Lexmark posts second quarter loss of $35.4 million

Lexington-based software and printing company, one of city’s biggest employers, reported a second-quarter loss, of 56 cents a share. Shareholders approved a $3.6 billion sale to Chinese investors that will close later this year at a value of $40.50 per share.

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Lexington couples who lost babies help others by donating Cuddle Cots

Cooling devices give families more time with their stillborn babies

One has been donated to Central Baptist Hospital

Couples say every moment spent with their little ones is a precious memory

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Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president

Hillary Clinton formally accepted the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday in Philadelphia, calling it "a moment of reckoning" for the country.
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Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president 5:51

Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president

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10-minute plays, explained in 10 seconds

Lexington Police to begin using body cameras 1:44

Lexington Police to begin using body cameras

Video shows Lexington airline passenger charged with attacking flight crew 1:40

Video shows Lexington airline passenger charged with attacking flight crew