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Senior Ean Shaw named one of top 50 players in KY// football top 50 players 2017 season | Lexington Herald Leader htt…
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Lexington council unanimously takes first step to move Confederate statues - Lexington Herald Leader
Forget cafeteria pizza. Lexington school district to hire its first top chef. - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Council unanimously approves first step in moving statues | Lexington Herald Leader. So proud of my town!
Report of needle in burger at Lexington McDonald's investigated - Lexington Herald Leader
White nationalist group planning rally in Lexington to oppose moving statues - Lexington Herald Leader
White nationalists planning rally in Lexington over Confederate statues | Lexington Herald Leader
U. of Kentucky wins lawsuit to keep documents secret from Attorney General | Lexington Herald-Leader |
Danville doctor's license suspended for concerns of potential impairment - Lexington Herald Leader
Blacks in Appalachia fight to be seen as a part of coal country | Lexington Herald Leader
Former Herald-Leader photo intern has work selected to appear on a Forever stamp | Lexington Herald Leader
NBA schedule highlights: Ex-Cats debuts, Cousins vs. Kings and more - Lexington Herald Leader
Sam Shepard enjoyed quiet life in Midway, Kentucky | Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Christian football ready to 'take that last step' - Lexington Herald Leader
12 things you need to know as 42000 Lexington kids go back to school - Lexington Herald Leader
Supporters of moving Confederate statues urged to 'go full throttle' at council meeting - Lexington Herald Lead...
Robert E. Lee would have wanted his statue (and others) removed. Here's why. - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington man arrested in stabbing of woman in Boyle County - Lexington Herald Leader
Congrats to Sr RB and SR OL for being named Top 50 by the Lexington Herald Leader !!
France pledges $2.6 billion for Indonesia as Hollande visits - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader Drug overdoses help send more Kentuckians to an early grave, new report…
Lexington man who disrupted now faces new charges ... - Lexington Herald Leader :
'A ribbon of the Bluegrass, threading its way through downtown' - Lexington Herald Leader
Celebrate 100th anniversary of birth of equine royalty - Lexington Herald Leader:…
Quade Green's job? Be the leader of the Kentucky Wildcats next season - Lexington Herald Leader
Unruly passenger in plane video faces new charge of assaulting his husband - Lexington Herald Leader :
Police flex political muscle as workers’ comp bill stalls in Kentucky | Lexington Herald-Leader
Henry's New and Used Firearms opens in Cozad - Lexington Clipper Herald
Bamba, Knox in the middle of another Kentucky-Duke recruiting battle - Lexington Herald Leader
please please stop being so negative😻- tired of your liberalism- get on the trump train Lexington herald- we'd get along then
Congrats to Dylan Simpson for being named an Honorable Mention to the Lexington Herald Leader All-State Boys' Baske…
Way to go Gtown *** Georgetown tables fairness ordinance after lengthy public meeting | Lexington Herald
Except, of course, when some coal jobs have come back It's a start
Lexington Herald Leader Without Willis and Hawkins, UK may be headed for uncharted territory…
Kentucky vs. North Carolina: Postgame reaction from coaches and players - Lexington Herald Leader :
UK faculty defends UK Athletics in Herald-Leader op-ed--UK's unique partnership. It's just done right in Lexington
Paul Prather: The mystery of Christians’ support for Donald Trump is solved | Lexington Herald-Leader
U. of Kentucky faculty gather to highlight importance of immigration | Lexington Herald-Leader |
Controversial U. of Kentucky mural uncovered, this time with context | Lexington Herald-Leader |
- How much bourbon does it take to make a winning Derby burger? - Lexington Herald Leader
Not just Lexington Herald COY but also named Greater Cincinnati Basketball HOF's KY Coach of the Year!!
Lifestyle changes can put you more in control of your health - Lexington Herald Leader
Thank you, Cal, for putting this bloke back on the bench the last five minutes. (Lexington Herald-Leader)
Trump plan cuts funds for Appalachian agency that helps Eastern Kentucky - Lexington Herald Leader
Trump's budget hurts average Kentuckians who voted for him | Lexington Herald-Leader
Blind woman says she and guide dog were kicked off - Lexington Herald Leader :
Congratulations to Lady Cat junior Caitlin Simon as she was named All-State honorable mention by the Lexington Herald Leade…
ⒸⒸ↪ Fox on UK's foul trouble: 'I'm not blaming the officials, man' - Lexington Herald Leader
Thanks to the Lexington Herald-Leader for the great interview with our own Simon Allen and preview of tomorrow...
