'It’s just heartbreaking.' Rep. Andy Barr responds to school shooting
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
Lexington's Division of Water Quality is seeking volunteers to participate in sampling the water quality of Lexington creeks. They will be holding a training session on Tuesday, August 21 to train volunteers on how to collect water samples.
Fayette County school buses hit the road Monday for a dry run. Over 240 buses were driven on their regular morning and evening routes. 285 buses are used to transport about 20,000 students. School starts Wednesday.
Fayette Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Kimberly Baird reacts to long robbery sentences for Quincinio Canada and Dawan Mulazim, and discusses retrying Mulazim in the murder of a Marine in Lexington and the wounding of his wife.
Alfred Rawls, a former University of Kentucky running back who now delivers for FedEx in downtown Lexington, was recorded pushing a man in a wheelchair out of traffic. Rawls worked for 22 years at the Fayette County jail before working for FedEx.
Two days before Christmas in 2014, Marine Adam Weber married Lyndsey Childers at Coba Cocina in Lexington. After other wedding plans fell through, a last-minute decision to marry at the restaurant occurred while Weber was on leave.
A trailer on a truck hauling vehicles caught fire on southbound Interstate 75 Friday morning about the same time authorities were dealing with downed trees from a storm. The interstate was closed for a few hours and traffic was stopped for miles.
Strong storms knocked down multiple trees along southbound Interstate 75 between Fayette and Madison counties. A truck carrying vehicles also caught fire. All lanes were closed for clean up. The traffic eventually backed up for miles.
Pat Ryan, former president of Lexington Lions' Club, explains how the club uses money from the annual Bluegrass Fair to help 'beat' diabetes like he did. A group of kids with the disease will get a free visit Wednesday.
Very long lines formed quickly at Fayette and other malls across the country for the special promotion that allowed customers to pay as little as $1 for Build-A-Bear's fuzzy make-your-own friends. The company closed the lines to further patrons.