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Confederate Statue Removal Leaves New View Of Cheapside

The twin Confederate monuments at the heart of Lexington have been removed. The surprise conclusion to a years-long public debate happened relatively swiftly and without fanfare Tuesday evening.

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Sen. Rand Paul is open to discussions about the restrictions surrounding bump stocks – the device used by the Las Vegas gunman to boost the firing speed of semi-automatic weapons – but he says he needs to study the issue in more detail.

Pedestrian Killed In Hit And Run

Oct 6, 2017

A pedestrian was killed last night in a hit and run accident on Winchester Road.


LexVegFest returns for a second round this weekend, but organizers say the festival centered around plant-based eating elected to try out a new location.

Democrats Targeting Kentucky GOP Congressman In Radio Ad

Oct 5, 2017
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Signaling a renewed push to reclaim a congressional seat in Republican-trending Kentucky, national Democrats are targeting U.S. Rep. Andy Barr in an early radio ad campaign attacking GOP efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.

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As the Keeneland Fall Meet gets under way Friday WUKY Horse Capital Reporter Samantha Lederman introduces us to Kent Sweezey, a Kentucky native hoping to make an impact over the seventeen days of racing.  She recently paid a visit to the up and comer at his home base in Louisville. 

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C-Span is on a 50 capitals tour and this week the high-tech educational broadcasting bus is in the Bluegrass.  WUKY’s Karyn Czar reports.

Kentucky Sports Radio

A college basketball referee filed a federal lawsuit against a Kentucky media company on Tuesday, accusing it of creating conditions that led to the harassment of him and his family after he worked an NCAA Tournament game between Kentucky and North Carolina in March.


This week Dr. Greg talks with Dr. Michael Johansson, a biologist and researcher with the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, about vector-borne diseases and how to avoid them.

Josh James

As a high-stakes Wisconsin gerrymandering case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court this week, one Kentucky group is taking a closer look at the state’s electoral map. Their preliminary findings suggest the commonwealth isn’t among the worst offenders, but some district shapes do raise eyebrows.

Louisville Names Vince Tyra As Acting Athletic Director

Oct 3, 2017

Louisville has named university foundation board member Vince Tyra as acting replacement for athletic director Tom Jurich, who's on paid administrative leave as the school addresses its involvement in a federal bribery investigation of men's basketball recruits.


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