Former EKU student apologizes to couple's families for 'horrific' murders - Lexington Herald Leader
U. of Kentucky employee fired for allegedly defrauding school of $224K | Lexington Herald-Leader |
2) It was Michael McKay at the Lexington Herald who documented KY AG Andy Beshear's trafficking myths and lies
UK employee fired for allegedly defrauding school of $224000 - Lexington Herald Leader
Chronic homelessness in Lexington cut in half in 2 years, data shows - Lexington Herald Leader
Man dies of injuries after car collides with fire engine on Man o' War - Lexington Herald Leader
Ex-Montgomery superintendent speaks out about revoked certificates | Lexington Herald-Leader
Hillary Clinton promises help for coal miners in Eastern Kentucky - Lexington Herald Leader
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Firefighter trapped in fire engine after collision with car - Lexington Herald Leader
Council votes not to sell street for potential Seattle arena - Lexington Herald Leader
Firefighter trapped in fire truck after collision with car - Lexington Herald Leader
to hold rally in Kentucky this week | Lexington Herald-Leader
Bernie Sanders to rally in Lexington Wednesday - Lexington Herald Leader
Harlan hospital pharmacy accused of illegally dispensing drugs to nurses, staff - Lexington Herald Leader
Most states do bare minimum on fire-foam contamination - Lexington Herald Leader
Gun Runner, Mor Spirit and Creator get in final Derby work - Lexington Herald Leader
Ex-Cat Randall Cobb to graduate from the University of Kentucky - Lexington Herald Leader
Three generations of Mickler family have sold the equine lifestyle - Lexington Herald Leader
Coal jobs continue steep slide in first quarter of 2016 - Lexington Herald Leader
This was awesome! Country Boy Beer honors late on beer can | Lexington Herald-Leader
Education news from Central Kentucky schools - Lexington Herald Leader
Bill Clinton, Bernie Sanders to campaign in Kentucky on Tuesday - Lexington Herald Leader
Kentucky Datebook for the week of May 2 - Lexington Herald Leader
Explain how American Pharaoh wins KY Sportsman of the year by the Lexington Herald. Can a man win racehorse of the year?
Check out today's Lexington Herald. Yes downtown Richmond Farmers Market has the best vendors!!!
Airfare deals pop up as wage limited fare wars - Lexington Herald Leader
Former teacher spearheading new literacy campaign - Lexington Herald Leader
UK basketball notebook: History says Matt Jones will stick with radio - Lexington Herald Leader
Red Mile to open for expanded gambling next month - Lexington Herald Leader: Red Mile to open for expanded gam...
NFL players take to yoga to deal with rugged sport - Lexington Herald Leader
Van Garderen withdraws from Vuelta after crash on 8th stage - Lexington Herald Leader
Hawaii awaits hurricane while still recovering from rain - Lexington Herald Leader
Texan recalls time 70 years ago as POW during WWII - Lexington Herald Leader
Officials: UMass awarded record amount of patents for 2015 - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader Kentucky football commit Kash Daniel dominates in win over Frankfort…
Lexington man arrested in hit-and-run death of bicyclist - Lexington Herald Leader: WKYTLexington man arrested...
Indiana administration expects athletes to behave better - Lexington Herald Leader
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Commerce Lexington names Integrated Engineering as Small Business of the Year - Lexington Herald Leader
Former UK student pleads not guilty to placing camera in women's bathroom on ... - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader UK recruit Kash Daniel stars in Paintsville's shutout of Frankfort…
Lexington teen reported missing is found at Wal-Mart - Lexington Herald Leader: Lexington Herald LeaderLexingt...
Lexington Herald writers would be Pat Forde and Rick Bozich.
