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The Immunization Baby Book
Birthday party thrown for man with artificial heart
In icy weather, walk like a penguin
WKU students ride across America for Alzheimer's
North Lexington YMCA gets a new look
Adidas Kickoff Classic highlights
Interfaith community 'united in love' with local Jewish community
New firefighters graduate from training school
2017 high school football blooper reel
'The time chooses us.' Highlights from Lexington council's vote to move statues
Woman who says she was injured in Charlottesville speaks to Lexington council
'We still have work to do,' mayor says as council votes to relocate statues
Lester Walters, who is waiting for a heart donor after living with a Total Artificial Heart for nearly eight months at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, was thrown a party for his 60th birthday on July 21st with family, friends, and UK staffers in attendance.
"We must be adults today," Mayor Jim Gray said as the Urban County Council voted to relocate two Confederate statues from the old courthouse downtown. Watch highlights from the council meeting and vote.
Mayor Jim Gray reacted with the crowd inside the Urban County Government Center after a unanimous "yes" by all members of the Urban County Council to relocate two Confederate statues at the old courthouse.
After Lexington's city hall was filled to capacity during a council meeting to consider the removal of two Confederate statues from the old courthouse lawn, the overflow crowd held an impromptu rally In support of the removal on Main Street on Aug. 17, 2017.
Police Chief Mark Bernard advises "don't give them the attention they want" concerning potential protesters coming to town to protest against the relocation of two confederate statues located at the old courthouse building downtown.
Lexington Police and Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn were at a shooting Thursday morning in the Imperial Estates mobile home park on London Avenue. At least one person was shot, but neither the victim nor the shooter have been located.