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  • NEWS PHOTO GALLERIES

    Israeli-Palestinian conflict peace rally

    Supporters for the Palestinian cause gathered at a rally organized by The Council for Peace and Justice to call for peace in the Israel-Palestinian conflict near the Courthouse Square in Lexington, on Wednesday July 23rd, 2014. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff

  • HOMEPAGE VIDEOS

    Peace Rally

    Scenes from Wednesday's peace rally in front of Fayette Circuit Courthouse plaza calling for an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  • LIVING VIDEOS

    Country Boy cider

    Country Boy Brewing in Lexington is adding hard cider to its lineup, made from Apples from Evans Orchard in Georgetown. The ciders -- a sweet and a tart -- will debut Thursday, July 24, at the taproom on Chair Avenue.

  • UK SPORTS VIDEOS

    Commonwealth Stadium renovation

    The University of Kentucky's 41-year-old football stadium is undergoing a $110 million face lift that is projected to be finished in time for the start of the 2015 football season. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram

  • NEWS VIDEOS

    Surveillance video shows tractor-trailer's collision with train

    Surveillance video shows a train hitting a tractor-trailer, which burst into flames, at the entrance to Warner Fertilizer north of Somerset just after 3 p.m. Friday. The video was released by the Pulaski County sheriff's office. The explosion was caused by fuel. The truck appears just after the...

  • LATEST NEWS GALLERY

    Commonwealth Stadium renovation continues

    The University of Kentucky's 41-year-old Commonwealth Stadium is undergoing a $110 million face lift that is projected to be finished in time for the start of the 2015 football season. Photos by Charles Bertram | Staff

  • LIVING PHOTO GALLERIES

    SummerFest presents 'Little Shop of Horrors'

    SummerFest presents "Little Shop of Horrors" July 23-27 and July 30-Aug. 3 at the MoonDance at Midnight Pass amphitheater in Beaumont Circle. Visit mykct.org for more information.

  • SPORTS PHOTO GALLERIES

    Keeneland returns to dirt

    Employees with McGlone Construction have started putting down the first layer of dirt at the Keeneland race course. Keeneland recently removed 16,000 tons of Polytrack to enable the return of a dirt surface to the one and one-sixteenth mile track. McGlone will be putting down 19,000 tons of dirt ...

  • LATEST NEWS VIDEOS

    Keeneland returns to dirt

    Keeneland Race Course is returning to a dirt surface after several years of racing on a Polytrack surface. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram

  • NEWS VIDEOS

    Local skilled student can't get scholarship to UK

    Hannah Moore is part of a growing group of academically gifted students who can't consider UK, said her guidance counselor Robin Detring, as the state's flagship university shifts resources away from assisting low-income students and toward chasing top scholars.

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