Demolished shopping center site in Versailles sells for $1.08 million to ... - Lexington Herald Leader
Clerk asks US Supreme Court to intervene in marriage case - Lexington Herald Leader
NY to require full vaccine series before kids start school - Lexington Herald Leader
Interns gain more than work experience on organic farm - Lexington Clipper Herald
Legal aid group to train lawyers for disability hearings - Lexington Herald Leader
Eaton is back, and takes early lead in decathlon at worlds - Lexington Herald Leader
Rowan County clerk asks Supreme Court to shield her from issuing same-sex ... - Lexington Herald Leader
University of Kentucky says Atlanta-based Coca-Cola is its largest local food ... - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington couple returning home robbed of car, belongings - Lexington Herald Leader
Louisville Music Awards to honor wide range of artists - Lexington Herald Leader
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Next Cats: Where to see UK football recruits this weekend - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington opens its first international center - Lexington Herald Leader: Lexington Herald LeaderLexington ope...
U.S. lags behind Russia and other nations in the Arctic - Lexington Herald Leader
Newark hopes '24 Hours of Peace' will stem violence - Lexington Herald Leader
South Africa reviews role in ICC after Sudan leader visits - Lexington Herald... -
Lexington Herald - Income of Governor Beshear and wife jumps $243,271 in 2014
Lexington Herald - Blackburn inmate apprehended after chase in Laurel County
Lexington Herald - Chris Bailey's forecast: Rain will sweep in a dramatic fall in temperatures
Lexington Herald - Storm could dump 20 inches or more of snow in some Central Kentucky areas, forecasters say
Lexington Herald - Stamping Ground needs new fire chief, assistant chief after abrupt resignations
Lexington Herald - Attorneys for Morgan County judge-executive argue against longer sentence in kickbacks case
Lexington Herald - Joel Pett on woman terrorist, Paris - Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald - Mitch McConnell sworn-in to sixth term, takes over as U.S. Senate majority leader
Lexington Herald - Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to speak at Transy about "green capitalism"
Lexington Herald - Man robbed by two assailants on Winchester Road
Lexington Herald - Fashion Collaborative founder leaves to join Lexsews
TYPHOON NEWS: Pope to comfort Filipino victims of deadly typhoon - Lexington Herald Leader
Congrats to the LUV players on the Lexington Herald-Leader All-City team !...
Professor Farley's Lassiter Conference in today's Lexington Herald-Leader - article by Merlene Davis.
Shire moving 500 jobs to Lexington - Boston Herald
Penguins walking red carpet for 'Madagascar' - Lexington Herald Leader
Cuban doctor sick with Ebola to be flown to Geneva for treatment - Lexington Herald Leader.
Alltech subsidiary recalling feed after 3 horses die in South Florida - Lexington Herald Leader
Violence toward transgender people remembered today - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Letters to the editor, Nov. 20 - No future without sustainable living… Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald - CentrePointe team has only itself to blame for delays
Lexington Herald - Fire destroys home on Balfour Drive - A fire destroyed a home in the 1800 block of Balfour Driv...
Lexington Herald - UK frat boy makes an impression on reality show 'Party Down South'
They'll go pro, make money. BUT, will they ever have as much fun as this Lexington Herald-Leader photo captured Tues?
Vancouver Canucks back on rise after down season - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader Janee Thompson shows how far she's come in Kentucky's rout of Morehead…
Whitesburg to get a legal moonshine distillery - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Workshop designed to help families coping with dementia
Lexington Herald - Vigil held in memory of slain Lexington man
Kentucky hoping to get back on track in NCAA men's soccer opener - Lexington Herald Leader
Merlene Davis: UK Law conference explores dangers of black childhood - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Local retailers have sales, refreshments at holiday open houses
20 NY schools to test out security technology - Lexington Herald Leader -
Lexington Herald - Man accused of securities fraud in Lexington allegedly found investors at church
Lexington Herald - Merlene Davis: University of Kentucky conference to examine state of black childhood in America
Lexington Herald - Whitesburg to get a legal moonshine distillery
Rubio to rally with Senate candidate Bill Cassidy - Lexington Herald Leader
Nuggets try to get back on track after 2-1 trip - Lexington Herald Leader
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Lexington Herald - Jay Box named new president of Kentucky Community and Technical College System
Jailed Venezuelan leader to skip court in protest - Lexington Herald Leader
Cuba medical team doctor diagnosed with Ebola - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Legends set start times for 2015 home games
Lexington Herald-Leader editorial criticizes Judge Berger's gag order in criminal case
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Lexington Herald - Letters to the Editor, Nov. 19 - Send old Ky. slave home far, far away… Click to Continue »
Lexington Herald - Keep Benvenuti in House 88 seat - Rep. Robert Benvenuti, a Republican, is running for a second ...
