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Richmond Firefighter Volunteers To Take Crash Victim’s Groceries Home

RICHMOND, Ky. (LEX 18) – As if responding to a crash weren’t enough, one first responder in Madison County decided to go above and beyond. According to a post by KSP’s Robert Purdy, he came upon the crash scene in Richmond. Richmond Fire and Richmond Police were responding. At the scene, a first responder talked to one of the individuals who expressed that he was concerned that the groceries in his trunk were going to go bad. He tried to call his wife unsuccessfully and at that poin…

Making A Difference: ‘The Answer Is Love’: Burgers From Brad

LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) A Lexington family is turning their hurt into an opportunity to spread love and cheeseburgers. The Dunn family lost their son Brad unexpectedly earlier this year. Tuesday would have been his 31st birthday, so the family chose to celebrate in a way that brad would love.  "The answer is love," that was Brad Dunn’s motto. Brad struggled with mental health issues and passed away unexpectedly in April.  "Gave us something to look forward t…

Kentucky Teen Picked To Represent Shriners As Ambassador

LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) Each year Shriners Hospitals For Children selects two national patient ambassadors. This year, one of them is from Kentucky. Lily Silverstein, 18, is part of the Shiners Hospital family. "I’ve been here probably 17 or 18 years now," she told LEX 18. She was born without a Fibula, one of the main bones in the leg. Silverstein had to have her foot amputated at just 7-months-old.  Over the years, she’s returned to Shriners for routines care…

Champions of Change- Youth Arts Council Exhibit Features Three Winners from FCPS

FCPS students were among the top prizewinners in the 2018 Youth Arts Council exhibit, presented during the May 18 Gallery Hop reception at the Living Arts & Science Center.  Jared Reding of Bryan Station High School received first-place honors and a $100 award for his photograph “Desolation,” and Jennifer Lee of Paul Laurence Dunbar High School was runner-up ($75) with her illustration “Portrait of Wolf Man.” Third place ($50) went to Bryan Station…

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