Local/Regional News

The Kentucky Supreme Court To Hear Gay Pride T-shirt Case

Nov 29, 2017
Lexington Pride Fest

The Kentucky Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case regarding a company's refusal to print T-shirts for a gay-pride festival due to religious beliefs.

Removal Of Jefferson Davis Plaque In Kentucky Delayed

Nov 29, 2017
AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley, File

A plaque in the Kentucky Capitol declaring the only president of the Confederacy to be a hero and a patriot will stay until a lawyer with Republican Gov. Matt Bevin's administration can determine if the decision to remove it was legal.

AP File Photo

An investigation of sexual harassment allegations against four Republican lawmakers in Kentucky will cost taxpayers up to $50,000.  The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Legislative Research Commission's contract with a Louisville law firm to investigate the matter is worth up to $50,000 to conduct a human resources investigation and to provide legal advice to the House Republican caucus.

Associated Press

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says a man who tackled him in his yard spoke to him afterward about why he was unhappy, but Paul said no explanation would have justified what he called an unprovoked attack.

The boil water advisory issued Monday for Kentucky American Water customers in the Leestown Road corridor of Lexington has been lifted.

Blue Grass Community Foundation

Tuesday officially kicked off the season of giving here in Central Kentucky. WUKY’s Karyn Czar explains.

UK Campus Police Quickly Apprehend Gunman

Nov 27, 2017
UK Police

UK Police have taken a man into custody after he was caught on campus with a gun. Shortly before 1 p.m. Monday,  a man was seen entering Buell Armory. An employee noticed that it appeared that the man was carrying a gun. UK Police were on the scene within 90 seconds.

amazon.com

A water main break on Leestown Road has reportedly sent employees at Lexington’s Amazon warehouse home on Cyber Monday and led to a boil water advisory for water customers in the area.

Security Tightened At Kentucky High School

Nov 27, 2017
Lex-18

A threat on social media led to increased security at Madison Central High School Monday. The alleged threat came from an Instagram account with the profile “molly._.23” and the name “MCHS School Shooter.”

Sole Survivor Of Serial Killer Speaks In Kentucky This Week

Nov 27, 2017

A former University of Kentucky student who survived an attack from a notorious serial killer is in Kentucky this week to talk about her new memoir.

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