Lexington Herald - Man shot in leg on Loudon Avenue near Broadway; police search for Monte Carlo
Lexington Herald - The continuing adventures of Lyle Lovett - He may be one of Texas' most high-profile ambassador...
Lexington Herald - 20-year-old woman dies at UK Hospital after Anderson County crash
Lexington Herald - Education news of interest in Central Kentucky.
Lexington Herald - Police: Alcohol may have been a factor in fatal Lee County ATV crash
Police hunt for 2 who carjacked SUV, killed 3 kids - Lexington Herald...
Lexington Herald - Volunteers clean up neighborhood on Douglas Avenue off Georgetown Street
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Lexington Herald - UK football notes: Wide receiver Robinson still working his way out of trouble
Lexington Herald - Plan commission approves expansion plan for Kroger on Leestown Road
Lexington Herald - Salvation Army asking Lexington kids to sell $60,000 of 'LemonAid' for homeless shelter
Lexington Herald - Chris Bailey's weather forecast: Scattered storms for the week ahead
Lexington Herald - State Baseball Tournament: St. X rejoices in win after 33-year drought
Lexington Herald - Sharon Thompson: New Lexington bakery-caf specializes in gluten-free fare
Lexington Herald - UK softball team not in awe entering College World Series
Lexington Herald - Live updates from the 2014 Preakness - Racing writer Alicia Wincze Hughes and columnist John Cl...
Many of us remember Coach Ray Callahan at DHS. Before his tenure, Jim Pickens was Danville's head football coach and baseball coach. His 1958 football team was undefeated (tied Highlands 13-13) and was named "mythical" state champion by the Lexington Herald, "mythical" because there was no playoff system at that time. He left DHS to coach at Bowling Green High School and later coached baseball at Western Kentucky University. I remember him more as the health and p.e. teacher my freshman year. He imparted many pearls of wisdom including that the first thing a girl considers in a prospective suitor is "Are his fingernails clean?" One Friday afternoon he had grown tired of the odor of the filthy gym clothes we had left for days (weeks?) in our lockers and took care of the situation by announcing, "Boys, if cleanliness is next to godliness, some of you are not very near to your maker. Clean the lockers out!" His wife was my eighth grade teacher at Maple Avenue/Toliver, and they lived in Caldwell Manor, ...
Lexington Herald - Morehead State to start residential high school for gifted students
Ok FB friends this CRAZY WILCAT FAN is looking for a Lexington Herald been all over town no luck.anybody have one for me? NO I'm not paying thousands $ for it either lol!!
Lexington Herald - Changing Georgetown Street: Community leaders, police and residents push for new image
Lexington Herald - Carroll County man charged with murder of 2-year-old son
Lexington Herald - Man admitted to drug overdose before Carroll crash that injured 3 others, police say
Lexington Herald - Ky police department giving free drug test kits to parents
Fantastic News About Mountain Parkway Four Lane from Campton to Prestonsburg. $100,000,000(One Hundred in Magoffin County). Want to thank Governor, Speaker of House Stumbo, Representative Combs and OUR REPRESENTATIVE JOHN SHORT. See Article in Lexington Herald and WYMT.
Lexington Herald article on Rupp Arena planned remodel has a nice quote by Sandra Kendall, former UC/HSB student
Lexington Herald - Shorty's Urban Market reopens with new owner
WJAC Johnstown LORETTO, Pa.: Duquesne rallies to knock off St. Francis 78-71 | College ... Lexington Herald Leader Derrick Colter returned the favor with a trey of his own on the next possession for Duquesne and the teams battled down the stretch until a late 8-0 run led to a 4-point led for the...
Here's a Thursday night men's basketball recap from the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Lexington Herald - Letters to the editor Dec. 20, 2013 - Florence Crittenton home will be missedClick to Continue
Lexington Herald - Kelly Flood: Businesses can embrace social responsibility and profit
Lexington Herald - Lexington area moving up - A large grain of salt is in order anytime you're considering the var...
Lexington Herald - Kelly leads Morehead State over South Dakota with career-high 40 points
Lexington Herald - Mark Story: With Kentucky-Duke women poised to fill up Rupp, is it time for UK Hoops to play mo...
