Pearse Lyons, the Irish-born Kentucky billionaire who founded the international agribusiness and beverage giant Alltech and was the key figure in bringing the World Equestrian Games to Lexington in 2010, has died at age 73. A remembrance of his life and work, in photos.
Remembering Alltech's Pearse Lyons
Ray Jones expresses frustration with Senate budget bills
Sturgill Simpson, ‘a man of the people,’ honored at state Capitol.
'Please pray for my kids' who saw their brother murdered
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Train car pileup in Scott County is shown in drone video
Kentucky knew about Buffalo’s trash talk ahead of Saturday's game
Logan Tipton's mother, Heather Pujol Tipton, spoke Tuesday after a jury revealed its recommended 20-year sentence for admitted killer Ronald Exantus who was convicted in the assaults of Logan's sisters and father but found not guilty by reason of insanity in Logan's murder. Heather Pujol Tipton said her kids do not understand the verdict.
With the latest winter storm hitting on the first night of spring Tuesday, look back at the last significant storm that blanketed Lexington with about 8 inches of snow. The views were spectacular. Take a drive down Indian Mound Road with photographer Charles Bertram.
Two trains crashed and spilled cars sideways across tracks and on nearby hills in Scott County overnight. The derailment forced the temporary evacuations of nearby residents until authorities could assess if hazardous materials were dumped.
CJ Fredrick, a Covington Catholic senior who's signed with the University of Iowa, scored 18 points in the first half of CovCath's game against Fern Creek in the quarterfinals of the Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys' Sweet Sixteen basketball state tournament March 16, 2018, at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky.