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Lexington couple celebrates 75th Wedding Anniversary with drive-by parade

Richard and Cora Briscoe were married June 28, 1945.

Lexington kicks off July with plenty to do

Mark the calendar ow for some things to do.

Commerce Lexington to honor small businesses

Nominations due in early August.

Pride of Place LGBTQ history tour launches in Lexington

A self-guided walking tour, showing historic landmarks of Lexington's LGBTQIA*+ history, kicked off downtown Thursday.

Additional Lexington COVID-19 testing sites open

Testing now in Cardinal Valley

Police department door glass cracked after being kicked

Incident not protest related: Police

Lexington police search for juvenile suspect after chase

Chase ended near Rupp Arena.

Lexington foster care initiative gets national recognition

Goal is to keep two dozen kids out of homelessness

Lexington Libraries now accepting returns

Items will be cleaned before being checked out again

Gas prices across region hover at $2

Demand slows, putting limit of price hikes

Group shows support for police Sunday

A small group showed their support Sunday morning for Lexington Police outside headquarters on East Main Street.

Tributes roll in for Carol Barr, wife of Congressman Andy Barr

Congressman Andy Barr's office says his wife, Carol, died unexpectedly Tuesday at the Barr family home. 
Prices at the Gas Pump

Increased demand driving up gas prices

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Just like Americans across the country, Kentuckians are filling up at the pump more and more. Despite the increased demand,...

16th annual Father’s Day family event set for Saturday

Father’s Day Family Event to take place at Douglass Park

‘Breaking the Bronze Ceiling’ statue gets $20,000 grant

Work to begin in late summer

LexArts raising funds to finish mural project at Health Department

LexArt is raising funds to finish a mural project put on hold by coronavirus. 

Several LGBTQ groups join Lexington Black Lives Matter protest

Several LGBTQ groups joined Lexington protests Thursday night in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. 

Family loses everything in fire, including special needs equipment

Fire investigators are looking into what started an early-morning fire that heavily damaged a Lexington apartment complex. It happened at Walnut Hill Apartments in the 37 hundred block of Trent Circle. Soraya Moberly got a call at 2 Thursday morning. It was the start to a tough piece in an already emotional day. She also had to attend her best friend's funeral.

New tour will bring Lexington LGBTQ history to life

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - A new walking tour and related materials will bring the history of Lexington's LGBTQ movement to life. Faulkner Morgan Archive, Inc.,...

UPDATE: Georgetown Rd, Citation Blvd open after crash, fluid leak

KYTC: Police are on scene directing traffic as needed

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