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    Former Lexington Mayor Pam Miller recalls the challenges of being mayor, including the 1994 shooting in which a white police office killed Tony Sullivan, an unarmed black teenager. In a recent interview with the Herald-Leader's Beth Musgrave, Miller talks about her history as a leader of Lexington.

Former Lexington Mayor Pam Miller recalls the challenges of being mayor, including the 1994 shooting in which a white police office killed Tony Sullivan, an unarmed black teenager. In a recent interview with the Herald-Leader's Beth Musgrave, Miller talks about her history as a leader of Lexington. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Former Lexington Mayor Pam Miller recalls the challenges of being mayor, including the 1994 shooting in which a white police office killed Tony Sullivan, an unarmed black teenager. In a recent interview with the Herald-Leader's Beth Musgrave, Miller talks about her history as a leader of Lexington. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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Confederate statue removed in downtown Lexington

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Take Back Cheapside activists react

What are the odds recreational pot is legalized in Kentucky? 'Not high' 0:31

What are the odds recreational pot is legalized in Kentucky? 'Not high'

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Oldest known Kentucky Association horseman visits Keeneland 0:36

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  • John Hunt Morgan statue taken down by crane

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