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Inspectors from an international chemical weapons organization reviewed Blue Grass Army Depot’s chemical munititions last week.
Lexington and state government officials plus a private developer cut the ribbon Friday morning on new affordable housing for seniors. Oasis at Kearny Creek is situated off Georgetown Road outside of New Circle Road.
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- Today's Interview: EKU President On Biden Covid Vaccine Requirements, Full Hospitals, Tuition Discounts and Rural Medicine Scholarships
- Today's Interview: Baptist Health Richmond CMO Says Community Must Help Hospital Fight Covid
Kentucky lawmakers to consider omnibus anti-abortion bill
Beshear unveils new energy strategy without mentioning climate change
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This week’s edition focuses entirely on one of the ugliest of “Kentucky Uglies” - our state’s ranking among the worst in the nation for rates of intimate partner violence. We hear from domestic violence shelter directors, legal aid attorneys, a police detective, a 9-1-1 dispatcher and staff at the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence - all devoted to extending an often life-saving hand, shelter and a range of support to women and men who manage to escape the horror of a violent home.
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Kentucky Arts & Culture
Arts reporter Cheri Lawson says the pictures were taken by students from eastern Kentucky. An art exhibit featuring photos highlighting high cancer rates in Appalachian Kentucky is being featured at galleries in Lexington and Morehead.
There are more than 20 natural art installations throughout the forest. Arts in Nature Curator, Jenny Zeller says, while the giants are a high-light she encourages everyone to visit Spirit Nest, the newest art installation.
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The kickoff to Lexington’s Halloween event period shifts into high gear this weekend. The Freaky Friday Flick showing of Nightmare Before Christmas will run Friday night at Masterson Station Park and a Halloween Printmaking Workshop Saturday at the Carver School.
Dr. Malcolm Smith is a nationally recognized researcher in peer victimization and youth anger. Thursday he led two sessions at Lexington’s Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Conference.
Starting the second week of November, leaf vacuum trucks will again be rolling through Lexington neighborhoods.
Gender affirming care ‘vital’ for some Kentuckians
Business and the EconomyJob fair at the KFC Yum! Center seeks 150 workers
Ky. Supreme Court to decide if police need a warrant for real-time phone tracking
1,899 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky Wednesday, Oct. 20
The Bluegrass region, known for its picturesque rural landscape, now has garnered additional federal attention. Government officials believe it has educational and tourism implications.
The University of Kentucky is seeking information about the death of 18-year-old student Thomas “Lofton” Hazelwood. Hazelwood died Monday of suspected "alcohol toxicity" and was a member of FarmHouse Fraternity.
Lexington’s mayor and city council are asking Kentucky Utilities to rethink plans to clear cut more trees around electric transmission lines.
- 'Succession' recap, Season 3, Episode 2: The sibling summit and the Trojan horse
- James Michael Tyler, who played Gunther on 'Friends,' dies at 59
- Powerful storm brings heavy rain, flooding and mud flows to Northern California
- Pediatricians prepare for COVID-19 vaccine rollout for children
- Erdogan's motivations behind the move to expel ambassadors from Turkey
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