Watch: Frustration as Poor People's Campaign has limited access to Kentucky Capitol
Jeremy Porter, a nonprofit director from Lexington, expressed frustration on Monday of him and others representing the Poor People's Campaign for the group's access into the Kentucky State Capitol building being limited to two people at a time.
Special collections librarian BJ Gooch recounts the story of two thieves attacking her to steal parts of the special collections at Transylvania University's library. The story was the feature of the film American Animals, directed by Bart Layton.
Jessica Hansford testifies Wednesday during the trial for the death of U.S. Marine Jonathan Price, recounting being robbed at gunpoint at the Newtown Court Quality Inn by the same men who supposedly shot, killed Jonathan.
Workers continued to demolish the bridge on Newtown Pike over New Circle Road Wednesday in Lexington. The interchange will be reconstructed at Newtown Pike and is expected to be completed by December 31, 2020.
Garden Club of Kentucky celebrates return of Nannine Clay Wallis' antique furniture to the Paris mansion she donated as the club's state headquarters. See it at a fund-raising tea and home and garden tour on June 23.
After a more than three hour hearing, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council voted to rezone approximately two acres on Tates Creek Road between Rebecca Drive and Albany Road from single-family residential to planned neighborhood residential.