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Defense plans to invoke controversial “stand your ground’’ law in Portofino case

By Patrice Muhammad LEXINGTON, Ky – In a hearing July 11, the defense did not file an answer nor make any objection to the addition of Portofino restaurant as an…

Jury Awards $256,000 in Malicious Prosecution Case Against State Trooper

Jury Awards $256,000 in Malicious Prosecution Case Against State Trooper

Posted online Monday, Aug. 6, 2017 Updated with photo 8/13/17 3:05p By Patrice K. Muhammad LEXINGTON, KY – Ten years and 10 months after he was falsely arrested by Kentucky State…

Hearing scheduled for lawsuit against Portofino manager accused of battering teenager in downtown Lexington

Hearing scheduled for lawsuit against Portofino manager accused of battering teenager in downtown Lexington

Plaintiff asks Judge to add Portofino restaurant as defendant By Patrice K. Muhammad Posted online July 6, 2017 11:13a LEXINGTON, Ky – A status hearing in the case against Portofino…

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Henry Jackson, dies at 70

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Henry Jackson, dies at 70

Posted online 6/20/17 5:30p Last updated 7/3/17 12:02p KEY NEWSJOURNAL STAFF REPORT LEXINGTON, KY – Henry Jackson, CEO of Millennium Steel had a long-distinguished career as a national and Central Kentucky…

City resumes issuing water shut-off notices for non-payment of LexServ bill

City resumes issuing water shut-off notices for non-payment of LexServ bill

LEXserv billing and Customer Service now in Lexington Posted online June 14, 2017 Updated: July 12, 2017 LEXINGTON – Some Lexington residents have received a white Lexington LexServ City Services…

LexTran Offers Service to Free Friday Flicks and Jacobson Park

LexTran Offers Service to Free Friday Flicks and Jacobson Park

Posted online June 4. 2017 Service to Jacobson Park is now available each weekend, Thursday-Sunday, from May 25th-August 27th. The popular Free Friday Flicks outdoor movie series, which is held…

Mayor appoints Joe Smith to fill 2nd District vacancy after meeting several candidates

Mayor appoints Joe Smith to fill 2nd District vacancy after meeting several candidates

Posted online May 26, 2017 Smith was Chairman of Lexington Catholic Board during lynch threat scandal By Patrice K. Muhammad Mayor Jim Gray appointed local realtor Joe Smith to city…

Planning for Town Branch Commons Continues

Planning for Town Branch Commons Continues

Published online May 24, 2017 8:24p Last updated: May 27, 2017 1:11p Increased minority business participation goals planned Key Conversations Radio Interview with Jeff Fugate, DDA and John Hollinger, Project…

Former FCPS educator in school bus incident speaks exclusively to Key Conversations Radio

Former FCPS educator in school bus incident speaks exclusively to Key Conversations Radio

A jury found the school worker not guilty of assault Key Newsjournal Staff Report Originally posted online May 21, 2017 7:23p Last updated: May 22, 2017 1:30p The mother of…

Attorney Change for Love-Higgins Before Grand Jury Hearing

Attorney Change for Love-Higgins Before Grand Jury Hearing

Originally posted online: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 3:55p By Patrice K. Muhammad Councilwoman Sasha Love Higgins has confirmed that she is “unfortunately” no longer represented by Attorney William L.…

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