Lexington Herald Leader Kentucky road contractor's statement on bid rigging should be released…
Lexington Herald - acoUstiKats made the most of their 'Sing-Off' experience
Lexington Herald - Proceeds from UK hoops mural to fund memorial for gas station murder victim
Lexington Herald - Bill aims to boost treatment for heroin addicts, prison time for dealers
2013 Herald-Leader All-City football teams announced: All-City football teams for Lexington schools for the 2013...
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3 title games set for this weekend in Ark. - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Subway owners indicted on four counts in federal harboring case
Friend -- This is important: Though Alison Grimes remains tied in the battle for the Senate -- McConnell 43 - Grimes 42 -- the Lexington Herald-Leader reports that she’s “seen her negative numbers skyrocket” due to an unending barrage of attacks from Karl Rove and his right-wing friends. Rove's allies have outspent Democrats 2-to-1 to pummel Grimes with revolting attacks. And just this week, a pro-McConnell group spent ANOTHER $382,000 to tear into her chances of winning. Grimes is still in an incredibly strong spot to win. And if she defeats Mitch McConnell and we stop a Republican Senate takeover, the Courier-Journal reports, we “could put the Senate out of the GOP’s reach for years to come.” That's why we absolutely MUST respond to these negative ads and set the record straight. We need another 2,000 supporters to chip in to our Defeat Mitch Campaign in the next 36 hours to close the fundraising gap and defeat McConnell and the GOP -- will you pitch in today? Supporter Record: VN96CBKTYK7 D ...
Lexington Herald - Lexington council member Chris Ford rules out run for state legislature
Oil crews endure even when wind chill drops to -40 - Lexington Herald Leader
Gil LeBreton: Fans' only hope is to start a boycott of Owner Jones - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader Leonard Lawson statement on state bid rigging should be released…
Lexington Herald - Road contractor's 1983 statement to investigators must be released, high court rules
Lexington Herald reporter Sam Youngman's story in Politico is one of the douchiest things I've ever read. 4 pages of undeserved humblebrag
Haiti, Dominican Republic to discuss court ruling - Lexington Herald Leader: Haiti, Dominican Republic to disc...
U. of Kentucky dorm construction progresses | Lexington Herald-Leader |
Lexington Herald - Bradley Cooper embraces challenge of meatier roles
Lexington Herald - Retrospective pays tribute to 'phenomenal' art of the late Robert James Foose
Lexington Herald - Grand jury to hear murder case in slaying of Lexington gas station attendant
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Disfigured man from Somalia thanks Texas doctors - Lexington Herald Leader
3 Ky. military leaders: More preschool would make US more secure - Lexington Herald... - -
Lexington Herald Leader College graduation up in Kentucky, but low-income, minority students…
Lexington Herald - 3 Ky. military leaders: More preschool would make U.S. more secure
Lexington Herald - Letters to editor: Dec. 19 - 'Let them die' seems to be GOP's only health policyClick to Contin...
Lexington Herald - Augusta Julian and John Roush: Regional colleges collaborate on workplace readiness
Manchester pharmacy owner, wife to forfeit home, more than $1 million in cash ... - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Ky. advocates want more improvements to combat human trafficking cases
Video: Opposing coach goes off after loss to Murray State - Lexington Herald Leader
Ruling: Government didn't entrap man in terrorism case - Lexington Herald Leader -
Stoops upbeat about Kentucky's future, class that will lead it - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader UK dorm construction progresses Lexington Herald Leader Construction continues on the new UK Woodland Glen dormitory complex on the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington Ky., Wednesday, December 18, 2013. The new complex, which will consist of 5 buildings, is being...
Lexington Herald Leader Merlene Davis: Special Olympics Kentucky needs your help to stay warm…
John Clay: Louisville getting away to get ready for Kentucky - Lexington Herald Leader: Lexington ...
US to migrants: Crossers won't qualify for reform - Lexington Herald Leader: US to migrants: Crossers won't...
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Miranda Combs WKYT explains how the WKYT and Lexington Herald-Leader projects play out together. Tomorrow starts our second series, 'Project: Freedom Taken.'
Miranda Combs WKYT here: Just finished meeting with the Lexington Herald-Leader for our second joint series, 'Project: Freedom Taken?' You may be shocked to find out how common labor trafficking has become in Kentucky. Our series starts Thursday at 6:00!
