The Lexington Fire Department has 23 different stations, most of which have a nickname identifying them by a unique aspect of the particular station. Check out some of these unique logos and see if you recognize any around town.
The 10th annual Lexington Pride Festival had events and entertainment scheduled all day in the downtown courthouse plaza area. Those in attendance conveyed messages of love, inclusiveness and awareness.
In the overnight hours of Thursday, May 18, two men were seen on surveillance video climbing the back fence near the clubhouse and entering the ballpark. The subjects were then seen entering two separate concession stands and taking cash drawers and drinks. The cash drawers were empty but are valued at several hundred dollars.
The first statue was installed at the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden with the image of the African-American Hall of Fame jockey overlooking the park and looking down the intersection of Third Street and Midland Avenue.
Dan Canon, a Louisville attorney who represents several people suing to overturn Kentucky's ban on medical marijuana, says the Kentucky Constitution guarantees a right to privacy and to be free of arbitrary police powers.
Amy Stalker says she had more control over her own health when she lived in Colorado, where marijuana can be legally prescribed as medicine. Stalker now lives in Kentucky, where medical use of marijuana is banned.