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A 20-year-old man was wearing large headphones when he stepped into the path of a train and was fatally injured Wednesday afternoon, Lexington police said. The Fayette Coroner's office identified the victim as Zachariah Means of Lexington. He died in
A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans asphalt paving along Kentucky 630 southeast of Dixon in Webster County today, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. This paving project runs along Kentucky 630 from approximately
State officials ask that you complete a short and confidential online survey at yourturn.transportation.ky.gov ...The survey will help the Cabinet determine the state's most important transportation issues; how the transportation system could be
Two Lexington men were arrested Wednesday in connection with a robbery at a Speedway gas station on Paris Pike in Fayette County...Barber, 21, were charged with robbery, Lexington police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said...Wednesday, two men on foot
Kentuckians are being invited to participate in a survey starting today to help state officials draft transportation priorities over the next two decades. The survey by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will explore issues such as whether the state'
Aug. 19 Western Little League at Cardinal Run Baseball Complex...Aug. 25 16-18-year-olds at Champions Sports in Nicholasville. $75. www.kentuckybaseballclub.com to register. Aug. 26 14-15-year-olds at Champions Sports in Nicholasville. $75. www.
Artfully Yours Studio, Central Kentucky's newest paint-your-own canvas experience, has opened in Richmond...Painting sessions may be scheduled online at ArtfullyYoursStudio.com...The cost for a two-hour class is $35; one-hour, kid-friendly classes
A teen has been killed on a camping trip when a rock fell onto him. TV (http://bit.ly/NQvzWK) in Lexington reported 19-year-old Luke Riddering was camping with friends in the Brooklyn area of Jessamine County when a large rock fell early Saturday,
Anthony James, 28, and Charles Powell, 60, were charged Friday with federal conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, police said in a news release. James and Powell went to Tennessee to obtain prescription pills and brought them back to
Jessamine County Clerk Eva McDaniel has certified that there were more than enough valid signatures on a petition seeking to put the issue on the Nov. 6 general election ballot. On May 1, a committee submitted a petition with 3,285 signatures. Of