Daily Archive: March 21, 2012

Mar 21

Speedway officials offer glimpse of traffic improvements

When Kentucky Speedway hosted its first NASCAR Sprint Cup race last summer, the area across the road was farmland. This year, 170 acres of it will be used for parking as speedway officials try to avoid the traffic nightmare that plagued last year’s race. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Road to recovery moving fast in West Liberty

City leaders in West Liberty say the recovery process is moving much faster than they expected, and the City Hall could be back in a matter of months. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Wildcats depart for the Sweet Sixteen

The Wildcats made their way to Atlanta for the Sweet Sixteen Wednesday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Vigil for Chaz Black draws hundreds

Hundreds of people gathered for a vigil for a 16-year-old murder victim. Lexington Police say Chaz Black was shot to death in a Palumbo Drive apartment Sunday. His family and friends came together Wednesday night outside the Charles Young Center asking the community to stop the violence. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Community Holds Vigil for Murder Victim

 A community came together Wednesday to mourn the loss of teenager shot and killed earlier this week. A crowd gathered outside the Charles Young Center Wednesday evening to pay tribute to 16-year-old Chaz Black, who was shot to death on Sunday at the Man o’ War Crossing Apartments on Palumbo Drive. After a prayer and a few …

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Mar 21

Pawn shop operator charged

A Knox County pawn shop owner faces felony charges after police opened an investigation on Feb. 15. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Senate passes bill aimed at stopping copper theft

Scrap yards would be barred from paying cash for copper and other recyclable metals under legislation that cleared the Senate on Wednesday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Shelter holds forum to address concerns

Leaders of Lexington’s Community Inn hosted a public forum Wednesday evening to address concerns from the surrounding neighborhood. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Mar 21

Another Summer Day

Our summerlike weather pattern continues on Thursday.  With a partly sunny sky and just enough humidity that you’ll notice it, our highs will be near 80 again in most places.  We do have an isolated thunderstorm risk during the afternoon, but more so Thursday night. At 11:00 we’re partly cloudy after some evening t-showers and …

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Mar 21

Hundreds Gather To Honor Murdered 16 Year Old

Hundreds of people gathered in Lexington Wednesday night to remember a 16 year old shot and killed Sunday. Police say Chaz Black was shot by 21 year old Deionta Hayes… a young man with a violent criminal history. At the vigil, Chaz’s parents wipe their tears, as friends and family surround them wearing t-shirts with …

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