BREAKING THE SILENCE: Today's Lexington Herald-Leader featured a letter-to-the-editor from Kentucky chapter member Pam Mangas, calling for Kentucky moms to join our fight for commonsense gun laws. Check it out...
UK trustees committee approves $265 million in bonds for construction projects Lexington Herald Leader The finance committee of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approved the issuance of $265 million in bonds Tuesday to pay for three major campus construction projects. The bonds will...
Well, the Lexington Herald Leader has come up with a bucket list of 50 "must-do" things to do in the it is...More later from me... KENTUCKY'S BUCKET LIST 1. Visit Mammoth Cave. Our state's only national park, it makes you realize that Kentucky's stunning beauty isn't just on the surface. 2. Dip a bourbon bottle into that famous red wax at Maker's Mark in Loretto. The brand is known worldwide, and so is the bottle's dripping red wax. Dip your own on the distillery tour. 3. Take a sip at all the distilleries on the Bourbon Trail. It's the essence of sophistication and American's only native spirit, and 95 percent of it is produced here. 4. Watch Harlan County U.S.A. Barbara Kopple's Oscar-winning 1976 documentary about the "Bloody Harlan" coal miner strikes of the early '70s shows just how dangerous that job used to be (and still is). 5. Read the works of Wendell Berry. The Henry County environmentalist, ruralist, activist and writer is considered one of the nation's greatest minds. 6. Vis ...
For anyone who attended the Anderson County meeting this evening, it seems General Counsel for Boardwalk, is misleading crowds again based on the Lexington Herald-Leader report. Of note, McMahon told a crowd that the pipeline would go 40-60 feet "under each river and stream by means of a horizontal directional drill." However, the Bluegrass Pipeline website states that this method will only be used for 20-30 crossings, and that smaller streams and creeks will be "crossed using the traditional open cut method," and that "this is essentially a PIPELINE BRIDGE BUILT ABOVE THE HIGH WATER MARK." Read it here:
Thank you, Lexington Herald - Leader, for the wonderful article in today's business section:
There is human trafficking in Kentucky. The horror. "Report monitors human trafficking problem in Ky." Bowling Green Daily News. Child protection officials in Kentucky investigated 20 allegations of human trafficking involving 25 children from late June through mid-October, a state report said. The cases included children prostituting themselves for drugs and a guardian offering to sell a child for money or place the child in a prostitution ring, the Lexington Herald-Leader reports. The state Cabinet for Health and Family Services submitted the report to the Legislative Research Commission. The annual report is required by the Human Trafficking Victim's Rights Act, a state law that went into effect this year. "It tells us that Kentucky is unfortunately a state that is rife with human trafficking," said Gretchen Hunt, staff attorney for the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs. Hunt said the new law is raising awareness about trafficking of children by non-caretakers _ boyfriends, pimps and othe ...
I am loving this quote in the Lexington Herald Leader by Calipari - "Everytime I expect them to know something, I am wrong." UNC showed a bit of that to UK fans too eh?
Executive Director Chris Bliss's Bill of Rights Day editorial in the Lexington Herald-Leader:
Anyone know how to search for old obituary notices? I'm looking for one in 1995 from the Lexington Herald Leader.
WOO HOO!! Look what's in the Lexington Herald Leader today:
As I enjoy my weekly Sunday morning hot coffee and read my Sunday paper I became enraged over an article in the Lexington Herald Leader. What part of building a new high school on Winchester Road sounds like a good idea? The traffic on that road is already unbelievable.I can't image what it will be like when you add school traffic, shopping traffic and normal work traffic. What are our LEADERS thinking?
Did anyone happen to read the sports in today's Lexington herald?? Well just to let you know Louisville is in all time wins in the NCAA basketball behind Temple of all schools at Anyone care to guess who the school was. *** skippy it's the University of Kentucky Wildcats! BBN Never gonna catch us
In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Christmas Cherry-Pineapple Punch. This punch was made especially for a photo shoot for the Lexington Herald-Lea...
This is article about Nonesuch that was in the Lexington Herald.
apparently, Wrigley is famous. Again. Check out the Weekender in today's Lexington Herald Leader. Life is tough for a celebrity!!
