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Author and journalist Hunter S. Thompson has been nominated for the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame.

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UK announces revisions to alcohol policy

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President Eli Capilouto announced revisions to the university’s alcohol policy Thursday, saying that UK will “allow consumption on campus under predetermined guidelines and conditions.”

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Crowds dress up, dance at 45th Beaux Arts Ball

Lights flashed and heavy bass pumped out of Buster’s Billiards & Backroom on Saturday night.

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Dog lovers of all kinds will gather at 9 a.m. on Saturday at Thoroughbred Park for a walk sponsored by local volunteer organization PAWS to take a stand against Breed Specific Legislation and discrimination of “bully-breed” dogs.

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New restaurant to replace Ramsey’s

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The High Street and Woodland Avenue neighborhood said farewell to Ramsey’s Diner at the beginning of February, but workers are preparing the building for a new southern-style eatery to be named Chatham’s.

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A person was hit by a train near the post-game gatherings on State Street on Monday night, said Sherelle Roberts, Lexington police spokeswoman. The individual was found alive by the Lexington Fire Department, Roberts said. The Fire Department got to the individual via Burley Avenue, which sits across the tracks from Transcript Avenue near State […]

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Take Back The Night: Community rallies against sexual assault in annual

It was 1975 and the Atlanta Braves were losing.

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Reeling from the loss: Closing of Premiere Home Video leaves customers concerned

Two movie posters featuring “Grown Ups 2” and “Evil Dead,” both movies with 2013 DVD release dates, are all that remain in the window of Premiere Home Video on Euclid Avenue.

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UPDATE: All Monday classes canceled

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UPDATE: All Monday classes canceled

Kentucky is facing the most widespread winter storm of the year, according to WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey.

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Taylor Ann Davis, 22, was driving when she lost control of her truck and hit a utility pole and two trees.

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