed Lexington couple at gunpoint

Updated: 07/20/2014 - Lexington police say a man forced a couple out of their car, robbing them at gunpoint in front of their apartment home Saturday night. One man is trying to reclaim the neighborhood on Hollow Creek Road with a little exercise and a lot of prayer.

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Kentucky's longest-serving inmate hopes for parole

Updated: 07/19/2014 - Kentucky's longest-serving prison inmate is hoping a new program aimed at granting medical parole to some infirmed prisoners will set him free after 54 years behind bars.

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2014 BB&T Hospice Heroes Announced

Posted: 07/18/2014 - (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Many people have worked tirelessly throughout Hospice of the Bluegrass’ 36-year history to ensure end-of-life care is available to everyone who needs it. The 2014 Class of BB&T Hospice Heroes were recognized at a celebration on June 20 at the Keeneland Sales Pavilion.

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20 years have passed since Trent DiGiuro murder

Updated: 07/18/2014 - It’s a murder case that grabbed attention across the country. Thursday marked 20 years since UK football player Trent DiGiuro was killed outside his Lexington home.

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WKYT Investigates: 'The Great Divide' over school redistricting

Updated: 07/18/2014 - A group of neighborhood parents showed up to the last Fayette County redistricting forum with red shirts and the name of their subdivision, Stuart Hall, printed on the front. "Our neighborhood is suffering. Our neighborhood is broken over this issue," explained Andrea McGuire.

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1st Annual Planting Seeds For The Future Skate/Walk for Inner-City Youth Programs

Posted: 07/17/2014 - Lexington, KY. -- The East End Family Reunion Coalition and the Center for Families and Community Services would like to invite community members to plant a seed for the future by joining the 1st Annual Planting Seeds for the Future Skate/Walk on August 9, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. The start location is Charles Young Community Center, 540 East Third Street. All proceeds will be used to establish programs at Charles Young Community Center that significantly improves the educational and developmental outcomes of the children living in the inner-city of LFUC. The proposed programming will include afterschool supplemental academic support to help children meet state and local academic standards in school, as well as activities that promote physical development, such as skating. Our overall goal is to encourage children to reach their fullest potential and foster a sense of pride and comradery.

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Alabama predicted to win SEC title

Posted: 07/17/2014 - No surprise that Alabama was picked to win the SEC Championship and the leagues Western Division Title. South Carolina is the pick in the East, while the voters at the SEC Media Days, predicted Mark Stoops young Cats would be last in the SEC East.

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