Daily Archive: December 5, 2012

Dec 05

Investigators identify three killed in Lexington house fire

Investigators have now identified three members of a family killed in a Wednesday morning house fire in Lexington. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Pizza Hut unveils pizza-scented perfume

The perfume bottles will be sent in the mail to more than 100 people in Canada, before Christmas. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Taylor Swift coming to Lexington

Taylor Swift is getting ready to launch a new tour, and she’ll be making a stop in the Bluegrass. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Frankfort hospice staff holds special memorial for co-worker

Marie Garmon was killed in a September crash, and months later her friends and co-workers pause to honor her life with a special memorial. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Restaurant sign in Richmond catches fire

The “A” in an Arby’s sign caught fire Wednesday night. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Signs added for parking in downtown Lexington

With parking a little harder to find in downtown Lexington these days, the city wants to help drivers. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Thieves steal from Lexington church

Thieves stole a van from a Lexington church. Without the van, church members cannot provide transportation to the homeless population they serve. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

10 things to Know for Thursday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about Thursday. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Starts Chilly But Still Finishes Mild

Thursday starts pretty normally with lows in the low 30′s. We’ll see some sun to begin Thursday, but clouds will increase with a small rain chance that increases as the day goes on from south to north. Our highs will be back into the mid 50′s.   Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Dec 05

Task Force Step Closer To Fixing Retirement Fund

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government faces a growing retiree benefit funding problem for its Policemen’s and Firefighters’ Retirement Fund. Today, a Task Force met with a consulting firm to find a plan to solve the retirement fund’s problems. Lexington Mayor Jim Gray said this is not an easy task because you want to give dignified …

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