Wyoming: Bath County’s forgotten town Researched and written by Rob Kiskaden If you drive northeast, just outside of Owingsville, Kentucky’s city limits, you will Kentucky Highway 111, locally known as Wyoming Road. What you won’t see is that town that gave Ky. Hwy. 111 its local namesake. Approximately seven miles from the beginning of Wyoming Road, a traveler will see off to the right a large open field with a barn and a brick house, directly across from the intersection with Ky. Hwy. 1944. At one time, in that field, one of Bath County’s earliest and once thriving settlements sprawled at the mouth of Slate Creek. Wyoming was situated along the banks of the Licking River at the mouth of Slate Creek. The plot of ground was surveyed in 1819 on land belonging to Thomas Deye Owings, for whom Owingsville was named. The following year, the town was platted out, and the Bath County Court appointed Jacob Trumbo, John Trumbo, Isaac Conyers, Archibald Ramsey, William Atchison, and Coleman Smoot as tr ...
This is a news report from the Lexington Herald Leader The case of Kelly Hollon Jr. is the oldest missing-child case in Kentucky. And state police believe even his mother has given up looking for him. "I've tried to get in touch with her for two years," said Lt. Danny Webb of the Kentucky State Police in Hazard. "She used to come in here every day and ask us if we had found Kelly. I think she's in Florida now." On Feb. 12, 1982, Judy Moore fixed breakfast for Kelly, 6. They lived in Larks Lane in Pine Tree Hollow in Knott County, about five miles east of Hindman. School had been canceled because of heavy snow, and Kelly went outside to play in the front yard about 11 a.m. His mother said she watched him several times as he played, the last at 4 p.m. About 6 p.m., Moore looked outside for Kelly. She couldn't find him, so she decided to eat supper and wait for him to return. The rescue squad was called about midnight when Kelly had not returned. At 1:51 a.m., the Knott County Rescue Squad called state polic ...
I don't really feel like I belong here. I was a copy editor for two months in 1988. Two fender-benders and a purse-snatching later, this Kentucky girl decided to go back home! I worked at the Cincy Enquirer and Lexington Herald-Leader before switching careers and becoming a CPA. I returned to journalism for a couple of years as assistant business editor at The Courier-Journal. Now I am the financial controller for a nonprofit agency in Louisville, Ky.
Lexington Herald Leader Malian site says it got threats over AP story Lexington Herald Leader In this Aug. 1, 2013 photo, Mohamed Ould Ali holds up a cell phone showing a picture of his father Ali Ould Kabbad, known as "Vieux Ali," in Bamako, Mali. Vieux Ali went missing on Feb. 14, after being ar...
Awesome article in today's paper. We are on the front page of the Life + Food section. Thank you so much Sharon Thompson and the Lexington Herald-Leader! Tid bits: Parkette Drive In's hot Brown burger takes on 'Rachael Ray Show' contest | Food |...
Kobe still winless after Suns beat Lakers 114-108 Lexington Herald Leader His conditioning improves daily, and he's already leading the Los Angeles Lakers in scoring again. Yet thanks to Goran Dragic and the exciting Phoenix Suns, Kobe still doesn't have a victory. Dragic scored 12 of his 31 points ...
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The Lexington Herald Lexington, KY, United States, Tuesday, December 2, 1902 vol. 32, no. 337, p. 4, col. 4-5 CORONER ORDERS INVESTIGATION CHARGED THAT HEMINGRAY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPOSED WIFE'S SUICIDE — A DISTRESSING CASE. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 1. — (Associated Press) — Owing to charges preferred by J. F. Locke, proprietor of the Knickerbocker Hotel, to the effect that Robert Hemingray, a horseman, and his brother facilitated the suicide of the former's wife by suggestion and by leaving the weapon with which she killed herself where she could find it. Coroner Leland has ordered a thorough investigation of the case. Robert Hemingray admitted to the coroner's jury today that the young woman who killed herself Saturday night and with whom he had been living for several months, was not his wife. Her name, he says, is Miss Charlotta Campiglio, of Cincinnati. The Hemingray brothers deny Locke's assertion emphatically and assert their desire for a thorough investigation of the facts. Robert Hemingr ...
