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Last week, the defense attorney filed a motion to suppress any statements made by Daniel Greis to Kenton County Sheriff's Deputy Curtis Bush while at... [Read More]
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The entertainment community honored George Clooney, who was the recipient of the 46th AFI Life Achievement Award, the organization's highest honor for a career in... [Read More]
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Kentucky doctor Stephen P. Meese had his license restricted after allegedly making sexually inappropriate comments to a female patient before and after her surgery. [Read More]
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A London Walmart employee who was reported missing Monday afternoon was murdered by her daughter and son-in-law, police said. Her co-workers alerted police that she... [Read More]
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Recounting the horrific, prolonged death of her 5-year-old stepsister, Alex, the lone witness pleaded with Kentucky parole board members Monday to keep the killer, her... [Read More]
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Tests conducted on the more than 90-acre Peninsula development on Squires Road confirmed asbestos in old water pipes stored on the Lexington site once owned... [Read More]
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Kentucky Department of Highways District 7 crews gathered at the Kentucky Horse Park Tuesday for the annual road workers "Olympics" known as the Equipment Roadeo. [Read More]
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In a rare break from Donald Trump, U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, R-Lexington, said there should be legislation to keep families together at the border. His... [Read More]
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A woman with stage 4 lung cancer was found dead six days after going missing from her Covington home. Investigators believe her painkillers may have... [Read More]
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"American Animals" director says he was attracted to the story of the robbery of rare books from the Transylvania University special collections library because the... [Read More]
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The Peach Truck will be in town on Saturday at the Lexington Ice Center. Fresh peaches are sold by the 25-pound box. [Read More]
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A medical sales rep from Somerset who now lives in Bowling Green will compete on the 20th season of Big Brother in late July. Winston... [Read More]
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Gwenda Bond's new project, debuting August 1, pairs a new novel with a podcast about a murder case set in Lexington. Then, she gets in... [Read More]
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Much of Dawes' "Passwords" is fascinated with a soothing sense of pop appeal masking a more personal sense of incompleteness. In terms of the pop... [Read More]
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From great museums and restaurants to scenic waterways and gondoliers -- Gondoliers?! -- there's a lot more to Indianapolis than just a thriving sports scene. [Read More]
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Charlotte and Waldemar Mentelle came to early Kentucky from France, befriended Henry Clay, educated the future Mary Todd Lincoln and charmed Lexington's elite. A new... [Read More]
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The annual summer symposium of the prestigious Southern Foodways Alliance will be in Lexington, with a focus on Appalachian authors and foodways, including the humble... [Read More]
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WLEX-TV news anchor Nancy Cox says she is healing from major back surgery and the debilitating pain she was living with is gone, but she... [Read More]
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Parker Millsap's busy summer at Bonnaroo and elsewhere brings him to The Burl in Lexington for a Sunday night show with Joshua Hedley. [Read More]
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Seeing "Live From Here," the public radio show formerly known as "A Prairie Home Companion," in person is an aural and visual treat for omnivorous... [Read More]
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