Allen Charles William Burgess, 25, of Lexington, Kentucky, was sentenced Friday to five years in prison in connection with the 2014 shooting death of 18-year-old Kieara Nicole Green, who was not the intended target.
A man was walking outside of the crosswalk in a middle turn lane of Winchester Road near Strader Drive when he was struck by a vehicle, police Lt. Matt Brotherton said. His injuries were not life-threatening.
Former President George H.W. Bush visited Kentucky many times because of his long friendship with William S. Farish III. Bush went to the Kentucky Derby and Keeneland, drove a tank, got a famous dog, Millie.
Lexington police horse Yoder could be released from an equine hospital Thursday and completely recover in one to two weeks after he became trapped in utility hole Tuesday night. The horse’s demeanor prevented more serious injury. Lexington firefighters, police and veterinarians freed the horse.
Lexington will lower speed limits from 35 to 25 on sections of several streets. The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council voted Tuesday to approve lowering the speed limits as pedestrian-related deaths increase.