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Key Conversations Radio Podcast: Lexington Native Washington Post Photographer Jahi Chikwendiu

Key Conversations Radio Podcast: Lexington Native Washington Post Photographer Jahi Chikwendiu

Interviewed by Patrice K. Muhammad Jahi is back home and stopped by our Key Conversations Radio studio to chop it up about shooting photos in the aftermath of the police…

Key Conversations Radio Podcast: Lexington’s Minority Business Expo celebrates 15 years!

Key Conversations Radio Podcast: Lexington’s Minority Business Expo celebrates 15 years!

Expo Chairperson Marilyn Clark has the details about the speakers, the business ‘’speed dating’’ also known as the opportunity Exchange and some practical advice for Expo goers. Scheduled speakers include…

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…

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…

Higgins Waives Preliminary Hearing; Opts for Grand Jury

Higgins Waives Preliminary Hearing; Opts for Grand Jury

Published online March 7, 2017 8:28p Updated March 9, 2017 Lexington Councilwoman Sasha Love Higgins has waived her right to a preliminary hearing and the charges against her will be…

First Hearing Held in Lawsuit Against Downtown Restaurant Manager Robinson

First Hearing Held in Lawsuit Against Downtown Restaurant Manager Robinson

Published online Jan. 23, 2017 Story and photos by Patrice K. Muhammad Defense attorneys for Michael Robinson, the Portofino restaurant manager accused of assaulting the teenage daughter of Abigail Gates,…

Bracktown Academy Learning Center Closes After 10 years

Bracktown Academy Learning Center Closes After 10 years

By Patrice K. Muhammad The last day of operation for the Bracktown Academy Learning Center (BALC) was October 7, 2016. The day care and learning center, serving children up to…

Local Police Chief Ignores National and Local Calls for Civilian Review Boards

Local Police Chief Ignores National and Local Calls for Civilian Review Boards

NAACP hosted a Police Press Conference Disguised as a Town Hall Meeting By Patrice K. Muhammad The Lexington NAACP called a town hall meeting on July 28. Hot button topics…

Say Her Name: Justice for Gynnya McMillen & All Black Youth in KY

Say Her Name: Justice for Gynnya McMillen & All Black Youth in KY

Kentucky Commentary  Gynnya McMillen. A child. A young Black girl just 16 years old. Died on January 11th of this year. Alone, locked in a cell. Like so many children…

Kentucky Has New Felony Expungement Opportunity

Kentucky Has New Felony Expungement Opportunity

“Clean Slate Kentucky is a free public service that provides information and training to Kentuckians with…

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