Lexington Herald - 30 things to know about college basketball
Lexington Herald - UK football: Cats look to young receivers to step up
NM jury to decide if death penalty is an option - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Fan hurt in Rupp Arena fall grateful for support from UK team, Big Blue Nation
Lexington Herald Leader Sale of champion Groupie Doll delivers storybook ending for Bradleys…
Lexington Herald Leader Kentucky students might have to use pencil, paper for ACT Inc. test…
Lexington Herald Leader Kentucky lawmakers disagree on which districts they represent Lexington…
Lexington Herald - Bryan Station's Johnson matures into one of state's top QBs
Lexington Herald - Kentucky lawmakers disagree on which districts they represent
Bengals adapt to life without Atkins (Lexington Herald-Leader)
Lexington Herald - Champion Groupie Doll sells to Mandy Pope for $3.1 million
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Ax-wielding woman chases thief from home - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Firefighters free woman trapped under tractor-trailer on Winchester Road
Lexington Herald - Judge to hear requests by Stumbo, state to drop out of sexual harassment lawsuit
Lexington Herald - Restaurants join in GoodGiving challenge - This holiday season, the GoodGiving Guide Challenge ...
Lexington Herald - 13-year-old charged after taking pistol that fires pellets to Whitley Co. school, police say
Final public hearing on privatization of U. of Kentucky's dining services set | Lexington Herald-Leader |
LR airport to hire broker for former Hawker site - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Man charged after shooting near Danville High School while football team practiced
Lexington Herald - Crews work to remove truck wreckage after Interstate 75 crash outside Lexington
Lexington Herald - Chris Bailey's weather forecast: Gusty showers bringing the chill back
Lexington Herald - 9 accused in Lexington of using fake credit cards to buy, smuggle cigarettes
Ever wonder why his column is in the Washington Times and not the Lexington Herald-Leader?
Food labeling initiative trails in all but 4 counties in Washington state (Lexington Herald-Lea...
David Kohl, 25, “…attended St. Patrick's Elementary and graduated from St. Xavier High School. He also attended University of Louisville and University of Kentucky. He was an Eagle Scout, Troop and had a personal commitment to community service. He was a varsity wrestler at St. X, an avid sportsman and outdoorsman, earned two Kentucky Master Angler Awards and has a state and national record for bow fishing. He worked for the Kentucky Alcohol and Beverage Control and the U.S. Department of Justice. He was a recently discharged proud member of the United States Marine Corps, where he was a Lance Corporal who served as a Scout, Forward Observer, Fire Control Officer and was an expert rifleman. His last duty station was at 29 Palms, California” (Courier-Journal, February 21, 2013). And on February 18, 2013, he was found dead at a friend’s house of a heroin overdose. Yet another victim of a growing plague in our nation. “Since we graduated in 2006, this is the ninth friend I’ve buried from [heroin] ...
Lexington Herald - Letters to editor: Nov. 6 - Yeah, it's just a theory, but so is electricityClick to Continue
Lexington Herald - Health care shakeup worth it: insurers providing better coverage
Kentucky Derby winner Orb retired to stud at Claiborne Farm - Lexington Herald Leader
A professor of mine mentioned an article today that highlights some new findings on White-Nose Syndrome. It is featured in the blog for this week and you can find the links to both the academic article and the article from the Lexington Herald Leader (Lexington, KY) on the blog.
Lexington Herald - Missouri's wide receivers pose a big problem for UK football
Lexington Herald - Police charge Morgan County driver in hit-and-run that killed 2 people
Janet Patton interviewed Spencer today for a craft distillery article on Silver Trail for the Lexington Herald-Leader of Lexington Kentucky. Should be out in the next few weeks. Thanks Janet!
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Lexington’s third restaurant week will be next summer – Lexington Herald Leader
Columbia to continue fluoridation of water supply - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Military graduations and promotions of area residents.
Lexington Herald- U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has decided to declare "war" on the conservative groups that disagree with him.
Military graduations and promotions of area residents. - Lexington Herald Leader
New Mexico eyes more trade from Mexican shoppers - Lexington Herald Leader
35 candidates vie to be next Minneapolis mayor - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald - Robsham dispersal spurs big numbers on opening day of Keeneland November sale
Lexington Herald - Lexington officer pursues suspect after being hit by vehicle
Lexington's third restaurant week to be next summer - Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald Leader Official: NJ mall shooter only wanted to harm self Lexington Herald…
Lexington Herald - Kentucky in live-and-learn mode as season opener approaches
Lexington Herald - Man accused of sending inappropriate texts to 14-year-old girl
Lexington Herald-Leader Alert: High school basketball star Trey Lyles from Indianapolis said he is coming to UK next year. Read more at
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