Posted 10:32 PM 6/18/2013
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... The rain finally exits, and it will be in short supply for the rest of the week. We'll take you to the Great American Ballpark... as the family of a slain Bardstown Police officer was honored in front of thousands of Reds fans. Also, remembering a Shelby County teenager who drowned in a creek. And a Kentucky sailor... the first to die in the 9/11 attacks at the Pentagon... is inducted into the Kentucky Demolay Hall of Fame.
Posted 10:33 PM 6/17/2013
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... We'll wrap up a night of cleanup as a slow moving storm downed trees and power lines, and caused more damage and flash flooding in Lexington. Plus, who stole more than 40-tons of fertilizer from Ohio... and left it in Pulaski County? Also, police are trying to figure out who would break into a Lincoln County home and beat, rape and rob an elderly woman.
Posted 10:21 PM 6/14/2013
The family of a murdered Johnson County couple reacts to a surprise guilty plea in the case.
Honoring three lives lost in a medical helicopter crash.
Families are forced from their homes when an apartment catches fire in Lexington.
And "Man of Steel" gives a Kentucky National Guardsman a taste of Hollywood.
Posted 10:33 PM 6/13/2013
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... We'll wrap up a long day of cleanup as afternoon storms downed trees and power lines all over the Bluegrass. Plus, Lexington Police are looking for the man who robbed the Chase Bank on Leestown Road this afternoon. And Coach Stoops is on a big time recruiting roll... landing the # 1 all-purpose running back in the class of 2014.
Posted 10:26 PM 6/12/2013
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... State Emergency officials are keeping a close eye on the sky with the potential for severe weather overnight. A huge storm system is moving across the upper Midwest, and it could eventually bring the potential for some bad weather to Central Kentucky.Chief (More)
Posted 10:38 PM 6/11/2013
Tonight on LEX 18 News at 11... More about what may have caused a school bus crash in Jefferson County that injured about three dozen students. Plus, the aftermath of the tornadoes that hit southern Kentucky counties yesterday. And the latest about a pair of shootings in Lexington... one a drive-by and the other the result of a drug deal.