Mayor Jim Gray revealed the historic courthouse dome at a news conference on Monday. The restoration of the dome is part of a $32 million public-private project restoring the Historic Courthouse on West Main Street.
Mary Miller, a Lexington native who works at Mill Ridge Farm and will judge for this year's Westminster Kennel Club dog show at Madison Square Garden, presents her current dogs: a dalmatian, Shelby, and two dachshunds, Suz and Wilbur.
Jennifer Nime Palumbo, news anchor for WKYT-TV, opens up about her story of being stalked in 2000 by a man with a gun in an unidentified vehicle. She is sharing what happened to her in support of Marsy's Law, a constitutional amendment that would strengthen the rights of victims of a crime.
Ebony G. Patterson is a world-renowned contemporary artist from Jamaica known for her mixed media works, who has also been teaching painting and mixed media at University of Kentucky’s School of Arts and Visual Studies since 2007.
Ben Carson, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, joined Gov. Matt Bevin and U.S. Rep. Andy Barr for a visit Thursday to the Hope Center's George Privett Recovery for Men Center on Loudon Avenue. Later in the day Carson visited the Scholar House in Louisville.
"We need to be smarter" about how we protect students and teachers, Gov. Matt Bevin said Thursday, but the solution isn't yet clear. Bevin addressed new school-safety legislation while touring the Recovery For Men Hope Center in Lexington.
U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, a Lexington Republican, says mental health issues need to be identified "before they end in tragedy." He responded to questions about the Marshall County High School shooting in Western Kentucky after touring the Recovery For Men Hope Center in Lexington.
Billy Fryer, director of training at the Fayette County Attorney Driver Education program, uses a modified Toyota Camry nicknamed the Skid Monster built to purposefully fishtail to show the three most common types of vehicle skids and a way to maneuver out of one.