Kentucky Proposes Bill to Allow Guns on Public College and University Campuses
Lawmakers in Kentucky are considering a controversial proposal that would allow individuals over the age of 21 to carry guns on college and university campuses. Kentucky lawmakers are considering a new proposal that would allow anyone over the age of 21 to carry a gun on college and university campuses in the state. The current ban on firearms would be lifted under the new proposal. The sponsor of the bill, Rep. Savannah Maddox, argued that banning guns on campus would not deter individuals who are willing to harm others and that it would make innocent victims defenseless. Maddox presented the bill, House Bill 542, to the House Committee on Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection, where it passed along party lines.
7 Famous Celebrities You Didn't Know Were From Lexington
Lexington might not be Hollywood, but it has produced its fair share of celebrities. From actors and actresses to singers and athletes, there are plenty of famous people who hail from Lexington.
Accident involving Semi and Amtrak train December, 27
Editors note: (1:37pm) New details emerging: According to sources “a passenger“ was transported with injury. According to Amtrak officials, Amtrak train 73 was traveling from Raleigh to Charlotte around 9 a.m. when it crashed into a vehicle obstructing the track.
Lexington police face an uphill battle in solving murders, as 40% remain unsolved
LEXINGTON, KY - Lexington, Kentucky, is facing a grim reality as the Lexington Police Department (LPD) is struggling to solve 40% of the murders that have occurred in 2022. Unfortunately, this number is much higher than average for most cities, and it has caused much distress amongst Lexington locals.
Community Comes Together for Bountiful Harvest to Help Families for Thanksgiving
Lexington, South Carolina - On November 22, 2022, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Icehouse Amphitheater, 107 W Main St, Lexington, SC 29072, Serve and Connect will partner with First Community Bank, Town of Lexington, Lexington Sheriff's Department, Cayce Police Department, West Columbia Police Department, Uplift Lexington County, Si Se Puede and the South Carolina Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (DDSN) to host Bountiful Harvest.
Mnemonic device exhibition at Transylvania University explores how memory works
Information in this article is sourced from scientific/medical sites, which are cited in and below the story. Don't you just hate it when you can’t remember something in the moment that you just know you know? It might be the title of a song, somebody's phone number, where you put your keys, someone's name who just spoke to you, or the reason you walked into a room.
The richest person in Lexington, Kentucky
Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky. More than 323,152 people live in Lexington, but none has more money than Tamara Gustavson. The median household income in the city is $58,356, and the median property value in Lexington is $211,400. However, Tamara Gustavson won't know about these numbers.
Teacher inspires students to be helpful: "Making people smile lights up my world"
A teacher who lives in Louisville, Kentucky, has decided to focus on showing kids how much it matters to be kind. And she didn't do it by just telling them about it. Practicing kindness in action is a lot more effective for students, so the teacher set out to offer them a creative way to practice being helpful and supportive every day.
The richest person in Lexington
This month I have been running a series of popular articles looking at the richest people in major cities across the United States. Today we look at the wealthiest person in Lexington. Not only how she made her fortune but also how she has used their wealth to help others.
Central Kentucky Snowstorm Makes Travel Dangerous
If you are waking up in Kentucky today, you are likely waking up underneath a blanket of snow. The National Weather Service reports that roughly 8 to 10 inches fell in areas around Richmond and Lexington. Some travelers were stranded on I-75 for hours as crews attempted to clear the roads of accidents and accumulation.