LEX18 News is a US news station affiliated with NBC Network and providing services to the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s east-central area. NBC Lexington KY operates at Virtual CH 18 and works under the name of EW Scripps Company located in Cincinnati. The channel is licensed to Lexington, Kentucky. Channel 18 News Lexington KY uses a brand name LEX 18 News and catchphrase Count on LEX 18.
Lex 18 features Lexington news, investigative journalism, state of the Commonwealth, Covering Kentucky/Nation/World, decision 2020, Positively LEX 18, and latest from CNN. LEX18 weather services include Daily Forecast, LEX18 School Closings, Bill’s Weather 101, Traffic updates, LEX18 Radar, Maxtracker Doppler, Weather Bug Cams, and LEX18 Weather Call. NBC Lexington KY’s community services include News Literacy, Back to School, Best of Bluegrass, Brand Spotlight, Pet of the Day, Calendar of Events, Digital Conversations, and whatnot. The other services include Crime stoppers, Kentucky Derby 147, live sports, contests, BBS Tonight, and Rebound KY.
LEX18 News Live Stream
You can catch Lex 18 News live stream at lex18.com or here at livenewsglobe by clicking the play button below. The stream might take some time to load but once it is on, you can enjoy all your favorite local shows, LEX18 school closings, political shows, LEX18 weather radar, live sports, and syndicated programs without any kind of interruption.
LEX 18 Newscast Team
WLEX Newscast team is working 24 hours a day 7 days a week for the Lexington community and provides the most accurate piece of information. They care about the viewers and want them to realize that the team is always there to support them when something good happens in the city or when something tragic occurs. Every week the news team airs 35.5 hours of locally produced news content including 6 hours during the week, 2.5 hours on weekends, and three hours on Sundays. This station was the second regional news channel in Lexington and the Kentucky state to air local news in HD, in 2007. Dia Davidson, Nancy Cox, Larry Smith, Christiana Ford, Michael Berk, and Sofia Millar are quite popular names in the NBC Lexington KY news squad.
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LEX18 Weather Team
LEX 18 Stormtracker weather team covers the entire climate conditions in Lexington and its suburbs. From precipitation forecast to severe weather, and LEX18 school closings to managing LEX18 Radar, the LEX18 weather team covers all the important aspects of weather in the Lexington community. Not to mention, their hard work and struggle which they make while chasing the storms or other severe weather in town. They keep an eye on the real-time weather as well as upcoming weather conditions with the powerful MaxTracker Doppler. Emily Goodman, Tom Ackerman, Seth Phillips, and Bill Meck make a perfect LEX18 Weather team.
Channel 18 Popular Shows
From Early Today to The Rachel Ray Show, and Lex 18 News at 10 pm to BBN Tonight, viewers can enjoy different shows here via lex18 live stream on Amazon Prime, and other digital platforms.
|The Voice||LEX 18 News at 11:00 p.m.||Debris||A Little Late With Lilly Singh|
|Early Today||Today||LEX 18 News Sunrise 4:30 a.m.||Today With Hoda and Jenna|
|Today III||Best of the Bluegrass||The Ellen DeGeneres Show||Days of Our Lives|
|Inside Edition `||BBN Tonight||NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt`||Kenan|
|New Amsterdam||This Is Us||The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||The Rachael Ray Show|
|The Kelly Clarkson Show||Chicago Med||NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt||Manifest|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||The Blacklist||Dateline NBC||1st Look|
|The Worry-Free Retirement With Tony Walker||LEX 18 Kentucky Derby Coverage||Sunday Today||NBC News Special|
|Kentucky Derby Post Show||Horse Racing||The List||In Search of the Lord’s Way|
About LEX 18
Channel 18 first hit the air as the first TV channel in the Lexington area and 3rd in the entire Kentucky state on 15 March 1955. The first two stations to start operations in Kentucky were WAVE News Lousiville and WHAS News Lousiville. The station was co-possessed with WLEX 1300 AM Radio and took its initial content from all four major networks including CBS, ABC, NBC, and DuMont.
Currently, the network works under the management ofand takes primary programming from NBC and secondary content from MeTV, Court TV, Bounce TV, and QVC2. Its studios are situated on Lexington’s Russel Cave Road, whereas its transmitter lies close to Hamburg Pavillion towards the 10 km east side of downtown Lexington.